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Which groups have more in common, the columns or the rows?
a) they are all identical b) rows: period c) columns: group/family d) no element has similarities with any other element, ever
What are the horizontal rows on the PT called?
a) periods b) families c) columns d) sunset line
What are the vertical columns called on the periodic table?
a) rows b) horizons c) groups or families d) scaffolding
How can you find the number of neutrons?
a) Add up the protons and electrons b) subtract the atomic number from the atomic mass (MAN) c) ask the element d) look at the atomic number
What does the atomic mass on the PT tell you?
a) number of protons and electrons b) what group it is in c) sum of the total protons and neutrons in an element d) how massive the element is
What does the atomic number tell you?
a) what's the atomic number? b) atomic mass c) sum of total protons and neutrons d) number of protons and electrons in an element
What does copper have in common with other elements in the same column (11)?
a) all are copper colored b) none of them conduct electricity c) similar physical and chemical properties d) nothing, they are all different
Which group on the periodic table is the most stable?
a) Alkali metals (group 1) b) noble gases (group 18) c) d)
Which groups on the periodic table are most reactive?
a) alkali metals (group 1) b) noble gases (group 18) c) d)
What charge do protons have?
a) positive b) negative c) neutral d)
What charge do electrons have?
a) positive b) negative c) neutral d)
What charge do neutrons have?
a) postive b) negative c) neutral d)
What element type are most of the elements on the periodic table?
a) metals b) nonmetals c) metalloids d)
shiny, ductile, malleable, conductors of heat and electricity
a) metals b) nonmetals c) metalloids d)
dull, brittle, not good conductors
a) metals b) nonmetals c) metalloids d)
can be shiny, semi-conductors, has properties of the two other types of elements
a) metals b) nonmetals c) metalloids d)
Law that states that mass cannot be created or destroyed in ordinary chemical or physical changes
a) Law of Conservation of Moose b) Law of Civilian Conservation Corps c) Law of Conservation of Matter d) Law of Cloudy Days
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