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Which atom has the largest atomic radius, Al or B?

Al

Which atom has the largest atomic radius, Na or Al?

Na

Which atom has the largest atomic radius, S or O?

O

Which atom has the largest atomic radius, O or F?

O

Which atom has the largest atomic radius, Br or Cl?

Br

Which atom has the largest atomic radius, Mg or Ca?

W

Which atom has the greatest ionization energy, Li or Be?

Be

Which atom has the greatest ionization energy, Ca or Ba?

Ca

Which atom has the greatest ionization energy, Na or K?

Na

Which atom has the greatest ionization energy, P or Ar?

Ar

Which atom has the greatest ionization energy, Cl or Si?

Cl

Which atom has the greatest ionization energy, Li or K?

Li

Which atom has the greater electronegativity, Ca or Ga?

Ga

Which atom has the greater electronegativity, Br or As?

Br


Which atom has the greater electronegativity, Li or O?

O

Which atom has the greater electronegativity, Ba or Sr?

Sr

Which atom has the greater electronegativity, Cl or S?

Cl

Which atom has the greater electronegativity, O or S?

O

Rank the following elements by increasing electronegativity: sulfur, oxygen, neon, aluminum.

Ne, Al, S, O

Rank the following elements by increasing atomic radius: carbon, aluminum, oxygen, potassium.

O, C, Al, K

Why do elements in the same group or family generally have the same properties?

They have the same number of valence electrons.

The Group 1 metals are known as the ___________ _____________.

Alkali metals

Group 2 metals are known as the ____________ ______________ metals.

Alkaline earth

Metals in groups 3-12 are known as the ________________ metals.

Transition metals

Group 17 nonmetals are known as the _______________.

Halogens

Does atomic radius (excluding noble gases) increase or decrease as you move from left to right on the periodic table?

decrease

Does the first ionization energy increase or decrease as you move from left to right on the periodic table?

increase

Does electronegativity increase or decrease as you move from left to right on the periodic table?

Increase

Does atomic radius increase or decrease as you move from top to bottom on the periodic table?

Increases due to the addition of energy levels.

The attraction an atom has to gain an electron is known as _________________________.

Electronegativity

What is the number of valence electrons in atom of boron in the ground state?

3

What is the number of valence electrons in atom of Xenon in the ground state?

8

Which Group 17 element has the least attraction for electrons (is the least electronegative), F, Cl, Br, or I?

I

Which element in group 16 has the greatest tendency to gain electrons, Te, Se, S, or O?

O

The element on the periodic table with the greatest electronegativity is _________?

Fluorine (F)C