AP Chemistry Practice Test

Review Periodic Table and Atomic Structure Topics

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1. Which element, commonly encountered as a diatomic gas, makes up most of the Earth's atmosphere?

2. Which of the following elements is a liquid at normal room temperature?

3. Which of the following elements has the highest electronegativity?

4. Which of the following statements is false?

5. The rule which states that no two electrons in an atom can have the same set of quantum numbers is known as:

6. The electrons of which element are all spin-paired?

7. Which electron configuration would you expect for a magnesium atom in its ground state?

8. Quantum numbers (n, l, m₁, m₂) for the valence electron of a potassium atom in its ground state could be:

9. Which of the following ions would have the smallest ionic radius?

10. Radioactive decay from an isotope of which element is used to determine approximate age of ancient artifacts?

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Now you know your weak areas, at least as far as atoms and the periodic table are concerned. Before taking the AP chemistry test, you might want to review the AP chemistry topics list, to make sure you feel confident in all the area.

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