Atoms, Protons, Neutrons & Electrons quiz

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This quiz tests your knowledge of Atoms, Protons, Neutrons and Electrons
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Question 1

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How is an electron charged?
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  • Neutrally
  • Negatively
  • Positively

Question 2

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Who discovered the electron?
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  • JJ Thompson
  • Friedrich Hund
  • James Chadwick

Question 3

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How many electrons can the P orbital hold?
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  • 4
  • 2
  • 6
  • There is no limit

Question 4

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The Aufbau principle states that:
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  • Electrons must fill orbitals starting with the lowest energy level available
  • If there are two electrons in the same orbital, they must spin in opposite directions
  • Electrons must have a negative charge

Question 5

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How is a proton charged?
Answer
  • Positively
  • Neutrally
  • Negatively

Question 6

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Which is the lightest of the following?
Answer
  • An electron
  • A proton
  • A neutron

Question 7

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If an atom is negatively charged it is called:
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  • A cation
  • An anion
  • An ion

Question 8

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The atomic number of an atom is:
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  • The amount of electrons and neutrons in the atom
  • The amount of protons in the atom
  • The charge on the atom

Question 9

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The modern periodic table is arranged by:
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  • Atomic number
  • Name
  • Atomic Weight

Question 10

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Where are the neutrons in the atom?
Answer
  • Orbiting the nucleus
  • Floating around randomly
  • In the nucleus
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