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Periodic Table Trends

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Which is bigger:
calcium (20) or barium (56)
barium
Which has a larger electronegativity:
iron (26) or iodine (53)
iodine
Which is bigger:
strontium (38) or tin (50)
strontium
Which has a larger ionization energy:
sodium (11) or cesium (55)
sodium
Which has a larger electronegativity:
indium (49) or thallium (81)
indium
Which has a smaller ionization energy:
zinc (30) or krypton (36)
zinc
Which is smaller:
boron (5) or chromium (24)
boron
Which has a smaller ionization energy:
potassium (19) or nickel (28)
potassium
Which is smaller:
bromine (35) or antimony (51)
bromine
Which has a larger ionization energy:
helium (2) or fluorine (9)
helium
Which has a larger electronegativity:
rubidium (37) or silver (47)
silver
Which has a smaller ionization energy:
aluminum (13) or palladium (46)
palladium
Which has a smaller electronegativity:
magnesium (12) or bromine (35)
bromine
Which is bigger:
aluminum (13) or argon (18)
aluminum
Which has a smaller electronegativity:
platinum (78) or lead (82)
platinum