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Atoms, Molecules, and Ions
The Atoms, Molecules, and Ions topic covers the basics of the composition of atoms, including subatomic particles, elements, allotropes and isotopes. Periodic placement and trends, molar mass, molecular formulas and ions are also included.

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General Chemistry Collection
Question Title
Number of Variations
AllotropesOfElement
4
AtomicRatio
10
BinaryMolcFromImage
8
CalcAtmWeight
10
CalcMolarMass
8
CompareElements
10
CompareParticles
10
CompFromNanoPic
9
DescrSubatmParts
8
ElementGroup
10
ElementSpelling
10
ElemtAndSubatmParts
10
GeneralPeriodicTable
12
GeneralSubatmParts
7
IonCharge
12
IonChargeSubatmParts
10
IonicFormula
10
IonicName
10
IonicOrMolecular
10
IonicProperties
8
IonType
8
MassInAlloy
10
MolcFormulaTypes
8
NameFromFormula
16
NameIonFromFormula
16
NameIsotope
10
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