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7 Written questions

6 Multiple choice questions

  1. 1. All elements are composed of tiny indivisible particles called atoms
    2.Atoms of the same elements are the same
    3. atoms can be combined in simple whole number ratios to make compounds
    4. Chemical reactions occur when atoms are separated, joined, rearranged
  2. Groups 1A through 7A (aka Groups 1, 2, 13-18); display a wide range of physical and chemical properties
  3. Number of protons plus number of neutrons (A)
  4. Group 7A (aka Group 17); never found alone in nature; make -1 ions; Fluoride (F) and Chloride (Cl) are gases at room temperature; Bromine (Br) and Iodine (I) are liquids at room temperature; Astatine (At) is not a halogen
  5. Top row: Lanthanides (4f); Bottom Row: Actinides (5f); most are radioactive; all actinides starting at plutonium are man-made; all are solids
  6. Discovered the electron, Plum Pudding Model, Cathode Ray Experiment (ray of electrons bent toward the positive plate)

6 True/False questions

  1. NucleusGroup 7A (aka Group 17); never found alone in nature; make -1 ions; Fluoride (F) and Chloride (Cl) are gases at room temperature; Bromine (Br) and Iodine (I) are liquids at room temperature; Astatine (At) is not a halogen

          

  2. Transition ElementsGroups 1A through 7A (aka Groups 1, 2, 13-18); display a wide range of physical and chemical properties

          

  3. Ernest RutherfordNumber of protons plus number of neutrons (A)

          

  4. Alkaline Earth MetalsGroup 2A (aka Group 2); shiny solids; harder than alkali metals; turn white when exposed to oxygen; never found alone in nature; make +2 ions

          

  5. IsotopesGroup 7A (aka Group 17); never found alone in nature; make -1 ions; Fluoride (F) and Chloride (Cl) are gases at room temperature; Bromine (Br) and Iodine (I) are liquids at room temperature; Astatine (At) is not a halogen

          

  6. Atomic Mass Unit (AMU)Number of Protons (Z)

          

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