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What is an atom that has gained/lost electrons known as?
Which noble gas is used in balloons?
What 'i' means unable to dissolve?
What instrument is used to seperate immiscible liquids?
Which group are the alkali metals in?
Who created a periodic table based on the Law of Octaves?
What type of bond will two non-metals form?
What is the charge on an electron?
Who created a periodic table with elements arranged by increasing atomic number?
What is the charge on a proton?
What metal catalyst is used in the Haber process?
What method is used to seperate mixtures of coloured compounds?
What type of ions are metals likely to form?
Ionic compounds conduct electricity when they are in what two states?
What type of reaction transfers energy to the surrounding?
What type of bond will a metal and a non-metal form?
Which group of elements form coloured vapours?
What would be the electron arrangement of potassium, with 19 electrons? Seperate numbers with full-stops.
What type of ions are non-metals likely to form?
Do simple covalent compounds usually conduct electricity?
What factor can be increased so there are more particles to react?
What is the reaction called where at least one insoluble solid is formed?
Are the bonds between molecules in covalent compounds weak or strong?
Why can barium sulphate safely be given to patients even though it is toxic?
How many electrons can go in the second shell?
Which one has a lower melting point, oxygen or nitrogen?
What is the name given to Group 0 elements which means they are unreactive?
What are structurally different forms of carbon known as?
What subatomic particle does graphite have free that make it able to conduct electricity?
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How many electrons can go in the first shell?
What colour will sodium give in a flame test?
What factor can be increased so that particles have more energy and collide more often?
What is the name given to the structure of an ionic compound?
Which noble gas is used in advertising signs?
What is the mass of an electron?
Are the bonds between atoms in covalent compounds weak or strong?
What 'm' means able to dissolve?
What type of reaction absorbs energy from the surroundings?
How many electrons do alkali metals lose in an ionic bond?
What colour will calcium give in a flame test?
What colour will barium give in a flame test?
Which halogen is used to kill bacteria?
What is the name given to a device whose mass stays the same during a reaction byt accelerates the reaction?
What is the charge on a neutron?
Which noble gas is used in light bulbs?
When lithium and water react, what products are formed? Put a '+' between the two products.
Does the reactivity of Group 1 metals increase or decrease down the group?
What is the number of shells the same number as?
Are fluorine and chlorine gases or liquids at room temperature?
Which halogen is a brown liquid at room temperature?
Which group are the halogens in?
Is diamond a conductor or an insulator?
Do simple covalent compounds have low or high melting and boiling points?
What is the number of protons and neutrons called?
What is the number of electrons in the last shell the same number as?
Which set of metals form coloured compunds?
What is the number of protons called?

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