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Elements that have five electrons in the highest-energy p sublevel in their ground state are called

Elements that have five electrons in the highest-energy p sublevel in their ground state are called

 Elements that have five electrons in the highest-energy p sublevel in their ground state are called:

A)alkali metals.D)noble gases.

B)alkaline earth metals.E)transition metals.

C)halogens.

 

54.              Elements that have only one electron in the highest-energy s sublevel in their ground state are called:

A)alkali metals.D)noble gases.

B)alkaline earth metals.E)transition metals.

C)halogens.

 

55.              Elements that have six electrons in the highest-energy p sublevel in their ground state are called:

A)alkali metals.D)noble gases.

B)alkaline earth metals.E)transition metals.

C)halogens.

 

56.              Elements that have a partially filled d sublevel in their ground state are called:

A)alkali metals.D)noble gases.

B)alkaline earth metals.E)transition metals.

C)halogens.

 

57.              Elements that have a partially filled f sublevel in their ground state are called:

A)lanthanides or actinides.D)noble gases.

B)alkaline earth metals.E)transition metals.

C)halogens.

 

58.              The element that has the abbreviated ground state electron configuration [Ne]3s23p2 is:

A)  Al    B)  P    C)  Si    D)  Cl    E)  Ar

 

59.              The element that has the abbreviated ground state electron configuration [Ne]3s23p5 is:

A)  S    B)  Ar    C)  Cl    D)  P    E)  Br

 

60.              The element that has the abbreviated ground state electron configuration [Ar]4s23d8 is:

A)  Co    B)  Ni    C)  Kr    D)  Cu    E)  Ca

 

abhinav behal 15-Feb-2020

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