Welcome to our Periodic Table Quiz
Periodic Table Quiz I
- Name the Russian chemist that published the first recognizable periodic table in 1869?
- Hydrogen is the first element in the periodic table because it has just one what in its nucleus?
- Which chemical element with the symbol Nd and atomic number 60 is a component in the alloys used to make high-strength magnets?
- Which element is unique in that it is known to form up to 10 million different compounds?
- In the periodic table, columns are called groups but what are the rows called?
- There are only two elements that are liquid at room temperature, mercury is one, can you name the other?
- Which is the symbol for sodium?
- What is the only letter not represented in the periodic table?
- True or false, 25 percent of the periodic table is composed of metals?
- Can you name the the only country in the world to be named after an element?
- Dmitri Mendeleev
- One proton
- Na (the latin name for sodium is natrium)
- The letter 'J'
- False (almost 75% of the table is compoosed of metals)
- Argentina (argentum is the Latin word for silver (symbol Ag))
Periodic Table Trivia II
- What is the symbol for copper?
- Which element is the most reactive nonmetal in the periodic table?
- Which element was discovered in 1868 in the spectrum of the sun during a total solar eclipse?
- Which element's existence was first predicted by Mendeleev in 1871, who named it "eka-aluminium" because he knew it would go below aluminum on the periodic table?
- What is the element Technetium's main claim to fame?
- Which chemical element has the atomic number 4?
- Which chemical element has the symbol Se?
- What sort of gases are helium, neon, argon, krypton, xenon, and radon?
- Which family of elements is in the left-most column of the periodic table?
- Which synthetic chemical element has the highest atomic number and highest atomic mass of all known elements?
- Cu (the latin name for copper is cuprum)
- Gallium (a soft, silvery metal used primarily in electronic circuits, semiconductors and LEDs)
- First element to be made artificially
- Noble gases
- Alkali metals
Periodic Table III
- Which element is named after the Scandinavian god of thunder?
- Which metal, discovered by the British chemist Smithson Tennant in 1803, is the heaviest metal of all?
- Which sort of metals occupy columns 3 through 12 of the periodic table and include titanium, copper, nickel, silver, platinum, and gold?
- Which chemical element, in group 18 of the periodic table and the third-most abundant gas in the Earth's atmosphere, gets its name from the Greek word meaning "lazy"?
- Which group in the periodic table consists of fluorine, chlorine, bromine, iodine, and astatine?
- What name is given to any of the outermost electrons of an atom, which are located in electron shells?
- Which periodic series of metallic elements have atomic numbers 89 to 103, from actinium through to lawrencium?
- Since 2016, the periodic table has had how many confirmed elements?
- What name is given to a chemical element or substance possessing properties of both metals and non-metals?
- Which chemical element and gas has the atomic number 10?
- Thorium (after Thor)
- Transition metals (or coinage metals)
- Valence electrons