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1 Chapter 5 – The Periodic Table
Unit 4 Exam Review

2 Question 1 The number 97 represents: a. the atomic number c.
the year Berkelium was discovered b. the atomic mass d. the density

3 Question 1 The number 97 represents: a. the atomic number c.
the year Berkelium was discovered b. the atomic mass d. the density

4 Question 2 What do the letters Bk represent in the above figure? a.
The highest filled electron cloud c. The family of berkelium b. The period of berkelium d. The chemical symbol of berkelium

5 Question 2 What do the letters Bk represent in the above figure? a.
The highest filled electron cloud c. The family of berkelium b. The period of berkelium d. The chemical symbol of berkelium

6 Question 3 The number 247.00 in the above figure represents: a.
The atomic mass c. The electrons b. The density d. The atomic number

7 Question 3 The number 247.00 in the above figure represents: a.
The atomic mass c. The electrons b. The density d. The atomic number

8 Question 4 The atomic mass of an element is: a. Protons plus electrons
The number of protons b. Twice the number of protons d. Protons plus neutrons

9 Question 4 The atomic mass of an element is: a. Protons plus electrons
The number of protons b. Twice the number of protons d. Protons plus neutrons

10 Question 5 The unit for atomic mass is the: a. gram c.
atomic mass unit b. pound d. newton

11 Question 5 The unit for atomic mass is the: a. gram c.
atomic mass unit b. pound d. newton

12 Question 6 Mendeleev arranged the known chemical elements in a table according to increasing a. atomic number c. mass b. number of protons d. number of electrons

13 Question 6 Mendeleev arranged the known chemical elements in a table according to increasing a. atomic number c. mass b. number of protons d. number of electrons

14 Question 7 When moving from left to right across a row of the periodic table, which of the following values increases by exactly one from element to element? a. atomic mass unit c. atomic number b. mass number d. isotope number

15 Question 7 When moving from left to right across a row of the periodic table, which of the following values increases by exactly one from element to element? a. atomic mass unit c. atomic number b. mass number d. isotope number

16 Question 8 In the periodic table, the periods are the a.
blocks of similar elements c. vertical columns b. chemical families d. horizontal rows

17 Question 8 In the periodic table, the periods are the a.
blocks of similar elements c. vertical columns b. chemical families d. horizontal rows

18 Question 9 The figure below shows a portion of a blank periodic table. Identify the segments labeled A and B. a. A and B are both groups c. A and B are both periods b. A is a group and B is a period d. A is a period and B is a group

19 Question 9 The figure below shows a portion of a blank periodic table. Identify the segments labeled A and B. a. A and B are both groups c. A and B are both periods b. A is a group and B is a period d. A is a period and B is a group

20 Question 10 Region 1 in the periodic table above is known as: a.
the alkali metals c. the halogens b. the transition metals d. the metalloids

21 Question 10 Region 1 in the periodic table above is known as: a.
the alkali metals c. the halogens b. the transition metals d. the metalloids

22 Question 11 Region 2 in the periodic table above is known as: a.
the transition metals c. the alkali metals b. the halogens d. the metalloids

23 Question 11 Region 2 in the periodic table above is known as: a.
the transition metals c. the alkali metals b. the halogens d. the metalloids

24 Question 12 Region 3 in the periodic table above is known as: a.
the transition metals c. the metalloids b. the alkali metals d. the halogens

25 Question 12 Region 3 in the periodic table above is known as: a.
the transition metals c. the metalloids b. the alkali metals d. the halogens

26 Question 13 Region A in the periodic table above contains a.
the metalloids c. nonmetals b. mostly metals d. all metals

27 Question 13 Region A in the periodic table above contains a.
the metalloids c. nonmetals b. mostly metals d. all metals

28 Question 14 Region B in the periodic table above contains a. nonmetals
the metalloids b. all metals d. mostly metals

29 Question 14 Region B in the periodic table above contains a. nonmetals
the metalloids b. all metals d. mostly metals

30 Question 15 Region C in the periodic table above contains a.
the metalloids c. nonmetals b. all metals d. mostly metals

31 Question 15 Region C in the periodic table above contains a.
the metalloids c. nonmetals b. all metals d. mostly metals

32 Question 16 How many valence electrons do members of the boron family have? a. One c. Five b. Two d. Three

33 Question 16 How many valence electrons do members of the boron family have? a. One c. Five b. Two d. Three

34 Question 17 The elements located in group 7A of the periodic table (also known as group 17) are called the: a. halogens c. alkaline earth metals b. noble gases d. alkali metals

