Ions are atoms which have gained or lost one or more electrons.
Atoms are neutral on the periodic table. Ions consist of more or less electrons than atoms.
Molecules are two or more atoms joined together Ions are atoms that have gained or lost electrons
Yes, Ions are more stable than atoms due to the gain of electrons which gives them a full shell.
it has both atoms as well as ions.
Ions have an electrical charge and atoms do not.
Polyatomic Ions have 2 or more types of atoms in them. Monatomic Ions have ONLY ONE type of atom in them.
ions that have more than one atoms eg: NH4+, SO42- etc.
When neutral atoms (mostly metals) loose one or more electrons they become positively charged ions.
False, all atoms have the same no of electrons and protons. Negative ions have more electrons. Positive ions have fewer electrons.
Monoatomic ions are ions that consist of one atom. While polyatomic ions are ions of 2 or more atoms.
Milk contains both atoms and ions.
because they are negative
Positive ions form when an atom or group of atoms loses one or more electrons.
Atoms that have charge are called ions. Ions can have a positive,neutral, or negative charge. If an ion is in a neutral atom is loses one or more electrons.
Atoms in natural form are always neutral while ions are charged atoms or group of atoms.
Atoms are the simplest form that an element exists. Ions are formed by adding or subtracting electrons by atoms. Atoms gain electrons to form negative ions (anions) and give electrons to form positive ions (cations).
the metal atoms become positively charged as they lose electrons to become ions. there is more protons than electrons hence causing the atom to become more positive.
I would assume you mean (+) ions, (-) ions, and neutral atoms.
Ions form when atoms or groups of atoms lose or gain electrons.
No, an Arrhenius base will contain one or more hydroxide ions. An acid will contain one or more hydrogen atoms.
Think about the question and each of the answers, particularly d) Polyatomic atoms. Even if I had no knowledge of chemistry, (d) would be the obvious answer. The question wants ions with MORE THAN ONE ATOM. Poly=Many/multiple, so 'polyatomic' quite literally means 'more than one atom'.
Some do, they are called polyatomic ions. Other atoms consist of a single atom. They are called monatomic ions.
The loss or gain of one or more electrons.
no sorry :-(