Kinetic Molecular Theory
KMT stands for the ___________ _____________ ______________.
Describe a solid in terms of KMT: molecules are (close, apart, very far apart) and the movement is (fast, slow, very fast). Circle the correct answers.
Heat also known as ____________ allows substances to change their state from solid to liquid to gas.
At this temperature molecules stop moving. ____________ _____________.
The change of state from solid to liquid is called ______________.
The change of state from liquid to gas is called ______________.
The change of state from gas to liquid is called ______________.
The change of state from liquid to solid is called ______________.
The change of state from solid directly to a gas is called ______________.
A solid that has no regular repeating pattern like butter or glass is called an ______________ solid.
Solids like salt and diamond have regular repeating molecular shape and are called ________________ solids.
The transfer of heat from invisible electromagnetic waves like a fire or microwave oven is called ____________________ (convection, conduction, radiation) circle one.
The transfer of heat from air conditioning or a spa is called (convection, conduction, radiation) circle one.
The transfer of heat from a hot pan or a freezing piece of ice is called (convection, conduction, radiation) circle one.
Atomic Mass Unit
What does A.M.U. stand for? ______________________________________.
Protons and Neutrons weigh how many A.M.U's each __________?
What is the name for an element that has an irregular amount of neutrons? ___________________
What is the weight of an element that has 9 protons, 10 neutrons, and 9 electrons?
Write the atomic symbol for Mercury? _______________
What is the atomic mass for Nitrogen? _______________
How many electrons does Helium have? ______________
How many protons does Potassium have? _____________
12 The atomic mass (rounded) - the atomic #.
How many neutrons does Sodium have? ______________
How many neutrons does Gold have? ________________
What is 20' Celsius converted into Fahrenheit? ___________
What is 100' Fahrenheit converted into Celsius? ___________
What is the charge of an electron?
What is the charge of a proton?
What is the charge of a neutron?
families or groups
The elements that have similar characteristics are found in columns also known as ____________ or __________________.
A row on the periodic chart is also known as a __________.
The elements on the far right of the periodic chart are not very reactive. They are known as the ______________ gasses.
The Elements on the far left of the periodic chart are very reactive and are known as ____________________ (alkaline metals, metalloids, non-metals) Circle one.
ex. This man arranged the periodic chart. _____________________________