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A Sodium atom has this many valence electrons

What is 1?

100

In binary Ionic naming, this part always comes first

What is the metal or cation?

100

NaCl

What is Sodium Chloride?

100

As you move down a row on the periodic table, the number of energy levels/electron orbitals does this

What is increase?

100

The latin name Taxidea taxus is this Wisconsin state animal

What is the Badger?

200

An ion of oxygen has 8 protons and 10 electrons, resulting in this charge

What is negative 2?

200

In binary Ionic naming, one must do this to the ending of the non-metal/anion

what is change the ending to -ide?

200

CuCl2

What is Copper (II) Chloride?

200

As you move across a row on the periodic table, the atomic radius does this?

What is decrease?

200

Its not really a funny bone, but the bone of your upper arm does have this funny sounding name

What is humerus?

300

A Chlorine atom gains an electron to take on a -1 charge. It now has this many valence electrons

What is 8?

300

O2 follows a special set of naming rules called this.

What are the diatomics/ super 7?

300

Iodine gas

What is I2

300

The non-metals are found in this area on the periodic table

What is the right side/top right

300

OH no! these winters have caused damage to my car, resulting in the formation of Iron (III) Oxide, more commonly referred to as this.

What is rust?

400

The octet rule states an atom wants to complete its valence shell by gaining or losing electrons. This group of elements already has that status.

What are the noble gasses?

400

When naming a cation that could take on various charges based on how many electrons it loses, it is important to use these figures to indicate that in the name

What are roman numerals?

400

Tin (IV) Phosphide

Sn3P4

400

As you move to the left on your periodic table, metallic character _____________

What is increases?

400

The organelle in plants that carries out photosynthesis

What are chloroplasts?

500

For aluminum to become an ion, it likely takes on this charge

What is positive 3?

500

Group 17 are collectively referred to by this name

What are the halogens?

500

Tungsten (VI) Oxide

WO3

500

As you move to the left on the periodic table, ionization energy (energy required to remove an electron) decrease. Therefore elements on the left side are likely to _________ electrons

What is lose?

500

Granite, pumice, and Obsidian are all types of these rocks, which results from the cooling of magma or lava

What are igneous?

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