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Patterns in the periodic table - Test

1.

Select the element in Period 3 which has the highest boiling point.graph showing melting points of period 3 elements

2.

Select the element in Period 3 which has the weakest forces of attraction between its atoms.

3.

Select the alkali metal which has the strongest forces between its atoms.

4.

On descending Group 0 Noble Gases, the melting points and boiling points

5.

Select the correct explanation for a decrease in atomic size on crossing a period in the Periodic Table.

6.

The general trend in first ionisation energy on going down a group is

7.

Choose the correct explanations for the change in first ionisation energy on descending a Group in the Periodic Table.

8.

Choose the correct explanation for the change in first ionisation energy on crossing a period in the Periodic Table.

9.

Select the equation that shows the second ionisation energy for calcium.

10.

On crossing a period in the Periodic Table from left to right, the electronegativity values:

11.

On descending a group in the Periodic Table, the electronegativity values:

12.

An atom with a high electronegativity value will have

13.

Select the group for which no values for electronegativity are quoted in the data booklet.