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Honors Chemistry Semester 1 Final:Periodic Table Test

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What property did Mendeleev use to organize the elements?
Atomic weight
T/F: Mendeleev could not predict elements that were unknown
False
How are the elements arranged in the modern Periodic Table?
Atomic Number
What is NOT a general property of metals?
Bad conductor
Which one of the following elements is a metalloid?
Si
T/F: The variation of properties of non metals is less than the variation in properties of metals.
False
Which one is not generally included on the periodic table?
Color
The subatomic particles that determine the properties of an element are:
Electrons
Classify as: a) Alkali metal b) Alkaline Earth metal c) Transition metal d) Halogen e) Noble gas: POTASSIUM
A
Classify as: a) Alkali metal b) Alkaline Earth metal c) Transition metal d) Halogen e) Noble gas: FLUORINE
D
Classify as: a) Alkali metal b) Alkaline Earth metal c) Transition metal d) Halogen e) Noble gas: CHROMIUM
C
Classify as: a) Alkali metal b) Alkaline Earth metal c) Transition metal d) Halogen e) Noble gas: SODIUM
A
Classify as: a) Alkali metal b) Alkaline Earth metal c) Transition metal d) Halogen e) Noble gas: MAGNESIUM
B
Classify as: a) Alkali metal b) Alkaline Earth metal c) Transition metal d) Halogen e) Noble gas: XENON
E
Give the #'s of electrons in the highest occupied energy level: a) 3 b) 8 c) 2 d) 7 e) 1: GROUP 1A
E
Give the #'s of electrons in the highest occupied energy level: a) 3 b) 8 c) 2 d) 7 e) 1: GROUP 8A
B
GROUP 2A
C
Match the category of elements with an element a) Noble Gas b) Representative Element c) Halogen d) Transition element: VANADIUM
D
Match the category of elements with an element a) Noble Gas b) Representative Element c) Halogen d) Transition element: ARGON
A
Match the category of elements with an element a) Noble Gas b) Representative Element c) Halogen d) Transition element: BROMINE
C
Match the category of elements with an element a) Noble Gas b) Representative Element c) Halogen d) Transition element: CALCIUM
B
How are ions formed?
When electrons are transferred
A cation has what sort of charge?
Positive
Metallic elements tend to:
Lose electrons
Nonmetallic elements tend to form:
Anions
T/F: Nonmetals have a higher electronegativity than metals
True
T/F: Electronegativity values of the transition metals are all zero
False
T/F: The element with the highest electronegativity is sodium
False
T/F: ELectronegativity values can help predict the types of bonds atoms form
True
How many electrons does strontium possess?
38