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Title: Blank Jeopardy


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Changes Properties
Periodic Table
Structure of the Atom
Atom History
Science and Society
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A characteristic of matter that cannot be
observed without altering the substance. Hint
the ability to burn.
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Chemical Property
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This property describes how something looks,
smells, sounds, or tastes.
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Physical Property
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Changing the state of matter (i.e. solid to a
liquid) is a ________ change.
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PHYSICAL
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The temperature at which liquid water turns into
gas.
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BOILING POINT
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Rust is an example that ___________ change
occurred.
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CHEMICAL
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What do we use to organize the known elements?
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The Periodic Table
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The symbol for the element lead is _______.
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Pb
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The atomic number tells us how many ______ are in
the nucleus of the atom.
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Protons
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Each element is represented by a ________
_______ on the periodic table.
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Chemical Symbol
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The symbol for mercury is ______.
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Hg
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The nucleus of each atom contains ______ and
______.
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Protons and Neutrons
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The _______ surround the nucleus of each atom in
a cloud.
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Electrons
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What kind of electrical charge do protons have?
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Positive
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What type of electrical charge do neutrons have?
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Trick Question They have no charge.
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Electrons have a ________ charge.
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Negative
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What was the main difference between todays
scientists and the Greek philosophers?
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The Greeks did not Perform any research.
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John Dalton thought the atom was similar to a
______ ______.
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Hard Sphere
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I had four ideas about Atoms and Matter. Who am
I?
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John Dalton
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Daily DoubleI investigated the cathode ray
tube and added a magnet to the experiment. Who
am I?
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Thomson
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Where did Rutherford think all of the positive
charge of the atom was located?
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In the nucleus of the atom
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This scientist investigated chimps in Africa and
educated the public on protecting them.
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Jane Goodall
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I published a book about my beliefs that the sun
was the center of our solar system. Who am I?
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Galileo
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As a result of my work, I was imprisoned because
everyone believed the earth was the center of our
solar system. Who am I?
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Galileo
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DAILY DOUBLE Many times science and society
conflict with each other. What do scientists
need in order to sway the publics opinions on
certain issues?
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DATA
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This is the study of how the world, both
non-living and living, works.
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SCIENCE
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