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1. Would elements: Potassium, Iron, Bromine, and Krypton be part of the same period or group? period
2. Would elements Boron, Aluminum, Gallium, and Thallium be part of the same period or group? group
3. An element has a Lewis Dot structure with 2 dots. What family does it belong to? alkaline earth metals
4. An element became an ion with a 1- charge, what family does it belong to? halogen
5. An element became an ion with a 1+ charge. What family does it belong to? alkali metal
6. What is the name of the family that calcium belongs to? alkaline earth metals
7. Which period represents elements that have 7 energy shells. 7
8. What is the name of the energy source produced from plants and animal wastes and is used for fuel and electricity? biomass
9. The type of energy that is produced by splitting uranium atoms. nuclear
10. This renewable source of energy often causes noise pollution. wind energy
11. This renewable source of energy creates green -house gases and is not considered a “clean” source of energy. biomass
12. This type of energy is known for having drawbacks such as: droughts, floods, disturbance of crops and wildlife, and disturbing the migration of certain fish. hydroelectric energy
13. This type of energy would chiefly be found near coastal areas. tidal energy
14. This nonrenewable source of energy is formed from ancient plant and animal material, and produces green-house gases when burned. fossil fuels
15. This is where fresh and salt water meet. estuary
16. What pH range should a healthy body of water have? 6.5-8.5
17. This is the amount of particles a body of water has. turbidity
18. This is an overgrowth of algae. algae bloom (algal bloom)
19. This is the cause of an overgrowth of algae. eutrophication
20. This is a rock body that contains water and allows water to pass through it. aquifer
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