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Atomic
Structure
Atomic
Models
Periodic
Table
Matter
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Formulas
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Equations
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Most of the space in an
atom is filled with
this:
A 100
Protons are found
here in an atom:
A 200
What is empty space?
A 100
What is in the nucleus?
A 200
These subatomic
particles make
up the mass of an atom:
A 300
What is protons plus neutrons?
A 300
Ions form when these subatomic
particles are not equal
A 400
What are protons and electrons
P≠E
A 400
The term used to describe atoms that
have more/less neutrons than the
“regular” atom (based on the atomic
mass on the periodic table)
A 500
What are isotopes?
A 500
This type of atom shows electrons
orbiting the nucleus in specific
energy levels, or shells:
B 100
What is the Bohr Model?
B 100
This atomic model was
theorized by
the scientist JJ Thomson:
B 200
What is the
“Plum Pudding” Model?
B 200
A Bohr Model of Beryllium
is composed of this
many protons, neutrons,
and electrons:
B 300
What is 4 protons, 4 electrons,
and 5 neutrons?
B 300
A Bohr Model of this neutral
element has 20 electrons:
B 400
What is Calcium (Ca)?
B 400
This is a correct drawing of
a Bohr Model of Nitrogen:
B 500
B 500
Magnesium, Aluminum,
and Argon all have this
in common:
C 100
What is 3 energy levels?
C 100
Arsenic is classified
as this on the periodic table:
C 200
What is a metalloid?
C 200
This element has a full
valence shell and is
in period 4:
C 300
What is Krypton?
C 300
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DOUBLE
C 400
This element has the
smallest atomic number
of all the elements that
have three energy levels:
C 400
What is Sodium (Na)?
C 400
Elements from these
families form salts:
C 500
What is Alkali Metals
and Halogens?
C 500
Elements in the same
__________ have similar
properties.
D 100
What is group or family?
D 100
This property of metal
allows it to be
pulled into wire:
D 200
What is ductility?
D 200
Elements in this family
have properties most
similar to Sulfur:
D 300
What is the
Oxygen Family?
D 300
Chemical or Physical
Property: Oxidation
D 400
What is chemical?
(Oxidations means
reacting with Oxygen
like rusting)
D 400
This type of reaction
feels hot because
heat is released:
D 500
What is exothermic?
D 500
This is the subscript
of the sulfur atom
in sulfuric acid
H2S04
E 100
What is 1?
E 100
In a chemical formula,
this tells you the number
of molecules:
E 200
What is the coefficient?
E 200
This is the number
of atoms in the
chemical formula
(NH4)2CO3
E 300
What is 14?
E 300
These are the products
in the equation below:
2Mg + O2 → 2MgO
E 400
2MgO
E 400
This is the number of
atoms on the reactants
side of the equation below:
3CO + Fe2O3  2Fe + 2CO2
E 500
What is 11?
E 500
The diagram shows this element:
F 100
What is Phosphorus?
F 100
Element/Compound/Mixture
Air is classified as this:
F 200
What is a mixture?
F 200
chemical reaction / physical change
Change of state of matter
is classified as this:
F 300
What is a physical change?
F 300
This is the number of
Hydrogen atoms in the
following equation:
3Ca(OH)2
F 400
What is 6?
F 400
True or False:
In a chemical equation,
there can be different
number of atoms of an
element on the reactant
side for the same element
on the product side.
F 500
FALSE
F 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is:
Stoichiometry
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This is the coefficient of the water molecule
when the following equation is balanced:
___C2H6 + ___O2  ___CO2 + ___H2O
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What is 6?
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