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Ions will
a) Always have a charge
b) never have a charge
c)
d)

You are looking at a drawing of two different atoms and trying to determine if it is an isotope. Which answer is true about isotopes?
a) Both drawings will have the same number of protons and neutrons.
b) Both drawings will have a different number of protons and neutrons.
c) Both drawings will have the same number of protons but a different number of neutrons.
d) Both drawings will have the same number of neutrons but a different number of protons.

Which element is most different from the other two? (Elements 23, 24, and 54)
a) 23
b) 24
c) 54
d)

I am the Noble gas with the most number of protons in the nucleus?
a) #3 Li
b) #87 Fr
c) #86 Rn
d) #2 He

Which one is NOT true about atoms?
a) They have the same number of protons and electrons.
b) They are round.
c) They never have a charge.
d) They always have a charge.

Which one is most likely a metalloid?
a) #36 Kr
b) #33 As
c) #56 Ba
d)

Where are the metalloids located on the periodic table
a) To the right of the magic staircase
b) to the left of the magic staircase
c) right next to the magic staircase
d)

This element is in period 3 and family 2.
a) #12 Mg
b) #5 B
c) #10 Ne
d) #39 Y

where are the nonmetals located on the periodic table?
a) To the right of the magic staircase
b) To the left of the magic staircase
c) right next to the magic staircase
d)

Where do you find the valence electrons
a) In the electron shell closest to the nucleus
b) In the electron shell that is the outermost away from the nucleus.
c)
d)

What family number are the alkalai metals?
a) 1
b) 2
c) 3
d) 4

What family number are the noble gasses?
a) 1
b) 8
c) 15
d) 18

Where are the metals located on the periodic table
a) To the right of the magic staircase
b) to the left of the magic staircase
c) Right next to the magic staircase
d)

If an element is located in the third period it will have three electron shells.
a) True
b) False
c)
d)

Any row of the periodic table
a) is called a family
b) is called a group
c) is called a period
d) Has the exact same number of elements in it.

This is the one or two letter representation of an element.
a) Chemical symbol
b) atomic number
c) atomic mass
d) nucleus

This is a pure substance made of only one type of matter.
a) compound
b) element
c) A bowl of many types of candy
d) Everything that is in your refrigerator

This is the top number in each elements box. It will tell you the number or protons in the nucleus of type of atom.
a) Atomic mass
b) nucleus
c) atomic number
d) isotope

This is the bottom number in each element's box. It will tell you the total number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus of that atom.
a) Atomic mass
b) nucleus
c) atomic number
d) isotope

This is a chart of elements showing the repeating pattern of their properties.
a) Periodic Table
b) Textbook
c) Map
d) protons

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