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#1: Which of the following is a brittle solid? A. chlorine B. bromine C. iodine D. sulfur **my answer; C. iodine is that right?

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Which of the following elements belong to the p6-block of the periodic table? A. halogens B. alkali metals C. alkaline earth metals D. noble gases **my answer: D. noble gases is that right?
#3: Which of the following elements belongs to the p-block? A. oxygen B. cobalt c. rubidium d. hydrogen **my answer; A. oxygen is that right?
#4: How many valence electrons are found in phosphorus? A. 3 B. 5 c. 7 d. 8 **m yanswer; B. 5 is that right?

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do u get them??
all look correct, but #2, still checking on that
kk :)
if i remember correctly the p6 block is the last column, but not sure, if so that would mean you're right
okay ill just go with that then :)
so D, noble gases?
yeah why not
kk lol thx

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