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```Science – A Way
Of Thinking
Measurement
Classification
Of Matter
Atomic
Structure
Laboratory &
Chemical Safety
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A Way Of Thinking – 10 Points
QUESTION:
•This is the statement that scientists use to clearly share what
they expect to find out during their experiment.
•(What is a hypothesis?)
A Way Of Thinking – 20 Points
QUESTION:
•This is the traditional model of how to conduct scientific
inquiry.
•(What is the scientific method?)
A Way Of Thinking – 30 Points
QUESTION:
•The variable you are going to change in the experiment.
•(What is the independent variable?)
A Way Of Thinking – 40 Points
QUESTION:
•This does not change throughout the experiment.
•(What is a control?)
A Way Of Thinking – 50 Points
QUESTION:
•A description of a natural event or thing shown to occur
again and again under certain conditions.
•(What is a law?)
Measurement– 10 Points
QUESTION:
•The measure of the amount of matter in an object.
•(What is mass?)
Measurement– 20 Points
QUESTION:
•The method scientists use to write very large and very small
numbers.
•(What is scientific notation?)
Measurement– 30 Points
QUESTION:
•The metric scale for absolute temperature.
•(What is Kelvin?)
Measurement– 40 Points
QUESTION:
•Type your question in here relating to Topic 2. As the Points
get higher make questions harder.
Measurement– 50 Points
QUESTION:
•This is the prefix for a base unit (i.e. meter) with a numerical
value of 109 (1,000,000,000).
•(What is giga-?)
Classification Of Matter – 10 Points
QUESTION:
•Two or more substances that are combined physically .
•(What is a mixture?)
Classification Of Matter – 20 Points
QUESTION:
•This has a definite volume but not definite shape.
•(What is liquid?)
Classification Of Matter – 30 Points
QUESTION:
•The movement of particles from an area of high
concentration to an area of low concentration.
•(What is diffusion?)
Classification Of Matter – 40 Points
QUESTION:
•A change of state from a gas to a liquid.
•(What is condensation?)
Classification Of Matter – 50 Points
QUESTION:
•This is the mass of one molecule of a substance.
•(What is molar mass?)
Atomic Structure – 10 Points
QUESTION:
•The number of protons in an atom’s nucleus.
•(What is the atomic number?)
Atomic Structure – 20 Points
QUESTION:
•These two particles make up the nucleus of an atom.
•(What are protons and neutrons?)
Atomic Structure – 30 Points
QUESTION:
•Protons, neutrons, and electrons have these kind of charges.
•(What is positive (+), neutral, and negative (-)?)
Atomic Structure – 40 Points
QUESTION:
•When an atom loses electrons, the atom becomes positively
charged. This atom is now a positively-charged ion.
•(What are cations?)
Atomic Structure – 50 Points
QUESTION:
•The Danish scientist that suggested that the outer
orbits determined the atom’s chemical properties as
well as had a “model” named after him .
•(Who is Niels Bohr?)
Laboratory & Chemical Safety – 10 Points
QUESTION:
•The first place to look for chemical safety information.
•(What is the label of the container?)
Laboratory & Chemical Safety
QUESTION:
•This is the range for hazard ratings.
•(What is 0 to 4?)
– 20 Points
Laboratory & Chemical Safety – 30 Points
QUESTION:
•Gives workers and emergency personnel information
about the proper way to handle or work with a certain
substance.
•(What is the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)?)
Laboratory & Chemical Safety – 40 Points
QUESTION:
•Indicates the likelihood of the substance to vaporize, ignite,
and burn.