I really need help with my chemistry crossword puzzle.?

There's 100 words and I'm almost done, but I really can't figure out these clues. If you can help me with any of them, I'd greatly appreciate it! Thanks!

focus on the unit
these do not react- inert
dissolves
rule states that single e must occupy same E orbital before secon e can be added
adioactive particle similar to He
collision where E is not lost
the focus of an experiment
1 reprsents this
n represents this

Answer:
without looking at the page its hard to say but i'll try to give you the best fitting answers to some of them that i can think of off the top of my head.

focus on the unit ----- volume (??)
these do not react- inert ----- noble gases
dissolves ----- dissociates (??)
rule states that single e must occupy ---- Hund's Rule
radioactive particle similar to He ----- Neon (or Ne)
collision where E is not lost ---- elastic collision
focus of experiment ---- results (??)
1 represents this ----- ???
n represents this ------ nuetrons ( or number of nuetrons)
solid matter after Rx ---- precipitate or product
radioactive particle similar to He
- alpha particle

these do not react-inert
- noble gases

and solid matter after a Rx
- precipitant

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