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Unit Quiz

Atomic structure and periodic table

This quiz will help you to assess your learning of key concepts and knowledge in this unit.

Q1.When a liquid EVAPORATES, what happens to the MOVEMENT of the particles?

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Q2.When a liquid CONDENSES, what happens to the ARRANGEMENT of the particles?

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Q3.Name the process by which a gas will turn into a liquid.

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Q4.A student separates a mixture of dyes using chromatography. How many dyes are in the mixture shown in the diagram?

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Q5.A student separates a mixture of dyes using chromatography. Which dyes are in the mixture shown in the diagram?

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Q6.In which part of the atom are protons and neutrons found?

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Q7.What is the CHARGE of a proton

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Q8.What is the CHARGE of an electron?

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Q9.What is the mass of a neutron?

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Q10.What does the atomic number represent?

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Q11.What does the atomic mass represent?

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Q12.Lithium has an atomic mass of 7 and an atomic number of 3. How many protons are there in lithium?

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Q13.Lithium has an atomic mass of 7 and an atomic number of 3. How many electrons are there in lithium?

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Q14.Lithium has an atomic mass of 7 and an atomic number of 3. How many neutrons are there in lithium?

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Q15.What is an element?

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Q16.How many electrons are there in a magnesium atom? You will need to use your periodic table to answer this question.

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Q17.What is the electron configuration of magnesium? You will need to use your periodic table to answer this question.

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Q18.What group is sodium in? You will need to use your periodic table to answer this question.

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Q19.How many electrons does chlorine have in its outer shell? You will need to use your periodic table to answer this question.

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Q20.What are the columns called on the periodic table?

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Q21.What does the group number represent?

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Q22.In the early periodic table, what was used to arrange the elements?

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Q23.How many ELEMENTS are shown in the image?

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Q24.What name is given to group 1 elements?

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Q25.What gas is produced when an alkali metal reacts with water?

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Q26.As you go down group 1, the reactivity....

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Q27.What is the name given to group 0 elements?

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Q28.Why are group 0 elements so unreactive?

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Q29.Describe how the boiling and melting point of group 7 elements changes as you go down the group?

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Q30.Filtration is used to...

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Q31.What physical property is used to separate a mixture of two liquids during distillation?

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Q32.Who discovered the plum pudding model?

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Q33.Which scientist discovered the neutron?

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Q34.Which statement best describes the arrangement of electrons in plum pudding model?

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Q35.Which one of the following scientists was involved in developing the nuclear model?

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Q36.What happens to the boiling point of noble gases as you go down the group?

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Q37.Describe the reactivity of group 7 elements as you go down the group.

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Q38.True or false: Transition metals are less dense than group 1 metals

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Q39.Which of these properties of transition metals makes it useful for use in paints and dyes?

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Q40.What is the charge of copper ions in copper (II) sulfate?

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Q41.What is an isotope?

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Q42.Calculate the relative atomic mass for copper. Give your answer to 3 significant figures

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