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Title: Jeopardy


1
Jeopardy
Metals
Synthetic
Nonmetals
Metalloids
Radioactive
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Final Jeopardy
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100 Question from H1
What are the physical properties of metals?
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100 Answer from H1
Shiny, ductile, malleable, good conductors, and
some are magnetic
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200 Question from H1
What are the chemical properties of metals?
5
200 Answer from H1
Reactivity and corrosion
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300 Question from H1
The reactivity of metals tends to do what as you
move from left to right across the periodic table?
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300 Answer from H1
Decrease in reactivity
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400 Question from H1
In the periodic table the most reactive group of
elements are found where?
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400 Answer from H1
Group/Family 1 Alkali metals
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500 Question from H1
Which group classification of elements contains
the most elements?
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500 Answer from H1
Metals
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100 Question from H2
What machine is used to make synthetic elements?
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100 Answer from H2
A particle accelerator
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200 Question from H2
What is the heaviest naturally occurring element?
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200 Answer from H2
Plutonium atomic number 92
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300 Question from H2
Why are particle accelerators needed to form
synthetic elements?
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300 Answer from H2
To create a collision with enough energy to fuse
together the smaller nuclei
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400 Question from H2
What are the 2 most common Alkaline Earth metals?
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400 Answer from H2
Magnesium and Calcium
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500 Question from H2
Why would it be difficult to determine the
properties of newly discovered synthetic
elements?
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500 Answer from H2
The element is unstable and would break apart
very quickly
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100 Question from H3
Are nonmetals good conductors of electricity?
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100 Answer from H3
No
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200 Question from H3
In what physical state is Bromine at room
temperature?
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200 Answer from H3
Liquid
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300 Question from H3
How are the physical properties of
nonmetals different than metals?
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300 Answer from H3
Not ductile, malleable, shiny, or good conductors
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400 Question from H3
Atoms in the Nitrogen family generally gain or
share how many electrons?
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400 Answer from H3
3
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500 Question from H3
How many Nonmetals are gases at room temperature?
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500 Answer from H3
10 of the 16
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100 Question from H4
Where are the metalloids found on the periodic
table?
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100 Answer from H4
In families13-17, separating the metals from the
nonmetals
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200 Question from H4
What is the most common metalloid?
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200 Answer from H4
Silicon
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300 Question from H4
What is the most useful property of the
Metalloids?
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300 Answer from H4
Their varying ability to conduct
electricity Semiconductors
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400 Question from H4
What is the charge of an atom that has gained 3
electrons? What is this form of an atom called?
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400 Answer from H4
-3 charge, an ion
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500 Question from H4
What kinds of properties do the metalloids tend
to have?
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500 Answer from H4
Brittle, hard, and somewhat conductive
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100 Question from H5
What are the 3 forms of radioactive decay?
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100 Answer from H5
Alpha, beta and gamma decay
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200 Question from H5
Describe the particle given off during alpha
decay?
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200 Answer from H5
A positively charged particle made up of 2
protons and 2 neutrons
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300 Question from H5
During radioactive decay atomic nuclei of
unstable nuclei do what?
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300 Answer from H5
Give off nuclear radiation
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400 Question from H5
In chemical reactions(like plant growth) or in
industrial processes radioactive isotopes can be
traced how?
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400 Answer from H5
Because they give off radiation
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500 Question from H5
Match the radiation with the material that stops
its penetration A. 5mm thick aluminum B.
paper C. meter thick concrete
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500 Answer from H5
  • Beta particles
  • Alpha particles
  • C. Gamma radiation

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Final Jeopardy
What family pioneered the study of radioactive
elements?
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Final Jeopardy Answer
The Curies
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