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______________ are the part of the atom that determines which element it is.
a) Neutrons b) Electrons c) Protons d) none of the above
Why do all of the symbols have only one Capitol letter?
a) because it looks better b) because it allows anyone to distinguish between different elements written in a formula c) There is no reason d) none of the above
What is the correct symbol for Sodium?
a) S b) So c) Na d) N
The majority of the elements on the periodic table are____________________.
a) metals b) nonmetals c) metalloids d) gases
_____________ are found in the nucleus and have no charge.
a) Neutrons b) Electrons c) Protons d) none of the above
_______________ have a negative charge and rotate around the outside of the nucleus.
a) Neutrons b) Electrons c) Protons d) None of the above
_____________ have a positive charge and are found in the nucleus of an atom.
a) Neutrons b) Electrons c) Protons d) none of the above
The atomic number of Carbon is 6 and the atomic mass is 12. How many protons does Carbon have?
a) 12 b) 18 c) 6 d) zero
Valence electrons are used for _______________________.
a) the bonding of elements b) identifying the element c) weighing down the element d) all of the above
A row on the periodis table is called a ______________.
a) column b) group c) family d) period
A column on the periodic table is called a __________________.
a) series b) row c) group d) period
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