Isotopes and ionisation

This lesson explores how the internal structure of an atom can change to make isotopes or ions.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.Which of these particles can be found within the nucleus of an atom (select 2)?

Select two (2) boxes

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Q2.How many protons and neutrons are there in Cobalt?

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Q3.Match up the name of the particle to the relative charge on the particle.

Electron

Neutron

Proton

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Q4.Which particle can be found in each part of the atom? Remember, you could chose more than one in each part.

Nucleus

Select two (2) boxes

Shells

Select one (1) boxes

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Q5.Match up the name of the particle to the relative mass on the particle.

Electron

Neutron

Proton

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Q6.Which of these statement best explains why atoms are overall neutral?

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

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Q1.Which of these particles can be found within the nucleus of an atom (select 2)?

Select two (2) boxes

1/6

Q2.How many protons and neutrons are there in Cobalt?

2/6

Q3.Match up the name of the particle to the relative charge on the particle.

Electron

Neutron

Proton

3/6

Q4.Which particle can be found in each part of the atom? Remember, you could chose more than one in each part.

Nucleus

Select two (2) boxes

Shells

Select one (1) boxes

4/6

Q5.Match up the name of the particle to the relative mass on the particle.

Electron

Neutron

Proton

5/6

Q6.Which of these statement best explains why atoms are overall neutral?

6/6

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Isotopes and Ionisation

This quiz checks your learning from the first two lessons in the Atomic Structure topic.

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Q1.Which TWO of these particles can be found within the nucleus of an atom?

Select two (2) boxes

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Q2.How many neutrons are found in this isotope?

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Q3.Which particle within an atom has a negative charge?

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Q4.Which of these best explains an isotope?

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Q5.Which process does this diagram represent?

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Q6.Which of these best describes ionisation?

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Q7.Which processes is being described here: When high frequency light is absorbed, an electron in an atom moves to a higher energy level.

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Isotopes and Ionisation

This quiz checks your learning from the first two lessons in the Atomic Structure topic.

Question 1

Question 2

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Q1.Which TWO of these particles can be found within the nucleus of an atom?

Select two (2) boxes

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Q2.How many neutrons are found in this isotope?

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Q3.Which particle within an atom has a negative charge?

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Q4.Which of these best explains an isotope?

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Q5.Which process does this diagram represent?

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Q6.Which of these best describes ionisation?

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Q7.Which processes is being described here: When high frequency light is absorbed, an electron in an atom moves to a higher energy level.

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Lesson summary: Isotopes and ionisation

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