Atoms, Molecule and Compounds

Name: _____________________________________ Period: ____ Date: _________________
POM Module 2: Review
Pure vs. Mixture
Label which of the following is a pure substance and which are mixtures:
Define the following vocab words:
Solubility is ____________________________________________________________________
Saturation is __________________________________________________________________
Super Saturation is _____________________________________________________________
Circle, in each example, which substance is the solvent and underline which substances are the solutes:
Coffee + Water + Sugar + Milk = Latte
Chicken Broth + Carrots + Chicken + Pasta = Chicken Soup
Water + Syrup + CO2 gas = Soda
Separating Substances
List 3 ways to separate a solid from a liquid:
_________________________ __________________________ ________________________
How does chromatography separate solutes?
How would salt affect the temperature of boiling water? _______________________________
If Water and Ethanol are mixed the solutions’ mass (increases/decreases/stays constant) and its volume
(increases/decreases/stays constant).
Solubility Vocabulary
1. ___________ when a substance does not dissolve in a solvent.
2. ___________ a substance made of more than one element or compound mixed
together, but not chemically attached.
3. ___________ a property is consistent through a substance.
4. ___________ the point in which a solution no longer dissolves more solute.
5. ___________ the property is seen through.
6. ___________ the substance solution which dissolves the solute.
7. ___________ the amount of solute that is dissolved in a solvent.
8. ___________ a substance in a solution that dissolves the solvent.
9. ___________ a homogeneous mixture of a solvent and solute.
10. __________ when a solute is mixed with solvent to form a solution.
11. __________ when an element or compound made a type of substance.
12. __________ a mixture in which more than one substance clearly.
Word Bank
Name ______________________________________ Date _________________________ Period _________
Periodic Table Scavenger Hunt
Directions: Use the periodic table in your planner on page 125, in your Sciencesaurus book on page 265, or in
your journal to answer the following questions.
1. Label the information provided for the element of Carbon.
a.) _____________________
b.) _____________________
c.) _____________________
d.) _____________________
2. What is the chemical symbol for Tin? _________
3. What is the atomic number for Tantalum? _________
4. What is the atomic mass of Krypton? _________
5. Which element has 20 protons in its nucleus? ______________________
6. Which element is in group 13 and period 4? _________
7. What is the chemical symbol for lead? _________
8. In which group and period is Cesium located? ________
9. List the first 3 elements found in group 11. __________________________________________________
10. What is the atomic mass of Aluminum? _________
11. Which element possesses 84 electrons? _______________________
12. What is the name of the element with the chemical symbol of Fr? _____________________
13. What is the name of the element with the chemical symbol of Hg? _____________________
14. What is the atomic number of Manganese? _________
15. Who do you think element number 99 is named after? _______________________________________
16. A compound is made of two or more elements joined together. The subscript (small number) written after
each element symbol represents the number of atoms that are present in each molecule of that compound. If
no number is written after the element symbol then you can assume that only one atom is needed. List the
names of the elements in each of the following compounds and the number of atoms present in each
a. Water: H2O ____________________________________________________________________
b. Table salt: NaCl ________________________________________________________________
c. Baking soda: NaHCO3 ___________________________________________________________
d. Table sugar: C12H22O11 ___________________________________________________________
Metals vs. Non-Metals:
1. List as many characteristic properties as you can think of that metal elements have in common, be
specific. (list at least 6)
2. List as many characteristic properties as you can think of that non-metal elements have in common, be
specific. (list at least 6)
Family Review: Match each item with the correct chemical family below. Write the answer in the space
a. Alkaline Earth Metals
e. Alkali Metals
b. Halogens
f. Boron Group
c. Noble Gases
g. Oxygen Group
Nitrogen Group
d. Transition Metals
Carbon Group
______ 1. These elements are extremely reactive, soft metals (with one exception).
______ 2. Each of these elements has 5 valence electrons.
______ 3. These elements are highly reactive gases and solids that form salts.
______ 4. This group contains many man-made and many radioactive elements.
______ 5. These elements are reactive metals, less reactive than Family #1 though.
______ 6. These gases are odorless, colorless and very stable.
______ 7. These metals are shiny, metallic and good conductors of heat and electricity.
Atoms, Molecule and Compounds:
8. Use what you know about atomic structure to complete the table below.
# of Protons
# of Electrons
9. Find Fluorine on your periodic table then answer the following.
a. Group number? ______
b. Period number? ______
c. Family Name? _________________
d. Atomic Number? ______
e. Atomic Mass? ______
f. How many protons? ______
g. How many electrons? ______
10. Explain the difference between an element and a
compound, give an example of each
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