Ions and Isotopes Quiz

Ions and Isotopes in Atomic Structure

Try this quiz to see if you know the parts of the atom and how they relate to ions and isotopes.
Try this quiz to see if you know the parts of the atom and how they relate to ions and isotopes. Jaap Hart / Getty Images

2. Fe²⁺ and Fe³⁺ are different iron:

3. ¹⁴₆C and ¹²₆C are examples of carbon:

4. ¹⁴₆C has how many protons?

5. Li⁺ and Cu²⁺ are examples of:

6. What is the symbol for an ion which has 8 protons and 10 electrons?

7. What is the nuclear symbol for the isotope of oxygen which has 9 neutrons?

8. Li⁺ has how many electrons? (hint: the atomic number of lithium is 3)

9. How many protons, neutrons, and electrons does ⁷₄Be²⁺ have?

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You need to learn how to identify whether you're dealing with an ion or isotope and how to read and write their symbols in order to move on to chemical formulas and equations. From here, you might want to review an example of how to find the number of protons and neutrons in an isotope and the difference between anions and cations.

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You know the parts of the atom! Being able to identify ions and isotopes of atoms and knowing how to read and write their symbols is an important skill in chemistry. If you're feeling unsure of yourself, you can review how to find the number of protons, neutrons, and electrons in an atom or ion.

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