Chemistry Quizzes

Today's Featured Game

Elements With 'TH'
We suggest never trusting atoms, they make everything up.
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More Recent Games

Clickable Sort the Biological Compounds
Editor Pick
Pick your poison! Wait! These aren't poisonous.
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Tough Choices: Science Edition
We can make terrible science puns. But we only do it periodically.
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Unique Element 1st Letters
Only one 'U' element? Whatever happened to unobtanium?
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Quick Pick: Most Abundant Elements in the Universe
Curator Pick
Pick the 10 most abundant elements in the universe.
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'Um' Without 'Ium' Elements
This quiz will have you questioning the spelling of every element.
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Anything but Elements
These decoy answers really bring an element of surprise to the table.
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Quick Pick: Scientists
Pick the renowned scientists from the brief descriptions.
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Click Elements on the Periodic Table
Periodically, a quiz comes along that's just the best. Here it is.
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Periodic Table Ladder
Editor Pick
I hope you can run the table with this ladder.
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Reactions of alkynes - predict the product
Curator Pick
Can you predict the product for the alkyne reactions? Choose A or B.
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Quick Pick: 'R' Elements
Curator Pick
Can you quickly pick the 'R' element given its symbol?
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Chemistry Hiding in Words
Editor Pick
A Joule in the crown.
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Was it Nobel Prizeworthy?
Editor Pick
Maybe you can earn a trip to Sweden.
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Amino Acids by Structure
Editor Pick
An essential quiz for all biochemists.
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'G' Units of Measurement
Editor Pick
Gee! This is a fun quiz about science.
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Elements: Before A
In honor of this elements quiz, here’s a joke: What do you do with a dead scientist? You barium. That's if you can't helium or curium.
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Canadian Nobel Winners - Category Matchup
Editor Pick
Match the Canadian Nobel Prize winners with the category they won in.
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CHEMathematics
Curator Pick
Perform the arithmetic operations for the given elements using their atomic number. eg: (Sodium) + [oxygen] = (11) + [8] =19
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Clickable Sporcle Jeopardy! V: Science
Editor Pick
If only you could point and click on your TV when Jeopardy! is on.
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Elemental Star Wars
May the Table be with you!
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'L'ements
What lovely little 'L'ements
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Element Symbols Minefield
It's never a good idea to mix up your elements.
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