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PERIODIC TRENDS PRACTICE QUIZ
1.
Of the following elements, which
one would have the largest
ionization energy?
a. Potassium
b. Sodium
c. Hydrogen
d. Cesium
2. A horizontal row of elements on the
periodic table may also be referred
to as a
a. Period
b. Series
c. Group
d. Family
3. Of the following elements, which
one would have the smallest atomic
radius?
a. Lithium
b. Neon
c. Nitrogen
d. Boron
4. Of the following elements, which
one would have the largest atomic
radius?
a. Cesium
b. Potassium
c. Hydrogen
d. Sodium
5. As one moves down a group on the
periodic table, the atomic radius of
the elements tends to
a. Decrease
b. Increase
c. Stay the same
6. Of the following elements, which
one would have the largest
electronegativity?
a. Bromine
b. Chlorine
c. Iodine
d. Fluorine
7. The elements with the smallest
atomic radii are found in the
a. Lower right-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. Upper left-hand corner of
the periodic table.
8. Of the following elements, which
one would have the smallest
ionization energy?
a. Neon
b. Lithium
c. Boron
d. Nitrogen
9. As one moves from left to right
within a period, the ionization
energy of the elements tends to
a. Increase.
b. Decrease.
c. Stay the Same.
10. The measure of the attraction that
an atom has for electrons involved in
chemical bonds is known as
a. Radioactivity.
b. Ionization Energy.
c. Electronegativity.
d. Electron Affinity.
11. The energy required to remove an
electron from an atom is known as
a. Electron Affinity.
b. Ionization Energy.
c. Radioactivity.
d. Electronegativity.
16. The least electronegative elements
are the
a. Halogens
b. Metalloids
c. Noble Gases
d. Alkali Metals
12. As one moves from left to right
within a period, the atomic radius of
the elements tends to
a. Stay the same.
b. Decrease.
c. Increase.
17. Cations have a _________ charge
and are _________ than the
original atoms.
a. Positive, Larger
b. Negative, Smaller
c. Positive, Smaller
d. Negative, Larger
13. Anions have a _________ charge
and are _________ than the
original atoms.
a. Positive, Larger
b. Negative, Smaller
c. Positive, Smaller
d. Negative, Larger
14. As one moves from left to right
within a period, the
electronegativity of the elements
tends to
a. Increase.
b. Decrease.
c. Stay the same.
15. The elements with the largest
electronegativity are found in the
a. Lower right-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. Upper left-hand corner of
the periodic table.
18. Of the following elements, which
one would have the largest radius?
a. Lithium
b. Boron
c. Nitrogen
d. Neon
19. Generally speaking, the group with
the highest ionization energy is
a. Group 6A
b. Group 7A
c. Group 1A
d. Group 8A
20. Of the following elements, which
one would have the smallest radius?
a. Iodine
b. Fluorine
c. Chlorine
d. Bromine