35 Question 17 The elements located in group 7A of the periodic table (also known as group 17) are called the: a. halogens c. alkaline earth metals b. noble gases d. alkali metals

36 Question 18 The elements in group 8A (also known as column 18) of the periodic table are called: a. alkali metals c. alkaline earth metals b. noble gases d. halogens

37 Question 18 The elements in group 8A (also known as column 18) of the periodic table are called: a. alkali metals c. alkaline earth metals b. noble gases d. halogens

38 Question 19 Which of the following categories includes the majority of the elements? a. Metalloids c. Liquids b. Metals d. Nonmetals

39 Question 19 Which of the following categories includes the majority of the elements? a. Metalloids c. Liquids b. Metals d. Nonmetals

40 Question 20 Which list of elements contains only metals? a.
Potassium, calcium, sodium c. Potassium, sodium, oxygen b. Oxygen, nitrogen, chlorine d. Nitrogen, potassium, calcium

41 Question 20 Which list of elements contains only metals? a.
Potassium, calcium, sodium c. Potassium, sodium, oxygen b. Oxygen, nitrogen, chlorine d. Nitrogen, potassium, calcium

42 Question 21 Which of the following is a transition metal? a. Boron c.
Nitrogen b. Copper d. Potassium

43 Question 21 Which of the following is a transition metal? a. Boron c.
Nitrogen b. Copper d. Potassium

44 Question 22 Malleability and ductility are characteristics of: a.
nonmetals c. all elements b. metalloids (semimetals) d. metals

45 Question 22 Malleability and ductility are characteristics of: a.
nonmetals c. all elements b. metalloids (semimetals) d. metals

46 Question 23 Elements that share properties of both metals and nonmetals are called a. noble gases c. alkali metals b. metalloids d. ions

47 Question 23 Elements that share properties of both metals and nonmetals are called a. noble gases c. alkali metals b. metalloids d. ions

48 Question 24 Nonmetals tend to be a. malleable c. brittle b.
good conductors of heat d. ductile

49 Question 24 Nonmetals tend to be a. malleable c. brittle b.
good conductors of heat d. ductile

50 Question 25 Elements that belong to the same group have the same number of a. electron shells c. total electrons b. valence electrons d. inner electrons

51 Question 25 Elements that belong to the same group have the same number of a. electron shells c. total electrons b. valence electrons d. inner electrons

52 Question 26 Looking at the alkali metals, the ability to react with other substances: a. varies in an unpredictable way c. decreases from top to bottom within the group b. does not change among members of the group d. increases from top to bottom within the group

53 Question 26 Looking at the alkali metals, the ability to react with other substances: a. varies in an unpredictable way c. decreases from top to bottom within the group b. does not change among members of the group d. increases from top to bottom within the group

54 Question 27 Which halogen is most likely to react? a. bromine (Br) c.
chlorine (Cl) b. fluorine (F) d. iodine (I)

55 Question 27 Which halogen is most likely to react? a. bromine (Br) c.
chlorine (Cl) b. fluorine (F) d. iodine (I)

56 Question 28 Sodium reacts very violently when it comes in contact with water. Based on periodic trends, which of the following elements would be most dangerous to drop in water since it would react the fastest and most violently? a. Hydrogen c. Potassium b. Lithium d. Cesium

57 Question 28 Sodium reacts very violently when it comes in contact with water. Based on periodic trends, which of the following elements would be most dangerous to drop in water since it would react the fastest and most violently? a. Hydrogen c. Potassium b. Lithium d. Cesium

58 Question 29 Two highly reactive elements in period 2 are the metal lithium and the nonmetal: a. Fluorine c. Neon b. Boron d. Arsenic

59 Question 29 Two highly reactive elements in period 2 are the metal lithium and the nonmetal: a. Fluorine c. Neon b. Boron d. Arsenic

60 Question 30 Group 7A (column 17) of the periodic table contains the a.
most reactive metals c. least reactive metals b. least reactive nonmetals d. most reactive nonmetals

61 Question 30 Group 7A (column 17) of the periodic table contains the a.
most reactive metals c. least reactive metals b. least reactive nonmetals d. most reactive nonmetals

62 Question 31 Atoms of the most reactive elements tend to have a.
four or five valence electrons c. one or seven valence electrons b. no valence electrons d. eight valence electrons

63 Question 31 Atoms of the most reactive elements tend to have a.
four or five valence electrons c. one or seven valence electrons b. no valence electrons d. eight valence electrons

