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Multiple Choice Quiz B



This activity contains 15 questions.

Question 1
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The atomic radius phosphorus is bigger than the atomic radii of which of these elements?

Si, O, As, N, Mg, Ca, Be
 
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Question 2
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Why does the atomic radius increase as you move down a group?
 
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Question 3
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On the basis of their positions in the periodic table, arrange these elements in order of increasing atomic radius: oxygen, sulfur, chlorine.
 
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Question 4
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When one or more electrons is added to a neutral atom,
 
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Question 5
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Which of these ions and elements can form an isoelectronic series?

Ar, Cl-, Br-, O2-, Ca2+.
 
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Question 6
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Based on their position in the periodic table, arrange these ions in order of increasing radius:

Cl-, K+, P3-, Ca2+.
 
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Question 7
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From their location in the periodic table, predict which of these elements has the fourth ionization energy: Be, B, C, or N.
 
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Question 8
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On the basis of their locations in the periodic table, which of these elements would you expect to have the lowest first ionization energy?

Al, Si, B, C
 
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Question 9
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Based on their positions in the periodic table, which of these elements will have the least negative electron affinity?
 
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Question 10
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On the basis of their positions in the periodic table, which of the following statements is true?
 
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Question 11
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This group includes the heaviest nonradioactive isotope. Members of this group commonly form oxidation states of -3, +3, and -5.
 
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Question 12
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Iodine is a member of what chemical family?
 
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Question 13
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The metals in this chemical family are commonly used in fireworks and form EX2 salts. Which chemical family is this?
 
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Question 14
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Which compound of nitrogen would you expect to be stable?
 
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Question 15
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Which family would have a moderately high first and second ionization energy but a prohibitively high third ionization energy?
 
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