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Which elements make the best insulators
a) non-metals b) metals c) metalloids d) hubba bubba bubble gum
According to the periodic table the neutral (stable) atom of what element has 5 protons, 5 electrons and 5 neutrons
a) Mercury (Hg) b) Boron (B) c) Aluminum (Al) d) Beryllium (Be)
Which class of elements best conducts electricity
a) metals b) nonmentals c) metalloids d) transporters
Phosphorus would have chemical properties most like which of the following?
a) Nitrogen b) Sodium c) Sulfur d) Calcium
Why is S (Sulfur) before Cl (Chlorine) on the periodic table?
a) Chlorine has one more proton b) Sulfur was discovered first c) Chlorine has few electrons d) Sulfur has a lower density
What do the following elements have in common? N (Nitrogen), Ne (Neon), Kr (Krypton)
a) they are all non-metals b) they are all in the same group c) they are all in the same period d) they are all metals
What do the elements of Oxygen, Lithium, Neon, and Carbon have in common?
a) They are all in the same group b) They are in the same period c) They are all metals d) They are all non-metals
What do the elements Hg (Mercury) and Br (Bromine) have in common?
a) they are both nonmentals b) they are solids at room temperature c) they are liquids at room temperature d) they are both in the same period
What do these elements have in common Al (Aluminum), Na (Sodium), Mg (Magnesium) and Ar (Argon)?
a) They are all non-metals b) they are in the same group c) they are in the same period d) they are all metals
Which of the following statements about the periodic table is correct?
a) All elements in Period 3 are metals b) All elements in Group 17 are metals c) Metals are found on the left side of the periodic table d) Metals are found on the right hand side of the periodic table.
For the most part how do the atomic masses progress throughout the periodic table?
a) they increase from left to right and top to bottom b) they increase from left to right and bottom to top c) the increase from right to left and top and bottom d) the increase from right to left and bottom to top
Which quantity identifies an element
a) the atomic number b) the atomic mass number c) the number of neutrons d) the group/family it belongs to
A neutral atom has 14 neutrons and 10 electrons. How many protons does the element have?
a) 10 b) 11 c) 14 d) 4
In the modern Periodic Table the elements are arranged in order of increasing
a) atomic number b) oxidation number c) mass number d) valence number
What can be determined if only the atomic number of an atom is known?
a) the total number of neutrons b) the total number of protons c) the total number of protons and neutrons d) the total number of protons and electrons
Which of the following periods contains the greatest number of metals?
a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4
More than two thirds of the elements are classified as
a) metals b) nonmetals c) metalloids d) noble gases
Which of these phrases best describes an atom?
a) a positive nucleus surrounded by a hard negative shell b) a positive nucleus surrounded by a cloud of negative charges c) a hard sphere with positive particles uniformly embedded d) a hard sphere with negative particles uniformly embedded
The number of neutrons in the nucleus of an atom can be determined by
a) adding the atomic number to the mass number b) subtracting the atomic number from the mass number c) adding the mass number to the atomic number d) subtracting the mass number from the atomic number
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