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Metals, Nonmetals, and Metalloids (Grade 10)

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Metals, Nonmetals, and Metalloids

1. 
Which element is malleable and ductile?
  1. fluorine
  2. gallium
  3. silicon
  4. phosphorus
 
2. 
Which element exists as a gas at room temperature, is a poor conductor of heat, and is poisonous?
  1. carbon
  2. mercury
  3. sulfur
  4. chlorine
3. 
Which element contains properties of both metals and nonmetals?
  1. Si
  2. Ne
  3. Al
  4. O
 
4. 
Which element is dull and brittle, with a high electronegativity value?
  1. hydrogen
  2. silver
  3. strontium
  4. sulfur
5. 
Which kind of element is located in the middle of the Periodic Table?
  1. nonmetal
  2. metalloid
  3. metal
  4. noble gas
 
6. 
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
7. 
Which of the following elements forms bonds easily with sodium?
  1. potassium
  2. chlorine
  3. neon
  4. calcium
 
8. 
Which of the following elements exists as a liquid, but is a strong conductor of heat and is relatively shiny?
  1. titanium
  2. silver
  3. mercury
  4. lithium
9. 
A student works with five elements in the laboratory: nitrogen, tellurium, scandium, iodine, and magnesium. Name the two metals from this list.



 
10. 
Beryllium is a weak conductor of heat and electricity.
  1. True
  2. False
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