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10 20 30 40 Physical/ Chemical Properties and Change Final jeopardy question Periodic Table Renewable vs. Non- Renewable Resources Chemical Reactions Atomic Structure/ Bonding
Properties that can be observed without changing the identity of the matter are... 10 Point Question
Carbon Dioxide gas being produced from mixing vinegar and baking soda is a ____________ change 20 Point Question
Producing sawdust from the sawing of firewood is an example of a _____________ change 30 Point Question
The ability of a substance to become a newer substance with newer properties unlike the first 40 Point Question
There are this many periods on the periodic table 10 Point Question
What is the atomic mass of the following element? Li3 6.941 20 Point Question
How can you identify the number or electrons and protons of an atom 30 Point Question
Which group number holds the members of the halogen group? 40 Point Question
If a atom loses an electron, it becomes a ___________ ion 10 Point Question
Name the correct compound that these two atoms make +1-4 4 20 Point Question
An atom that gains an electron becomes a _________ ion 30 Point Question
An atom that acquires a charge by losing or gaining an electron is known as a... 40 Point Question
Name one way that a chemical reaction can be identified 10 Point Question
The starting materials of a chemical reaction are called... 20 Point Question
All chemical equations must be balanced due to the law of... 30 Point Question
Cu + 2 AgNO 3 2 Ag + Cu(NO 3 ) 2 What are the products of this equation? 40 Point Question
Fossil Fuels are this type of energy resource 10 Point Question
What type of renewable energy resource is the most abundant? 20 Point Question
This type of energy takes advantage of potential energy and changes it into kinetic energy 30 Point Question
This type of energy comes from the crust of the Earth, based on natural heating 40 Point Question
Final jeopardy Is this equation balanced? Zn + 2HCl ZnCl 3 + H 2
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