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3 points Back to Category Slide Sketch a diagram of one atom of Br-75. 4 points Check Br-75 has 35 protons and 40 neutrons ... Jeopardy Author: Kristin Mulder Last ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Jeopardy


1
Jeopardy
  • Physical Science
  • Chapter 4 Review Game

2
Select a Category
Subatomic Particles Famous Scientists Elements and Atoms Misc.
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3
Subatomic Particles
  • The three basic subatomic particles and their
    charges.

1 point
Check
4
Subatomic Particles
  • What are electrons (1-), protons (1), and
    neutrons (0)?

1 point
Back to Category Slide
5
Subatomic Particles
  • The element indium has this many electrons.

2 points
Check
6
Subatomic Particles
  • What is 49 electrons?

2 points
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7
Subatomic Particles
  • Because of its small size, electrons have this as
    a mass (a.m.u.).

3 points
Check
8
Subatomic Particles
  • What is 0 a.m.u.?

3 points
Back to Category Slide
9
Subatomic Particles
  • The definition of the mass number. (Hint What
    particles are inside?)

4 points
Check
10
Subatomic Particles
  • What is the number of protons and neutrons?

4 points
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11
Subatomic Particles
  • The atomic number of silver.

5 points
Check
12
Subatomic Particles
  • What is 47?

5 points
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13
Famous Scientists
  • Chapter 4 person who believed in fire, earth,
    water, and air.

1 point
Check
14
Famous Scientists
  • Who was Aristotle?

1 point
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15
Famous Scientists
  • All elements are composed of atoms

2 points
Check
16
Famous Scientists
  • Who was Dalton?

2 points
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17
Famous Scientists
  • Discovered the nucleus of an atom by shooting
    alpha particles at gold foil.

3 points
Check
18
Famous Scientists
  • Who was Rutherford?

3 points
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19
Famous Scientists
  • Cathode Ray Tubediscovered there are charges in
    an atom.

4 points
Check
20
Famous Scientists
  • Who was Thomson?

4 points
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21
Famous Scientists
  • Our solar system was similar to the design of an
    atom.

5 points
Check
22
Famous Scientists
  • Who was Bohr?

5 points
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23
Elements and Atoms
  • Symbol of iron?

1 point
Check
24
Elements and Atoms
  • What is Fe?

1 point
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25
Elements and Atoms
  • Mg-27 has this many neutrons.

2 points
Check
26
Elements and Atoms
  • What is 15 neutrons?

2 points
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27
Elements and Atoms
  • Sodium has this many electrons in the 3rd level.

3 points
Check
28
Elements and Atoms
  • What is 1 electron?

3 points
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29
Elements and Atoms
  • The mass number for Cobalt.

4 points
Check
30
Elements and Atoms
  • What is 59?

4 points
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31
Elements and Atoms
  • The difference between Ni-58 and Ni-60.

5 points
Check
32
Elements and Atoms
  • What is 2 neutrons?

5 points
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33
Miscellaneous
  • 2, 8, 18, 32.

1 point
Check
34
Miscellaneous
  • What is the maximum number of electrons in the
    1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th energy levels of an atom?

1 point
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35
Miscellaneous
  • An electron that jumps up an energy level or two
    is in this.

2 points
Check
36
Miscellaneous
  • What is excited state?

2 points
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37
Miscellaneous
  • Sketch a diagram of one atom of O.

3 points
Check
38
Miscellaneous
  • O has 8 protons and 8 neutrons in the nucleus and
    8 electrons (2 es in the first, 6 es in the
    2nd) in the electron cloud.

3 points
Back to Category Slide
39
Miscellaneous
  • Sketch a diagram of one atom of Br-75.

4 points
Check
40
Miscellaneous
  • Br-75 has 35 protons and 40 neutrons in the
    nucleus and 35 electrons (2 in the 1st, 8 in the
    2nd, 18 in the 3rd and 7 in the 4th) in the
    electron cloud.

4 points
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41
Miscellaneous
  • The color of potassium under a flame.

5 points
Check
42
Miscellaneous
  • What is purple or lilac?

5 points
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43
Congratulations!You have completed the game of
Jeopardy. Your test over chapter 4 is tomorrow.
Good Luck!!!!
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