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Jeopardy Vocabulary Atomic structure Periodic table elements Potpurri Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question Vocabulary This is the name for the rows that go across on the periodic table.
$100 Answer Vocabulary What are periods?
$200 Question Vocabulary Has the negative charge of an atom.
$200 Answer Vocabulary What is the electron?
$300 Question Vocabulary Found in the nucleus of an atom and has a positive charge.
$300 Answer Vocabulary What is the proton?
$400 Question Vocabulary The electrons found in the outermost energy level of an atom.
$400 Answer Vocabulary What is valence electron?
$500 Question Vocabulary This uses the atomic symbol and dots to show the valence electrons.
$500 Answer Vocabulary What is the dot diagram?
$100 Question Atomic Structure Although very small in size compared to the whole atom, the part of the atom that contains most of the mass?
$100 Answer Atomic Structure What is the nucleus?
$200 Question Atomic Structure The volume of an atom is mostly this.
$200 Answer Atomic Structure What is empty space?
$300 Question Atomic Structure The atomic mass is based on the number of these two parts of the atom.
$300 Answer Atomic Structure What are the protons and the neutrons ?
$400 Question Atomic Structure The unit of measure the atomic mass is measured in.
$400 Answer Atomic Structure What is AMU or atomic mass unit?
$500 Question Atomic Structure The “orbits” the electrons have around the nucleus are called this.
$500 Answer Atomic Structure What are energy levels or shells?
$100 Question Periodic Table He is credited for the idea of the periodic table.
$100 Answer Periodic Table Who is Mendeleev?
$200 Question Periodic Table In the current periodic table, elements are arranged according to this.
$200 Answer Periodic Table What is the atomic number?
$300 Question Periodic Table The atomic number of an element also tells us the number of these.
$300 Answer Periodic Table What is protons (and electrons)?
$400 Question Periodic Table Another name for a group on the periodic table is this.
$400 Answer Periodic Table What is a family?
$500 Question Periodic Table These are found to the left of the zig zag line on the periodic table.
$500 Answer Periodic Table What are metals?
$100 Question elements The smallest particles of an element.
$100 Answer elements What is an atom?
$200 Question elements These metals are found in group one on the periodic table and are the most reactive.
$200 Answer elements What are alkali metals?
$300 Question elements Neon is a member of this family of gases.
$300 Answer elements What are Noble gases?
$400 Question elements Number of valence electrons found in alkaline earth metals.
$400 Answer elements What is 2?
$500 Question elements The lanthanides and actinides found on the bottom two rows of the table are also known as this.
$500 Answer elements What are rare earth metals?
$100 Question Potpurri Properties of these include malleability, shiny, magnetic.
$100 Answer Potpurri What are metals?
$200 Question Potpurri These physical properties include dullness, brittle, and these are often found as gases.
$200 Answer Potpurri What are non-metals?
$300 Question Potpurri An example of this ‘mixture of metals’ is bronze, which is created by combining copper and tin.
$300 Answer Potpurri What is an alloy?
$400 Question Potpurri The electrons that are shared or given up and involved in bonding are these.
$400 Answer Potpurri What are valence electrons?
$500 Question Potpurri The greatest number of valence electrons an atom can have.
$500 Answer Potpurri What is eight (8)?
Final Jeopardy Because these have characteristics of both metals and non-metals, these make good semi-conductors.
Final Jeopardy Answer What are metalloids?
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