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A column in the periodic
table
– 10 Points
Energy required to remove
an electron – 20 Points
An atom’s ability to attract
electrons – 30 Points
A row in the periodic table
– 40 Points
A negatively charged atom
– 50 Points
This group of elements has
no electronegativity
– 10 Points
The most electronegative
element in period 1
– 20 Points
The most electronegative
element in group 3
– 30 Points
Has the highest ionization
energy of amongst Na, K, F,
and Ar
– 40 Points
The most electronegative
element in period 1
– 50 Points
The largest atomic radius in
period 2
– 10 Points
The largest atomic radius in
group 4
– 20 Points
The smallest radius amongst
Na+, Na, and K
– 30 Points
The largest radius amongst
Na+, Na, and K
– 40 Points
The direction of increasing
atomic radius in a group
– 50 Points
The name of group 1 (except
H)
– 10 Points
The name of elements that
have d orbital fillings
– 20 Points
The name of group 2
– 30 Points
The name of most reactive
non metals
– 40 Points
The name of the group that
has a complete octet
– 50 Points
These substances include
oxygen and neon
– 10 Points
These substances are good
conductors of heat and
electricity
– 20 Points
This group of elements
includes B and As but not Al
– 30 Points
This group of elements are
brittle and dull
– 40 Points
This group of elements are
radioactive and malleable
materials
– 50 Points