Periodic Table: Elemental Forms Example 1

by Jules Bruno
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So in this example question, it says which of the following choices represents a mono atomic element that is also a Chalco gene. Remember, some groups have unique names. Ah, Chaka Gin is from Group six A or what we know as Group 16. So if we come up here, Group six A or Group 16, which is the same thing would be this column. Here. Oxygen, sulfur and selenium are automatically out because none of them are mono atomic. The mono atomic elements from this group would be T e p o R L V. If we look a couldn't be our answer because its motto Atomic. But it is not a chalk. Legit sulfur is a chocolate because it's in that group. Six A. But it is Polly Atomic. T E is one of the three that we named. So what's our answer? Chlorine is not a chocolate Jennette's in Group seven A. So it's a halogen. Also, it's die atomic. Then, finally, lithium lithium is mono atomic? Yes, but it is an alkali metal and not a chalk login. It's in Group one A. So out of all our choices on Lee Options sees the correct answer here