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1. Females
2. Those that aren’t
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the number of protons in
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the electric charge of
the nucleus.
the number of neutrons
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Atoms of elements that are in the same
group are in the same
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2. Vertical column
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Atoms of elements that are in the same
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protons.
neutrons.
valence electrons.
protons and
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Which of the following elements
is an alkali metal?
Magnesium (# 12)
Fluorine (#9)
Titanium (#22)
Lithium (#3)
Neon (#10)
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Which of the following elements
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Magnesium (# 12)
Fluorine (#9)
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Which of the following elements
is a halogen?
Magnesium (# 12)
Fluorine (#9)
Titanium (#22)
Lithium (#3)
Neon (#10)
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Semiconductors are elements
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have large atomic
masses but small
atomic numbers.
do not form
compounds.
can conduct heat and
electricity under
certain conditions.
are extremely hard.
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Carbon and other nonmetals are found
in which area of the periodic table?
1. on the left-most
side
2. on the right side
3. in the middle
column of the
periodic table
4. in the bottom rows
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In Mendeleev’s periodic table,
elements in each column had similar
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properties.
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As you move from left to right
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1. become less
metallic.
2. have a lower atomic
number.
3. have a larger atomic
radius
4. become more
metallic.
What is the location of elements
in the periodic table related to?
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configuration
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Which of the following is not a
type of orbital?
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An electron jumps up or down to
a new energy level when
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the atom becomes
charged.
the atom becomes
unstable.
the electron’s location
is pinpointed.
the atom absorbs or
emits energy.
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Which of the following
statements is not true?
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An s orbital can hold
two electrons.
Each d orbital can
hold up to two
electrons.
Each f orbital can hold
up to three electrons.
Each p orbital can
hold two electrons.
A
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A emission line spectrum is produced
when an electron moves from one
energy level
1. to a higher energy
level.
2. to a lower energy
level.
3. into the nucleus.
4. to another position in
the same sublevel.
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Because excited hydrogen atoms always
produce the same line-emission spectrum,
scientists concluded that hydrogen
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1. had no electrons.
2. did not release
photons.
3. released photons of
only certain
energies.
4. could only exist in
the ground state.
For an electron in an atom to change from
the ground state to an excited state,
energy must be released.
energy must be absorbed.
radiation must be emitted.
the electron must make a
transition from a higher to a
lower energy level.
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If electrons in an atom have the lowest
possible energies, the atom is in the
ground state.
inert state.
excited state.
radiation-emitting
state.
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Which orbital is this?
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Which orbital is this?
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If each of these sub orbitals
contains 2 electrons, what
B
element is this?
The electron in a hydrogen atom has its
lowest total energy when the electron is in
its
1. neutral state.
2. excited state.
3. ground state.
4. quantum state.
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The major difference between a
1s orbital and a 2s orbital is that
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the 2s orbital can hold
more electrons.
the 2s orbital has a
slightly different
shape.
the 2s orbital is at a
higher energy level.
the 1s orbital can have
only one electron.
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The letter designations for the first four sublevels
with the maximum number of electrons that can be
accommodated in each sublevel are
s:2, p:4, d:6, and f:8.
s:1, p:3, d:5, and f:7.
s:2, p:6, d:10, and f:14.
s:1, p:2, d:3, and f:4.
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The atomic sublevel with the
next highest energy after 4p is
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4d.
4f.
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5s.
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The atomic sublevel with the
next highest energy after 3s is
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3d.
2f.
3p.
4s.
3d
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In the electron configuration for scandium
(atomic number 21), what is the notation for
the three highest-energy electrons?
1. 4s2 3d1
2. 4s3
3. 3d3
4. 4s2 4p1
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Which of the following lists atomic orbitals in
the correct order they are filled according to
the Aufbau principle?
1s 2s 2p 3s 4s 3p 3d 4p 5s
1s 2s 2p 3s 3p 4s 3d 4p 5s
1s 2s 2p 3s 3p 4s 4p 3d 4d
1s 2s 2p 3s 3p 3d 4s 4p 5s
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4s
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3s
1s
2s
2p
3s
3p
4s
3d
4p
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1s
2s
2p
3s
2p
2s
1s
2s
2p
3s
4s
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3p
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1s
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2.
3.
4.
The element with electron
configuration 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p2 is
Mg (Z = 12).
C (Z = 6).
S (Z = 16).
Si (Z = 14).
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What is the electron configuration
for nitrogen, atomic number 7?
1s2 2s2 2p3
1s2 2s3 2p2
1s2 2s3 2p1
1s2 2s2 2p2 3s1
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2s
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3s
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2p
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2s
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2
1s
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2s
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2p
3
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1s
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2.
3.
4.
The electron notation for
aluminum (atomic number 13) is
1s2 2s2 2p3 3s2 3p3 3d1.
1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 2d1.
1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p1.
1s2 2s2 2p9.
.
2p
9
.
2s
2
3p
1
1s
2
3s
2
2
2s
2
2p
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3s
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1s
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2s
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2s
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1s
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2.
3.
4.
If the s and p orbitals of the highest main
energy level of an atom are filled with
electrons, the atom has a(n)
1. electron pair.
2. octet.
3. empty d orbital.
4. electron in an
excited state.
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3.
4.
The number of electrons in the highest
energy level of the argon atom (atomic
number 18) is
10.
2.
6.
8.
If an element has an octet of electrons in its
highest main energy level, there are ____
electrons in this level.
1. 2
2. 8
3. 10
4. 32
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An element with 8 electrons in its
highest main energy level is a(n)
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1. octet element.
2. third period
element.
3. Aufbau element.
4. noble gas.
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The three main groups of elements
are metals, nonmetals, and
1. inert gases.
2. alkali metals.
3. radioactive
isotopes.
4. metalloids.
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Most elements are
metals.
nonmetals.
metalloids.
semiconductors.
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Elements that do not conduct
heat and electricity well are
called insulators or ____.
metals.
nonmetals.
metalloids.
semiconductors.
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Alkaline-Earth metals are
elements in group
1
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3-12
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Halogens are elements in group
1
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Most elements on the right side
of the periodic table are
semiconductors.
metals.
nonmetals.
metalloids.
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Which of the following is not
true of noble gases?
1. They are highly
reactive.
2. They exist as single
atoms.
3. They belong to
Group 18.
4. They are nonmetals.
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Which statement about noble
gases is correct?
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They form compounds
with very bright colors.
They exist as single
atoms rather than as
molecules.
They are highly reactive
with both metals and
nonmetals.
They are extremely rare
in nature.
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Group 18 noble gases are
relatively inert because
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they readily form
positive ions.
they can have either a
positive or a negative
charge.
their outermost energy
level is missing one
electron.
their s and p orbitals are
filled.
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Which is not a family of the
periodic table?
1. alkaline-earth
metals
2. Transition metals
3. halogens
4. noble gases
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Elements that share properties of both
metals and nonmetals are called
ions.
periods.
semiconductors.
valences.
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The charge of an atom is
positive.
neutral.
negative.
unbalanced.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
The charge of a compound is
positive.
neutral.
negative.
unbalanced.
0%
tiv
e
ce
d.
.
0%
un
ba
la
n
ga
ne
ut
ra
l
.
0%
ne
si
tiv
e.
0%
po
1.
2.
3.
4.
Team Final Scores
5855
5813.3
3
5603.3
3
5586.6
7
5523.3
3
Team 2
Team 4
Team 3
Team 1
Team 5

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