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If an element conducts electricity, is a solid and is malleable and ductile. The element is a
a) non-metal b) metal c) metalloid d) none of the above
An element + an element = ???
a) a mixture b) a compound c) an element d) an atom
Which of the following substances is an element?
a) H2CO3 b) He c) O2 d) both He and O2
The majority of Earth's atmosphere is up of what percentage of what element?
a) 78% oxygen, 21% nitrogen b) 78%nitrogen, 21% oxygen c) equal amounts of both d) none of the above
Which of the following is not one of the most abundant elements of solid Earth?
a) iron b) nitrogen c) oxygen d) magnesium
What is formed when two elements combine chemically?
a) elements b) compounds c) mixtures d) atoms
When Hydrogen (H) combines with Clorine (Cl) to form HCl, what has happened?
a) two elements combined physically to form a new mixture. b) two elements combined chemically to form a new compound. c) two elements combined chemically to form a new mixure. d) two elements combined physically to form a new compound
If an element is located on the right side of the periodic table, it is considered a...
a) metal b) metalloid c) non-metal d) none of the above
Which of the following are likely to have luster?
a) metalloids and metals b) non-metals and metals c) metals d) gasses and metalloids
Which of the following most likely conducts electricty?
a) sulfur b) helium c) copper d) chlorine
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