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G9 chemistry review game G9 chemistry review game Presentation Transcript

  • em is tryG9 Ch equen ce S mm at ive Su R ev ie w © Brad KremerInternational School of Tanganyika IBMYP Science 2011
  • Instructions• Each group answers every question• One official answer / group• No partial credit• Correct answer gains point value• Wrong/no answer loses point value• Wager up to earned points on Risk Q’s
  • Equip All Mixed Table We’re Practically Neutra-This! Up Trends Stuck Speaking lized100 100 100 100 100 100200 200 200 200 200 200300 300 300 300 300 300400 400 400 400 400 400500 500 500 500 500 500600 600 600 600 600 600 Risk 1 Risk 2 Risk 3
  • 100This piece of glassware is used to beakerhold liquids but NOT to measure them. Home
  • 100 beaker Home
  • 200 This piece of lab equipment is used to are mortar and pestle? What grind larger crystals into fine powders. Home
  • 200 What are mortar and pestle? Home
  • 200 Home
  • 300 What is the to accurately This is used graduated or determine liquid volumes. measuring cylinder? Home
  • 300 What is the graduated or measuring cylinder? Home
  • 300 Home
  • 400 This distributes heat evenly wire gauze around glassware as it sits above the flame of a Bunsen burner. Home
  • 400 wire gauze Home
  • 500 This holds powder or crystal samples weighingdon’t make a so they dish mess of the electronic balance. Home
  • 500 weighing dish Home
  • 600 This is used to neatly swirl liquid Erlenmeyer or conical flask mixtures and prevent spills. Home
  • 600 Erlenmeyer or conical flask Home
  • 100These are composed of at least 2 Compoundskinds of atoms arranged in a fixed ratio. Home
  • 100 Compounds Home
  • 100 Home
  • 200 These combinations of solid, liquid, or gas solutes in a liquid Solutions may be separated by distillation,chromatography, and evaporation. Home
  • 200 Solutions Home
  • 200 Home
  • 300 The egg yolk in mayonnaise is an example of this type of catalyst, Emulsifier which stabilizes oil-in-water suspensions. Home
  • 300 Emulsifier Home
  • 300 Home
  • 400 Aerosol sprays, fog, and smoke Colloids are all examples of ________. Home
  • 400 Colloids Home
  • 400 Home
  • 500 These are gases suspended in Solid foams solids, such as pumice, styrofoam, and marshmallows. Home
  • 500 Solid foams Home
  • 500 Home
  • 600 The substance dissolved in a Solute solvent is the __________. Home
  • 600 Solute Home
  • 600 Home
  • 100 This group of highly-reactive, soft, silvery, low-density metals Alkali metals are always found bonded with other elements - never alone. Home
  • 100 Alkali metals Home
  • 100 Home
  • 200 Forms of an element which have different atomic masses due to Isotopes the number of neutrons in their nuclei. Home
  • 200 Isotopes Home
  • 200 Home
  • 300A row in the periodic table which corresponds to the number of Period energy levels or electron clouds around the atomic nuclei. Home
  • 300 Period Home
  • 300 Home
  • 400The tendency of elements to gain or lose electrons in order to Octet rule completely fill their valence electron shell. Home
  • 400 Octet rule Home
  • 400 Home
  • 500 Families of elements that all have Groups the same number of valence electrons are called ______. Home
  • 500 Groups Home
  • 500 Home
  • 600 These room-temperature gases Noble gasesare non-reactive because of their complete valence shells. Home
  • 600 Noble gases Home
  • 600 Home
  • 100 A combination of a metal cation Ionic bond and a non-metal anion. Home
  • 100 Ionic bond Home
  • 100 Home
  • 200 Write the correct chemical formula forSiO2 compound the formed from silicon and oxygen. Home
  • 200 SiO2 Home
  • 200 Home
  • 300 Write the correct chemical FeCl3 formula for iron (III) chloride. Home
  • 300 FeCl3 Home
  • 300 Home
  • 400 Pairs of electrons are shared between Covalent bond type of elements in this bond. Home
  • 400 Covalent bond Home
  • 400 Home
  • 500 Write the correct chemical N2O4formula for dinitrogen tetraoxide. Home
  • 500 N2O4 Home
  • 500 Home
  • 600 Write the correct chemical formula representing a triple C2H2 covalent bond, 2 carbon atoms, and hydrogen. Home
  • 600 C2H2 Home
  • 600 Home
  • 100 The first piece of lab equipment Safety goggles! you need for every experiment. Home
  • 100 Safety goggles! Home
  • 100 Home
  • 200 This method allows you to separate a mixture of liquids Fractional distillation based on the different boiling points of each liquid. Home
  • 200 Fractional distillation Home
  • 200 Home
  • 300 Lemon juice should have turned Red this color when the universal indicator was added to it. Home
  • 300 Red Home
  • 300 Home
  • 400 These types of reactions absorb Endothermic energy from their surroundings. Home
  • 400 Endothermic Home
  • 400 Home
  • 500What you have to do after you’ve weighed the weighing(tare)and Zero the balance dish before you weigh your sample. Home
  • 500 Zero the balance (tare) Home
  • 500 Home
  • 600 Adding magnesium metal to Exothermic hydrochloric acid is an _____________ reaction. Home
  • 600 Exothermic Home
  • 600 Home
  • 100 These substances tend to feel Bases slippery and are caustic. Home
  • 100 Bases Home
  • 100 Home
  • 200 According to Arrhenius, these Bases substances dissolve in water to release OH - ions into solution. Home
  • 200 Bases Home
  • 200 Home
  • 300 The products of any Water and salt neutralization reaction are ______ and ______. Home
  • 300 Water and salt Home
  • 300 Home
  • 400 HBr, H2SO4, and HCO3 are all Acids examples of _____. Home
  • 400 Acids Home
  • 400 Home
  • 500The reaction of an acid with this Carbonatewill produce salt, water, and CO2. Home
  • 500 Carbonate Home
  • 500 Home
  • 600 The products of acid-metal Metal salt and hydrogen gas (H2) reactions are... Home
  • 600 Metal salt and hydrogen gas (H2) Home
  • 600 Home
  • Risk 1 A measurement of the strength Electronegativity of an element’s attraction for electrons. Home
  • Risk 1 Electronegativity Home
  • Risk 1 Home
  • Risk II This group of elements may have many different ionic charges because of the small energy Transition metals differences between electrons in their valence d-orbitals. Home
  • Risk II Transition metals Home
  • Risk II Home
  • Risk III This Danish team defined acids as Brønsted-Lowry proton donors and bases as proton acceptors. Home
  • Risk III Brønsted-Lowry Home
  • Risk III Home