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How many protons and neutrons does chlorine have?
a) P = 17, N = 35
b) P = 35, N = 17
c) P = 17, N = 18
d) P = 17, N = 17

Who is credited with creating the Periodic Table
a) Rutherford
b) Dalton
c) Mendeleev
d) Bohr

Which of the following has the greatest electronegativity?
a) oxygen (O)
b) phosphorus (P)
c) nitrogen (N)
d) sulfur (S)

Which element has the same number of electrons available for bonding as magnesium has
a) manganese
b) aluminum
c) calcium
d) sodium

Two elements are in the same row of the periodic table. The one on the right always
a) has a greater mass
b) has fewer electrons
c) has more protons
d) has more neutrons

How can metals be distinguished from non-metals on the periodic table?
a) All metals are located in the central regions of the periodic table or the d and f blocks
b) Metals and non-metals are randomly mixed together throughout the periodic table
c) Metals are located to the right of the semi-metals and non-metals are found to the left
d) Metals are located to the left of the semimetals and non-metals are found to the right

What makes up the nucleus of an atom?
a) protons and neutrons
b) only neutrons
c) protons and electrons
d) electrons and neutrons

What is true about the periodic trend for electronegativity?
a) increase going down
b) decrease going across
c) increase going across
d) no trend is predictable

which of the following has the highest atomic radius?
a) lithium
b) francium
c) gold
d) sodium

What is the charge of a carbon ion?
a) +4
b) none
c) +4 or -4
d) -4

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