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Can You Pass This Basic Periodic Table Of Elements Test?

Atomic mass? Atomic number. ~Shudder~

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  1. Correct
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    Atomic Mass is expressed in Daltons. One Dalton is roughly the mass of a proton or a neutron.

  2. Correct
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    Noble gases have no room for any more electrons in their outermost shell.

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    Hydrogen
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    Carbon
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    Helium
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    Hydrogen is number one! By far the most common element in the universe, too.

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    Transition metals are probably the metals you are most familiar with, actually.

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    The number of electrons in an element's outer shell determines most of its chemical properties.

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    Londinium is the name of an ancient settlement in the current city of London founded around 47 AD.

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    It's all about the proton.

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    Metalloids conduct electricity like metal, but they don't do it super well.

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    They just kinda float there.

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    Carbon is what makes life happen!

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    Doesn't mean they can't change phases, though.

Science Writer, Fossil Beastmaster

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