1) This tells you the number of protons in an element. a) atomic number b) atomic mass c) valence electrons d) row/period e) group/column f) element key 2) This is the total of protons and neutrons combined. a) atomic number b) atomic mass c) row/period d) group/column e) valence electrons f) element key 3) This tells you how many electron energy levels an element has. There are 7 of these. a) atomic number b) atomic mass c) valence electrons d) row/period e) group/column f) element key 4) These are the outermost electrons. In the farthest level from the nucleus.  a) atomic number b) atomic mass c) valence electrons d) row/period e) group/column f) element key 5) This tells you all about an element - including its symbol and name. a) atomic number b) atomic mass c) valence electrons d) row/period e) group/column f) element key 6) Elements that are in the same one of these, share properties.  There are 18 of these. a) atomic number b) atomic mass c) valence electrons d) row/period e) group/column f) element key 7) This means to allow electricity or heat to come through. a) conductivity b) malleability c) ductile d) metalloids 8) This means the substance can be hammered into thin sheets. a) conductivity b) malleability c) ductile d) metalloids 9) This means the substance can be pulled into thin wires. a) conductivity b) malleability c) ductile d) metalloids 10) This means it has properties of both metals and nonmetals. a) conductivity b) malleability c) ductile d) metalloids

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