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THIS. IS. JEEPARTY. Your. With. Host. Mrs. Logue. Periodic Table Structure. Nonmetals and Metalloids. Names not numbers. History. Atoms. Metals. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400.

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JEEPARTY


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Mrs. Logue


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Periodic Table Structure

Nonmetals and Metalloids

Names not numbers

History

Atoms

Metals

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Greek Philosopher with the idea that all matter was made up of tiny particles

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Who is Democritus?

A 100


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The English Chemist that formed the modern day atomic theory

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Who is John Dalton?

A 200


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The Russian scientist considered to be the father of the periodic table

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Who is Dimitri Mendeleev?

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How the first periodic table was arranged

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What is atomic mass?

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How the modern periodic table is arranged

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What is atomic number?

A 500


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Horizontal rows that run from left to right

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What are periods?

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A vertical column on the periodic table

B 200


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What is a group or family?

B 200


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The elements placed

at the bottom of the table

for convience

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What are

lanthanides

and actanides?

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The name of the elements

located along the

zigzag line

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What are metalloids?

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Elements in the same group have this in common.

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What are the same number of electrons in the valence shell?

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The last shell or orbital of an atom

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What is the valence shell?

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The number of

protons in

the nucleus of an

atom

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What is the

atomic number?

C 200


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The smallest particle of an element

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What is an atom?

C 300


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C 400


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The only electrons of an

atom involved in

the transferring or

sharing of

electrons

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What are

valence electrons?

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The total number

of protons and

neutrons in the

nucleus of an atom

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What is the atomic mass of an atom?

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A term used to describe a material that can be pulled out into a long wire

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What is ductile?

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A term used to describe material that can be hammered or rolled into shape

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What is malleable?

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A mixture of two or more metals

D 300


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What is an alloy?

D 300


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Elements in the group of metals that can transmit heat and electricity easily

D 400


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What are conductors?

D 400


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The wearing away of metal oxide flakes

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What is corrosion?

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An element grouped by itself, it is extremely reactive and the simplest element on the chart. It has only 1 proton and 1 electron

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What is Hydrogen?

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An element that can conduct electricity under some conditions

E 200


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What is a semiconductor?

E 200


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A family of very reactive elements whose atoms have 7 valence electrons

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What is the Halogen Family?

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Elements that have some of the characteristics of both metals nonmetals

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What is a metalloid?

E 400


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Unreactive elements that do not gain, lose, or share valence electrons

E 500


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What are the noble gases

E 500


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The name of the 1st element in the Alkali Metal Family

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What Is Lithium

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The Family name

of group 17

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What is the Halogen

Family?

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The

family

that has 5 valence

electrons

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What is the Nitrogen family?

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What is the name of an element in the Oxygen Family?

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The name of group 14

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What is the Carbon Family?

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The Final Jeopardy Category is:

Rare Earth Elements

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The Names of the two rows of rare Earth Elements

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What are the actinides and lanthanides?

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