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Jeopardy

The Periodic Matter The Structure of
Chemical Electrons in
Table and Properties and the Atom
Reactions Atoms
Periodic Law Changes

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Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from:
The Periodic Table and Periodic
Law
What is metal?
$100 Answer from:
The Periodic Table and Periodic
Law
A element that is solid at room
temperature, a good conductor of heat
and generally is shiny.
$200 Question from:
The Periodic Table and Periodic
Law

What is non-metal?
$200 Answer from:
The Periodic Table and Periodic
Law
A element that are generally gases or
dulls brittle solids that are poor
conductors of heat and electricity.
$300 Question from:
The Periodic Table and Periodic
Law

What is the difference of metal and
non-metal?
$300 Answer from:
The Periodic Table and Periodic
Law
Metal have luster, excellent conductors
of heat and electricity.
Nonmetal tend to gain electron, many
are gases at room temperature, valence
electron are held tightly.
$400 Question from:
The Periodic Table and Periodic
Law

Are Nitrogen small?
$400 Answer from:
The Periodic Table and Periodic
Law

Nitrogen is the smallest
element.
$500 Question from:
The Periodic Table and Periodic
Law

What is gaseous element?
$500 Answer from:
The Periodic Table and Periodic
Law

A non-metal
$100 Question from:
Matter Properties and Changes
Which is an example of solid?

a) b) c)

Milk In Carton An Apple Helium in a Balloon
$100 Answer from:
Matter Properties and Changes

b)
$200 Question from:
Matter Properties and Changes

What is the weight of an object
called?
$200 Answer from:
Matter Properties and Changes

Mass
$300 Question from:
Matter Properties and Changes

What are the states of matter?
$300 Answer from:
Matter Properties and Changes

Solid, Liquid and Gas
$400 Question from:
Matter Properties and Changes

When matter changes from liquid
to gas, this change is called what?
$400 Answer from:
Matter Properties and Changes

Evaporation
$500 Question from:
Matter Properties and Changes

Which physical property always
stays the same and never
changes?
$500 Answer from:
Matter Properties and Changes

Density
$100 Question from:
The Structure of the Atom

What is a
electron?
$100 Answer from:
The Structure of the Atom
A negatively charged, fast, a
moving particle with an
extremely small mass
$200 Question from:
The Structure of the Atom
What is a
nucleus?
$200 Answer from:
The Structure of the Atom
A extremely small, positively charged.
Located in the center of an atom.
$300 Question from:
The Structure of the Atom
Can atom create or divided into smaller
particle?
$300 Answer from:
The Structure of the Atom
No, atom can not be created or
divided into a smaller particle.
$400 Question from:
The Structure of the Atom

Talk about Aristotic?
$400 Answer from:
The Structure of the Atom
One of the most influential
philosopher, wrote about on many
subjects such as atoms.
$500 Question from:
The Structure of the Atom

What was Democritus idea?
$500 Answer from:
The Structure of the Atom
Democritus hypothesized that all
matter composed of tiny
indestructible units called atoms.
$100 Question from:
Electron in Atoms

What is the definition of
Electromagnetic Radiation?
$100 Answer from:
Electrons in Atoms

A form of energy that explains that exhibits
wavelike behavior as it travels through space.
$200 Question from:
Electrons in Atoms

What are the characteristic properties of of all
waves?
$200 Answer from:
Electrons in Atoms

Wavelength, Speed, Frequency, and
Amplitude
$300 Question from:
Electrons in Atoms

What is a Valence Electron?
$300 Answer from:
Electrons in Atoms

Electrons in the outer shell of an atom which
can combine with other atoms to form
molecules.
$400 Question from:
Electrons in Atoms

How many electrons does Bromine
have?
$400 Answer from:
Electrons in Atoms

8 electrons
$500 Question from:
Electrons in Atoms

What is a atomic emission spectrum?
$500 Answer from: Electrons in
Atoms

It is a set of frequencies of the
electromagnetic waves emitted by atoms
of the element
Final Jeopardy

Draw the Lewis dot structure for xenon.
Final Jeopardy Answer