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PhysicalScience Exam

Treatment of Tumors Gamma Rays
Incandescent Visible
Airport Security X-rays
Radar Microwaves
Thermal Heating Infrared
Dental Adhesive Setting Ultraviolet
Primary Additive Colors Red, Green, Blue
Primary Subtractive Colors Cyan, Yellow, Magenta
Mix of all three Primary Additive Colors White
Mix of all three Primary Subtractive Colors Black
Red & Green Yellow
Green & Blue Cyan
Red & Blue Magenta
Red, Blue, Green White
Cyan & Magenta Blue
Yellow & Magenta Red
Cyan & Yellow Green
Cyan, Magenta, Yellow Black
Democritus Indivisible Atomic Model
Ernest Rutherford Nuclear Model
J. J. Thompson Plum Pudding Model
John Dalton Core-Envelope Model
Niels Bohr Planetary Model
Atomic Mass Unit 1/12 the mass of a C-12 atom
Atomic Mass Weighted average mass of all known isotopes
Atomic Number Number of Protons
Mass Number Number of Nucleons
Döbereiner grouped elements based on similar properties
de Chancourtois arranged elements by increasing atomic mass
Mendeleev developed the periodic table
Moseley arranged elements by atomic number
Newlands observed periodicity in every eighth element
Group 1A Alkali metals
Group 2A Alkaline-earth metals
Group 7A Halogens
Group 8A Noble Gases
Group 1A Alkali metals
Group 2A Alkaline-earth metals
Groups 1B-8B Transition metals
Group 3A Boron famiy
Group 4A Carbon family
Group 5A Nitrogen family
Group 6A Oxygen family
Group 7A Halogens
Group 8A Noble Gases
Fe 2
Ca 1
Kr 3
O 1
Li 3
B 2
ytterbium, Yb: silvery lustrous solid, ductile, malleable, high melting point metallic
calcium iodide, CaI^2: yellowish white solid; high melting point, soluble in water covalent
bromine, Br^2: reddish brown liquid, electrical insulator, molecular ionic
Alkali metals +1
Alkaline-earth +2
Carbon family +4
Group 3A +3
Halogens -1
Noble gases 0
Oxygen family -2
C2N2 + 2O2 ® 2CO2 + N2 single-displacement reaction
N2 + 2O2 ® 2NO2 composition reaction
HCl + KOH ® HOH + KCl double-displacement reaction
Created by: bailey.f