Elements - General Knowledge Question and Answer

Elements - Question and Answer

Which of the following metals remain in liquid under normal conditions?  


Radium
Zinc
Uranium
Mercury

Answer:

Mercury remain in liquid under normal conditions


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Which of these elements has the highest boiling point?  


Niobium
Nickel
Neodymium
Nitrogen

Answer:

Niobium has the highest boiling point of 4744 °C.


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Where is this Boron's name derived from?  


Greek word for 'color'
Arabic word for 'borax'
German word for 'goblin'
The seventh planet in the Solar System

Answer:

Boron's name derived from Arabic word for 'borax'.


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What is the atomic number of Praseodymium?  


31
39
50
59

Answer:

The atomic number of Praseodymium is 59.


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Which of these elements has the highest boiling point?  


Cobalt
Nickel
Copper
Vanadium

Answer:

Vanadium has the highest boiling point.


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What's the official abbreviation of Gadolinium?  


Gd
Go
Gl
Ga

Answer:

The official abbreviation of Gadolinium is Gd.


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Which element is depicted in this Periodic table?  



Hafnium
Uranium
Neptunium
Promethium

Answer:

Neptunium is depicted in this Periodic table


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What's the official abbreviation of Calcium?  


Cc
Ca
C
Cl

Answer:

The official abbreviation of Calcium is Ca.


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70 is the atomic number for which element?  


Erbium
Ytterbium
Platinum
Actinium

Answer:

Ytterbium has the atomic number 70.


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From where Gallium's name derived?  


Latin name for 'France'
Latin word for 'to flow'
German word for 'goblin'
Native country of Marie Curie

Answer:

Gallium's name derived from "Latin name for 'France' ".


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Zr is the official abbreviation for which element?  


Zirconium
Zinc
Xenon
Rutherfordium

Answer:

Zr is the official abbreviation of Zirconium.


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Which element's name is derived from "Greek word meaning 'lead' "?  


Iodine
Rhodium
Caesium
Molybdenum

Answer:

Molybdenum's name derived from "Greek word meaning 'lead' ".


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What's the formula for Limestone/Marble?  


C6H8O6
C8H18
SiO2
CaCO3

Answer:

The formula for Limestone/Marble is CaCO3.


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Bk is the official abbreviation for which element?  


Bohrium
Barium
Berkelium
Beryllium

Answer:

Bk is the official abbreviation of Berkelium.


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What's the formula for Glucose?  


H2
C12H22O11
C20H30O
C6H12O6

Answer:

The formula for Glucose is C6H12O6.


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105 is the atomic number for which element?  


Roentgenium
Ununhexium
Ununtrium
Dubnium

Answer:

105 is the atomic number for Dubnium.


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35 is the atomic number for which element?  


Neodymium
Palladium
Selenium
Bromine

Answer:

35 is the atomic number of Bromine.


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What is the atomic number for Uranium?  


92
110
116
91

Answer:

92 is the atomic number for Uranium.


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What is the atomic number for Holmium?  


77
78
66
67

Answer:

The atomic number for Holmium is 67.


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Which of these elements has the highest volumetric mass density (g/cm3)?  


Helium
Hydrogen
Oxygen
Nitrogen

Answer:

Oxygen has the highest volumetric mass density.


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45 is the atomic number for which element?  


Rhodium
Strontium
Cerium
Silver

Answer:

45 is the atomic number of Rhodium.


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