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Can you name the Non-solid elements at room temperature?
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Jan 22nd, 2010 at 08:58 GMT
Nice idea, but very easy. Four minutes is way too much. This quiz would be much more interesting as a "blitz"-type quiz, with a one-minute timer. It could also be made harder by eliminating the "Atomic number" hint column and just leaving the bare answer blanks.
Jan 22nd, 2010 at 13:43 GMT
Having the atomic number of each of them makes it a little too easy in my opinion. Then again, I still managed to miss what should have been a simple one.... It probably doesn't need so much time -- I have 12 of 13 with 3:09 left on the clock
Jan 22nd, 2010 at 21:47 GMT
somehow all 6 noble gases were the last 6 i got. weird.
Jan 22nd, 2010 at 22:04 GMT
Ok I edited the quiz according to your suggestions
Jan 23rd, 2010 at 02:55 GMT
technically ununoctium should be on here, too. or at least a bonus answer
Jan 28th, 2010 at 15:36 GMT
@Stratosphere, au contraire, it is thought Uuo would be solid under ambient conditions. If you're interested (and have an ATHENS login) doi:10.1021/jp050736o
Mar 15th, 2010 at 06:31 GMT
@Strattophere & zertrudetrout There are 2 reasons I didn't include ununoctium as an answer or even bonus. They are 1)Ununoctium has a half-life of fractions of a second and only 3 or 4 atoms have ever been synthesised allowing no chemical properties to be confered including its state at room temperature. 2) Due to the semi-metals and metals advancing across the periodic table there is enough reason to believe that Uuh is a metal, and Uus and Uuo are semi-metals. I find it highly unlikely a semi-metal can also be a gas.
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