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Periods are the __________ and have the same number of _____________.
a) rows; electron shells (energy levels) b) rows; electrons in the last shell c) columns; electron shells (energy levels) d) columns; electrons in the last shell
Groups or families are the ________ and have the same number of __________.
a) columns; electrons in the last shell b) columns; electron shells (energy levels) c) rows; electrons in the last shell d) rows; electron shells (energy levels)
Which is true about the periods (rows) on the Periodic Table?
a) The elements in a period have many of the same properties. b) The elements in a period are NOT alike in properties. c) The elements in a period have the same number of electrons in the last orbital. d) The first element in a period is a nonreactive gas.
Most of the elements in the Periodic Table are ____________.
a) metals b) nonmetals c) metalloids d) (none of these is true)
Most elements in the Periodic Table are _____________ at room temperature.
a) solids b) liquids c) gases d) (none of these is true)
Which is true about the groups (columns) on the Periodic Table?
a) Elements in groups have similar properties. b) Elements in groups do NOT have similar properties. c) Elements in groups have the same number of electron shells/orbitals. d) Elements in groups DO NOT have the same number of valence electrons
Valence electrons are ...
a) the electrons that are located in the outermost electron shell. b) the number of electron shells. c) (not this answer.) d) (don't pick this one.)
Metals usually ___________ electrons.
a) lose b) gain c) don't have any d) get more
If an atom gains electrons it becomes ___________.
a) negative b) positive c) neutral d) a giant squid
If an atom loses electrons, it becomes ____________.
a) positive b) negative c) neutral d) a butterfly.
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