Q3 Name 3 transition metals with an average atomic mass between 177 and 201
Q4 Where is the atomic mass? What is the atomic number? What is Hg? 80 Hg 200.59
Q5 Write the full name for each element whose symbol is listed below: Au, Pb, Ag, K, Fe, Mn, Mg, Cu, Sn, Sb, As, Na
Q6 What element is in the 4 th group, 3 rd period of the periodic table?
Q7 Is Cobalt: a.A metal, non-metal, metalloid? b.Belong to the Alkali, Alkaline Earth, Transition, Halogen, Noble Gases family? c.Solid, liquid, or gas at room temperature
Q8 Find the elements that fit the group Noble Gases Alkali Group Alkaline earths Actinides
Q9 What amount of reaction do you think will occur if a alkali metal atom meets a halogen atom?
Q10 Use a periodic table to answer the following questions. a.Is sulfur a metal, a nonmetal, or a metalloid? b.What is the number of the period for copper? c.What is the name of the group for lithium?
Q11 Use a periodic table to answer the following questions. a.Is zinc a metal, a nonmetal, or a metalloid? b.What is the name of the group for bromine? c.What is the number of the period for xenon?
Q12 The Group VIIIA elements are called (A)alkali metals (B) alkaline earth metals (C) noble gases (D) halogens
Q13 Which of the following is a transition metal? (A)Na (B) Sn (C) Al (D) Fe
Q14 Which of the following is a nonmetal? (A)Se (B) Sr (C) Sm (D) Sn
Q15 Bromine (Br)’s family is called (A)Bromine does not have a family name (B) nonmetal (C) halogen (D) noble gas (E) Lanthanide
Q16 The least reactive group of elements on the periodic table is the (A)alkali metals (B) noble gases (C) halogens (D) transition metals
Q17 The Group IIA elements are called the (A)alkali metals (B) alkaline earth metals (C) noble gases (D) halogens.
Question 18 For element Xe Write out full name Tell its group and period numbers Tell group name, if applicable Identify its atomic number and mass Determine level of reactivity (high, medium, low, none) Is element a metal, nonmetal, or metalloid
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