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Periodic Trends Review. Question 1. Which of these elements would have the lowest first ionization energy ? A Element D B Element B C Element C D Element A. ANSWER #1. A Element D. Question 2. Of the following elements, which one would have the smallest radius?

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question 1
Question 1

Which of these elements would have the lowest first ionization energy?

A Element D

B Element B

C Element C

D Element A

answer 1
ANSWER #1

A Element D

question 2
Question 2

Of the following elements, which one would

have the smallest radius?

A Nitrogen (N, atomic #7)

B Lithium (Li, atomic #3)

C Boron (B, atomic #5)

D Neon (Ne, atomic #10)

answer 2
ANSWER #2

D Neon (Ne, atomic #10)

question 3
Question 3

The energy required to remove an electron from

an atom is known as:

A electron affinity

B radioactivity

C electronegativity

D ionization energy

answer 3
ANSWER #3

D  ionization energy

question 4
Question 4

Of the following elements, which one would

have the smallest radius?

A Fluorine (F, atomic #9)

B Iodine (I, atomic #53)

C Chlorine (Cl, atomic #17)

D Bromine (Br, atomic #35)

answer 4
ANSWER #4

A Fluorine (F, atomic #9)

question 5
Question 5

Of the following elements, which one would

have the smallest ionization energy?

A Lithium (Li, atomic #3)

B Boron (B, atomic #5)

C Nitrogen (N, atomic #7)

D Neon (Ne, atomic #10)

answer 5
ANSWER #5

A  Lithium (Li, atomic #3)

question 6
Question 6

Generally speaking, the group of elements with

the highest first ionization energy is:

A Group 16

B Group 17

C Group 18

D Group 1

answer 6
ANSWER #6

C Group 18

question 7
Question 7

Given the representation of a chlorine atom,

which circle might represent an atom of

bromine?

A Circle C

B None of these

C Circle B

D Circle D

answer 7
ANSWER #7

D circle D

question 8
Question 8

As one moves from down ( ↓ ) a group on the

periodic table, the ionization energy of the

elements encountered tends to:

A decrease

B stay the same

C increase

answer 8
ANSWER #8

A decrease

question 9
Question 9

The most active metals are located in the:

A)upper right hand corner of the periodic table

B)lower left hand corner of the periodic table

C)lower right hand corner of the periodic table

D)upper left hand corner of the periodic table

answer 9
ANSWER #9

B)lower left hand corner of the periodic table

question 10
Question 10

The elements with the largest atomic radii are

found in the:

A upper left-hand corner of the periodic table

B lower left-hand corner of the periodic table

C upper right-hand corner of the periodic table

D lower right-hand corner of the periodic table

answer 10
ANSWER #10

B lower left-hand corner of the periodic table

question 11
Question 11

The measure of the attraction that an atom has

for electrons involved in chemical bonds is

known as:

A ionization energy

B electron affinity

C radioactivity

D electronegativity

answer 11
ANSWER #11

D electronegativity

question 12
Question 12

The least electronegative elements are the:

A Metalloids

B Alkali metals

C Halogens

D Noble gases

answer 12
ANSWER #12

B Alkali metals

question 13
Question 13

Of the following elements, which one would

have the largest radius?

A Neon (Ne, atomic #10)

B Lithium (Li, atomic #3)

C Boron (B, atomic #5)

D Nitrogen (N, atomic #7)

answer 13
ANSWER #13

B Lithium (Li, atomic #3)

question 14
Question 14

A vertical column ( ↓ ) of elements on the

periodic table may also be referred to as a:

A group

B period

C family

D series

answer 14
ANSWER #14

A group

C family

question 15
Question 15

The elements with the smallest atomic radii are

found in the:

A upper left-hand corner of the periodic table

B upper right-hand corner of the periodic table

C lower left-hand corner of the periodic table

D lower right-hand corner of the periodic table

answer 15
ANSWER #15

B upper right-hand corner of the periodic table

question 16
Question 16

As one moves from down ( ↓ ) a group on the

periodic table, the atomic radius of the elements

encountered tends to:

A increase

B stay the same

C decrease

answer 16
ANSWER #16

A increase

question 17
Question 17

As one moves from left to right ( → ) within a

period across the periodic table, the atomic

radius of the elements encountered tends to:

A stay the same

B increase

C decrease

answer 17
ANSWER #17

C decrease

question 18
Question 18

As one moves from left to right ( → ) within a

period across the periodic table, the ionization

energy of the elements encountered tends to:

A stay the same

B decrease

C increase

answer 18
ANSWER #18

C increase

question 19
Question 19

Given the representation of a chlorine atom,

which circle might a chloride ion, Cl-?

A Circle D

B None of these

C Circle B

D Circle C

answer 19
ANSWER #19

A Circle D

question 20
Question 20

As one moves from down ( ↓ ) a group on the

periodic table, the electronegativity of the

elements encountered tends to:

A decrease

B increase

C stay the same

answer 20
ANSWER #20

A decrease

question 21
Question 21

Given the representation of a chlorine atom,

which circle might represent an atom of argon?

A Circle C

B Circle B

C None of these

D Circle D

answer 21
ANSWER #21

B Circle B

question 22
Question 22

Of the following elements, which one would

have the largest radius?

A Sodium (Na, atomic #11)

B Cesium (Cs, atomic #55)

C Hydrogen (H, atomic #1)

D Potassium (K, atomic #19)

answer 22
ANSWER #22

B Cesium (Cs, atomic #55)

question 23
Question 23

Cations have a ______________ charge and are

______________ than the atoms from which

they formed.

A positive/larger

B positive/smaller

C negative/smaller

D negative/larger

answer 23
ANSWER #23

B positive/smaller

question 24
Question 24

Of the following elements, which one would

have the largest electronegativity?

A Bromine (Br, atomic #35)

B Chlorine (Cl, atomic #17)

C Fluorine (F, atomic #9)

D Iodine (I, atomic #53)

answer 24
ANSWER #24

C Fluorine (F, atomic #9)

question 25
Question 25

Of the following elements, which one would

have the largest ionization energy?

A Cesium (Cs, atomic #55)

B Sodium (Na, atomic #11)

C Potassium (K, atomic #19)

D Hydrogen (H, atomic #1)

answer 25
Answer 25

D Hydrogen (H, atomic #1)

question 26
Question 26

Given the representation of a chlorine atom,

which circle might represent an atom of

fluorine?

A Circle D

B Circle C

C None of these

D Circle B

answer 26
ANSWER #26

D Circle B

question 27
Question 27

Anions have a ______________ charge and are

______________ than the atoms from which

they formed.

A positive/larger

B positive/smaller

C negative/larger

D negative/smaller

answer 27
ANSWER #27

C negative/larger

question 28
Question 28

A horizontal row ( → ) of elements on the

periodic table may also be referred to as a

A period

B group

C series

D family

answer 28
ANSWER #28

A period

C series

question 29
Question 29

Given the representation of a chlorine atom,

which circle might represent an atom of sulfur?

A Circle C

B None of these

C Circle D

D Circle B

answer 29
ANSWER #29

C Circle D

question 30
Question 30

As one moves from left to right ( → ) within a

period across the periodic table, the

electronegativityof the elements encountered

tends to:

A decrease

B stay the same

C increase

answer 30
ANSWER #30

C increase