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5-14 drills

1. Groups 3-12 is called what family? transition metals
2. Which family on the periodic table does not bond with any other elements? noble gases
3. Which family is the most reactive metals on the periodic table? alkali metals
4. Which family is the most reactive nonmetals on the periodic table? halogens
5. Which family would most easily react with the Alkali Metals? halogens
6. Which of the following would be considered a semi-conductor: Aluminum, Beryllium, Boron, or Nitrogen? boron
7. What element is above the Alkali Metals, but does not belong to the Alkali Metals? hydrogen group
8. What are the 2 liquids on the periodic table? mercury and bromine
9. Of these 2 liquids, ________________ is a metal while ____________________ is a nonmetal. mercury, bromine
10. The properties ductile, malleable, good conductors of heat and electricity all are characteristics of the group represented by which family on the periodic table? transition metals
11. What element is most commonly used as a disinfectant in the water treatment system? chlorine
12. Some facilities use _______ to disinfect the remaining water during the water treatment process (not same answer as #11). UV treatment
13. This is the process where excessive amounts of nitrates and phosphates enters a body of water. Algae blooms form and oxygen levels decrease. eutrophication
14. 2 similar factors of estuaries and upwelling are? both provide rich nutrients and are located at the coast
15. _______________ and _______________ are added to the aeration tank during the secondary treatment of the water treatment. bacteria and oxygen
Created by: tiffany.green74



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