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What is the smallest part of an element; basic building block of all substances
a) atom b) mixture c) molecule d) element
One of the large classifications of elements generally located on the left side of the periodic table – to the left of the zigzag line
a) nonmetals b) elements c) metals d) gases
This represents a compound; contains element symbols and the ratio of atoms
a) chemical symbol b) chemical formula c) chemical reaction d) chemical equation
Atoms of the same kind that cannot be broken down further by physical or chemical means; a pure substance
a) atoms b) mixtures c) compounds d) elements
Substances made of two or more elements chemically combines; a pure substance
a) atoms b) mixtures c) compounds d) elements
One of the large classifications of elements generally located on the right side of the periodic table – to the right of the zigzag line
a) metals b) elements c) gases d) nonmetals
Contains chemical formulas and other symbols used to represent a chemical reaction that has occurred
a) chemical equation b) chemical reaction c) chemical formula d) chemical symbol
Which of the following describes the physical properties of metals?
a) are gases or liquids b) they change color, give off a gas, or become hot or cold c) are dull, nonconductors, and brittle d) have luster, conductors, malleable, ductile, and high density
Which of the following describes the physical properties of nonmetals?
a) are gases or liquids b) they change color, give off a gas, or become hot or col c) are dull, nonconductors, and brittle d) have luster, conductors, malleable, ductile, and high density
Composed of two or more different substances that retain their own individual properties; are combined physically
a) atoms b) mixtures c) compounds d) elements
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