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SecondSemester Final

Second Semester Final 2016

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 tool accurately masses an object?
Which subatomic particle has a negative charge?
What piece of lab equipment is able to grab hot beakers?
What piece of lab equipment is a container that holds liquids and solids?
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 piece of lab equipment measures volume accurately?
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 is the unit for energy?
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 is the equation for density?
What is the equation for speed?
What does it mean to think like a scientist?
Two nonmetals bonded together are what kind of compound?
If an atom has one valence electron, what would its charge be when it becomes an ion?
Where are the metalloids located?
What does redshift and blueshift tell us about objects in space?
What are covalent bonds?
Explain Doppler Shift in terms of wavelength and frequency.
Explain how equilibrium works in a star.
What is an inverse relationship?
What is a direct relationship?
What is nucleosynthesis?
What do stars form in?
What element is a red giant fusing? Main sequence?
Waves are a propagation of _________________.
What is the building block of all matter?
What is an independent variable?
What is an dependent variable?
How are scientific theories different from the everyday use of theory?
What are constants?
Know how to read an HR diagram
Explain electromagnetic radiation types and energy.
Understand the vast distances between stars. In reality why is space travel and communication between a far of civilization so difficult?
Be able to identify the parts of a wave diagram.
What is attracted to a positively charged object?
Know how to read a Bohr Model and Lewis Diagram.
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 independent variable in the experiment?
Which group is the alkali metals?
Which group is the alkaline earth metals?
Which group is the most reactive group of nonmetals?
Where are the metalloids located?
What is an ion?
What is an isotope?
Know how to read and use the periodic table.
Know how to find atomic mass
Know the different portions of the electromagnetic spectrum.
What happens to frequency as wavelength increases or decreases?
Be able to read a compound an know how many of each element is in the compound.
Be able to know what the charge of an ion would be after it lost or gained electrons.
Identify following units of measurement are used for: Pascal, milliliter, volts, pound, kilogram, Newton, kg m/s, mile, g/cm3, parsec, liter, Hertz, centimeter, Kelvin, meter, nanometer, gallon, m/s, light year, millisecond, Astronomical Unit, gallon,