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Shocking! S Up & AtomLet’s Split! Power It Up ! Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Final Feud Everywhere
Shocking! for $100 – Question This is energy in action Click this symbol to return to categories
Shocking! for $100 – Answer What is kinetic energy?
Shocking! for $200 – Question Gases that change Earth’s climate that come from making electricity by burning fossil fuels
Shocking! for $200 – Answer What are greenhouse gases?
Shocking! for $300 – Question The flow of electrons
Shocking! for $300 – Answer What is electricity?
Shocking! for $400 – Question At many kinds of power plants it is used to turn the blades of a turbine
Shocking! for $400 – Answer What is steam?
Shocking! for $500 – Question Nuclear energy is used to make this percent of electricity in the U.S.
Shocking! for $500 – Answer What is 20 %?
Up & Atom for $100 – Question These are made of protons, electrons, and neutrons
Up & Atom for $100 – Answer What are atoms?
Up & Atom for $200 – Question The dense bundle at the center of an atom
Up & Atom for $200 – Answer What is the nucleus?
Up & Atom for $300 – Question The part of the atom that has a positive (+) electrical charge
Up & Atom for $300 – Answer What is the proton?
Up & Atom for $400 – Question These orbit (circle) the nucleus in a cloud
Up & Atom for $400 – Answer What are electrons?
Up & Atom for $500 – Question The part of the atom that has no electrical charge
Up & Atom for $500 – Answer What is a neutron?
It’s Everywhere for $100 - Question High energy that can knock electrons from atoms or molecules
It’s Everywhere for $100 - Answer What is ionizing radiation?
It’s Everywhere for $200 - Question Light, microwaves, radio and TV waves are examples
It’s Everywhere for $200 - Answer What is non-ionizing radiation?
It’s Everywhere for $300 - Question Radiation that is pure energy with no mass
It’s Everywhere for $300 - Answer What is gamma radiation? (or What are gamma rays?)
It’s Everywhere for $400 - Question A rule for limiting your exposure to radiation is summarized by these three words
It’s Everywhere for $400 - Answer What are Time, Distance, and Shielding?
It’s Everywhere for $500 - Question Radiation from rocks, cosmic rays, radon, and your own body
It’s Everywhere for $500 - Answer What is background radiation?
Let’s Split! for $100 – Question The process of splitting atoms to release large amounts of energy
Let’s Split! for $100 – Answer What is fission?
Let’s Split! for $200 – Question The fuel at a nuclear power plant is this isotope of uranium
Let’s Split! for $200 – Answer What is uranium-235?
Let’s Split! for $300 – Question A chain reaction occurs when these particles hit and split millions of U-235 atoms
Let’s Split! for $300 – Answer What are neutrons?
Let’s Split! for $400 – Question This form of fuel is equal to 1 ton of coal, 3 barrels of oil, or 2-1/2 tons of wood
Let’s Split! for $400 – Answer What is a uranium fuel pellet?
Let’s Split! for $500 – Question This process increases the amount of U-235 from 1 to at least 3 percent for power plant fuel
Let’s Split! for $500 – Answer What is enrichment?
Power It Up! for $100 – Question Fission takes place here
Power It Up! For $100 – Answer What is the reactor?
Power It Up! for $200 – Question The heat from fission converts water from a liquid phase to this gaseous phase
Power It Up! for $200 – Answer What is steam?
Power It Up! for $300 - Question Steam turns its blades
Power It Up! for $300 – Answer What is the turbine?
Power It Up! for $400 – Question Spent fuel becomes less radioactive over time due to this process
Power It Up! for $400 – Answer What is radioactive decay?
Power It Up! for $500 – Question This type of facility deep beneath the Earth’s surface in stable rock can isolate spent fuel for thousands of years
Power It Up! for $500 – Answer What is a geologic repository?
Final Feud for $1000 The source of one half of the exposure to radiation each year for the average American
Final Feud Answer What is natural background radiation?
Nuclear Chemistry A Short Study. A Review Element – Chemical substance that cannot be divided by chemical means –All atoms of the same element have.
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ENERGY Where does our Energy come from?. Where does our energy come from for…? Electric light Mobile phones Power for your mp3 TV Hot Water.
Nonrenewable Energy Nuclear Energy. Nuclear energy- released by a nuclear fission or fusion reaction. –Nuclear force 1,000,000 times stronger than chemical.
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