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Eighth Grade (Grade 8) Periodic Table and Elements Questions

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Grade 8 Periodic Table and Elements
Grade 8 Periodic Table and Elements
The number of protons in an atom is equal to the
  1. group number.
  2. period number.
  3. number of neutrons.
  4. atomic number.
Grade 8 Periodic Table and Elements
Grade 8 Periodic Table and Elements
Grade 8 Periodic Table and Elements
Grade 8 Periodic Table and Elements
Grade 8 Periodic Table and Elements
Grade 8 Periodic Table and Elements
Grade 8 Periodic Table and Elements
Grade 8 Periodic Table and Elements
Which group of elements most readily combines with Group 17 elements?
  1. Group 1
  2. Group 17
  3. Group 18
  4. none, as Group 17 is the most stable group
Grade 8 Periodic Table and Elements
The Periodic Table was developed by                  .
  1. Henry Moseley
  2. Jacques Cousteau
  3. Dimitri Mendeleev
  4. John Rutherford
Grade 8 Periodic Table and Elements
Which statement is most correct about the number of protons in an element and the arrangement of the Periodic Table?
  1. An element in period 4 of the Periodic Table will have more protons than a Period 3 element will.
  2. An element in period 3 of the Periodic Table will have more protons than a Period 4 element will.
  3. An element in period 3 of the Periodic Table will have the same number of protons as a Period 4 element will.
  4. There is no correlation between the period numbers on Periodic Table and the number of protons in the elements.
Grade 8 Periodic Table and Elements
Grade 8 Periodic Table and Elements
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