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If the answer is not found among the choices, write E before the number. 1. The elements in the Periodic Table are arranged in order of a. mass number b. atomic number c. ionization energy d. electron affinity Which of the following elements tend to become a negative ion? a. Ca b. Li c. S d. K From the following list select the nonmetal(s): copper, zinc, chlorine, sodium, carbon. a. chlorine and carbon b. chlorine c. chlorine, sodium and carbon d. copper, zinc, and sodium If an ion has 30 protons, 28 electrons and 35 neutrons, what is its mass number? a. 28 b. 30 c. 35 d. 65 The elements in Group1 are not usually found free in nature because a. they are very unreactive b. they are rare earth metals c. they are all man-made d. they are very reactive What are horizontal rows in the Periodic Table called? a. Alkali Metals b. Metals c. Periods d. Groups Why are the elements fluorine, chlorine and iodine placed in the same group in the Periodic Table? a. they all readily react with oxygen. b. they are all metals. c. they have the same number of valence electrons d. they have the same density. The elements in Group I have similar chemical properties because a. they all look similar. b. they are all metals. c. they all have a single electron in their outer shell. d. they all react with water. Only one of the following sets of elements all belong to the halogens. Which one is it? a. b. c. d. neon, helium, argon fluorine, carbon, bromine chlorine, bromine, fluorine beryllium, carbon, oxygen
10. Which gases in the following list exist as
separate atoms: hydrogen, helium, nitrogen, oxygen, neon. a. hydrogen and helium b. helium and neon c. helium and nitrogen d. oxygen and nitrogen
11. Which of the following elements are both
alkaline earth metals? a. magnesium and beryllium b. sodium and potassium c. sodium and calcium d. copper and gold
12. If you split a molecule of water, you would be able to produce __________. a. two half molecules of water b. two elements c. two atoms d. two compounds 13. What is the common name given to the elements in Group I? a. Halogens b. Alkaline Earth Metals c. Alkali Metals d. Non-metals 14. What do the elements of Group II have in common? a. similar chemical properties b. same mass number c. nothing in common d. same atomic number 15. What is the most common salt in seawater? a. Sodium chloride b. Magnesium chloride c. Calcium carbonate d. Potassium carbonate
16. Which of the following metals is liquid at room
temperature? a. Sodium b. Aluminum c. Mercury d. Calcium 17. Of the following molecules listed below, which one of them has a triple covalent bond? a. Nitrogen (N2)
b. c. d.
Hydrogen (H2) Oxygen (O2) Fluorine (F2)
18. Which one of the following is not a property of an ionic substance? a. They are usually soft solids. b. They have high melting points. c. They conduct electricity when molten. d. They usually form crystal lattices. 19. Which of the following elements tend to lose electrons the easiest when bonding? a. elements in the first two groups b. noble gases c. transition metals d. Group IV elements 20. What is the charge of a magnesium ion in magnesium fluoride? a. -2 b. +1 c. +2 d. -1
Potassium fluoride d. d. Love Science. a chemical bond d. Which of the following pairs of elements will most likely react to form an ionic compound? a. Fill the empty cells in each row to complete the tables. Carbon belongs to group IV. 1. How many steps are there in the stairs leading to the Erdkinder area? 23. an ion c. Sulfur belongs to group VII) BONUS. Oxygen belongs to group VI. As3Sr2+. F- Formula of Compound Formed Name of Compound Compound SrO C2H2 N2H4 HF MnO2 Type of Bond (Ionic or Covalent) .21. gravity b. The force of attraction that holds atoms together is called a. Element Phosphorus Strontium Fluorine Magnesium Ion formed Element Bromine Lithium Aluminum Chlorine Ion Formed 3. Potassium fluorine b. One of the atoms gains electrons while the other loses electrons. S2Mn2+. The statement "When bonding occurs. How many lockers are there in all the Erdkinder classrooms? Learn Science. electromagnetic forces 25. Fluoride potassium 22. An electron is removed from each atom’s outer shell. b. carbon and oxygen II. b. d. Do Science. 24. atoms tend to reach an electron arrangement with eight electrons in the outermost shell" is known as a. c. nitrogen and oxygen c. What is the name of the compound formed when a fluoride ion bonds with a potassium ion? a. O2Li+. When a covalent bond is formed. Fluorine potassium c. sodium and chlorine d. c. Ions Mg 2+. An electron from each atom is shared. The Octet Rule Hund’s Rule Brownian Movement Boyle’s Law Compound: N2O Lewis structure: Compound: CS2 Lewis structure: Compound: SO2 Lewis structure: (hint: Nitrogen belongs to group V. How many fans are in the second floor of this building? 2. what happens to the outer shell of electrons? a. O2Ni 2+. hydrogen and oxygen b. Each atom gains electrons to reach a full outer shell.