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  1. Test Review – Periodic Table Unit 2 Section A

  2. Use your periodic table to enter the symbol of the element for each of the following questions.

  3. The name given to all the elements on the left side of the periodic table which have from 1 to 3 valence electrons, conduct electricity and heat, are malleable and ductile.

  4. Metals

  5. The name given to all the elements on the right side of the periodic table which have from 5 to 7 valence electrons, do not conduct electricity or heat, and are brittle in texture.

  6. Nonmetals

  7. The name given to all the elements on the border of metals and nonmetals which are not malleable or ductile, and sometimes can conduct electricity (semiconductors)

  8. Metalloids

  9. The vertical columns of the periodic table. These groups share common characteristics and are placed in these columns by their number of valence electrons.

  10. Families (groups)

  11. The horizontal rows of the periodic table. These tell the number of electron shells or energy levels for each element.

  12. Periods

  13. The name given to the electrons found in the outside shell of each atom.

  14. Valence electrons

  15. These are the group IA elements with 1 valence electron in their outside shell.

  16. Alkali metals

  17. These are the group IIA elements with 2 valence electrons in their outside shell.

  18. Alkali Earth Metals

  19. These are the group VII A elements with 7 valence electrons in their outside shell.

  20. Halogens

  21. These are the group VIII A or group 0 elements with 8 valence electrons in their outside shell. They have filled outside shells and are inert.

  22. Noble Gases

  23. These are the Group B metals. They are not very reactive and their valenceelectrons can change from 1 to 3. They resist corrosion and are used for coins and jewelry.

  24. Transition metals

  25. These groups include large elements which are sometimes radioactive and some are synthetically made.

  26. Rare earth metals

  27. The family of most reactive metals.

  28. Alkali metals

  29. The family of most reactive nonmetals

  30. Halogens

  31. The family of least reactive elements all of which are gases.

  32. Noble gases

  33. Examples of this family include Be, Mg, and Ca.

  34. Alkali earth metals

  35. Examples of this family include Cl, Br, F, and I

  36. Halogens

  37. Examples of this family include Cu, Ag, Au, Fe, and Zn.

  38. Transition metals

  39. Examples of this family include He, Ne, Ar, and Kr.

  40. Noble gases

  41. Examples of this family include Li, Na, and K

  42. Alkali metals

  43. Examples of this family include Uranium, Plutonium, and Curium.

  44. Rare earth metals

  45. Examples of this family include B, Si, As, and Ge,

  46. Metalloids

  47. Name the halogen in period 4.

  48. Name the halogen in period 4.