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Grade 10 :: Periodic Table and Elements by Qalam
Grade 11 :: Periodic Table and Elements by Ms_VThomas
Grade 8 :: Periodic Table and Elements by CaryBloomquist
The periodic table is organized so the periods are numbered and run
  1. horizontally.
  2. vertically.
  3. diagonally.
  4. in a figure eight.
Grade 10 :: Periodic Table and Elements by Qalam
Sodium, mercury, argon, and neon are used in the production of lamps. There are fewer
safety guidelines regarding the handling of neon and argon than for mercury and sodium.
Which of the following best describes the elements within the group of the periodic table that contains neon and argon gas?
  1. Gaseous at room temperature and highly reactive with metals
  2. Solid at room temperature and mildly reactive with strong acids
  3. Gaseous at room temperature and mostly unreactive with metals
  4. Solid at room temperature and mostly unreactive with strong acids
Grade 8 :: Periodic Table and Elements by doliver701
Aluminum is a metal found in the 4th column of the periodic table. What statement
is true about Aluminum and the other elements in that column?
  1. All the elements are nonreactive
  2. All the elements are in the same period.
  3. All the elements have the same number of protons.
  4. All the elements have similar chemical properties.
Grade 10 :: Periodic Table and Elements by teachchemistry
Which of the following statements correctly describes the behavior of elements that are NOT in Group 18?
  1. They will become atoms in the excited state
  2. They will become atoms in the ground state
  3. They will lose, gain, or share electrons to form a configuration that matches that of a noble gas
  4. They will lose or gain electrons, only
Grade 10 :: Periodic Table and Elements by teachchemistry
Grade 10 :: Periodic Table and Elements by teachchemistry
Grade 10 :: Periodic Table and Elements by teachchemistry
Grade 10 :: Periodic Table and Elements by teachchemistry
Grade 10 :: Periodic Table and Elements by teachchemistry
Which of the following statements describes what all of the elements in Group 18 have in common?
  1. They are all gases
  2. They all consist of one atom, only
  3. They all have 8 valence electrons
  4. (a) and (b)
Grade 10 :: Periodic Table and Elements by teachchemistry
Grade 10 :: Periodic Table and Elements by teachchemistry
An element has an atomic number of 35. Which of the following correctly describes this element?
  1. A strong conductor of heat and electricity, with a high electronegativity value
  2. A weak conductor of heat and electricity, with a high electronegativity value
  3. A strong conductor of heat and electricity, with a low electronegativity value
  4. A weak conductor of heat and electricity, with a low electronegativity value
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