Electron Config and Periodic Table

Electron Config and Periodic Table - Unit 4: Electron...

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Unit 4: Electron Configuration and Unit 5: Periodic Table and Trends – 50 point quiz (MC = 2 pts ea, SA = 10 pts) 1. Which element has atoms with the greatest attraction for electrons in a chemical bond? a. Be c. Li b. F d. O 2. Which trends are observed as each of the elements within Group 15 on the Periodic Table is considered in order from top to bottom? a. Their metallic properties decrease and their atomic radii decrease. b. Their metallic properties decrease and their atomic radii increase. c. Their metallic properties increase and their atomic radii decrease. d. Their metallic properties increase and their atomic radii increase. 3. A metal, M, forms an oxide with the general formula M 2 O. In which group on the Periodic Table could metal M be found? a. 1 c. 16 b. 2 d. 17 4. Which grouping of circles, when considered in order from the top to the bottom, best represents the relative size of the atoms Li, Na, K and Rb, respectively? a. b. c. d. 5. Element X is a solid that is brittle, lacks luster, and has six valence electrons. In which group on the Periodic Table would element X be found? a. 1 c. 15 b. 2 d. 16 6. As the atoms of the Group 17 elements in the ground state are considered from top to bottom, each successive element has a. The same number of valence electrons and similar chemical properties b. The same number of valence electrons and identical chemical properties c. An increasing number of valence electrons and similar chemical properties d. An increasing number of valence electrons and identical chemical properties 7. The elements in the Periodic Table are arranged in order of increasing a. Atomic number b. Atomic radius c. Mass number d. Neutron number 8. Which list consists of elements that have the most similar chemical properties? a. Mg, Al, and Si b. Mg, Ca, and Ba c. K, Al, and Ni d. K, Ca, and Ga 9. As a chlorine atom becomes a negative ion, the atom a. Gains an electron and its radius increases b. Gains an electron and its radius decreases c.
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