chemistry

Chemistry

While chemistry may not seem relevant to nursing, it’s more applicable than you might think. A nurse must understand the actions and effects of the medication she is providing, as well as potential interactions that can occur with other medications or foods. Having a solid foundation in chemistry is key to understanding how certain drugs interact, which directly affects patient outcomes. Advancing your career into more specialized fields will require you to possess not only an understanding of basic chemistry, but perhaps organic or physical chemistry as well.

1. What’s the lightest element in the periodic table?


2. What is the atomic number of carbon?




3. Which element in the periodic table was named in honour of physicist Albert Einstein?




4. Which of the following is the newest element to be discovered and synthesised?




5. Which of the following is a noble gas?




6. Which of the following has the highest pH value?




7. What kind of element would you find on the far left-hand side of the periodic table?




8. Which of the following is not produced if you mix vinegar (an acid) and sodium bicarbonate (an alkali, or base) together?




9. Which were the first elements to form after the Big Bang started to cool?




10. What are the most common elements in the human body?




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