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1 Atomic Structure Review Game

2 Clark Kent : Superman :: Bruce Wayne : 1.Batman 2.Hulk 3.Spiderman 4.Wolverine

3 Please select a Team. 1.Team 1 2.Team 2 3.Team 3 4.Team 4 5.Team 5 6.Team 6

4 Solid, Indivisible Sphere of Matter

5 Whose model of the atom was that? 1.Dalton 2.Thomson 3.Rutherford 4.Chadwick

6 J.J. Thomson & Cathode Ray

7 What happened to the cathode ray in the experiment? 1.It was repelled by a (+) charge. 2.It bounced back to the cathode. 3.It was stopped by a magnet. 4.It was deflected away from a (-) charge.

8 The charge-to-mass ratio of the cathode rays was always the same regardless of… 1.the metal used for the cathode. 2.the gas used in the tube. 3.Both 1 & 2 4.None of the above

9 Thomson’s Experiment The Cathode Ray Tube

10 What particle did Thomson discover through the cathode ray experiment? 1.Electron 2.Proton 3.Neutron 4.All of the above

11 Millikan & Oil Drop Experiment

12 What was Millikan able to measure in his oil drop experiment? 1.Electron’s mass 2.Electron’s charge 3.Electron’s radius 4.Oil’s density

13 Millikan and Thomson’s work revealed what property of electrons? 1.Negative charge 2.Exist in all atoms 3.Mass is very small 4.All of the above

14 Team Scores 600Team 3 500Team 1 500Team 5 475Team Team 6 400Team 4

15 What percentage of your current points would you like to wager on the next question? 1.0% 2.25% 3.50% 4.75% 5.100%

16 What did scientists conclude about the atom when the electron was discovered? 1.The atom must contain a (+) charge. 2.The atom was divisible. 3.Most of the atom’s mass must come from another particle. 4.All of the above

17 What was Thomson’s model of the atom? 1.Nuclear model 2.Neutron model 3.Plum-pudding 4.Cottage cheese

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19 Number 1 is ___________ while number 2 is ____________. 1.(+); (-) 2.(-); (+) 3.Neutral; (-) 4.Neutral; (+)

20 J J Thomson’s Model

21 Team Scores 1300Team Team Team Team 6 500Team 3 500Team 4

22 Participant Scores 1300Sarah Horner 1300Jacob Mann 1300Troy Baney 1300Gwendolyn Lowery 1300Aaron Rockey

23 Rutherford and Gold Foil

24 What was the result of the gold foil experiment? 1.Most alpha particles bounced back. 2.All alpha particles went straight through. 3.A few alpha particles bounced back. 4.None of the above

25 What conclusion did Rutherford come to after the gold foil experiment? 1.Most of the atom is empty space. 2.A dense region of (+) charge existed in the atom. 3.Thomson’s model was incorrect. 4.All of the above

26 Rutherford’s Experiment Gold Foil

27 What was Rutherford’s model of the atom? 1.Planetary model 2.Neutron model 3.Gold foil model 4.Nuclear model

28 Rutherford’s Nuclear Model

29 Chadwick finished off the atom with the discovery of the ____________. 1.Electron 2.Proton 3.Neutron 4.Missing link

30 Team Scores 1700Team Team Team Team 6 800Team 3 800Team 4

31 Participant Scores 1700Troy Baney 1700Aaron Rockey 1700Jacob Mann 1700Sarah Horner 1700Gwendolyn Lowery

32 Atomic Structure

33 What percentage of your current points would you like to wager on the next question? 1.0% 2.25% 3.50% 4.75% 5.100%

34 The nucleus takes up most of the room in the atom. 1.True 2.False 3.Depends on the element 4.Depends on the isotope

35 What percentage of your current points would you like to wager on the next question? 1.0% 2.25% 3.50% 4.75% 5.100%

36 The nucleus accounts for most of the mass of the atom. 1.True 2.False 3.Depends on the element 4.Depends on the isotope

37 What percentage of your current points would you like to wager on the next question? 1.0% 2.25% 3.50% 4.75% 5.100%

38 The diameter of an atom is _____ orders of magnitude smaller than the height of a human

39 Which is the most massive subatomic particle? 1.Electron 2.Proton 3.Neutron

40 Which particle has no charge? 1.Electron 2.Proton 3.Neutron

41 Electrons are about half the size of protons. 1.True 2.False

42 For an atom to be neutral, it must have the same number of _________. 1.e - & p + 2.e - & n o 3.n o & p + 4.e - & p + & n o

43 Team Scores 14700Team Team Team Team Team 4 400Team 3

44 Participant Scores 14700Troy Baney 14700Aaron Rockey 12200Kayla Decker 12200Karissa Dixon 12200Whitney Stahly

45 ?

46 What is the number “8” in the previous slide? 1.Atomic mass 2.Atomic number 3.Mass number 4.Isotope number

47 What is special about the atomic number? 1.Number of protons 2.Defines an element 3.Also the number of electrons 4.All of the above

48 ?

49 What is in the previous slide? 1.Atomic mass 2.Molar mass 3.Mass number 4.1 & 2 5.All of the above

50 Hyphen Notation Carbon - 12 ?

51 What is the number “12” in the previous slide? 1.Atomic number 2.Number of protons 3.Number of neutrons 4.Mass number 5.Both 1 & 2

52 Nuclear Symbol ? ?

53 The top number is the _______ number while the bottom is the ________ number. 1.Mass; atomic 2.Atomic; Mass 3.Neutron; proton 4.Proton; neutron

54 Mass # Atomic #

55 What percentage of your current points would you like to wager on the next question? 1.0% 2.25% 3.50% 4.75% 5.100%

56 The nuclear symbol in the previous slide indicates the number of neutrons is _____ None of the above

57 Isotopes © Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc.

58 When calculating average atomic mass, you must do a(n) _________ average. 1.abundant 2.simple 3.weighted 4.nuclear

59 Racing Leader Board 1.Team 1 (30200) 2.Team 5 (19600) 3.Team 2 ( ) 4.Team 6 ( ) 5.Team 4 ( )

60 Team Scores 30200Team Team Team Team Team Team 3

61 Participant Scores 30200Troy Baney 30200Aaron Rockey 25400Whitney Stahly 25400Kayla Decker 25400Karissa Dixon

62 Team MVP PointsTeamParticipant 30200Team 1Aaron Rockey 25400Team 5Whitney Stahly 24125Team 2Sarah Horner 22200Team 6Katelyn Matsko 5275Team 4Kaylee Stauffer 1600Team 3Sean Gipson

63 Winner!!! Team 1


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