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EESA06H3 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Silicate Minerals, Chrysotile, Atomic Number


Department
Environmental Science
Course Code
EESA06H3
Professor
Nick Eyles
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Question 1 4 points Save
Please choose appropriate words from the drop down list to
fill in the blanks about the following minerals and elements:
Halite is a/an .
Helium is a/an .
Calcium is a/an .
KAlSi3O8 is a/an .
Question 2 6 points Save
Please order the following from smallest to largest.
atom
atomic arrangement/crystalline structure
mineral
protons and neutrons
nucleus
rock
Question 3 5 points Save
Please select the one or more statements below which
define a mineral.
1.naturally occurring
2.crystalline substance
3.physically distinctive
4.made up of silicate tetrahedrons
5.chemically distinctive
6.inorganic
7.must be a silicate
8.composed of small rocks
Question 4 4 points Save
Please match the following terms with the BEST
definition below:
atomic
number
atomic mass
number
A.an electrically charged
atom
B.a 'species' of atom,
defined by the number of
protons in its nucleus
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isotopes
element
atomic
weight
ion
anion
cation
C.atoms containing
different numbers of
neutrons but the same
number of protons
D. the weight of an average
atom of an element,
given in atomic mass
units
E.a negatively charged ion
F.a positively charged ion
G. the number of protons in
each atom
H. the total number of
neutrons and protons in
an atom
Question 5 2 points Save
There are approximately different minerals
in the world. There are about different
atoms.
Question 6 2 points Save
Which type of bonding is exhibited by the following?:
NaCl
diamond
Question 7 10 points Save
Please match up each of the following diagrams with their
silicate structure and a sample mineral of that type
This diagram
is from the [i]
silicate
structure.
A sample
mineral is [j].
This diagram
A.carbonate
B.isolated
C.quartz
D.single-chain
E. framework
F.muscovite
G.olivine
H.double-chain
I. sheet
J.sulphate
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