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  • 1. Ms.Smith Chem 1
  • 2. A  Thebasic building blocks of matter that make up everyday objects. A desk, the air, and even you….Click here for answerVideo 1, Video 2Click here to delve further. Next
  • 3. More about Atoms…. Protons – positive charge Neutrons – no charge Electrons – negative charge and circle the nucleus. Quark – building blocksVideo 1, Video 2 Back
  • 4. B The result of the forces of attraction that hold together atoms in an element or compound.Click here for answerVideo 1, Video 2 NextLearn more
  • 5. More Bonding Ionic Bonds  Single Bonds Covalent Bonds  Double Bonds Polar Covalent Bonds  Triple Bonds Hydrogen Bond Click here for more informationBack
  • 6. C Pure chemical substance consisting of two or more different chemical elements, that Click here for answer can be separated into Video 1, Video 2 simpler substances by chemical reactions. Next
  • 7. D Physical property of matter, unique to each element and compound. How closely “packed” or “crowded” the material appears to be.Click for answerVideo 1, Video 2 Next
  • 8.  Substance that can not beE reduced to a simpler substance by normal chemical means, composed of one type of atom distinguished by it’s atomic number. Click here for answer Video 1, Video 2, Video 3 Learn more Next
  • 9. Elements Expanded  Periodic Table (click  Symbol for more information)  Atomic Weight  Name  Group  Atomic Number  BlockBack Periodic Table
  • 10. Back Periodic Table
  • 11. F  A combination of elemental symbols and subscript numbers that is used to show the composition of a compound Click here for answer Learn More Video 1, Video 2 Practice Next
  • 12. G Lowest most stable energy state of a nucleus. Zero-point energy Click for answer Video 1 Next
  • 13.  The period ofH time it takes for a substance undergoing decay to decrease by half. Click here for answer. Video 1, Video 2 Next
  • 14. I  Atoms of the same element with different numbers of neutrons. Click here for answer Video 1, Video 2 Carbon OxygenNext
  • 15. J  They won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1935 for their discovery of artificial radioactivity.Click for answerMore Next
  • 16. K  Energy of motion  The energy due to the movement of an objectClick here for answerVideo 1, Video 2 Next
  • 17. L  The reactant in a chemical reaction that limits the amount of product that can be formed. The reaction will stop when all of the limiting reactant is consumed. Click here for answer Video Next
  • 18. M   Everything around you. Made of atoms and molecules. Has a mass and takes up space. Elements and compounds move from one physical state to another and not change.Click for answerVideo 1, Video 2Learn More
  • 19. States of MatterSolid Liquid Gas Next
  • 20. Solids Fixed volume and shape.  Particles are locked into place. Not easily compressed  Little free space between particles Does not flow easily.  Particles cannot move/slide past one another Back
  • 21. Liquid Assumes the shape of the part of the container which it occupies.  Particles can move/ slide past one another Not easily compressed  Little free space between particles. Flows easily  Particles can move/slide past one another. Back
  • 22. Gas  Assumes the shape and volume of its container.  Particles can move past one another  Compressible  Lots of free space between particles  Flows easily  Particles can move past one another.Back
  • 23. N  The number of equivalents of a substance dissolved in a liter of solution Click here for answer Next
  • 24. O  The movement of solvent molecules through a selectively-permeable membrane into a region of higher solute concentration aiming to equalize the solute concentrations on the two sides. Click here for answer Video 1, Video 2 Next
  • 25. P The concentration of hydrogen ions in commonly expressed in terms of ____ scale. Scale from 0 (acid – 14 base) Tested on Litmus Paper Click here for answer Video 1, Video 2 Next
  • 26. Q&Q  Refers to type of information based in amounts, or measurements.  Refers to information based on qualities. Click here for answer Video Next
  • 27. R  The particles which are emitted from nuclei as a result of nuclear instability. Click here for answer Video Next
  • 28. S Click here for answer Video Property of the surface of a liquid that allows it to resist an external force. Next
  • 29. T  Physical property of matter that quantitatively expresses the common notions of hot and cold. Click here for answer Video 1 Visual Examples Next
  • 30. More about Temperature Measured in:  Kelvin (K)  Celsius (C)  Fahrenheit (F)  Newton Heat Capacity Boiling Point Melting Point Freezing Point Absolute ZeroBack
  • 31. U  Smallest unit of a crystal, which, if repeated, could generate the whole crystal. Click here for answer Next
  • 32. V  Substance with a high vapor pressure.  Tendency of a substance to vaporize. Click here for answer Next
  • 33. W  Made by combining two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom.  H2OClick here for answer Next
  • 34. X Rare odorless, colorless, tasteless, chemically unreactive gas. Atomic number 54 XeClick here for answer Next
  • 35. Y The amount of Click here for answer product obtained in Video 1, Video 2 a chemical reaction. Next
  • 36. Z  Microporous, aluminosilicate minerals commonly used as a commercial adsorbents. Click here for answer