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Weekly Warm-Up November 9 -13 , 2015
Monday: November 9, 2015 Copy and answer the following questions. Justify your response. 1. Which of the following groups contain three elements with stable electron configurations? a. lithium, krypton, argon c. xenon, neon, boron b. argon, neon, barium d. helium, xenon, neon 2. Typically, atoms gain or lose electrons to achieve a. an exchange of energy. b. ionization. c. a stable electron configuration. d. vaporization.
Tuesday: November 10, 2015 Read answer the question below. Justify your response. Study the electron dot diagrams for lithium, carbon, fluorine, and neon in Figure 6 -1. Choose the statement that correctly identifies the most stable of the elements. a. Lithium is the most stable element because it has to lose only one electron to achieve a stable configuration. b. Carbon is the most stable element because it can form four bonds. c. Fluorine is the most stable element because it has to gain only one electron to achieve a stable configuration. d. Neon is the most stable element because its highest occupied energy level is filled.
Wednesday: November 11, 2015 Copy and answer each question. Justify your responses. 1. The formation of an ionic bond involves the a. transfer of electrons. c. transfer of protons. b. transfer of neutrons. d. sharing of electrons. 2. When two atoms of the same nonmetal react, they often form a(an) a. ionic bond. c. diatomic molecule. b. polyatomic ion. d. polar molecule.
Thursday: November 12, 2015 Review the diagram below, answer the questions that follow.
Friday: November 13, 2015 Free Write Friday!!! Let’s Go Trojans Remember to write at least 5 sentences.
Task 2 Assignment • Use what you have learned about atoms and their components above to write a paragraph that explains what happens from picture 1 to picture 2. Be sure to include no less than 5 complete sentences that detail your thoughts.
Use the pun to help you identify the element. Give the element’s name and symbol. 1. What you did to ripped jeans 2. Drive away in style 3. What a cloud does 4. What you do to flowers in the spring 5. What you do in a play
Use a periodic table and your knowledge of the element families to identify each element by name. 1. I am a member of the Carbon family with 14 electrons. 2. I am a member of the Alkaline Earth family and would have 6 energy levels. 3. I am a halide that is a liquid at room temperature. 4. I am a transition metal with 79 protons. 5. I am a member of the Alkali Metal family with 20 neutrons.
The answers are … 1. I am a member of the Carbon family with 14 electrons. Silicon 2. I am a member of the Alkaline Earth family and would have 6 energy levels. Barium 3. I am a halide that is a liquid at room temperature. Bromine 4. I am a transition metal with 79 protons. Gold 5. I am a member of the Alkali Metal family with 20 neutrons. Potassium