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About how many known elements are in the periodic table?
a) 10 b) 50 c) 100 d) 200
Elements in the periodic table are arranged by...
a) Atomic Number b) Atomic Weight c) Number of Neutrons d) Chemical Reactivity
The rows of the periodic table are called:
a) classes b) periods c) groups d) families
The scientist credited with devising the first periodic table similar to the one we use today was:
a) Michael Jackson b) Barack Obama c) Dmitri Mendeleev d) Justin Beiber
As you move from left to right across the periodic table:
a) the atomic size will decrease as you move across the period b) the atomic size will increase as you move across the period c) ionization energy decreases as you move across the period d) electronegativity decreases as you move across the period
As you move from top to bottom down the periodic table:
a) a change in atomic radius cannot be predicted b) The atomic size will decrease as you move across the period c) The atomic size will increase as you move across the period d) ionization energy increases as you move across the period
Atoms must have:
a) more protons than less electrons b) less protons than electrons c) an equal numbers of protons and electrons d) all of the above
What does the atomic weight (mass number) of an element represent?
a) how much the atom weighs b) the element number c) the number of protons in an element's nucleus d) the spelling of its symbol
4. How would you determine the number of neutrons in an atom? Show as a formula!
a) Number of Neutrons = Mass Number - Atomic Number b) Number of Protons = Atomic Number c) Number of Neutrons = Mass Number - Atomic Number d) Number of Neutrons = Student Count -Justin Beiber
Atomic Number:
a) 36 b) Kr c) Krypton d) 83.80
Chemical Symbol:
a) 36 b) Kr c) Krypton d) 83.80
Chemical Name:
a) 36 b) Kr c) Krypton d) 83.80
Atomic Weight
a) 36 b) Kr c) Krypton d) 83.80
The groups of the periodic table are called:
a) classes b) periods c) groups d) families
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