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$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 Game board Atoms Compounds Elements Mixtures Density Physical States
1-100 Atoms have this number of basic particles.
1-100A 1 - 100 What is 3?
1-200 Electrons have this electrical charge.
1-200A 1 - 100 What is negative?
1-300 These 2 particles in an atom each have a mass of 1.
1-300A 1 - 100 What are protons and neutrons?
1-400 These particles “swarm” around the atom’s nucleus.
1-400A 1 - 100 What are electrons?
1-500 This letter is the symbol for the smallest atom.
1-500A 1 - 100 What is H?
2-100 1 - 100 These are the basic units of elements.
2-100A 1 - 100 What are atoms?
2-200 The atomic number of an element is equal to these.
2-200A 1 - 100 What protons and electrons?
2-300 Chemical symbols are arranged by similar properties on this table.
2-300A 1 - 100 What is the Periodic Table ?
2-400 Atoms of the same element that have different numbers of neutrons.
2-400A 1 - 100 What are isotopes?
2-500 Elements combine to form these.
2-500A 1 - 100 What are compounds?
3-100 1 - 100 This unit is the smallest amount of a compound one could have.
3-100A 1 - 100 What is a molecule ?
3-200 Most compounds form by sharing these subatomic particles.
3-200A 1 - 100 What are electrons?
3-300 These type of properties of compounds differ from the elements it is composed of.
3-300A 1 - 100 What are chemical properties?
3-400 This type of bond holds together atoms that are sharing valence electrons.
3-400A 1 - 100 What is a covalent bond?
3-500 This type of compound forms when positively and negatively charged atoms are attracted to each other.
3-500A 1 - 100 What is an ionic compound?
4-100 1 - 100 This type of mixture forms when one substance dissolves or completely mixes into another.
4-100A 1 - 100 What is a homogeneous mixture (solution)?
4-200 The components of this mixture are not mixed evenly and retain its own properties.
4-200A 1 - 100 What is heterogeneous?
4-300 By which means can the components of a mixture be separated?
4-300A 1 - 100 What are physical means?
4-400 These are the states of matter on Earth that form mixtures.
4-400A 1 - 100 What are solid, liquid & gas?
4-500 This is the most common form of matter found in the Universe.
4-500A 1 - 100 What is plasma?
5-100 1 - 100 The formula for density is written this way.
5-100A 1 - 100 What is D=M/V?
5-200 This is the density of an object if it has a volume of 24 cm 3 and a mass of 2 grams.
5-200A 1 - 100 What is 0.08 g/cm 3
5-300 Objects that float on pond water would have a density less than this number.
5-300A 1 - 100 What is 1?
5-400 Object A and Object B have the same mass, but Object A has a greater volume. This object is more dense.
5-400A 1 - 100 What is Object B?
5-500 This substance is unusual, its density is greater as a liquid than as a solid.
5-500A 1 - 100 What is water?
6-100 1 - 100 This is the number of physical states of matter that exist in the universe.
6-100A 1 - 100 What is 4?
6-200 Atoms in this state of matter rarely switch positions.
6-200A 1 - 100 What is solid?
6-300 This state of matter is rarely found on Earth, but is the most common one in the universe.
6-300A 1 - 100 What is plasma?
6-400 This occurs when a substance changes from a solid to a gas.
6-400A 1 - 100 What is sublimation?
6-500 This is an example of deposition.
6-500A 1 - 100 What is frost or snow?
In a kitchen in Denver, boiling water would be hotter or colder than 100 o C?
COLDER (less air Pressure requires less thermal Energy to boil water)
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2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Mixture or Compound Mixture or Compound.
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