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2 Jeopardy! Jeopardy! Matter and Its Atomic Nature

3 Choose Your Question Early History ScientistsAtom Periodic Table TermsLaws Final

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5 FINAL JEOPARDY Category- The answer is…. The answer is….

6 Final Jeopardy back

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8 Answers Early History ScientistsAtom Periodic Table TermsLaws/Misc DemocratesLavoisier Proton, Neutron MetalsCorpuscles Law of Conservation of Mass Aristotle & Plato JJ Thomson ElectronNon-metals Heterogenous Mixture Law of Definite Proportions Air, Earth, Fire, Water DaltonIsotopeMetalloids Cathode Rays Law of Multiple Proportions AlchemyRutherford Atoms are indivisible Rb (Rubidium) Alpha particles Gases HyleMillikan All atoms of the same element have the same mass P (Phosphorous) Canal rays Final Jeopardy Answer-

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10 Early History 200 Ancient Greek scientist who thought matter was made of indivisible units (“atoma”) back

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12 Early History 400 Ancient Greek philosophers who called atoms “hyles” back

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14 Early History 600 These were the “Classic Greek elements” back

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16 Early History 800 Mystical pseudoscience; searched for philosopher’s stone back

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18 Daily Double Daily Double

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20 Early History 1000 Aristotle’s term for an indivisible unit of matter back

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23 Scientists 200 Contribution: Law of Conservation of Mass back

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25 Scientists 400 Using a CRT, discovered corpuscles back

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27 Scientists 600 Contribution: Atomic Theory back

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29 Scientists 800 Refuted Thomson’s Plum Pudding Model (Atoms are mainly empty space; Nucleus is massive and positively charged) back

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31 Scientists 1000 Discovered the charge of an electron back

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33 Atom 200 Sum of these subatomic particles = atomic mass of an atom back

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35 Atom 400 Mass is 1/1800 of a proton; negatively charged particle back

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37 Atom 600 Atoms with the same atomic number but different atomic mass numbers back

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39 Atom 800 This postulate of Dalton’s was disproved with the discovery of subatomic particles back

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41 Atom 1000 This postulate of Dalton’s was disproved by the discovery of isotopes back

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43 Periodic Table 200 Properties include solids, heat conductors, ductile, high melting point, malleable and have luster back

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45 Periodic Table 400 Properties include dull (lack of luster), nonconductors, low melting point back

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47 Periodic Table 600 Except for Aluminum, found on both sides of staircase back

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49 Daily Double Daily Double

50 Periodic Table 800 back ElementSymbol Atomic Mass p+ n°n°n°n°e- ??85??37

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52 Periodic Table 1000 back ElementSymbol Atomic Mass p+ n°n°n°n°e- ?P??16?

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54 Terms 200 Thomson’s obsolete term for electrons back

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56 Terms 400 used to describe substances in which you can see more than one color or type of matter; composition is not uniform back

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58 Terms 600 Thomson’s beam was composed of electrons back

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60 Terms 800 Radioactive particles in Rutherford’s Gold Foil Experiment back

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62 Terms 1000 Eugen Goldstein observed these by the cathode end of the CRT back

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64 Laws 200 Mass of reactants = Mass of products back

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66 Laws 400 Chemical compounds always contain the same ratio of elements by mass back

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68 Laws 600 When elements combine, they do so in a ratio of small whole numbers back

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70 Laws 800 This phase of matter has a very high kinetic energy (energy of motion) back

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