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Atomic Radius ________________ down a group.
a) Increase b) Decrease c) Stays the same d) varies
Which group contains the elements with the smallest radius on the periodic table?
a) Halogens b) Noble Gases c) Alkali metals d) Alkaline Earth metals
Which of the following has the largest atomic radius?
a) Be b) Mg c) K d) Na
Which of the following has the smallest atomic radius?
a) B b) F c) N d) Al
Which of the noble gases has the smallest atomic radius?
a) Rn b) He c) F d) At
Which of the following is an accurate statement?
a) Sodium (Na) is bigger than Magnesium (Mg). b) There are no differences in the periodic table regarding atomic radius. c) Atomic radius decreases across a period because there are less protons as you go across. d) Nitrogen (N) is smaller than Francium (Fr)
Which of the following elements is the largest element on the periodic table?
a) Ca b) Mg c) He d) Fr
Which of the following is the correct definition for atomic radius?
a) It is measured in mols b) It is measured on the Pauling Scale c) Atomic radius is half the distance between the nuclei of two bonded atoms d) Atomic radius is the distance between the nuclei of two bonded atoms
Order the following elements from biggest to smallest. Ti, Cr, K, Ge
a) Ge, Cr, Ti, K b) K, Ti, Ge, Cr c) Ti, Cr, Ge, K d) K, Ti, Cr, Ge
Which of the following elements is in group 2?
a) B b) Li c) Ca d) Ti
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