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Which statement does not apply to the ROWS of the Periodic Table?
a) Another term for row is period.
b) The elements react very similar.
c) The number of protons in each element increases by 1 as your go from left to right.
d) Starts with 1 valence electron and ends with a complete outer energy layer.

Other names for the columns of the periodic table are
a) group & family
b) period & list
c) section & parts
d) row & bank

The ATOMIC Number is determined by the number of
a) electrons
b) ions
c) neutrons
d) protons

The non-metals are located on the
a) left side
b) right side
c) middle only
d) on the bottom section only

The most reactive metals are the
a) to the right.
b) transition metals
c) alkali metals
d) halogens

What does not apply to the noble gases
a) Are only found in unstable compounds.
b) They have a complete outer energy level.
c) Are used to produce light when energized.
d) They react with almost nothing.

Where are the metalloids located
a) between the metals on the left and the non-metals on the right.
b) to the left of the alkili earth metals
c) to the right of the halogens
d) accross the bottom

How do you get the atomic mass?
a) By adding the number of electrons, protons and neutrons.
b) By subtracting the number of neutrons from the protrons.
c) By the number of protrons.
d) By adding the number of protons and neutrons together.

There are only 2 elements that are a liquid at room temp, they are
a) Iodine & Silicon
b) Bromine & Mercury
c) Sodium & Chlorine
d) Sulfer & Carbon

Some of the groups are named after ...
a) The element with the most neutrons in the group.
b) The most important element to melt down.
c) The most expensive element in the group.
d) The first element on top of the group

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