Chemistry: (b) Chemical/physical changes, atomic/ionic size and ionization energy

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Chemistry: (b) Chemical/physical changes, atomic/ionic size and ionization energy
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  1. What is a chemical property?
    characteristic of a property that indicates if it can undergo a certain chemical change
  2. What are two components of a chemical change?
    • alters composition
    • a new substance is formed
  3. What are five evidences of a chemical change?
    • change in odor
    • change in color
    • gas released
    • light/heat released/absorbed
    • formation of precipitate
  4. What are four examples of a chemical change?
    • rotting
    • rusting
    • burning
    • cooking food
  5. What are two examples of a chemical property?
    • flammability
    • reactivity with acids
  6. What are three examples of phyical properties?
    • density
    • color
    • melting point
  7. What is a phyical property?
    characteristic of a substance that can be observed without changing the substance itself
  8. What are two components of a physical change?
    • doesnt change composition
    • original substance can be recovered
  9. What are three examples of physical changes?
    • tearing
    • crushing
    • melting
  10. How is atomic size measured?
    by determining distance between nuclei of two atoms pushed together and dividing that distance by two to get the atomic radius
  11. As atoms go down a group, do they increase or decrease? Why?
    They increase becasue there are higher energy levels.
  12. As atoms go across a period do they increase/decrease? Why?
    They decrease because as the number of electrons and protons increase, the attraction between the two increases and teh electrons are pulled in towards the nucleus.
  13. Is an atom or its cation smaller? Why?
    A cation is smaller because it has more protons vs electrons so the protons pull the electrons closer to them
  14. Is an atom or its anion smaller? Why?
    An atom would be smaller because there are more electrons than protons in an anion, so the electrons would pull away from the protons.
  15. What is ionization energy?
    the energy needed to remove an electron from an atom
  16. Does ionization energy increase or decrease going down a group? Why?
    Ionization energy decreases going down a group because there is less attraction owing to the distance between protons and electrons.
  17. Does ionization energy increase or decrease going across a period?
    It increases because there is a greater attraction between protons and electrons as the space between p+ and e- decreases
  18. What is one exception in the rule about ionization energy and periods?
    Atoms closer to the noble gases are less stable, so ionization energy is less for them.

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