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Cumulative Test Review. Chemistry and Hydrosphere. Chemistry Review – Periodic Table. What are rows? What are groups? What does the atomic number tell you? What does the atomic mass tell you? What are the names of the following: Group 1, Group 2, Groups 3-12, Group 17, Group 18. Atoms.

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cumulative test review

Cumulative Test Review

Chemistry and Hydrosphere

chemistry review periodic table
Chemistry Review – Periodic Table
  • What are rows?
  • What are groups?
  • What does the atomic number tell you?
  • What does the atomic mass tell you?
  • What are the names of the following:
    • Group 1, Group 2, Groups 3-12, Group 17, Group 18
atoms
Atoms
  • What are the three subatomic particles?
  • What lives inside the nucleus?
  • What lives in the electron cloud?
  • How do we find the number of electrons?
  • How do we find the number of protons?
  • How do we find the number of neutrons?
physical properties
Physical Properties
  • What is the definition of a physical property?
  • Give the definitions for:
    • Malleability
    • Boiling point
    • Luster
    • Ductility
    • Melting point
chemical properties
Chemical Properties
  • What is the definition of chemical property?
  • Give the definition of:
    • Flammability
    • Corrosiveness
    • Reactivity
physical change
Physical change
  • What is the definition of physical change?
  • Give three examples of physical changes.
chemical change
Chemical Change
  • What is the definition of chemical change?
  • What are the five indicators of a chemical reaction?
  • Give three examples of chemical changes.
bohr models
Bohr Models
  • Draw a Bohr model for Carbon, Nitrogen, and Neon.
  • What is a valence electron?
hydrosphere
Hydrosphere
  • What does hydrosphere mean?
  • How much of the earth’s water is salt water?
  • How much of the earth’s water is fresh water?
  • Where is most of the earth’s fresh water located?
  • Where is the water available for human consumption?
water properties
Water Properties
  • Define:
    • Buoyancy
    • Density
    • Polarity
    • Cohesion
    • Adhesion
    • Capillary action
    • Surface tension
oceans
Oceans
  • Define:
    • Continental shelf
    • Continental slope
    • Mid-ocean ridge
    • Deep ocean trench
    • Abyssal plain
ocean zones
Ocean Zones
  • Define:
    • Littoral zone
    • Neritic zone
    • Pelagic zone
    • Benthic zone
    • Where would we find a kelp forest?
    • Where would we find a coral reef?
    • Where would we find a hydrothermal vent?
ocean habitats
Ocean habitats
  • Why does a kelp forest need to be in the photic zone?
  • Why does a coral reef need to be in the photic zone?
  • What process is the basis of a food web at a hydrothermal vent?
  • What is special about organisms which live in the intertidal zone?
satellites
Satellites
  • What could we use remote sensing for?
  • What could we use SONAR for?
  • How could satellites be used to monitor upwelling?
upwelling
Upwelling
  • How does salinity change the density of water?
  • How does temperature change the density of water?
  • Why would a fisherman have a better catch at an area of upwelling?
water quality
Water Quality
  • Define:
    • Turbidity
    • Nitrates
    • pH
    • Bioindicators
    • Dissolved oxygen
    • temperature
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Water Quality
  • How does turbidity change the temperature?
  • How does temperature effect dissolved oxygen?
  • How would a nearby farm effect nitrates?
  • What would excessive nitrates cause in a pond?
  • What should the pH of water be?
estuaries
Estuaries
  • Water in estuaries would be considered as what?
  • What is an estuary?
  • Why are estuaries important to oceanic foodwebs?
  • Explain the difference between terrestrial and aquatic.
pollution
Pollution
  • Runoff is an example of what type of pollution?
  • Describe the difference between point and non-point source pollution.
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