FermiFeud
FermiFeudShocking!SUp & Atom Let’s Split! Power It Up!Q $100Q $200Q $300Q $400Q $500Q $100 Q $100Q $100 Q $100Q $200 Q $20...
Shocking! for $100 –QuestionThis is energy in actionClick this symbol toreturn to categories
Shocking! for $100 –AnswerWhat is kinetic energy?
Shocking! for $200 –QuestionGases that change Earth’sclimate that come frommaking electricity by burningfossil fuels
Shocking! for $200 –AnswerWhat are greenhouse gases?
Shocking! for $300 –QuestionThe flow of electrons
Shocking! for $300 –AnswerWhat is electricity?
Shocking! for $400 –QuestionAt many kinds of power plantsit is used to turn the blades of aturbine
Shocking! for $400 –AnswerWhat is steam?
Shocking! for $500 –QuestionNuclear energy is usedto make this percent ofelectricity in the U.S.
Shocking! for $500 –AnswerWhat is 20 %?
Up & Atom for $100 –QuestionThese are made ofprotons, electrons, andneutrons
Up & Atom for $100 –AnswerWhat are atoms?
Up & Atom for $200 –QuestionThe dense bundle at thecenter of an atom
Up & Atom for $200 –AnswerWhat is the nucleus?
Up & Atom for $300 –QuestionThe part of the atom that hasa positive (+) electrical charge
Up & Atom for $300 –AnswerWhat is the proton?
Up & Atom for $400 –QuestionThese orbit (circle) thenucleus in a cloud
Up & Atom for $400 –AnswerWhat are electrons?
Up & Atom for $500 –QuestionThe part of the atom thathas no electrical charge
Up & Atom for $500 –AnswerWhat is a neutron?
It’s Everywhere for $100 -QuestionHigh energy that canknock electrons fromatoms or molecules
It’s Everywhere for $100 -AnswerWhat is ionizing radiation?
It’s Everywhere for $200 -QuestionLight, microwaves, radioand TV waves are examples
It’s Everywhere for $200 -AnswerWhat is non-ionizingradiation?
It’s Everywhere for $300 -QuestionRadiation that is pureenergy with no mass
It’s Everywhere for $300 -AnswerWhat is gamma radiation?(or What are gamma rays?)
It’s Everywhere for $400 -QuestionA rule for limiting yourexposure to radiation issummarized by thesethree words
It’s Everywhere for $400 -AnswerWhat are Time, Distance,and Shielding?
It’s Everywhere for $500 -QuestionRadiation from rocks,cosmic rays, radon, andyour own body
It’s Everywhere for $500 -AnswerWhat is backgroundradiation?
Let’s Split! for $100 –QuestionThe process of splittingatoms to release largeamounts of energy
Let’s Split! for $100 –AnswerWhat is fission?
Let’s Split! for $200 –QuestionThe fuel at a nuclearpower plant is thisisotope of uranium
Let’s Split! for $200 –AnswerWhat is uranium-235?
Let’s Split! for $300 –QuestionA chain reaction occurswhen these particles hitand split millions of U-235atoms
Let’s Split! for $300 –AnswerWhat are neutrons?
Let’s Split! for $400 –QuestionThis form of fuel is equal to1 ton of coal, 3 barrels of oil,or 2-1/2 tons of wood
Let’s Split! for $400 –AnswerWhat is a uranium fuelpellet?
Let’s Split! for $500 –QuestionThis process increases theamount of U-235 from 1 toat least 3 percent for powerplant fuel
Let’s Split! for $500 –AnswerWhat is enrichment?
Power It Up! for $100 –QuestionFission takes place here
Power It Up! For $100 –AnswerWhat is the reactor?
Power It Up! for $200 –QuestionThe heat from fission convertswater from a liquid phase tothis gaseous phase
Power It Up! for $200 –AnswerWhat is steam?
Power It Up! for $300 -QuestionSteam turns its blades
Power It Up! for $300 –AnswerWhat is the turbine?
Power It Up! for $400 –QuestionSpent fuel becomes lessradioactive over timedue to this process
Power It Up! for $400 –AnswerWhat is radioactive decay?
Power It Up! for $500 –QuestionThis type of facility deepbeneath the Earth’s surfacein stable rock can isolate spentfuel f...
Power It Up! for $500 –AnswerWhat is a geologic repository?
Final Feud for $1000The source of one half of theexposure to radiation each yearfor the average American
Final Feud AnswerWhat is natural backgroundradiation?
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Fermi Feud

  1. 1. FermiFeud
  2. 2. FermiFeudShocking!SUp & Atom Let’s Split! Power It Up!Q $100Q $200Q $300Q $400Q $500Q $100 Q $100Q $100 Q $100Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500Final FeudEverywhere
  3. 3. Shocking! for $100 –QuestionThis is energy in actionClick this symbol toreturn to categories
  4. 4. Shocking! for $100 –AnswerWhat is kinetic energy?
