C4 Quiz

Based on the grade booster checklists in my revision guide.

How are elements arranged in the Periodic Table?
By patterns
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What is inside of an atom's nucleus?
Protons and neutrons
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How many electrons can the first shell hold?
2
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How many electrons can the second shell hold?
8
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What is a row in the Periodic Table called?
A period
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What is a column in the Periodic Table called?
A group
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What do halogens react with?
Group 1 metals
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Do ionic compounds conduct electricity?
Yes, but only when they're dissolved in water or molten
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Why can't ionic compounds always conduct electricity?
They can only do it when their ions are free to move
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Which three scientists contributed to the Periodic Table?
Döbereiner, Newlands, and Mendeleev
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What is unique to each element?
Its flame colour and line spectrum
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What does the proton number tell us?
The number of electrons
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What do halogens contain?
Diatomic molecules
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What happens to halogens as you go down the group?
They get less reactive
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What can more reactive halogens do?
Displace less reactive halogens
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What is the electron arrangement linked to?
Its place in the Periodic Table and its reactivity
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When are Group 1 elements more reactive?
When they have more electron shells
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When are halogens more reactive?
When they have less electron shells
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When are positive ions formed?
When atoms lose electrons
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When are negative ions formed?
When atoms gain electrons
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What does the formula of an ionic compound contain?
A balance of positive and negative ions
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What is inside of an atom's nucleus?

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Protons and neutrons

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How many electrons can the first shell hold?

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How many electrons can the second shell hold?

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What is a row in the Periodic Table called?

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