Chapter 6- the periodic table

Chapter 6- the periodic table
1-metal
2- Halogen
3- Ionization energy
4- Alkaline earth metal
5- Cation
6- Electronegativity
7- Noble gas
A- positively charged ions
B- The energy needed to remove an electron from an atom
C- Good conductor of heat and eclectic current
D- Any nonmetal in group 7A
E – the tendency of an atom to attract electrons when the atom is in a compound
F- an element that is unreactive
G- an element in ground 2A
8- In the periodic table, there is a periodic pattern in the physical and chemical properties of elements when they are arranged in order of____
A- Increasing atomic mass
B- Increasing elecrtonegativity
C- Increasing atomic radius
D- Increasing atomic number
9-Which sublevel corresponds to the transition metals in the periodic table?
A- S
B- P
C-D
D-F
10- Which of the following elements is a metalloid?
A- As
B- S
C- Br
D- Kr
11- The element Iodine, I, is a___
A- period 4 alkali metal
B- period 4 halogen
C- period 5 halogen
D- period 5 transition metal
12- The subatomic particle that plays the greatest role in determining the physical and chemical properties of an element is the____
A-Protons
B-neutron
C- Electron
D- Photon
13- Which of the following atoms would you expect to have the largest atomic radius?
A- I
B- K
C- Ca
D- Rb
14.- From left to right across the second period of the periodic table
A- Ionization energy increasing
B- Atomic radius increase
C- Electronegativity decreasing
D- Atomic mass decreases
15.- Electronegativity
A- Generally decreases from left to right across a period
B- Is the energy change that accompanies the loss of an electron from gaseous atom
C- Generally decreases from top to bottom within a group
D- Is generally higher from metals than for nonmetals

16- Atomic size generally___
A- increases from left to right across a period
B- Decreases from top to bottom within a group
C- Remains constant within a period
D- Decreases from left to right across a period
17- Of the following atoms, which one has the smallest Ionization Energy?
A- Boron
B- Aluminum
C- Nitrogen
D- Silicon
18- Arrange the following elements in order of Decreasing Ionization energy
A- Cs, Li, K
B- Ci, Si, P, Ar
C- Ca, Ba, Be,
19- Arrange the following elements in order of Increasing Atomic Size
A- O, S, Sc
B- Rb, Li, K
C- Ba, Cs, Au
20- Tell whether each of the following elements is a Transition Metal, Alkali Earth Metal (group 2), a Nobel Gas, an Alkali Metal (group 1), or a Halogen.
A- Calcium
B- Cesium
C- Fluorine
D- Chromium
E- Neon
F- Silver

21- Which element in each pain has the higher electronegativity value?
A- na Or mg
B- rb OR i
C- ci OR br
22- Why does atomic size generally increase as you move down a group of the periodic table and decreases as you move from left to right across a period?

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