Chemistry Quiz 8.5B
  • 1. The outmost electrons of an atom are called the __________ electrons.
A) Happy
B) Valence
C) Outer
  • 2. The identity of an atom is determined by the number of
A) Neutrons
B) Protons
C) Electrons
  • 3. Where in the atom are protons and neutrons found?
A) Clouds
B) Shells
C) Nucleus
  • 4. How many electrons does it take to fill the first shell?
A) Eight
B) Ten
C) Two
  • 5. How many electrons does it take to fill the second shell?
A) Ten
B) Two
C) Eight
  • 6. Elements with six valence electrons belong to which group?
A) Two
B) Seventeen
C) Six
  • 7. Elements with only three shells are located in which period?
A) Eighteen
B) Potassium
C) Three
  • 8. Rows (↔) are labeled as periods in the periodic table.
A) True
B) False
  • 9. Columns (↕) are labeled as groups in the periodic table.
A) True
B) False
  • 10. The Bohr Model uses what to describe atom configuration.
A) Electrons
B) Dots
C) Shells
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