Atomic Structure Review Game

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Atomic Structure Review Game
Clark Kent : Superman :: Bruce
Wayne :
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2.
3.
4.
Batman
Hulk
Spiderman
Wolverine
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Please select a Team.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Team 1
Team 2
Team 3
Team 4
Team 5
Team 6
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25%
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Solid, Indivisible
Sphere of Matter
Whose model of the atom was that?
100%
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2.
3.
4.
Dalton
Thomson
Rutherford
Chadwick
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J.J. Thomson & Cathode Ray
What happened to the cathode ray
in the experiment?
1. It was repelled by a
(+) charge.
2. It bounced back to
the cathode.
3. It was stopped by a
magnet.
4. It was deflected away
from a (-) charge.
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13%
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0%
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The charge-to-mass ratio of the cathode
rays was always the same regardless of…
1. the metal used for
the cathode.
2. the gas used in
the tube.
3. Both 1 & 2
4. None of the above
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Thomson’s Experiment
The Cathode Ray Tube
What particle did Thomson discover through
the cathode ray experiment?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Electron
Proton
Neutron
All of the above
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Millikan & Oil Drop Experiment
What was Millikan able to measure in his oil
drop experiment?
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2.
3.
4.
Electron’s mass
Electron’s charge
Electron’s radius
Oil’s density
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Millikan and Thomson’s work revealed what
property of electrons?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Negative charge
Exist in all atoms
Mass is very small
All of the above
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Team Scores
600
Team 3
500
500
475
466.67
Team 1
Team 5
Team 2
Team 6
400
Team 4
What percentage of your current points
would you like to wager on the next
question?
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2.
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5.
0%
25%
50%
75%
100%
What did scientists conclude about the atom
when the electron was discovered?
1.
2.
3.
4.
The atom must contain
a (+) charge.
The atom was divisible.
Most of the atom’s mass
must come from another
particle.
All of the above
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What was Thomson’s model of the atom?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Nuclear model
Neutron model
Plum-pudding
Cottage cheese
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Number 1 is ___________ while number 2
is ____________.
1.
2.
3.
4.
(+); (-)
(-); (+)
Neutral; (-)
Neutral; (+)
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JJ
Thomson’s
Model
Team Scores
1300
1300
Team 1
Team 5
1025
833.33
500
Team 2
Team 6
Team 3
500
Team 4
Participant Scores
1300
1300
Sarah Horner
Jacob Mann
1300
1300
1300
Troy Baney
Gwendolyn Lowery
Aaron Rockey
Rutherford and Gold Foil
What was the result of the gold foil
experiment?
1. Most alpha particles
bounced back.
2. All alpha particles
went straight
through.
3. A few alpha particles
bounced back.
4. None of the above
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What conclusion did Rutherford come to
after the gold foil experiment?
1. Most of the atom is
empty space.
2. A dense region of
(+) charge existed in
the atom.
3. Thomson’s model
was incorrect.
4. All of the above
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Rutherford’s Experiment
Gold Foil
What was Rutherford’s model of the atom?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Planetary model
Neutron model
Gold foil model
Nuclear model
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Rutherford’s Nuclear Model
Chadwick finished off the atom with the
discovery of the ____________.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Electron
Proton
Neutron
Missing link
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0%
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Team Scores
1700
Team 1
1500
Team 5
1375
1133.33
800
800
Team 2
Team 6
Team 3
Team 4
Participant Scores
1700
1700
Troy Baney
Aaron Rockey
1700
1700
1700
Jacob Mann
Sarah Horner
Gwendolyn Lowery
Atomic Structure
What percentage of your current points
would you like to wager on the next
question?
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2.
3.
4.
5.
0%
25%
50%
75%
100%
The nucleus takes up most of the room in
the atom.
1. True
2. False
3. Depends on the
element
4. Depends on the
isotope
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would you like to wager on the next
question?
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75%
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The nucleus accounts for most of the mass
of the atom.
1. True
2. False
3. Depends on the
element
4. Depends on the
isotope
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would you like to wager on the next
question?
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The diameter of an atom is _____ orders of
magnitude smaller than the height of a human.
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2.
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20
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Which is the most massive subatomic
particle?
1. Electron
2. Proton
3. Neutron
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3
Which particle has no charge?
1. Electron
2. Proton
3. Neutron
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Electrons are about half the size of protons.
1. True
2. False
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2
For an atom to be neutral, it must have the
same number of _________.
1.
2.
3.
4.
e- & p+
e- & no
no & p+
e- & p+ & no
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Team Scores
14700
9400
Team 1
Team 5
8817.5
8
Team 2
7905.7
3
1828.1
3
Team 6
400
Team 3
Team 4
Participant Scores
14700
14700
Troy Baney
Aaron Rockey
12200
12200
12200
Kayla Decker
Karissa Dixon
Whitney Stahly
?
What is the number “8” in the previous
slide?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Atomic mass
Atomic number
Mass number
Isotope number
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What is special about the atomic number?
1. Number of
protons
2. Defines an
element
3. Also the number
of electrons
4. All of the above
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?
What is 15.9994 in the previous slide?
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Atomic mass
Molar mass
Mass number
1&2
All of the above
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Hyphen Notation
Carbon - 12
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What is the number “12” in the previous
slide?
1. Atomic number
2. Number of
protons
3. Number of
neutrons
4. Mass number
5. Both 1 & 2
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Nuclear Symbol
?
?
12
6
C
The top number is the _______ number
while the bottom is the ________ number.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Mass; atomic
Atomic; Mass
Neutron; proton
Proton; neutron
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Mass #
Atomic #
12
6
C
What percentage of your current points
would you like to wager on the next
question?
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2.
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4.
5.
0%
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50%
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100%
The nuclear symbol in the previous slide
indicates the number of neutrons is _____.
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2.
3.
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5.
18
12
6
2
None of the above
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Isotopes
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When calculating average atomic mass, you
must do a(n) _________ average.
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2.
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4.
abundant
simple
weighted
nuclear
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Racing Leader Board
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Team 1 (30200)
Team 5 (19600)
Team 2 (18785.16)
Team 6 (15626.69)
Team 4 (4356.25)
Team Scores
30200
Team 1
19600
Team 5
18785.
16
15626.
69
4356.2
5
1600
Team 2
Team 6
Team 4
Team 3
Participant Scores
30200
30200
Troy Baney
Aaron Rockey
25400
25400
25400
Whitney Stahly
Kayla Decker
Karissa Dixon
Team MVP
Points
30200
25400
24125
22200
5275
1600
Team
Team 1
Team 5
Team 2
Team 6
Team 4
Team 3
Participant
Aaron Rockey
Whitney Stahly
Sarah Horner
Katelyn Matsko
Kaylee Stauffer
Sean Gipson
Winner!!!
Team 1

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