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The most reactive metals are found in
a) Group 1, the Alkali Metals b) Group 2, the Alkaline Earth Metals c) Groups 3-12, the Transition Metals d) Group 13, the Boron Group
Groups 3-12 are the
a) Alkali Metals b) Alkaline Earth Metals c) Transition Metals d) Halogens
The most stable group of nonmetals, all of which are inert gases at room temperature
a) Group 17, the Halogens b) Group 18, the Noble Gases c) Group 1, the Alkali Metals d) Group 15, the Carbon Group
The most reactive group of nonmetals is
a) Group 1, the Alkali Metals b) Group 13, the Boron Group c) Group 17, the Halogens d) Group 18, the Noble Gases
The modern periodic table is arranged in order of increasing
a) atomic number b) atomic mass c) size d) reactivity
Calcium, Magnesium, and Barium belong to which group?
a) Group 1, the Alkali Metals b) Group 2, the Alkaline Earth Metals c) Groups 3-12, the Transition Metals d) Group 13, the Boron Group
The columns in the periodic table are called ____, while the rows are called ____.
a) periods; groups b) groups; periods c) d)
The scientist who created the first useful periodic table is
a) Charles Darwin b) Francis Crick c) Isaac Newton d) Dmitri Mendeleev
There are a total of ___ groups, or families, on the modern periodic table.
a) 8 b) 18 c) 118 d) 52
Member of the Alkali Metals become ___ with a ___ charge (hint: check your ions chart)
a) anions; 1- b) cations; 1+ c) anions; 2- d) cations; 2+
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