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Question 16 Multiple Choice 20 points
In which pair are the elements most similar in their chemical properties?
Ca and Ba
S and P
Ag and Rb
Cs and Xe

Question 17 True/False 20 points
In Lewis dot structures, lone pairs are valence electrons not involved in covalent bonding.
True
False

Question 18 True/False 20 points
The Heisenberg uncertainty principle explains that the location and movement of an electron around a nucleus is better explained as a wave instead of a circular orbit.
True
False

Question 19 Multiple Choice 20 points
An exothermic reaction causes the surroundings to:
warm up
become acidic
expand
decrease its temperature
release CO2

Question 20 Multiple Choice 20 points
Which element is considered a lanthanide?
Li
Xe
Co
Sm

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To Question 16:
Ca and Ba are most similar because they are both elements of the same group ( Group 2, Earthalkaline metals )

To Question 17:
This sentence is true, because lone pairs are ...

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Question 6 True/False 20 points
The number of electrons in orbital 5f6 is 5 electons.
True
False

Question 7 Multiple Choice 20 points
Beginning at Argon, Ar, the electron configuration of a Copper atom (Cu) is:
[Ar]4s24d4
[Ar]4s24p63d3
[Ar]4s23d7
[Ar]3d104s1

Question 8 Multiple Choice 20 points
Beginning at Krypton, Kr, which element has the following electron configuration?
[Kr]5s24d105p2
Sn
Sb
Pb
Ge

Question 9 True/False 20 points
One mol of Ga2O3 is equivalent to 433 grams.
True
False

Question 10 Multiple Choice 20 points
The 19th-century chemist credited with the modern arrangement of elements in the periodic table is:
Heisenberg
Mendeleev
Bohr
Meyer

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