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Group where many elements are man-made and named after scientists. hint: spurs from transition metals
a) Metalloids b) Alkline Earth Metals c) Rare Earth Metals (lanthanides and actinides) d) Transition Metals
Very reactive group of metals, not found free in nature
a) Alkline Earth Metals b) Non-metals c) Alkali Metals d) Halogens
Group of metals that are good at conducting electricity and heat. Hint: largest group of metals
a) Alkline Earth Metals b) Transition Metals c) Alkali Metals d) Metalloids
What do you know from an elements atomic weight?
a) # of Protons b) # of Electrons c) Sum of Protons and Neutrons (Nucleus) d) how likely it is to burn your skin
What is the most reactive group? These metals can explode if exposed to water. hint: only one valence electron
a) Nobel Gases b) Transition Metals c) Halogens d) Alkali Metals
What do you know from an elements atomic number?
a) # of Protons only b) # of Protons and # of Electrons c) # of Neutrons d) # of shells
What is a Group or Family?
a) columns on the periodic table; stand for the # of valence electrons in the atomic structure b) columns on the periodic table; stand for the # of electron shells in the atomic structure c) rows on the periodic table; stand for the # of valence electrons in the atomic structure d) rows on the periodic table; stand for the # of electron shells in the atomic structure
What is a Period?
a) columns on the periodic table; stand for the # of valence electrons in the atomic structure b) columns on the periodic table; stand for the # of electron shells in the atomic structure c) rows on the periodic table; stand for the # of valence electrons in the atomic structure d) rows on the periodic table; stand for the # of electron shells in the atomic structure
What is the organizational system/chart for elements?
a) Periodic Table b) Atomic Number c) Atomic Weight d) Families
Who created the periodic table and how is it organized?
a) Dimitri Mendeleev; atomic properties only b) Dimitri Mendeleev; atomic weight c) Neils Bohr; atomic properties only d) Neils Bohr; atomic weight
This group has properties of both metals and non-metals
a) Metalloids b) Non-metals c) Halogens d) Transition Metals
This group is not able to conduct electricity or heat very well; are very brittle; Do not reflect light.
a) Rare Earth Metals b) Non-metals c) Metalloids d) Transition Metals
This group contains salts and exist in all three states of matter (solid, liquid, gas) hint: almost completely stable atoms
a) Halogens b) Metalloids c) Transition Metals d) Alkline Earth Metals
This group does not form compounds easily except under extreme conditions because they have full outer shells. Inert 'Happy' Elements.
a) Halogens b) Alkali Metals c) Metalloids d) Nobel Gases
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