1) Something that speeds up reactions by lowering the activation level a) Catalyst b) Electronic configuration of Potassium c) How the periodic table is arranged d) Earth Metals 2) A material with only one type of atom a) Dmitri Mendeleev b) Element c) Mixture d) Compound 3) 2 or more elements chemically bonded together a) Compound b) Mixture c) Halogens d) Non-Metals 4) 2 or more elements which can be separated without a reaction a) Mixture b) Catalyst c) Number of Neutrons d) Compound 5) Row in the Periodic Table (= number of electron shells) a) Period b) Halogens c) Alkali Metals d) Compound 6) Columns in the Periodic Table (= number of free electrons) a) Element b) Atomic Number c) Group d) Halogens 7) Dmitri Mendeleev a) The person who created the PTable b) Electronic configuration of Potassium c) How the periodic table is arranged d) Group 8) In order of the Atomic Number a) Group b) How the Periodic Table is arranged c) Ion d) Electronic configuration of Potassium 9) Limewater turns milky a) Test for O2   b) Alkali Metals c) Test for CO2   d) Isotope 10) Lit splint produces a squeaky pop a) Test for Hydrogen (H2) b) Noble Gases c) Metals d) Test for CO2 11) Glowing splint relights a) Number of Neutrons b) Transition Metals c) Test for CO2   d) Test for O2   12) Groups 1-3, plus Transitions and a few more a) Catalyst b) Metals c) Electronic configuration of Potassium d) Non-Metals 13) Groups 7, 0, plus a few more elements a) Metals b) Element c) Non-Metals d) Mass Number (aka RAM) 14) Number of Protons  a) Mass Number b) Element c) Ion d) Atomic Number 15) Number of Protons + Neutrons a) Mass Number (aka RAM) b) Compound c) Group d) Atomic Number 16) Charged particle, having transferred away or gained electrons a) Ion b) Atomic Number c) Catalyst d) Isotope 17) Mass Number minus Atomic Number a) Number of Neutrons b) Non-Metals c) Number of Electrons d) Earth Metals 18) Group 7 elements, eg. F, Cl, Br a) Noble Gases b) Earth Metals c) Halogens d) Catalyst 19) Group 2 elements, eg. Be, Mg, Ca a) Earth Metals b) Alkali Metals c) Period d) Compound 20) Group 1 elements, eg. Li, Na, K a) Period b) Earth Metals c) Compound d) Alkali Metals 21) Group 0 elements, eg. He, Ne, Ar a) Alkali Metals b) Noble Gases c) Transition Metals d) Catalyst 22) Elements with varying valencies, eg. Cu, Fe, Zn a) Transition Metals b) Earth Metals c) Noble Gases d) Mixture 23) Form of an element with different numbers of Neutrons, eg. C-12, C-14 a) Atomic Number b) Ion c) Isotope d) Number of Neutrons 24) 2, 8, 8, 1 (19 electrons in 4 shells, group 1) a) Electronic configuration of Carbon b) Electronic configuration of Potassium c) Electronic configuration of Lithium d) Electronic configuration of Hydrogen




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