  5. 5. Shocking! for $200 –QuestionGases that change Earth’sclimate that come frommaking electricity by burningfossil fuels
  6. 6. Shocking! for $200 –AnswerWhat are greenhouse gases?
  7. 7. Shocking! for $300 –QuestionThe flow of electrons
  8. 8. Shocking! for $300 –AnswerWhat is electricity?
  9. 9. Shocking! for $400 –QuestionAt many kinds of power plantsit is used to turn the blades of aturbine
  10. 10. Shocking! for $400 –AnswerWhat is steam?
  11. 11. Shocking! for $500 –QuestionNuclear energy is usedto make this percent ofelectricity in the U.S.
  12. 12. Shocking! for $500 –AnswerWhat is 20 %?
  13. 13. Up & Atom for $100 –QuestionThese are made ofprotons, electrons, andneutrons
  14. 14. Up & Atom for $100 –AnswerWhat are atoms?
  15. 15. Up & Atom for $200 –QuestionThe dense bundle at thecenter of an atom
  16. 16. Up & Atom for $200 –AnswerWhat is the nucleus?
  17. 17. Up & Atom for $300 –QuestionThe part of the atom that hasa positive (+) electrical charge
  18. 18. Up & Atom for $300 –AnswerWhat is the proton?
  19. 19. Up & Atom for $400 –QuestionThese orbit (circle) thenucleus in a cloud
  20. 20. Up & Atom for $400 –AnswerWhat are electrons?
  21. 21. Up & Atom for $500 –QuestionThe part of the atom thathas no electrical charge
  22. 22. Up & Atom for $500 –AnswerWhat is a neutron?
  23. 23. It’s Everywhere for $100 -QuestionHigh energy that canknock electrons fromatoms or molecules
  24. 24. It’s Everywhere for $100 -AnswerWhat is ionizing radiation?
  25. 25. It’s Everywhere for $200 -QuestionLight, microwaves, radioand TV waves are examples
  26. 26. It’s Everywhere for $200 -AnswerWhat is non-ionizingradiation?
  27. 27. It’s Everywhere for $300 -QuestionRadiation that is pureenergy with no mass
  28. 28. It’s Everywhere for $300 -AnswerWhat is gamma radiation?(or What are gamma rays?)
  29. 29. It’s Everywhere for $400 -QuestionA rule for limiting yourexposure to radiation issummarized by thesethree words
  30. 30. It’s Everywhere for $400 -AnswerWhat are Time, Distance,and Shielding?
  31. 31. It’s Everywhere for $500 -QuestionRadiation from rocks,cosmic rays, radon, andyour own body
  32. 32. It’s Everywhere for $500 -AnswerWhat is backgroundradiation?
  33. 33. Let’s Split! for $100 –QuestionThe process of splittingatoms to release largeamounts of energy
  34. 34. Let’s Split! for $100 –AnswerWhat is fission?
  35. 35. Let’s Split! for $200 –QuestionThe fuel at a nuclearpower plant is thisisotope of uranium
  36. 36. Let’s Split! for $200 –AnswerWhat is uranium-235?
  37. 37. Let’s Split! for $300 –QuestionA chain reaction occurswhen these particles hitand split millions of U-235atoms
  38. 38. Let’s Split! for $300 –AnswerWhat are neutrons?
  39. 39. Let’s Split! for $400 –QuestionThis form of fuel is equal to1 ton of coal, 3 barrels of oil,or 2-1/2 tons of wood
  40. 40. Let’s Split! for $400 –AnswerWhat is a uranium fuelpellet?
  41. 41. Let’s Split! for $500 –QuestionThis process increases theamount of U-235 from 1 toat least 3 percent for powerplant fuel
  42. 42. Let’s Split! for $500 –AnswerWhat is enrichment?
  43. 43. Power It Up! for $100 –QuestionFission takes place here
  44. 44. Power It Up! For $100 –AnswerWhat is the reactor?
  45. 45. Power It Up! for $200 –QuestionThe heat from fission convertswater from a liquid phase tothis gaseous phase
  46. 46. Power It Up! for $200 –AnswerWhat is steam?
  47. 47. Power It Up! for $300 -QuestionSteam turns its blades
  48. 48. Power It Up! for $300 –AnswerWhat is the turbine?
  49. 49. Power It Up! for $400 –QuestionSpent fuel becomes lessradioactive over timedue to this process
  50. 50. Power It Up! for $400 –AnswerWhat is radioactive decay?
  51. 51. Power It Up! for $500 –QuestionThis type of facility deepbeneath the Earth’s surfacein stable rock can isolate spentfuel for thousands of years
  52. 52. Power It Up! for $500 –AnswerWhat is a geologic repository?
  53. 53. Final Feud for $1000The source of one half of theexposure to radiation each yearfor the average American
  54. 54. Final Feud AnswerWhat is natural backgroundradiation?

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