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Periodic table review

MATTER

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ATOM

LAYOUT

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NUMBERS

HISTORY

SCATTERS

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Matter 100

The state of matter in which molecules spread out to completely fill and take the shape of the container.

What is gas?

MATTER - $100

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Matter 200

This state of matter has a definite shape and volume as the atoms are packed closely together in a fixed position.

What is a solid?

MATTER - $200

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Matter 300

This state of matter has a definite volume but not shape in that its molecules are close together but still able to move around.

What is a liquid?

MATTER - $300

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Matter 400

All matter is made of this. that its molecules are close together but still able to move around.

What are atoms?

MATTER - $400

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Matter 500

This fourth state of matter makes up most of the universe and is described as a super heated gas. On Earth, lightening is the most common example of this state of matter.

What is plasma?

MATTER - $500

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The atom 100

The region where the electrons are found. and is described as a super heated gas. On Earth, lightening is the most common example of this state of matter.

What is the electron cloud?

THE ATOM - $100

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The atom 200

Positively charged particle found in the nucleus. and is described as a super heated gas. On Earth, lightening is the most common example of this state of matter.

What is the proton?

THE ATOM - $200

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The atom 300

A neutral atom has equal amounts of these and is described as a super heated gas. On Earth, lightening is the most common example of this state of matter.

What are protons and electrons?

THE ATOM - $300

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The atom 400

Protons and neutrons are found here. and is described as a super heated gas. On Earth, lightening is the most common example of this state of matter.

What is the nucleus

THE ATOM - $400

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The atom 500

An atom with an overall positive or negative charge. and is described as a super heated gas. On Earth, lightening is the most common example of this state of matter.

What is an ion?

THE ATOM - $500

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Layout 100

Vertical columns of the periodic table. and is described as a super heated gas. On Earth, lightening is the most common example of this state of matter.

What are groups?

LAYOUT - $100

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Layout 200

Horizontal rows on the periodic table. and is described as a super heated gas. On Earth, lightening is the most common example of this state of matter.

What are periods?

LAYOUT - $200

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Layout 300

The series of lanthanides and actinides and is described as a super heated gas. On Earth, lightening is the most common example of this state of matter.

What are the rare earth elements?

LAYOUT - $300

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Layout 400

Groups 3-12 and is described as a super heated gas. On Earth, lightening is the most common example of this state of matter.

What are the Transition Metals?

LAYOUT - $400

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Layout 500

This is how the order the elements of the periodic table fall

What is in increasing atomic number?

LAYOUT - $500

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By the numbers 100

The number of electrons in one atom of this element. fall

What is 44?

BY THE NUMBERS - $100

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By the numbers 200

This is the number of protons AND neutrons together, also known as atomic mass for this element.

What is 79.90?

BY THE NUMBERS - $200

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By the numbers 300

This is the number of neutrons in the nucleus of one atom of this element.

What is 150?

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By the numbers 400

This element has 92 protons in its nucleus? this element.

What is uranium?

BY THE NUMBERS - $400

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By the numbers 500

The number of neutrons in this atom. this element.

What is 78?

BY THE NUMBERS - $500

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History 100

He is known as the “father of the modern periodic table” and was the first to group elements together.

Who was Mendeleev?

HISTORY- $100

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History 200

This was the experiment that Rutherford ran that led to the discovery of THE ATOM?

What is the gold foil experiment?

HISTORY- $200

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History 300

In 2400 BC, this philosopher attempted to describe the atom. discovery of THE ATOM?

Who was Democritus

HISTORY- $300

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History 400

This scientist attempted to group elements in threes, called triads.

Who was Dobereiner?

HISTORY- $400

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History 500

This scientist attempted to place elements into groups of 8, giving us the Law of Octaves.

Who was John Newlands?

HISTORY- $500

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Scatters 100

This is a relationship demonstrated by bivariate data in which BOTH variables increase.

What is a positive association?

SCATTERS- $100

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Scatters 200

This reflects the overall pattern of the data, goes through as many points as possible, and is balanced with about the same number of data points above and below.

What is a regression line?

SCATTERS- $200

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Scatters 300

This is the relationship in the data when one variable increases and the other variable decreases.

What is a negative association?

SCATTERS- $300

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Scatters 400

Scatter plots have increases and the other variable decreases.axes with scales, intervals, and these.

What are labels?

SCATTERS- $400

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Scatters 500

To find what to “count by” on an axis, you do this. increases and the other variable decreases.

What is divide the maximum data value for that variable by the number of boxes available on your graph paper?

SCATTERS - $500

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