Mrs Young Chem I Per Table And Naming Question Preview (ID: 1334)

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The elements found in columns on the left side of the periodic table are called
a) metals
b) halogens
c) metalloids
d) non-metals

Elements in the same families or groups on the periodic table
a) share similar properties due to the number of valence electrons,
b) are similar because they have almost the same number of protons.
c) have nearly the same atomic mass,
d) always form strong bonds with each other,

The noble gases
a) are inert; they seldom form bonds.
b) are very unstable and react quickly.
c) never fill their valence shells.
d) freely give away electrons to form ionic bonds.

The non-metal in an ionic compound comes second in the name and has this suffix (ending)
a) -ide
b) -ade
c) -ate
d) -ite

A compound made up of lithium and chlorine is called
a) lithium chloride
b) lithium dichloride
c) lithium chlorine
d) chlorine lithide

A magnesium (+2) ion will form a compound with how many bromine (-1) ions?
a) 2
b) 1/2
c) 4
d) 1

Name this ionic compound: BaO
a) barium oxide
b) barium oxygen
c) bromine oxide
d) barium monoxide

Name this covalent compound: CCl4
a) carbon tetrachloride
b) calcium tetrachloride
c) carbon chlorine-4
d) monocarbon chloride

The transition metals are those with
a) different possible numbers of valence electrons free to bond
b) uncertainty about the number of electrons they have
c) something between 2 and 3 electrons in the valence
d) no valence electrons to share

The most reactive family of elements is the
a) alkali metals
b) alkaline earth metals
c) halogens
d) noble gases.

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