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Periodic Table quiz 1

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Name:______________________________________ Date:____________ Class Period:_______
Periodic Table Quiz 1
1. What type of element becomes a
cation?
a. Metals
b. Nonmetals
c. Period 2 elements
d. All of the above
2. Which of the following groups is
most likely to lose 2 electrons to
become stable?
a. Alkali Metals, because they
will have a full outer shell if
they lose 2 electrons
b. Alkaline Earth Metals,
because they have 2 electrons
in their outer shell
c. Halogens because they only
need 2 more electrons to be
stable
d. None of the above.
3. Based on your knowledge of the
periodic table, how many electron
shells do the elements in period 3
have?
a. Each element has a different
amount of electron shells.
b. All of the elements in a
period have the same amount
of electrons shells. All the
elements in period 3 have 3
electron shells.
c. It depends on how many
electrons they have.
d. All of the above.
4. What is an ion?
a. an element that has lost or
gained protons
b. a neutral element
c. an element that has lost or
gained electrons.
d. an element with different
amounts of neutrons
5. What are valence electrons?
a. electrons in the outer shell of
an atom
b. electrons in the inner shell of
the atom
c. core electrons
d. All of the above
6. Which of the follow statements best
describe Noble Gases?
a. They are highly reactive.
b. They have a full outer shell
and do not react with other
elements.
c. They have 18 valence
electrons.
d. None of the above.
7. What are the two main sections of
the Periodic Table?
a. Liquids and Gases
b. Metals and Metalloids
c. Metals and Nonmetals
d. All of the above
8. Which of the following statements is
true about alkaline earth metals?
a. They generally form cation
because they have 2 valence
electrons.
b. They will lose electrons to
achieve a full outer shell.
c. They are very reactive.
d. All of the above
9. Which group's elements have one
electron in the outer shell?
a. Alkali Metals
b. Transition metals
c. Noble Gases
d. Alkali Earth Metals
10. How many electrons does the
element Te have in its outer shell? *
a. 1
b. 16
c. 15
d. 6
Name:______________________________________ Date:____________ Class Period:_______
Periodic Table Quiz 1
11. How many electron shells does
Chlorine (Cl) have?
a. 3
b. 17
c. 7
d. 4
Consider the ion: Cl 112. How many PROTONS?
a. 18
b. 17
c. 9
d. 10
13. How many ELECTRONS?
a. 8
b. 16
c. 17
d. 18
14. Is it a cation or anion?
a. Cation
b. Anion
15. How many electrons are lost or
gained?
a. Gained 1
b. Lost 1
c. Gained 2
d. Lost 2
16. All of the following true about
PERIODS on the periodic table
EXCEPT:
a. All elements in a period have
the same number of electron
shells.
b. The chemical and physical
properties of the elements
within a period are very
different.
c. The atomic mass of elements
increase as you move
across(left to right) a period.
d. All the elements in a period
have the same number of
valence electrons.
17. In an ion, the atomic number is the
same as the _____________.
a. number of protons
b. number of electrons
c. number of neutrons
d. the atomic mass
Consider Zinc.
18. How many PROTONS?
a. 30
b. 65
c. 35
d. 67
19. How many NEUTRONS?
a. 30
b. 65
c. 35
d. 67
20. How many ELECTRONS?
a. 30
b. 65
c. 35
d. 67
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