Chapter 1 – 4 Midterm Review
Rules • Answer only when called upon • Rotate when question is answered correctly • Bonus round questions can be answered by entire team • If the question is either/or, and the first response is incorrect, no rebound will be allowed (or if there is only one option left). • You should be quiet during the rounds • You should pay attention to help you review • Rules subject to modification depending on players…
Toss Up 1 • Give an example of a qualitative statement
Toss Up 2 • A sugar water solution (all dissolved) is best described as this
Toss Up 3 • List two examples of a physical property
Toss Up 4 • List two examples of a chemical property
Toss Up 5 • The substance that is dissolved is called this
Toss Up 6 • The formula below has this many Oxygens • Mg(ClO4)2
Toss Up 7 • (MC) In chemical reactions, atoms are • A) Rearranged • B) Destroyed • C) Created and Destroyed • D) Created and Rearranged • E) Created, Destroyed, and Rearranged
Toss Up 8 • Breaking a Bond is this type of chemical reaction
Toss Up 9 • Which state(s) of matter would have fixed volume
Toss Up 10 • Which state(s) of matter has the most kinetic energy at room temperature
Toss Up 11 • Formation of a bond is this type of chemical reaction
Toss Up 12 • Which state(s) of matter would have the largest change in density if pressure was applied to it
Toss Up 13 • Which state of matter has the largest Intermolecular forces
Toss Up 14 • The phase change of boiling is this type of reaction (energy perspective)
Toss Up 15 • The phase change of melting is this type of reaction (energy perspective)
Bonus Round Q16 • “Sugar has 6 carbons, 12 hydrogens, and 6 oxygens” • What type of statement is this?
Bonus Q16 Follow Up • A young student performs a lab to determine the density of an object. The student masses the object and finds its mass to be 4.2 grams. The student then fills a graduated cylinder with water to the 30.0 mL mark. The student adds the object to the graduated cylinder and sees the new volume is 31.4 mL. • What is the density of the object?
Bonus Round Q 17 • This scientist is given credit for the modern atomic model.
Bonus Q 17 Follow Up • John Dalton had how many original postulates
Bonus Round Q 18 • This scientist modified the view of the atom saying it was mostly empty space and at the center was a positively charged nucleus.
Bonus Q 18 Follow Up • Ernest Rutherford discovered the nucleus while working with this type of element
Bonus Round Q 19 • This scientist held to the view of the atom being like plum pudding
Bonus Q 19 Follow Up • JJ Thompson discovered what subatomic particle
Bonus Round Q 20 • This scientist is the one responsible for our current understanding of electron orbital’s
Bonus Q 20 Follow Up • Neils Bohr identified orbitals, which have been modified to be clouds. A cloud represents what probability (in percent) of finding an electron
Toss Up 21 • The atomic particle with no mass
Toss Up 22 • The atomic particle with no charge
Toss Up 23 • The atomic particle with a negative charge
Toss Up 24 • How many protons does the oxygen below have?
Toss Up 25 • How many Neutrons does the below atom have?
Toss Up 26 • How many electrons does the neutrally charged atom below have?
Toss Up 27 • How many neutrons does the below atom have?
Toss Up 28 • Isotopes vary by this particle
Toss Up 29 • The 1st energy level can hold this many electrons
Toss Up 30 • Which of the naturally occurring elements has the smallest 1st energy shell?
Toss Up 31 • The 2nd energy level holds this many electrons
Toss Up 32 • This element has how many electrons in the 2nd energy level?
Toss Up 33 • This element has this many electrons in the 1st energy level
Toss Up 34 • This term refers to the outermost electrons
Toss Up 35 • The halogens have this many valence electrons
Bonus Round Q 36 • The noble gases have this many valence electrons
Bonus Q 36 Follow Up • This element was named for its discovery on the sun
Bonus Round Q 37 • “Mr.Love assigns homework” • What type of statement is this
Bonus Q 37 Follow Up • All of the fundamental forces that make up the universe are understood in how they apply their force to one another, except this one.
Bonus Round Q 38 • This type of radiation has the longest wavelength
Bonus Q 38 Follow Up • Which are longer waves: AM or FM radio waves?
Bonus Round Q 39 • List all of the types of radiation that are ionizing
Bonus Q 39 Follow Up • How long is the standard wavelength of the radiation in your home microwave (answer in cm please)