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What is made up of protons, electrons and neutrons?
If an atom has a SAME number of protons to electrons, is it charged or not charged?
If it is ductile and malleable is it a metal or non-metal?
What is the name of a charged atom?
If you can see the different parts of a mixture is it heterogeneous or homogeneous?
Is carbon a metal, non-metal or metalloid?
If two chemicals join together, is this called synthesis, decomposition or combustion?
What is the word that means, an educated guess or prediction based on incomplete evidence?
What is the scientific word used that means something has rusted?
If a mixture is uniform is it heterogeneous or homogeneous?
What does the “D” stand for in the equation D = M/V
If it is shiny is it a metal or non-metal?
If fuel is required in a chemical reaction is this synthesis, decomposition or combustion?
Which gas is produced by cellular respiration?
What is a pure chemical substance made up of one type of atom?
Is copper a metal, non-metal or metalloid?
What kind of a reaction is: fuel + oxygen → water + carbon dioxide + energy
Is gold a metal, non-metal or metalloid?
If two chemicals break apart is this called synthesis, decomposition or combustion?
Is boron a metal, non-metal or metalloid?
In the periodic table, what do the rows represent?
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What does the “V” stand for in the equation D = M/V
Which gas is required for photosynthesis?
Does the total number of protons and neutrons represent the MASS number or the ATOMIC number?
What is the word that means the scientist has drawn conclusions from their observations?
What does the “M” stand for in the equation D = M/V
What kind of reaction is: AB → A + B
Is silicon a metal, non-metal or metalloid?
Is nitrogen a metal, non-metal or metalloid?
If it has high luster is it a metal or non-metal?
What is the scientific word used to refer to information received through the senses or through data from scientific instruments?
What is the name given to the outermost electrons of an atom?
In the periodic table what do the columns represent?
What is a pure chemical substance made up of two or more different chemical elements?
Which gas is required by cellular respiration?
Does the number of protons represent the MASS number or the ATOMIC number?
If it has properties of both metals and non- metals, what is it called?
Is oxygen a metal, non-metal or metalloid?
Which gas is given off by photosynthesis?
If an atom has a DIFFERENT number of protons to electrons, is it charged or not charged?
What kind of reaction is: A + B → AB
Is helium a metal, non-metal or metalloid?

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