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500 100 200 300 100 300 200 300 200 100 200 500 300 200 100 400 Scientific Method WHMISClassification of Matter Properties of Matter Chemical Reactions
What is a …? WHMIS for $100 Y es NO This is the acronym for WHMIS.
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What is a …? Scientific Method for $300 Y es NO An educated guess as to the outcome of experimentation
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What is a…? Scientific Method for $400 Y es NO A visual representation which explains how matter should behave
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What is a …? Scientific Method for $500 Y es NO Scientists use this to explain the things that they cannot see. This is as close as you could get to a law.
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What is a …? Properties of Matter for $100 Y es NO Cutting paper, changes of state and breaking stuff are all examples of this…
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What is …? Properties of Matter for $400 Y es NO This is the formula for Density
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What are…? Y es NO Classification of Matter for $100 These are the two main components of matter.
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What a…? Classification of Matter for $400 Y es NO Carbon dioxide, methane and water.
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What is…? Classification of Matter for $500 Y es NO Peptobismal and Milk of Magnesia are examples of these
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What are…? Chemical Reactions for $100 Y es NO These are the items that you mix together in a chemical reaction
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What is a…? Chemical Reactions for $300 Y es NO This is a solid product produced in a chemical reaction
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What is a…? Chemical Reactions for $400 Y es NO This speeds up the rate of the reaction but is not really involved in the reaction.
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What is…? Classification of Matter for $500 Y es NO Light, sound and heat are all examples of this which could be produced in a chemical reaction
500 100 200 300 100 300 200 300 200 100 200 500 300 200 100 400 Atomic Theory Elements Make Compounds Name That Element Periodic Table Gas Tests
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What is a …? Atomic Theory for $300 Y es NO This scientist used the “beehive” model of the atom to explain the atomic theory
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Who is …? Atomic Theory for $400 Y es NO This scientist is considered to have contributed the most information to the current day atomic theory
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What is…? Atomic Theory for $500 Y es NO This is the order that Bohr thought the first twenty elements filled their electron shells
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What is…? Elements Make Compounds for $100 Y es NO This is the number of atoms found in the compound, C 6 H 12 O 6 (glucose)
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What are…? Y es NO Elements Make Compounds for $200 The molecular compound, water is made from elements from this part of the periodic table
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What are …? Y es NO Elements Make Compounds for $300 These are sharing bonds which help to fill the outer shells of molecular compounds
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What are…? Y es NO Elements Make Compounds for $400 Salt (NaCl), is made from these kinds of non- molecular bonds
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What is an …? Y es NO Elements Make Compounds for $500 An atom of an element that has a different number of neutrons is called this Hint: Homer Simpson’s baseball team
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What is …? Name That Element for $100 Y es NO This is the symbol for the element which is found in every living organism
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What is…? Y es NO Name That Element for $400 This is the symbol for a highly reactive metal which combines with Chlorine to go on your French Fries
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What is…? Y es NO Name That Element for $400 This is the symbol for the element that is commonly found in bananas
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Who is…? Periodic Table for $100 Y es NO He has commonly been referred to as the “Father of the Periodic Table”
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What is…? Gas Tests for $100 Y es NO This gas will cause a flame to extinguish
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What are…? Gas Tests for $300 Y es NO This noble gas is sometimes used in signs due to its ability to emit light when bombarded with a high voltage of electricity
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What is…? Gas Tests for $400 Y es NO This gas makes a test tube go “POP” when it is inserted with a flaming splint
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What is…? Gas Tests for $500 Y es NO This was the 50-50 mix of gases that caused the gas balloons to give the best explosion
Oxygen (O 2 ) and Hydrogen (H 2 ) gas
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