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ELEMENTS & COMPOUNDS Word Search

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The Periodic Table of Elements Word Search

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First 20 elements on the periodic table Crossword

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Number 1 on the atomic scale hydrogen
have 2 protons helium
Li on the periodic table lithium
Be on the periodic table beryllium
atomic mass 10.811 boron
6 protons, 6 nuetrons and 6 electrons carbon
N on the periodic table nitrogen
What we breathe oxygen
9 protons flourine
atomic mass 20.2 neon
what salt is composed of sodium
atomic number is 12 magnesium
Al on the periodic table aluminium
14 electrons silicon
P on the periodic table phosphoros
atomic mass 32.1 sulfur
what we have in some pools chlorine
18 electrons argon
K on the periodic table potassium
Milk has this element calcium

Atomic Structure Word Search

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Unit 3: Atomic Theory and Electrons in Atoms Word Search

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atoms and molecules Word Search

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Unit 2 Vocabulary Crossword

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Smallest unit of matter Atom
The mass of an atom Atomic Mass
Determines the amount of protons and the placement of the element on the periodic table Atomic Number
A beam of electrons emitted from the cathode of a high-vacuum tube Cathode Ray
Negatively charged particle Electron
Elements that have the same number of protons but different number of neutrons Isotope
Particle with no charge Neutron
The brain of an atom, holds the protons and neutrons Nucleus
Positively charged particle Proton
Introduced the idea of atoms Democritus
Confirmed that all matter is composed of atoms John Dalton
Discovered the electron J.J. Thomson
Discovered the proton Ernest Rutherford
Created the Bohr Model Niels Bohr
Created the first periodic table Dimitri Mendeleev
Famous for his uncertainty principle Warner Heisenberg
In a certain amount of time the element cuts in half Half-Life
A version of an element that is unstable Radioisotope
Experiment done by Ernest Rutherford Gold foil experiment
Model made by J.J. Thomson Plum pudding model

Elements and the periodic table Crossword

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A particle with a positive charge proton
A particle with no charge neutron
A particle with a negtive charge electron
Atoms with the same number of protons, but different number of neutrons Isotopes
The number of protons in the nucleus atomic number
The number of protons and neutrons in an atom atomic mass
A material that has shininess, conductivity, magnetism, malleability, and ductility Metal
Ability to transfer heat or electricity conductivity
Ability to be pulled into wires ductility
Ability to be hammered into shapes malleability
An element that lacks the characteristics of a metal non metal
An element intermediate in properties of a metal and non metal metalloid
the first element on the periodic table hydrogen
Not discovered in nature, but artificially produced isotopes synthetic elements
What hydrogen and helium would make, if combined Lithium
The 14th element on the periodic table silicon
Electrons in the outermost shell of an atom that are used for chemical bonds valence electrons
Made up of atoms, and defined nthe number of protons in the nucleus elements
the 8th element on the periodic table oxygen
What lithium and helium make when combined boron

Chemistry Crossword Puzzle

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I AM A METAL THAT IS A LIQUID AT ROOM TEMPERATURE MERCURY
I AM USED TO BLOW UP BALLOONS HELIUM
ELEMENTS ARE LISTED ON THE PERIODIC TABLE IN ORDER OF _______ ATOMIC NUMBER INCREASING
ELEMENTS THAT HAVE BOTH PROPERTIES OF METALS AND NONMETALS ARE CALLED _____ METALLOIDS
I HAVE 26 PROTONS IRON
I AM A METALLOID USED IN COMPUTER CHIPS SILICON
WHAT IS THE TERM THAT REFERS TO THE REPEATING PATTERNS OF CHEMICAL ACTIVITY ON THE PERIODIC TABLE PERIODIC
I AM SOMETIMES USED AS A POISON ARSENIC
ELEMENTS SUCH AS HYDROGEN, NITROGEN, AND OXYGEN ARE CALLED ______ DIATOMIC
THE SCIENTIST THAT ARRANGED THE FIRST PERIODIC TABLE MENDELEEV
I AM THE ONLY ELEMENT IN THE HALIDE FAMILY THAT IS A LIQUID BROMINE
THE FIRST COLUMN OF ELEMENTS IS NAMED ALKALIMETALS
I AM THE MOST ELECTRO NEGATIVE ELEMENT ON THE PERIODIC TABLE FLUORINE
I HAVE THE CAPACITY TO KILL SUPERMAN KRYPTON
I AM NOT REALLY A ALKALI METAL BUT SENSE I HAVE ONLY 1 ELECTRON I BEHAVE LIKE THEM HYDROGEN
MY ATOMIC NUMBER IS 79 GOLD
I AM A METAL WITH 28 ELECTRONS NICKEL
I AM A SILVERY WHITE METAL USED TO MAKE SALT SODIUM
I AM A GAS WITH 8 PROTONS AND 8 NEUTRONS OXYGEN
THE SCIENTIST WHO CAME UP WITH ATOMIC THEORY DALTON
I HAVE 92 PROTONS AND WAS USED IN MAKING THE ATOMIC BOMB URANIUM
THE VERTICAL COLUMS ON THE PERIODIC TABLE ARE CALLED GROUPS
ELEMENTS TO THE LEFT OF THE STAIR STEP LINE ON THE PERIODIC TABLE ARE CALLED METALS
THE VERTICAL COLUMNS ON THE PERIODIC TABLE ARE GROUPS
I HAVE 92 PROTONS AND WAS USED IN MAKING THE ATOMIC BOMB URANIUM