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Periodic Table JEE Mains Questions

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Mock Test on Periodic Table for Students

Which among the following has the lowest electron affinity?

(a) Fluorine

(b) Chlorine

(c) Bromine

(d) Argon

Option d – Argon

The ability of an atom in a chemical compound to attract shared electron is termed as

(a) electron affinity

(b) ionization enthalpy

(c) atomic attraction

(d) electronegativity

Option d – electronegativity

Which of the following properties is inversely related to electronegativity?

(a) Non-metallic properties

(b) Metalloid properties

(c) lonic properties

(d) Metallic properties

Option d – Metallic properties

In the Periodic Table, metallic elements appear

(a) in the left-hand columns.

(b) in the top rows.

(c) in the right-hand columns.

(d) in the bottom rows.

Option a – in the left-hand columns

The reactivity of non-metals within a group in the Periodic Table

(a) increases down the group.

(b) decrease down the group.

(c) first, increase then decrease down the group.

(d) the first decrease then increases down the group.

Option b – decrease down the group

Which one among the following is the correct order of reactivity of the elements?

(a) Cu > Mg > Zn > Na

(b) Na > Zn > Mg > Cu

(c) Cu > Zn > Mg > Na

(d) Na > Mg > Zn > Cu

Option d – Na > Mg > Zn > Cu

Which is the most reactive metal?

(a) Sodium

(b) Calcium

(c) Iron

(d) Potassium

Option d – Potassium

The alkali metals have a relatively low melting point. Which one of the following alkali metals is expected to have the highest melting point?

(a) Li

(b) Na

(c) K

(d) Rb

Option a – Li

Consider the following statements with reference to the Periodic Table of chemical element I. Ionization potential gradually decreases over a period. II. In a group of elements, electron affinity decreases as the atomic weight increases. III. In a given period, electronegativity decreases as the atomic number increases. Which of these statement(s) is/are correct?

(a) Only I

(b) Only II

(c) I and III

(d) II and III

Option b – Only II

Which among the following has a similar ionic charge-to-size ratio?

(a) Li-Mg

(b) B-Be

(c) B-N

(d) Na-Mg

Option a – Li-Mg

Which of the following radii reflect an increase in the size of an atom?

(a) Vander Walls’ radius

(b) Metallic radius

(c) Covalent (non-metallic) radius

(d) Both (b) and (c)

Option a – Vander Walls’ radius

The chemistry of lithium is very similar to that of magnesium even though they are placed in different groups. The reason is

(a) both have the same ionic size.

(b) the ratio of their charge to size is the same.

(c) both have the same electronic configuration

(d) both are found in their native state.

Option b – the ratio of their charge to size is the same

What effect is observed, on the size of an atom when an electron is removed and in another case, an electron is added to the same atom?

(a) Size increases and decreases respectively

(b) Size decreases and increases respectively

(c) Size increases in both cases

(d) Size decreases in both cases

Option b – Size decreases and increases respectively

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