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QuestionAnswer ChoicesAnswer
What is the atomic mass of Cerium? A. 140 B. 58 C. 141 D. 90 A. 140
Which group is Silver in? A. Alkali Metals B. Transition Metals C. Alkali Earth Metal D. Group B. Transition Metals
What period is Au in? A. 3 B. 7 C. 5 D. 4 C. 5
How many valence electrons does Argon have? A. 21 B. 5 C. 1 D. 8 D. 8
Which is NOT a pure substance? A. Lithium B. Salad C. Water D. Carbon B. Salad
Which of the following is a compound? A. Hydrogen B. Boron C. Oxygen D. Water D. Water
What group is Helium in? A. Noble Gases B. Transition Metals C. Halogens D. Alkali Earth Metals A. Noble Gases
Which is a chemical change? A. Ice melting B. Wood burning C. Bending a nail D. Crushing a can B. Wood burning
Which is not a metalloid? A. Boron B. Arsenic C. Silicon D. Aluminum D. Aluminum
What element is not in Alkali Metals? A. Lithium B. Cesium C. Hydrogen D. Sodium C. Hydrogen
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