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Q: Which group on the periodic table is known as the alkaline earth metal group?
Group IIA, group 2
None
Q: What happens to the atomic radius of an element as it travels down a group?
Increases
Q: What happens to the atomic radius of an element as it travels left to right across a period?
Decreases
Q: Group 1A on the periodic table is known as what?
Alkali metals
Q: What happens to ionization energy as it travels down a group on the periodic table?
Decreases
Q: What happens to ionization energy as it travels across a period on the periodic table?
Increases
Q: In the periodic table, what number is written above the element's symbol?
Atomic number
Q: In the periodic table, what number is written below the element's symbol?
Atomic mass
Q: Which has the smallest ionization energy: F, S, or As?
Arsenic
Q: Which of the following has the greater elecronegativity: N or O?
Oxygen
Q: Which has the greatest ionization energy: H, Li, or Na:
Hydrogen
Q: Which has greater electronegativity: Cl or I?
Chlorine
Q: The vertical columns on the periodic table are known as what?
Groups or families
Q: The horizontal rows on the periodic table are known as what?
Periods
Q: Which group on the periodic table is known as the "salt formers"?
Group VIIA
halogens
Q: What type of elements are generally poor conductors of heat and electricity?
Nonmetals
Q: In ionic bonds, which type of elements tend to form anions and which type tend to form cations?
Nonmetals-anions
Metals-cations
Q: The average masses of each element on the periodic table represent what?
Avg. masses of all isotopes of an element
Q: Which of the following is most similar to Sr in chemical and physical properties: Li, At, Rb, Ba, or Cs?
Ba
Q: Which of the following metals forms cations of differing charges: K, Cs, Ba, Al, or Sn?
Tin
Q: What happens to atomic size as it goes from left to right on the periodic table?
Decreases due to pull of the nucleus on the electrons
Q: What happens to atomic size moving from top to bottom on the periodic table?
Additional energy levels make atomic radius bigger
Q: Which ions are smaller than their neutral atoms: cations or anions?
Cations
Q: How does shielding effect change moving from top top to bottom on the periodic table?
Additional energy levels increases the shielding effect.
What is the family name for the inert gases?
Noble gases
None
Q: What happens to ionic size moving down a group in the periodic table?
Increases
Q: Which ions are larger than their neutral atoms: cations or anions? A: Anions
Anions
Q: What happens to electron affinity moving from left to right on the periodic table?
Increases
Q: What happens to electronegativity moving from left to right on the periodic table?
Increases
Q: What happens to electronegativity moving down a group on the periodic table?
Decreases
Q: Arrange the following in order of increasing size: Te, I, Xe
Xe< I < Te
Q: Put the following in order of increasing electronegativity: Se, Ge, Sn
Sn < Ge < Se