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Which group of elements has the lowest electronegatives?
a) Noble Gases b) Alkali Metals c) Halogens d) Alkali Earth Metals
Which trend decreases from left to right?
a) Atomic Radius b) Neutron Configuration c) Electronegativity d) Ionisation Energy
Which of the following has the highest Electronegativity?
a) Chlorine (Cl, 17) b) Sulphur (S, 16) c) Calcium (Ca, 20) d) Germanium (Ge, 32)
Which trends increase as you go up?
a) Atomic Radius, Ionisation Energy b) Electronegativity, Atomic Radius c) Ionisation Energy, Electropositivity d) Ionisation Energy, Electronegativity
Which trend increases as you go down?
a) Electron Configuration b) Electronegativity c) Ionisation Energy d) Atomic Radius
Which of the following elements are in order from least to greatest according to Ionisation Energy?
a) Radium, Zinc, Carbon, Oxygen b) Radium, Zinc, Oxygen, Carbon c) Oxygen, Carbon, Radium, Zinc d) Oxygen, Carbon, Zinc, Radium
Which trends increase from left to right?
a) Electronegativity, Atomic Radius b) Atomic Radius, Ionisation Energy c) Ionisation Energy, Electronegativity d) Ionisation Energy, Electropositivity
Which of the following elements are in order from least to greatest according to Atomic Radius?
a) Lithium, Sodium, Francium, Potassium b) Potassium, Francium, Lithium, Sodium c) Lithium, Sodium, Potassium, Francium d) Francium, Potassium, Lithium, Sodium
Looking at your periodic table of elements, which element is the most attractive?
a) Fat Francine b) Heinous Hydrogen c) Fabulous Flourine d) Radiant Radon
Which of the following elements are in order from least to greatest according to Electronegativity?
a) Sodium, Silicone, Phosphorous, Argon b) Silicone, Sodium, Phosphorous, Argon c) Argon, Phosphorous, Silicone, Sodium d) Phosphorous, Argon, Silicone, Sodium
What are the three periodic trends talked about so far?
a) Atomic Radius, Electronegativity, and Proton Configuration b) Electronegativity, Ionisation Energy, Atomic Radius c) Ionisation Energy, Electron Configuration, Electronegativity d) Atomic Radius, Ionisation Energy, Bad Energy
When moving from left to right, Atomic Radius
a) Stays constant b) Increases c) Varies d) Decreases
When measured from left to right, Ionisation energy...
a) Increases b) Makes the atom visible to the naked eye c) Decreases d) Stays the same size
Atomic Radius is...
a) Atomic Radius how close another atom is when an electron is gained b) Atomic Radius is the distance from the atom needed to remove the outer electron c) Atomic Radius is the distance of two nuclei between separate but closeby atoms d) Atomic Radius is how far away an electron is to the nuclei
What is Electronegativity?
a) Electronegativity is the distance between two nuclei of different atoms b) Electronegativity is the energy needed to remove the outer electron c) Electronegativity is fighting against bad vibes throughout your life d) Electronegativity is when energy is absorbed when an electron is gained
When reading down the periodic table, does the atomic radius...
a) Increase b) Stay the same c) Decrease d) Alternate no matter what way you look
When going down, Ionisation energy...
a) Varies b) Decreases c) Increases d) Becomes impossible to measure
When going from left to right, electronegativity...
a) Decreases b) Stays the same c) Increases then decreases d) Increases
What is Ionisation energy?
a) The energy absorbed when an electron is gained b) The distance between two nuclei of different atoms c) The energy needed to remove the outer electron d) What determines if an atom has a negative charge, positive charge, or is neutral
Which of the following has the highest Ionisation Energy?
a) Aluminium (Al, 13) b) Neon (Ne, 10) c) Magnesium (Mg, 12) d) Argon (Ar, 18)
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