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Title: Blank Jeopardy


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Periodic Table
Metals
Matter
Atoms
Groups
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An element with properties of both metals
nonmetals.
Answer
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An element with properties of both metals
nonmetals.
metalloid
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He stands for Helium. What is He called?
Answer
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He stands for Helium. What is He called?
A chemical symbol
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How are the elements arranged on the periodic
table? By what number?
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How are the elements arranged on the periodic
table? By what number?
Atomic number
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The elements in a column are part of a _______?
Answer
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The elements in a column are part of a _______?
Group
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How are the new elements that are added to
periodic table made?
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How are the new elements that are added to
periodic table made?
In a lab with a particle accelerator
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What is luster?
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What is luster?
The shininess of a metal
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Where are the metals located on the periodic
table?
Answer
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Where are the metals located on the periodic
table?
To the left of the stairstep
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Do metals conduct heat and electricity ?
Answer
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Do metals conduct heat and electricity ?
Yes
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What property allows metals to be drawn out into
wires?
Answer
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What property allows metals to be drawn out into
wires?
ductility
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What property allows metals to be hammered into
thin sheets?
Answer
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What property allows metals to be hammered into
thin sheets?
Malleability
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The smallest unit of matter is______.
Answer
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The smallest unit of matter is______.
An atom
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Atoms join together chemically in a process
called ____.
Answer
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Atoms join together chemically in a process
called ____.
Bonding
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Two or more identical atoms bonded together make
up an _______.
Answer
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Two or more identical atoms bonded together make
up an _______.
element
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Daily Double
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What subatomic particle is involved in the
bonding of atoms?
Answer
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What subatomic particle is involved in the
bonding of atoms?
electrons
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Two or more atoms of different elements bonded
together are a ________.
Answer
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Two or more atoms of different elements bonded
together are a ________.
Compound
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What is the center of an atom called?
Answer
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What is the center of an atom called?
Nucleus
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What is the positive subatomic particle called?
Answer
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What is the positive subatomic particle called?
A proton
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What is the negative subatomic particle called?
Answer
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What is the negative subatomic particle called?
electron
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Which number on the periodic table will tell you
the number of protons in an atom of an element?
Answer
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Which number on the periodic table will tell you
the number of protons in an atom of an element?
atomic number
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What are atoms of the same element with differing
numbers of neutrons?
Answer
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What are atoms of the same element with differing
numbers of neutrons?
Isotopes
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Groups are the ______ components of the periodic
table.
Answer
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Groups are the ______ components of the periodic
table.
Vertical columns
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This group doesnt react with other elements at
all.
Answer
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This group doesnt react with other elements at
all.
Noble Gases Group 18
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This group contains the MOST reactive of all the
elements on the table.
Answer
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This group contains the MOST reactive of all the
elements on the table.
Alkali Metals, Group 1
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This group has diatomic elements of all normal
phases.
Answer
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This group has diatomic elements of all normal
phases.
Halogen Group 17
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What do elements of the same group have in common?
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What do elements of the same group have in common?
Similar chemical physical properties
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