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Atomic structure and bonding
I can name group 1, 7 and 0 of the periodic table.
I can state the names of the seven diatomic elements.
I can label a diagram of an atom.
I can state the mass, charge and position of a proton, neutron and electron
within an atom.
I can state the definition of an isotope.
I can state the meaning of atomic number and mass number.
I can use the atomic number and mass number to determine the number of
protons, neutrons and electrons within an atom.
I can use the data book to write the electronic arrangement of the first 20
elements.
I can draw diagrams showing the outer electrons in an element.
I can draw diagrams showing covalent molecules.
I can explain the meaning of the term ‘ion’.
I can describe how ionic bonds are formed.
I can describe some properties of ionic compounds.
I can draw the apparatus required to test for conductivity.
I can use valencies to write chemical formula.
I can write word and chemical equations