What defines an element

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What defines an element?
What determines the chemical
properties of an element?
How many valence electrons does
cesium have?
How many valence electrons does
iodine have?
How many valence electrons does
sulfur have?
What are the blocks of the periodic
table?
Where are the metals, nonmetals,
and metalloids located on the
periodic table?
Point to the groups on the periodic Point to the periods on the periodic
table. Which way are they oriented? table. Which way are they oriented?
What does the group number tell you
about an atom?
What does the period number tell
you about an atom?
By what number is the periodic table
organized?
Where are the solids & gases
located on the Periodic Table
Which is a semi-metal: Cu, Mg, S, or
Ge?
.
What are the two liquids on the
periodic table?
.
How many protons does strontium
(Sr) have?
Which is a nonmetal: Cl, Rb, Al, As?
What are the properties of metals?
What are the properties of
nonmetals?
What are the properties of semimetals?
What is the radius of atom?
The radius for a negative ion
increases or decreases? Why?
The radius for a positive ion
increases or decreases? Why?
What is electronegativity?
What is ionization energy?
When sulfur forms an ion, does its
radius get larger or smaller? Why?
What is periodicity?
Which has a greater
electronegativity: K or Br?
Which has a greater ionization
energy: K or Br?
Which has a greater atomic radius: K
or Br?
Which has a greater
electronegativity: Be or Ra?
Which has a greater ionization
energy: Be or Ra?
Which has a greater atomic radius:
Be or Ra?
Why does atomic radius increase top Why does electronegativity decrease
to bottom?
top to bottom?
Why does atomic radius decrease
left to right?
Will oxygen and selenium behave the
same? Why or why not?
Why does ionization energy
decrease top to bottom?
Why does electronegativity increase Why does ionization energy increase
left to right?
left to right?
Will boron and fluorine behave the
same? Why or why not?
Will lithium and rubidium behave the
same? Why or why not?
When you see an ACT passage with
multiple opinions presented, what
kind of passage is this?
When you see an ACT passage with
several versions of an experiment
presented, what kind of passage is
this?
In what order do we complete ACT
passages?
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