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First Quarter Summative Test in Consumer Chemistry

Quiz by Mary Ann N. Taway

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  • Q1

    1. Which of the following statements best describes an element?

      I. a pure substance

      II. can be separated

      III. made of only one kind of atom

      IV. a homogeneous mixture

    I only

    I and III

    I and II

    I, III and IV

  • Q2

    2. Why do elements belonging to the same group have the same properties?

    B. they have the same number of valence electrons

    A. they have the same number of main energy levels

    C. they have the same last electron configuration

    D. Both A and C

  • Q3

    3. Where can we find the nonmetals in the periodic table?

    right side of the metalloids

     left side of the metalloids

    at the bottom

    at the center

  • Q4

    4. An element belongs to group VI A and period 3 in the periodic table. Which of the following characteristics best describe this element?

    I. a nonmetal

    II. has 6 valence electrons and 3 main energy levels

    III. has 3 valence electrons and 6 main energy levels

    IV. can form -2 ion

    I, II, and IV

    I, III, IV



  • Q5

    5. Element X has this electron configuration: 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p6; to what group and period does this element belong?

    Group 6A Period 3

    Group 8A Period 3

    Group 3A Period 6

    Group 8B Period 6

  • Q6

    6. Which of the following statements about the periodic table is true?

    I. Elements belonging to the same group have similar outer electron configurations.

      II. Elements found in the same row have the same group number.

      III. There are more metals than nonmetals in the periodic table.

    IV. Elements that are in the leftmost side of the periodic table end in s1 configuration while elements on the rightmost side end in p6

    I and II

    I , II, III and IV

    I, II, and IV

    I, II and III

  • Q7

    7. Based on electron configuration, the group and period number where element 15P is ___________.

    group 5A and period 5

    group 3A and period 5

    group 5A and period 3

    group 3A and period 3

  • Q8

    8. Which type of element can exist as gas at room temperature?




    all of these

  • Q9

    9. The pair of elements in question number 1 will have similar outer electron configurations and chemical behaviors because _______________.

    they belong to the same period

    they are both metals

    they belong to the same group

    they are both nonmetals

  • Q10

    10. Which pair of elements would most likely have a similar arrangement of outer electrons and have similar chemical behaviors?

    helium and fluorine

    boron and aluminum

     chlorine and oxygen

    carbon and nitrogen

  • Q11

    11. Who is considered as the father of the modern Periodic Table?

    John Newlands

    Henry Moseley

    Johann Dobereiner

    Dimitri Mendeleev

  • Q12

    12. An element X has an atomic number of 13. What period and group does it belong to in the periodic table?

    Group IIIA Period 2

    Group 2 Period 3

    Group 12 Period 3

    Group 13 Period 3

  • Q13

    13. How does the valency of elements change across the period?

    no change


    increases then decreases


  • Q14

    14. Which of the following elements has the largest atomic size considering its shells or orbitals?





  • Q15

    15. Mendeleev's Periodic Table was based on _____________.

    atomic number

    electron configuration

    mass number

    atomic mass


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