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Periodic Table Test

 

1. All the nonmetals of the periodic table are found were?

 

a) All over the table

b) Only on the left side

c) Only on the right side

d) On the stairs

 

2. How many electrons can the first energy level hold?

 

a) 32

b) 18

c) 2

d) 8

 

3. The periodic table was put together according to atomic number by who?

 

            a) Democritus

            b) Mendeleeve

            c) Niels Bohr

d) Marie Curie

 

4. What is in the nucleus of an atom?

 

            a) Protons, electrons

            b) Electrons, neutrons

            c) Protons, atoms

            d) Protons, neutrons

 

5. The first family of the periodic table (H, Li, Na, K, Rb, Cs, Fr) is called?

 

            a) Halogen

            b) Noble/Inert Gasses

            c) Alkaline Earth Metals

            d) Alkali Metals

 

6. The elements: Helium, Neon, Argon, Krypton, Xenon, Radon are in which group?

 

            a) Alkaline Earth Metals

            b) Noble/Inert Gasses

            c) Chalcogen

            d) Alkali Metals

 

7. The properties of metals are what?

 

            a) Lustrous, ductile, malleable

            b) Friable, bad conductors

            c) Dull, good insulators

            d) Located on the right of the table

 

8. Groups on the Periodic Table represent what?

 

            a) Number of isotopes

            b) Number of energy levels

            c) Number of protons in the nucleus

            d) Number of electrons in last energy level

 

9. Periods on the Periodic Table represent what?

 

            a) Number of atoms

            b) Number of electrons in last energy level

            c) Number of energy levels

            d) Number of neutrons in the last energy level

 

10. What does Atom mean?

 

            a) Without cuts

            b) Water (H2O)

            c) Many pieces

            d) Fire, Water, Earth, Wind

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