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As you go down a group,
a) atoms get larger and have lower I.E. and lower E.N. b) atoms get larger and have higher I.E. and higher E.N. c) atoms get smaller and have lower I.E. and lower E.N. d) atoms get smaller and have higher I.E. and higher E.N.
As you go across a period,
a) atoms get smaller and have higher I.E. and higher E.N. b) atoms get smaller and have lower I.E. and lower E.N. c) atoms get larger and have lower I.E. and lower E.N. d) atoms get larger and have higher I.E. and higher E.N.
Which group are the Noble Gases which have full stable valence shells and zero E.N.?
a) 18 b) 1 c) 2 d) 3-12
Valence electrons
a) are in the outermost shell b) are in the innermost shell c) are always 2 d) are always 8
The dots in a Lewis dot diagram represent
a) valence electrons b) protons c) total electrons d) neutrons
The Periodic Table is organized by
a) increasing atomic number b) decreasing atomic number c) increasing mass number d) decreasing mass number
Metals are
a) good conductors b) brittle c) dull d) good insulators
What is the oxidation number of fluorine?
a) -1 b) +1 c) 7 d) 2
Metals are found
a) to the left of the zigzag b) to the right and upper of the zigzag c) touching the zigzag d)
Ionization energy is
a) the energy needed to remove an electron b) the ability to attract electrons c) the size of an atom d) the number of valence electrons
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