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Player calls a shot location and shows the answer (A, B, C, D) to the review question. If the answer is correct, then call and mark the shot as a "hit" (X) or a "miss" (O). An incorrect answer means the square goes unmarked.

Your Grid 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 A B C D E F G H I J Shade in the appropriate number of horizontal or vertical squares to mark the location of each ship listed: Aircraft carrier = 5 Battleship Cruiser Patrol boat Submarine = 4 = 3 = 2 = 3 Opponent's Grid 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 A B C D E F G H I J


Isotope A. Change in the number of protons B. Change in the number of electrons C. Change in the number of neutrons D. Iso-What!!

C. Change in the number of neutrons

A metal and a non-metal bond A. Covalent B. Ionic C. Shared D. Phase B. Ionic

Heat is given off during a chemical reaction.

A. Endothermic B. Exothermic C. Whatothermic D. Hotothermic B. Exothermic

Subscript A. The left side of the equation B. The big number in front of the compound C. The small number behind an element D. The right side of the equation C. The small number behind an element

Matter is neither created nor destroyed A. Conservation of mass B. Density C. Mass spectrometry D. Critical mass A. Conservation of mass

Father of the periodic table A. Da Vinci B. Mendeleev C. Democritus D. Einstein B. Mendeleev

Changing from a gas to a liquid A. conduction B. conservation C. conversion D. condensation D. condensation

The arrow in a chemical equation means?

A. Product B. Coefficient C. yields D. Reactant C. yields

Positively charged partical in an atom A. Proton B. Electron C. Positron D. Neutron A. Proton

Two or more elements chemically combined.

A. mixture B. solution C. compound D. colloid C. compound

A bond where electrons or shared A. dipolar B. ionic C. metallic D. covalent D. covalent

GaBr 3 A. Ionic B. Covalent C. Polar D. Shared A. Ionic

Carbon - 14 A. Ion B. Ionic C. Covalent D. Isotope D. Isotope

The 14 in Carbon - 14 is the new?

A. Number of protons B. Number of electrons C. Number of neutrons D. Atomic Mass D. Atomic Mass

Dihydrogen monoxide A. OH 2 B. H 2 O C. He 2 O D. HO 2 B. H 2 O

Which compound would be Ionic?

A. H 2 O B. CO 2 C. Al 2 O 3 D. NO 2 C. Al 2 O 3

How many valence electrons does Ca have?

A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4 B. 2

Substance that cannot be further separated A. mixture B. solution C. precipitate D. element D. element

How many electrons does Mg have?

A. 6 B. 12 C. 18 D. 24 B. 12

How many Neutrons does O have?

A. 8 B. 16 C. 24 D. 4 A. 8

Oxygen - 18 has how many neutrons? A. 8 B. 10 C. 16 D. 18 B. 10

Ca +2 has how many valence electrons?

A. 2 B. 4 C. 6 D. 8 D. 8

The name for KI is?

A. Potassium monoiodine B. Potassium Iodine C. Potassium Iodide D. Potassium monoiodide C. Potassium Iodide

The name for C 2 H 7 is?

A. Carbon hydride B. Dicarbon hexahydride C. Dicarbon heptahydride D. Carbon heptahydride C. Dicarbon heptahydride

You use brackets for covalent bonds?

A. True B. False B. False

An ion is an atom with a change in atomic mass.

A. True B. False B. False

A compound is a combination of two or more elements A. True B. False A. True

Endothermic reactions are like a(n) A. Ice pack B. Hot pack C. Icy Hot D. thermometer A. Ice pack

A change in color may indicate a?

A. Physical reaction B. Decay C. Chemical reaction D. Law of conservation of mass C. Chemical reaction

Matter cannot be created nor destroyed A. Einstein B. Law of Constant Proportions C. David Copperfield D. Law of Conservation of Mass D. Law of Conservation of Mass

An ionic bond is formed when elements _________ electrons A. transfer B. share C. lose their valence D. create A. transfer

A substance that has properties of both metals and nonmetals is A. A rare earth element B. A semi-metal C. A transition metal D. An alkali metal B. semi-metal

Atomic number tells how many _____ an atom has A. neutrons B. electrons C. protons D. energy levels C. protons

The most reactive metals are A. The alkali metals B. The alkaline earth metals C. The transition metals D. The semi-metals A. The alkali metals

Elements within the same row of the periodic table are called A. A family B. A group C. A column D. A period D. A period

A family of elements that don’t normally react is called A. The halogens B. The diatomic gases C. The noble gases D. The alkali earth metals C. The noble gases

Which of the following elements is not a gas at room temperature A. Hydrogen B. Helium C. Oxygen D. Carbon D. Carbon

All compounds are composed of A. Metals and nonmetals B. Ions C. Solids D. Elements D. Elements

An atom of an element with a different number of electrons is A. An ion B. An isotope C. A neutron D. unstable A. An ion