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Unit 3 Biological Carbon Cycle - Carbon Basics

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  • Q1

    Anything that has volume and mass is known as

    energy

    molecules

    compounds

    matter

    60s
  • Q2

    What is the atomic mass of the element in the square?

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    6

    18

    12.01

    60s
  • Q3

    Using the element provided, determine the number of electrons in Carbon: 

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    12.01

    6

    18

    60s
  • Q4

    What is the atomic number of the element in the square?

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    12.01

    18

    6

    60s
  • Q5

    Using the element provided, determine the number of protons in Carbon: 

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    12.01

    18

    6

    60s
  • Q6

    What are the major elements of life?

    Carbon, Hydrogen, Neon Oxygen, Potassium

    Helium, Carbon, Calcium, Nitrogen, Oxygen

    Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Calcium, Oxygen, Phosphorus

    Nitrogen, Carbon, Phosphorus, Hydrogen, Oxygen

    60s
  • Q7

    What properties of carbon explain carbon’s ability to form different large and complex structures?

    Carbon has 4 valence electrons which enable it to form ionic bonds with other elements and carbon can bond to other elements to form a large variety of complex structures.

    Carbon has 2 valence electrons which enable it to form covalent bonds with other elements and carbon can bond to itself to form a small variety of complex structures.

    Carbon has 4 sets of valence electrons which enable it to form covalent bonds with other elements and carbon can bond to itself to form a large variety of complex structures.

    Carbon has 4 valence electrons which enable it to form covalent bonds with other elements and carbon can bond to itself to form a large variety of complex structures.

    120s
  • Q8

    What are the functions of the four macromolecules?

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    300s
  • Q9

    Franky Frank is going to run a marathon race on Saturday. What would be the best thing for Franky Frank to eat to give him energy before the race?

    carbohydrate, pasta

    protein, steak

    lipid, butter

    carbohydrate, cookies

    60s
  • Q10

    Large molecules that form when smaller molecules join

    micromolecules

    atoms

    elements

    macromolecules

    60s
  • Q11

    Carbon is

    the simples molecules of life.

    the basic element that is part of all organic compounds.

    the basic element of all molecules

    60s
  • Q12

    What is the main capacity of Carbon?

    To make short compound molecules.

    To make stable bonds with other carbon atoms .

    To make unstable bonds with other carbon atoms.

    60s
  • Q13

    How many valence electrons does carbon have?

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    6

    4

    2

    12

    60s
  • Q14

    How many bonds can carbon form?

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    2

    12

    6

    4

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  • Q15

    What subatomic particle found in the nucleus at an atom with a neutral charge?

    neutron

    electron

    proton

    60s

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