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ATOMIC STRUCTURE NEUCLONS ELECTRONSPARTICLES HISTORY STABLE or not ELEMENTS $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500.

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3 NEUCLONS ELECTRONSPARTICLES HISTORY STABLE or not ELEMENTS $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 End game and credits

4 NUCLEONS - $100 n The particle that has a positive charge. n What is a proton? Back to game board

5 NUCLEONS - $200 n Particle that has no charge. n What is a neutron? Back to game board

6 NUCLEONS - $300 n Where scientists collide particles (protons) to study fundamental atomic particles. n What is a particle collider? Back to game board

7 NUCLEONS - $400 n Protons and neutrons – size and mass n What particles have approximately the same size and mass? Or n What is 1 amu (atomic mass unit)? Back to game board

8 NUCLEONS - $500 n The forces that hold the neutrons and the protons together in the nucleus. n What are nuclear forces? Back to game board

9 ELECTRONS - $100 n 1/2000 th the mass. n What is the size of an electron compared to a proton or neutron? Back to game board

10 ELECTRONS - $200 n Negative charge. n What is the charge of an electron or the electron cloud? Back to game board

11 ELECTRONS - $300 n Electron cloud n Where electrons are located? Back to game board

12 ELECTRONS - $400 n 2, 8, 8 n What are the maximum number of electrons that go on the first 3 energy levels? – *note* this works for science 1 class only because the third energy in reality contains more and you will learn this in chemistry class. Back to game board

13 ELECTRONS - $500 n Groups or families n How are elements grouped based on number of electrons in the atoms (of the same group or family) outer energy levels? OR n How are elements grouped that have similar properties based on outer energy level electrons? Back to game board

14 PARTICLES - $100 n Protons and neutrons n What particles makeup the nucleus of the atom? Back to game board

15 PARTICLES - $200 n Tracks n What do scientists study at particle colliders (through detectors) after they have caused two particles to collide or crash? Back to game board

16 PARTICLES - $300 n Quarks n What are the particles that makeup a proton or neutron? OR n What are the fundamental particles that make up an atom? Back to game board

17 PARTICLES - $400 n Positively charged alpha particles. n During the gold foil test (Rutherfords experiment) what was shot at the gold foil? Back to game board

18 PARTICLES - $500 n Several atoms with differing numbers of neutrons, same element. n What is an isotope? Back to game board

19 HISTORY - $100 n Indivisible or not to be cut. n What is the Greek meaning of the word atomos? OR n What was the original thought on the makeup of atoms? Back to game board

20 HISTORY - $200 n Mendeleev n Who was the father of the modern periodic table and first grouped elements together? Back to game board

21 HISTORY - $300 n Gold foil test n What was the experiment that Rutherford ran that led to the discovery of electrons? Back to game board

22 HISTORY - $400 n 3 of the 5 individuals we discussed that contributed to the development of modern atomic model/theory. n Who were Democritus, Dalton, Thompson, Rutherford, Bohr? Back to game board

23 HISTORY - $500 n 2400 BC n When was the first description of the atom attempted? OR n When did Democritus first attempt to describe the atom. Back to game board

24 STABLE or not - $100 n Atoms that were stable, undergo a change that causes them to become unstable. n What is an atom that becomes ionized when a neutral atom gains or loses electrons? Back to game board

25 STABLE or not - $200 n Full outer energy level. n When is an atom considered stable in regards to its number of electrons? Back to game board

26 STABLE or not - $300 n A negative two charge. n What is the charge of an atom (that was stable/neutral) that gains two electrons? Back to game board

27 STABLE or not - $400 n Noble gases n What are the elements that are the most stable? OR n What are the elements with full outer energy levels (with electrons)? Back to game board

28 STABLE or not - $500 n Radioactive elements. n What are elements that have an imbalance of neutrons and protons? OR n What is an atom that has more neutrons (too many neutrons) in relation to protons? Back to game board

29 PERIODIC TABLE - $100 n Zero neutrons. n What is special about the element hydrogen? OR n How neutrons does the element hydrogen contain? Back to game board

30 PERIODIC TABLE - $200 n Helium n What noble gas does not have 8 electrons in its outer energy level? Back to game board

31 PERIODIC TABLE - $300 n Groups and periods n What are the vertical columns (elements have similar properties and vertical rows on the periodic table called? Back to game board

32 PERIODIC TABLE - $400 n Atomic number n What is the number that gives you the element and the number of protons contained in each elemental atom? OR n What number signifies the number of protons for each element? Back to game board

33 PERIODIC TABLE - $500 n Average atomic mass n What elemental number signifies the number of neutrons and protons for each element and is an average mass for all atoms of the same element (isotopes)? Back to game board

34 THANK YOU FOR PLAYING... ATOMIC STRUCTURE Jeopardy Atom image from Jeopardy backgrounds from Power point template received from Cheryl Cronbaugh Atomic structure game created by Lee Rowlinson


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