GCSE Chemistry unit 1

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GCSE Chemistry unit 1
1 Atom
1.1 Smallest part of an element that can be recognised as that element.
2 Element
2.1 Contains only one type of atom
2.2 Over 100 elements on the periodic table
2.2.1 Mostly Metals
2.2.2 They are split into groups
2.2.2.1 Group 0 is the noble gasses
2.2.2.2 Group 1 is the alkaline metals
2.2.2.3 Group 2 is the Earth Metals
3 Compound
3.1 2 or more elements that have been chemically combined or joined
4 Bonding
4.1 Ionic
4.1.1 Only occurs when a metal is chemically combined with a non metal
4.1.1.1 one of the elements takes an electron from another
4.2 Covalent
4.2.1 Only occurs when a non metal chemically combines non metal
4.2.1.1 Sharing of an electron
4.3 Metallic
4.3.1 Is when the inside of a metal combines with another particle inside of the metal
5 NaCl
5.1 Ionicly Bonded
6 CH4
6.1 Covalenty Bonded
7 Cu
7.1 Metalic Bonding
8 H2O
8.1 Covalently Bonded
9 O2
9.1 Covalently Bonded
10 When atoms bond covalently they share an electron
10.1 This is because they need to complete their outer shells
11 When atoms bond ionicly one atom takes an electron from another atom
11.1 Again because both the atoms want to complete their outer shells
12 Atoms
12.1 Proton
12.1.1 Positively charged
12.2 Neutron
12.2.1 Neutrally charged
12.3 Electron
12.3.1 Negatively charged
12.4 An atom that has the same number of electrons and protons does not have a charge
12.4.1 Atoms that have different numbers of electrons and protons are ions

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