• Question 01:

    Mass spectrometry, when applied to elements, is used to collect evidence for what feature of atomic structure?

  • Question 02:

    Given that there are two, common isotopes of chlorine, one with a mass of 35 and one with a mass of 37, which of the following correctly predicts the number of peaks that will be observed in the mass spectrum for singular, chlorine atoms (Cl), and the number of peaks in the mass spectrum for diatomic chlorine gas (Cl2)?

  • Question 03:

    The mass spectrum of a particular metal shows five distinct peaks, ranging in m/e values from 90 to 96. What do these data alone suggest about the metal?