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Atoms are composed of
a) protons, neutrons and neon
b) protons, neutrons and cobalt
c) protons, neutrons and electrons
d) a little of this and a little of that. There is no recipe really.

Atoms all have an overall
a) positive charge
b) negative chage
c) neutral charge
d) umm.... May I use the restroom?

Protons and neutrons are located
a) orbiting the nucleus in a cloud
b) in the nucleus
c) in rows
d) only in the hallway somewhere near the drinking fountain.

The atomic number is
a) the number of protons in an atom
b) the way that an element is identified
c) equal to the number of electrons in an atom
d) all of the above

Reactive means
a) how easily electricity can tranfer through something.
b) how easily an element combines with another.
c) that a substance can be pounded into a shape
d) umm....... I'm tired.

What is the table called that organizes the elements?
a) Periodic table
b) Barometric Table
c) The Pediatric table
d) the kitchen table

What is the atomic number of Potassium?
a) 20
b) 15
c) 84
d) 19

What is the atomic number of Silver?
a) 47
b) 56
c) 78
d) 106

What is the Chemical Symbol for Copper?
a) Co
b) Cs
c) Cu
d) C

What is the atomic number of Iodine?
a) 3
b) 8
c) 22
d) 53

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