I can describe the structure of an atom showing the position of protons, neutrons and electrons.
I can define an atom?
I can explain that the number of protons is the same as the number of electrons.
I can explain the meaning of atomic number.
I can explain the meaning of atomic mass number.
I can describe an elements as metal or non-metal just by looking at the periodic table.
I can describe how Mendeleev organised the periodic table and how the modern table is arranged.
I can describe the structure of an atom showing the position of protons, neutrons and electrons. (Picture)
How is the modern periodic table arranged. (Picture)
I can describe how positive and negative ions are formed.
I can explain why an atom might want to loose or gain electrons.
I can explain that ionic bonding is an electrostatic attraction between oppositely charged particles.
I can say which ions are present in an ion due to its name.
I can write the charge for an ion
What is a cation and what is an anion?
I can say which ions are present in an compound ion due to its name.
I can workout the formulation of a compound if I know the name.
I know the ionic substance properties
I can use the solubility rules to decide if an ionic substance is soluble.
I can list the flame colours of sodium, potassium, calcium and copper.
I can list the mass of protons, neutrons and electrons
I can explain the meaning of an isotope.
I can describe how Madeleev predicted the existence and properties of unknown elements by looking at the properties of known elements.
I can write the electron arrangement of an atom using the periodic table and the 2.8.8 system.
I can write the electronic structure of an ion.
I can explain why isotopes exist.
I can use the name of an ionic compound to write it's formuale
I can write a formula equation for a precipitation reaction using the correct state symbols.
I can describe an experiment to create an insoluble salt.
I can test for carbonates.
I can test for sulphates.
I can test for chlorides.
I can state the protons and neutrons in an atom given the periodic table.
I can calculate the relative atomic mass of an element given the abundance of each isotope.
I can predict the properties of an element given the properties of another element with the same number of electrons in the outer shell.
I know which groups are most reactive
I can predict whether an element will form a positive or negative ion and how many charges it would carry.
I can explain why ionic substances conduct electricity when dissolved or in molten
I can suggest suitable reactants to make an insoluble salt.
I can explain the use of barium sulfate in X-rays.
I can explain how scientists use emission spectroscopy.