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The part of an atom that has a neutral charge
a) electron
b) neutron
c) proton
d) isotope

The part of an atom that has a negative charge
a) Proton
b) Electron
c) Neutron
d) Isotope

Which two particles are find inside the nucleus?
a) Protons only
b) Neutrons and electrons
c) Protons and electrons
d) Protons and neutrons

Why is the periodic table important or useful?
a) It is useful because it teaches you the alphabet.
b) It is useful because it organizes a ton of information in an easy to use table. It can tell you a lot about each element.
c) It really isn't useful.
d) It was made by Dmitri Mendeleev, who is a total stud muffin. So it has to be important right?

On the periodic table a group goes
a) Has nothing to do with the periodic table.
b) Side to side like a row.
c) Up and down, another name for them would be a family or a column.
d) is an element on the periodic table.

A period on the periodic table
a) goes up and down like a column
b) goes side to side like a row
c) has nothing to do with the periodic table
d) is each element

In the periodic table, elements are arranged in order of…
a) decreasing number of isotopes
b) increasing number of energy levels
c) increasing atomic number
d) decreasing atomic number

The element with the smallest atomic number is…
a) Helium
b) Hydrogen
c) Carbon
d) Nitrogen

All atoms of the same element have the same…
a) shape
b) number of neutrons
c) atomic mass
d) atomic number

If an atom contains 13 protons, then it has…
a) 13 electrons
b) 26 electrons
c) 13 neutrons
d) 26 neutrons

Because an atom is neutral, the number of…
a) electrons = protons
b) protons = neutrons
c) isotopes = electrons
d) electrons = neutrons

A positively charged particle is…
a) an electron
b) a neutron
c) a proton
d) an isotope

Of the following particles, those NOT found in the nucleus of an atom are…
a) a proton
b) a neutron
c) an electron
d) an isotope

What is an atom?
a) Smallest unit of an element that maintains the properties of that element
b) Substance that cannot be separated or broken down into simpler substances by chemical means.
c) Substance made up of atoms of two or more different elements joined by chemical bonds
d) Something that describes the effect matter has on chemistry.

What is an element?
a) Smallest unit of an element that maintains the properties of that element
b) Substance that cannot be separated or broken down into simpler substances by chemical means.
c) Substance made up of atoms of two or more different elements joined by chemical bonds
d) Something that describes the effect matter has on chemistry.

What is the atomic number of Oxygen?
a) 8
b) 16
c) O
d)

What is the number of neutrons that Iron has?
a) 56
b) Fe
c) 30
d) 26

How many electrons does Titanium have?
a) 22
b) 26
c) 48
d)

What is the mass number of Chlorine?
a) 35.45
b) 35
c) 36
d) Cl

How many protons does Nitrogen have?
a) 14
b) 7
c) N
d)

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