64 Question 32 As you move from LEFT to RIGHT across a period, the number of valence electrons a. stays the same c. increases b. increases and then decreases d. decreases

65 Question 32 As you move from LEFT to RIGHT across a period, the number of valence electrons a. stays the same c. increases b. increases and then decreases d. decreases

66 Question 33 Compared with group 2A, the elements in group 5A have a.
more valence electrons c. fewer valence electrons b. more atoms d. more isotopes

67 Question 33 Compared with group 2A, the elements in group 5A have a.
more valence electrons c. fewer valence electrons b. more atoms d. more isotopes

68 Question 34 Which element is the most reactive? a. Francium (Fr) c.
Potassium (K) b. Lithium (Li) d. Sodium (Na)

69 Question 34 Which element is the most reactive? a. Francium (Fr) c.
Potassium (K) b. Lithium (Li) d. Sodium (Na)

70 Question 35 Which one of the following is the most reactive? a.
Chlorine (Cl) c. Fluorine (F) b. Iodine (I) d. Bromine (Br)

71 Question 35 Which one of the following is the most reactive? a.
Chlorine (Cl) c. Fluorine (F) b. Iodine (I) d. Bromine (Br)

72 Question 36 The amount of energy needed to remove an electron is a.
Electronegativity c. Ionization Energy b. Reactivity d. Atomic Radius

73 Question 36 The amount of energy needed to remove an electron is a.
Electronegativity c. Ionization Energy b. Reactivity d. Atomic Radius

74 Question 37 The ability of an atom to attract or gain an electron is
Electron Activity c. Ionization Energy b. Electronegativity d. Reactivity

75 Question 37 The ability of an atom to attract or gain an electron is
Electron Activity c. Ionization Energy b. Electronegativity d. Reactivity

76 Question 38 Ionization Energy across a period a.
Increases from left to right c. Increases from right to left b. Decreases from left to right d. Does not change across a period

77 Question 38 Ionization Energy across a period a.
Increases from left to right c. Increases from right to left b. Decreases from left to right d. Does not change across a period

78 Question 39 Electronegativity within a group a.
Increases from top to bottom c. Decreases from bottom to top b. Increases from bottom to top d. Does not change within a group

79 Question 39 Electronegativity within a group a.
Increases from top to bottom c. Decreases from bottom to top b. Increases from bottom to top d. Does not change within a group

80 Question 40 Which one of the following elements has the highest Ionization Energy? a. Lithium (Li) c. Potassium (K) b. Francium (Fr) d. Cesium (Cs)

81 Question 40 Which one of the following elements has the highest Ionization Energy? a. Lithium (Li) c. Potassium (K) b. Francium (Fr) d. Cesium (Cs)

82 Question 41 Which one of the following elements has the lowest Ionization Energy? a. Lithium (Li) c. Potassium (K) b. Francium (Fr) d. Cesium (Cs)

83 Question 41 Which one of the following elements has the lowest Ionization Energy? a. Lithium (Li) c. Potassium (K) b. Francium (Fr) d. Cesium (Cs)

84 Question 42 Which one of the following elements has the highest Electronegativity? a. Chlorine (Cl) c. Neon (N) b. Fluorine (F) d. Bromine (Br)

85 Question 42 Which one of the following elements has the highest Electronegativity? a. Chlorine (Cl) c. Neon (N) b. Fluorine (F) d. Bromine (Br)

86 Question 43 Which one of the following elements has the lowest Electronegativity? a. Chlorine (Cl) c. Neon (N) b. Fluorine (F) d. Bromine (Br)

87 Question 43 Which one of the following elements has the lowest Electronegativity? a. Chlorine (Cl) c. Neon (N) b. Fluorine (F) d. Bromine (Br)

88 Question 44 Which one of the following elements has the largest atomic radius? a. Francium (Fr) c. Uranium (U) b. Cesium (Cs) d. Radon (Rn)

89 Question 44 Which one of the following elements has the largest atomic radius? a. Francium (Fr) c. Uranium (U) b. Cesium (Cs) d. Radon (Rn)

90 Question 45 Which one of the following elements has the smallest atomic Radius? a. Lithium (Li) c. Hydrogen (H) b. Francium (Fr) d. Helium (He)

91 Question 45 Which one of the following elements has the smallest atomic Radius? a. Lithium (Li) c. Hydrogen (H) b. Francium (Fr) d. Helium (He)


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