Chemistry 100 Final pt.1
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Chemistry 100 Final pt.1
Review for Chem Final...Only first half
According to Leucippus, Democritus, and Ludretius,all matter is made of...
According to John Dalton, the most important property of an atom is the...
What is... A clearly-stated tentative explanation, a conjecture (must be testable)
What is... A mathematical summary of an observed of an pattern of facts.
What is... A well-tested and well-supported possible explanation.
What is... Something detected and recorded.
What is... A guiding model or set of models and theories which show a range of new ideas to test.
What is... A mental image or imagined picture of how something works or is connected or a mathematical explanation of how it works or a physical mechanism that illustrates how it works.
What is... A reproducible observation; something for which we have reproducible evidence.
To become a cation, an atom must...
To become an anion, an atom must...
To become a lighter element, an atom must...
To become an heavier element, an atom must...
To become lighter isotope, an atom must...
To become a heavier isotope, an atom must...
Radioactivity that is stopped by an Al sheet, but passes through paper is...
Radioactivity that is stopped by paper or cardboard is...
Electromagnetic radiation useful for detecting bones beneath skin is...
Radioactivity that does not have a negative or positive charge is...
Electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths just longer than visible light is...
Electromagnetic radiation with energies just rather than visible light is...
Regions of electromagnetic radiation in order...
Radiowaves, Infared, reed, green, purple, ultra violet, x-rays, gamma rays
Of the two most abundant gases in the Earth's atmosphere, the more reactive one is...
Of the two most abundant gases in the Earth's atmosphere, the nearly inert one is...
The most abundant gas in the Earth's atmosphere is...
The second most abundant as in the Earth's atmosphere is...
An allotrope is
A different structural form of the same element in the same phase.
A metalloid element frequently has...
One allotrope that is metallic and another that is non-metallic
What is a true description of the atmosphere of stars and the atmosphere of planets?
Stars have ions and molecular fragments, planets have mainly molecules and noble gas atoms.
Which one of the Earth's atmosphere layers fits this description: Has the most charged particles and molecule fragments.
Which one of the Earth's atmosphere layers fits this description: Has the most weather and most turbulence.
Which one of the Earth's atmosphere layers fits this description: Layer of the atmosphere that is closest to the Earth's surface
Which one of the Earth's atmosphere layers fits this description: Has calm air (less winds and weather) and absorbs UV rays
Which one of the Earth's atmosphere layers fits this description: Greek root means "turning", implying convection
Which one of the Earth's atmosphere layers fits this description: Latin root means "layer", implying a "quiet layer"
that the element is so soft you can cut it with a butter knife.
an isotope is an atom with a different mass of the same element.