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Physical Science-palooza
Speed Match Review Game

How To Play:
Drag the squares in the gray area and drop them in the matching squares in the blue area below.
If you drop a square in the correct spot, it will disappear.
If you make a mistake, the square will return to its original spot.
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Let's Play Speed Match!

What is a period? 

What is the nucleus? 

What is plasma? 

What is an electromagnetic wave? 

What is electronegativity? 

What is the atomic number? 

What are the Alkali metals? 

What is flammability? 

What are quarks? 

What is a vibration? 

What is the audible spectrum or What is the range of human hearing? 

Lithium Hyposulfite

What is evidence that a chemical reaction occurs? 

What is amplitude?

Ammonium persulfate

Potassium Chlorite

What are halogens? 

What is sodium chloride

What are metalloids? 

What is an isotope. 

What is the number of neutrons? 

What is copper Sulfate? 

What is luster? 

What is frequecncy or what is a hertz? 

What is a physicall property? 

I tell Tell how many shells.

K(ClO2)

Burn baby burn. 

Cu(SO4)

NaCl

Highest energy phase of matter. 

Sitting on the steps with Aluminum, Silicon and Germanium. 

20 Hz - 20, 000 Hz

The number that designates the identify of en element. 

This measurement is most closely related to the energy of the wave. 

The core of an atom that consists of two basic particles. 

Shiny or dull

Radio waves, Infrared waves and visible light are in this group. 

This is the number of waves that pass a point every second

(NH4)2SO5

The ability to attract and hold on to electrons. 

The appearance, small or texture of a substancde.

Li2(SO2)

The atomic mass minus the atomic number. 

Forms bubbles, creates an aroma, forms a precipitate

Particles that compose protons and neutrons. 

Differs only in the number of neutrons. 

I end in -INE.

This is the source of all wave motion

Name of the first family. 


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This is the source of all wave motion

What is a vibration? 

This is the number of waves that pass a point every second

What is frequecncy or what is a hertz? 

This measurement is most closely related to the energy of the wave. 

What is amplitude?

20 Hz - 20, 000 Hz

What is the audible spectrum or What is the range of human hearing? 

Radio waves, Infrared waves and visible light are in this group. 

What is an electromagnetic wave? 

The core of an atom that consists of two basic particles. 

What is the nucleus? 

The number that designates the identify of en element. 

What is the atomic number? 

The atomic mass minus the atomic number. 

What is the number of neutrons? 

Differs only in the number of neutrons. 

What is an isotope. 

Particles that compose protons and neutrons. 

What are quarks? 

Highest energy phase of matter. 

What is plasma? 

Shiny or dull

What is luster? 

Burn baby burn. 

What is flammability? 

The appearance, small or texture of a substancde.

What is a physicall property? 

Forms bubbles, creates an aroma, forms a precipitate

What is evidence that a chemical reaction occurs? 

Name of the first family. 

What are the Alkali metals? 

I end in -INE.

What are halogens? 

I tell Tell how many shells.

What is a period? 

Sitting on the steps with Aluminum, Silicon and Germanium. 

What are metalloids? 

The ability to attract and hold on to electrons. 

What is electronegativity? 

NaCl

What is sodium chloride

Cu(SO4)

What is copper Sulfate? 

K(ClO2)

Potassium Chlorite

Li2(SO2)

Lithium Hyposulfite

(NH4)2SO5

Ammonium persulfate