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The fact that Iron cannot be changed into a simpler form tells you that Iron is ___.
a) a molecule b) a compound c) a mixture d) an element
Compounds are substances that are made up of _______________.
a) substances b) all the same element c) two or more elements d) mixtures
_________ can be broken down into simpler substances
a) Compounds b) Electrons c) Atoms d) Elements
There are approximately ________ elements
a) 90 b) 115 c) 100 d) endless
In what side of the Periodic Table can the Non-Metals be found?
a) Top b) Middle c) Right d) Left
What are a few of the main characteristics of Non-Metals?
a) Blue and Powdery b) Conductive and Magnetic c) Shiny and Maleable d) Dull and Brittle
How do metalloids compare to metals and non-metals?
a) Have properties more similar to metals b) Have properties completely different from metals and non-metals c) Have properties similar to metals and non-metals d) Have properties more similar to non-metals
A marble has a volume of 10 ml. It also has a mass of 20g. Calculate the density of the marble.
a) 2 g/ml b) 30 g/ml c) 200 g/ml d) 0.5 g/ml
A substance that cannot be broken down into a simpler form by ordinary chemical means is called a(n)
a) Compound b) Element c) Mixture d) Isotope
A substance whose density is greater than 1 g/mL will
a) float b) change colors c) fly d) sink
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