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Learning Standards
 Describe the relative charges, masses, and
locations of the protons, neutrons, and electrons
in an atom of an element.
 Given the number and arrangement of
electrons in the outermost shell of an atom,
predict the chemical properties of the
element.
 Given the number of protons, identify the
element using a Periodic Table.
 Explain the arrangement of the elements on
the Periodic Table, including the significant
relationships among elements in a given
column or row.
 Explain how ions and ionic bonds are
formed (e.g., sodium atoms lose an electron
and chlorine atoms gain an electron, then the
charged ions are attracted to each other and
form bonds).
 Explain the meaning of a chemical formula
for an ionic array (e.g., NaCl).
 Give examples to illustrate that molecules
are groups of two or more atoms bonded
together (e.g., a molecule of water is formed
when one oxygen atom shares electrons with
two hydrogen atoms).
 Explain the meaning of a chemical formula
for a molecule (e.g., CH4 or H2O).*a
 Demonstrate how carbon atoms form four
covalent bonds to make large molecules.
Identify the functions of these molecules
(e.g., plant and animal tissue, polymers,
sources of food and nutrition, fossil fuels).
 Describe at least three chemical reactions of
particular importance to humans (e.g.,
burning of fossil fuels, photosynthesis,
rusting of metals).
 Use a chemical equation to illustrate how
the atoms in molecules are arranged before
and after a reaction.
 Give examples of chemical reactions that
either release or acquire energy and result in
the formation of new substances (e.g.,
burning of fossil fuels releases large amounts
of energy in the form of heat).
 Predict the effect of a change in temperature,
surface area, or pressure on the rate of a
given physical or chemical change.*b
 Distinguish between nuclear fusion and
nuclear fission by describing how each
process transforms elements present before
the reaction into elements present after the
reaction.
Vocabulary
Atom
Proton
Atomic number
Isotope
Covalent bond
Ionic bond
Reactant
Element
Molecule
Acid
Buffer
Monomers
Polymers
Monosaccharide
Amino acid
Steroid
Enzyme
Hydrogen bond
Dehydration reaction
Organic compound