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TEST BANK FOR RADIOLOGIC SCIENCE FOR TECHNOLOGISTS10TH EDITION BY BUSHONG

Chapter 2: The Structure of Matter Test Bank MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. The term “atom” was first used by the . a. Ethiopians b. British c. Greeks d. Romans ANS: C The term “atom” was first used by the Greeks DIF: Moderate REF: page 27 OBJ: Relate the history of the term “atom.” 2. The first person to describe an element as being composed of identical atoms was . a. J. J. Thomson b. John Dalton c. Dmitri Mendeleev d. Niels Bohr ANS: B The first person to describe an element as being composed of identical atoms was John Dalton. DIF: Moderate REF: pageN2U7RSINGTB.COM OBJ: Name the first person to describe an element as being composed of identical atoms. 3. The smallest particle that has all the properties of an element is a(n) . a. neutron b. proton c. electron d. atom ANS: D The smallest particle that has all the properties of an element is an atom. DIF: Moderate REF: page 28 OBJ: Define the atom. 4. The periodic table of the elements was developed by in the late 19th century. a. Bohr b. Rutherford c. Mendeleev d. Roentgen ANS: C The Periodic Table was developed by Mendeleev. DIF: Moderate REF: page 28 OBJ: Name the person who developed the periodic table of the elements.5. Rutherford’s experiments in 1911 showed that the atom was composed of . a. electrons with well-defined orbits b. a nucleus with an electron cloud c. electrified plum pudding d. a ball of hooks and eyes ANS: C Rutherford’s experiments in 1911 showed that the atom was composed of a nucleus with an electron cloud. DIF: Moderate REF: page 29 OBJ: Relate the history of the Rutherford model of the atom. 6. A positively charged nucleus surrounded by negatively charged electrons in well-defined orbits is the model of the atom. a. Bohr b. Thomson c. Rutherford d. Dalton ANS: A A positively charged nucleus surrounded by negatively charged electrons in well-defined orbits is the Bohr model of the atom. DIF: Moderate REF: page 29 OBJ: Identify the structure of the Bohr model of the atom. NURSINGTB.COM 7. What are the fundamental particles of an atom? a. quark, positron, negatron b. nucleon, electron, proton c. proton, neutron, quark d. proton, electron, neutron ANS: D The fundamental particles of an atom are the proton, electron, and neutron. DIF: Easy REF: page 29 OBJ: Identify the fundamental particles of an atom. 8. The chemical element is determined by the number of in the atom. a. protons b. electrons c. neutrons d. nucleons ANS: A The chemical element is determined by the number of protons in the atom. DIF: Moderate REF: page 30 OBJ: Describe how a chemical element is determined. 9. An atom in a normal state has an electrical charge of . a. oneb. zero

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