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SecondSemester Final

Second Semester Final 2015

QuestionAnswer
How do you find the overall charge of an atom?
How do you find the number of valence electrons?
Which way do groups move on the periodic table?
Which way do periods move on the periodic table?
What happens to a main-sequence star as it gets older?
Which subatomic particle has a negative charge?
What is the distance between stars measured in?
What is energy with movement called?
Which subatomic particle has a positive charge
How does the Sun generate energy?
Which subatomic particle has a neutral charge?
Which subatomic particles is similar in size?
What is the proper way to light a bunsen burner?
How do you find atomic mass in an atom?
What does an HR diagram plot?
Which subatomic particle determines what the element is?
Where are protons and neutrons located?
Natural gas mixes with __________ to create a blue flame in the bunsen burner.
What evidence is there for the Big Bang Theory?
What subatomic particles are in the nucleus of the atom?
What is an ion?
Why are blue colored flames best on a bunsen burner?
What is the volume of a liquid measure in?
How can I turn and orange flame into a blue flame on a burner?
Where are the most reactive metals on the periodic table, and what are they called?
How many valence electrons do the most reactive types of elements have?
How many valence electrons do alkali metals have? Alkaline earth?
How much larger is a centimeter than a millimeter?
What is matter?
What is a broad explanation that is widely accepted because it is backed up by a great deal of evidence?
What force causes clouds of gas to condense into stars.
When is parallax measurement useful?
What type of galaxy is the Milky Way?
Which colors of light make up the visible color spectrum?
If an atom has one valence electron, what would its charge be when it becomes an ion?
Where are the metalloids located?
How large was all matter at the time of the Big Bang?
What are covalent bonds?
Where is almost all of the mass in our solar system located?
What does it mean if a star's spectrum is shifted to the red?
Why are metals good conductors?
What is a cloud of dust and gas that condenses into a planet called?
What kind of object does not let electrons to flow through an object?
Charge transfer without direct contact is called?
When charges are transferred by rubbing on an object this is called?
When to charged objects touch and charge is transferred this is called?
What is the building block of all matter?
What is it called when the inward force of gravity and the outward force of fusion are balanced?
What is a negatively charged object attracted to?
How are scientific theories different from the everyday use of theory?
What can a star's spectral line tell an observer?
If a wave has a longer wave length does it have a higher or lower frequency than a wave with a shorter wavelength?
If an object is moving towards and observer what happens to its wavelength?
What is the change in pitch of an object due to motion of the object called?
What is the first thing you should do when you get into the lab area?
What is attracted to a positively charged object?
What is singularity?
What kind of variable is changed in the experiment?
What kind of variable is kept the same throughout the experiment?
What kind of variable responds to the manipulated variable in the experiment?
What kind of stars are located in the lower left of the HR diagram?
What kind of star is in the upper right of the HR diagram?
Where would our Sun be located on the HR diagram?
Where are brighter stars located on the HR diagram?
How many stars are in most galaxies?
Know how to complete a dimensional analysis problem (You will have access to your conversion sheet)
Know how to read and use the periodic table.
Know how to complete a Bohr Model and Lewis diagram
Know how to complete metric line conversion
Know how to read an HR Diagram.
Know how to read spectral analysis of an element with red shifting and blue shifting
Solve a "Charge problem" with balloons of known an unknown charges.
Created by: senecairishscience on 2013-12-10



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