What do the chemical properties of atoms depend on?
Chemical properties depend upon electronic configuration of
atom. It depends on the type of element.
The chemical properties depends on the valence electrons and the
atomic number (number of protons).
A physical property doesn't depend strongly on the ratio of chemicals. Nuclear properties have to do with the nucleus of atoms. Chemical properties depend on the specific ratio of the chemicals involved. Burning is a chemical event. Two hydrogens are consumed for every one of oxygen in the creation of water.
The chemical properties of atoms are significantly changed when they form compounds. When elements combine to form compounds it is called a chemical reaction. The compound is then a collection of molecules and each molecule has in it atoms from the elements used in the formation. The atoms in the molecule are still the same atoms as one started with, but the arrangement of the electrons in the atoms has changed. It is the electronic…
ISOTOPES= SAME element with different number of ""NEUTRONS"" *chemical properties ONLY depend on the outer arrangement of electrons and the way they are shared with other atoms ---->so the change in # of neutrons wouldn't affect its chemical properties *physical properties ( boiling and melting points, density...) would definitely be affected by any change in your element.
A substance that is formed from atoms with a characteristic set of physical and chemical properties is called what?
How would atoms of the same element be different and would these atoms have different chemical properties?
What if a large atom bonds with a small atom will the new molecule be the same as a large atom or the same as a small atom or different from both atoms?
In any molecule containing a chemical bond between two atoms, irrespective of the relative sizes of the two bonded atoms, the chemical properties of the molecule will be different from the chemical properties of either bonded atom in isolation. the mixture is physical, properties from both elements get used. But if it is chemical, properties are totally new
Chemical properties depend on electron configuration. By either gaining or losing electrons, an atom changes its electron configuration and therefore its chemical properties also change.The atoms of an element will react to achieve a noble-gas configuration. The atoms will either gain or lose electrons to achieve such a configuration.