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Science 8 2b

Review of the periodic table

Silicon exists in the __________ group. A) noble B) metal C) boron D) carbon carbon
Lanthanides are __________. A) easily confused with other metals B) nonmetals C) different from each other D) similar to each other similar to each other
Which element is a gas at room temperature? A) hydrogen B) carbon C) gold D) mercury hydrogen
Hg is the symbol for __________. A) helium B) silver C) hydrogen D) mercury mercury
The iron triad has __________ properties. A) no chemical B) nonmetallic C) magnetic D) unusual magnetic
Sulfuric acid contains which elements? A) sulfur, oxygen, and hydrogen B) sulfur, nitrogen, and phosphorus C) sulfur, nitrogen, and oxygen D) sulfur, helium, and hydrogen sulfur, oxygen, and hydrogen
Halogens form __________ when mixed with alkali metals. A) gases B) noble gases C) salts D) acids salts
Which gas is a noble gas? A) hydrogen B) ozone C) oxygen D) helium helium
Mendeleev arranged families of elements __________ in his periodic table. A) diagonally B) horizontally C) circularly D) vertically horitzontally
What is a common property of nonmetals? A) malleability B) shininess C) ductility D) poor conductors poor conductors
Noble gases __________ react with other elements. A) seldom B) violently C) always D) do not do not
Iron in hemoglobin transports __________ in the blood. A) helium B) carbon dioxide C) hydrogen D) oxygen oxygen
A(n) __________ of elements on the modern periodic table contains elements with similar chemical and physical properties. A) group B) family C) area D) zone group
All actinides are __________. A) gases B) radioactive C) non reactive D) nonmetals radioactive
Elements used in dentistry include __________. A) silver, gold, and platinum B) fluorine, chlorine, and bromine C) lead, silver, and mercury D) silver, fluorine, and mercury silver, fluorine, and mercury
__________ is an alkali metal. A) Barium B) Lead C) Sodium D) Magnesium sodium
The __________ contains the name, atomic number, symbol, and atomic mass of an element. A) letter B) element key C) property D) bulls eye element key
Which elements are essential for life? A) uranium and plutonium B) mercury and lead C) nitrogen and phosphorus D) gold and silver nitrogen and phosphorus
From left to right, what are the order of zones on a periodic table? A) nonmetals, metalloids, and metals B) metals, nonmetals, and metalloids C) metalloids, metals, and nonmetals D) metals, metalloids, and nonmetals metals, metalloids, and nonmetals
Which alkali metal element is most reactive? A. Li B. Na C. K D. Cs Cs
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