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Chemical Element Quizzes & Trivia

A chemical element is a pure chemical substance consisting of a single type of atom distinguished by its atomic number. The properties of the chemical elements are often summarised using the periodic table, which powerfully and elegantly organises these elements.

Two most abundant elements in the Earth's crust are oxygen and silicon, which can be found, for example, in sand (SiO2).  The only element that was named after a living person was Seaborgium. Because he was still alive, the international committee debated for some time whether to name it after him. If you answer the questions of these quizzes, you will find out even more interesting things about these elements like: “What is one of the two most abundant elements in the universe?”, “What element’s three isotopes have different names?”, and “What group is Argon (Ar) found in?”.

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Test your knowledge about the chemistry of Iron in this trivia quiz. This element is the most common element in the universe, and in this quiz, you will get to learn some of the basics surrounding this element. Do you think you...

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    What is the chemical symbol for iron?

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    Which describes the behavior of potassium metal during a chemical reaction? I. Neutral atoms become ions with a 1+ charge. II. Neutral atoms take on protons III. Neutral atoms become ions with a corresponding increase in radius.
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What is the difference between Ion and Isotope?
Ion and isotope mean two different things. An ion is an atom or group of atoms that bears an electrical charge. It refers to the same element that a different numbers of electrons because it has either lost or gained electrons. Cations are positively
What chemical element is diamond made of?
Diamonds are a girl’s best friend. However, the creation of the diamond may be less than glamorous. It is made of carbon. When carbon begins to crystalize, the diamond is about to be born. Graphite is also a part of the making of the diamond be
What is the difference between hydrogen bonds and covalent bonds?
In covalent bonding, electrons are shared between atoms of the same or different elements, such that each atom contributes to the shared electron so as to attain a stable or noble gas configuration. Covalent molecules are usually formed among atoms o
What is the most likely identify of X based on the above infomation? The following ionization energies are reported for element X. (All values are in kJ/mol.) First: 500; Second: 4560; Third:...
The ionization energy is when an electron is removed, and it is the amount of energy needed to remove it. This electron is the easiest to remove because it is the most loosely bound electron. It could be a valence electron. There is a formula which i