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Semiconductors are elements that
a) have large atomic masses but small atomic numbers.
b) do not form compounds.
c) can conduct heat and electricity under certain conditions.
d) are extremely hard.

In Mendeleev’s periodic table, elements in each column had similar
a) atomic masses.
b) symbols.
c) atomic numbers.
d) properties.

As you move from left to right across the periodic table, elements
a) become less metallic.
b) have a lower atomic number.
c) have a lower atomic weight.
d) become more metallic.

When did Mendeleev create a new row in his periodic table?
a) when the first atomic mass was doubled
b) when chemical properties were repeated
c) when there were 10 elements in the row
d) when the next element was a nonmetal

Mendeleev left gaps in his periodic table because
a) the table was too small.
b) protons belonged there.
c) the table was too full.
d) no known elements fit there.

Elements that belong to the same group have the same number of
a) valence electrons.
b) inner electrons.
c) neutral electrons.
d) total electrons.

As you move from up to down in a column of the periodic table, elements have
a) fewer protons.
b) a lower atomic number.
c) a higher atomic number.
d) a higher group number.

Most nonmetals are
a) brittle.
b) metalloids.
c) good conductors.
d) shiny.

Atoms that gain or lose electrons are called
a) metals.
b) ions.
c) nonmetals.
d) isotopes.

Which statement about the alkali metals is correct?
a) They are located in the left-most column of the periodic table.
b) They are extremely nonreactive.
c) They are usually gases.
d) They form negative ions with a 1– charge

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