Chemistry-Energy and Matter Grade 9 Vocabulary Quiz

Chemistry-Energy and Matter Grade 9 Vocabulary Quiz

This quiz is a basic vocabulary test, based off of material in the grade 9 Science Focus textbook. (9-3)

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Any substance near, or around the "staircase" on the periodic table of the elements. (They have the characteristics of both a metal and a non-metal).

Has the ability to burn or corrode organic tissue/material.

(in grade 9 chemistry) the ability to conduct electricity.

A chemical compound of hydrogen and oxygen atoms, that can create a basic substance.

a compound of carbon and hydrogen atoms that is often found in products such as gasoline and propane.

Combined elements in a fixed chemical bond.

Negatively charged part of an atom

The coating of a substance with a thin layer of metal by means of electroplating, to prevent corrosion.

the naming system of chemical compounds, that includes two other sub-categories of naming.

Any element found in group 2 of the periodic table of the elements.

Any one orbital of an atom around which electrons are found.

The inert gases of group 18 of the periodic table of the elements.

The negative ion of hydrogen, (which can have a positive or a negative charge).

The theory stating that atoms are indestructible and indivisible, the mass of all atoms of a single element have the same mass, compounds are formed by two or more atoms, and that chemical reactions are a rearrangement of the atoms in a substance.

a well-combined, uniform mixture.

The time it takes for any given reaction to take place.

A substance that changes colour in reaction to coming in contact with either an acid or a base.

A change in a substance resulting in the creation of an entirely new product.

The substance created by means of a chemical reaction.

The simplest chemical substance that cannot be further broken down by chemical means.

positively charged part of an atom

Sheets of paper that identify the hazards and safety measures, that need to be taken when handling a certain substance in the lab/work environment.

A molecule, consisting of two atoms.

A compound containing only two elements.

The group that establishes the official names for all chemical elements and compounds.

A compound that conducts electricity, made from a metal and a non-metal.

The scale that indicates whether a substance is basic or acidic, and to what degree.

A change in a substance resulting in the alteration of one or more of its physical characteristics.

A series of symbols that tell you if a substance is hazardous, and how.

A substance that cannot conduct electricity in any state of matter.

The horizontal rows of the periodic table of the elements that indicates the amount of energy levels in an elements atom.

Vertical column in the periodic table of the elements, that contains elements with similar properties.

A reaction that absorbs heat from its surroundings.

A type of drawing that depicts the atom as a small positively charged nucleus, surrounded by negatively charged electrons.

A homogeneous mixture, formed from the dissolving of substances into one another. (Can be solid, liquid, or gas).

The number equal to the number of protons in an elements atom, that determines that element's chemical properties.

The substances shown on the left side of the "staircase" on the periodic table of the elements.

Any element found in group 17 of the periodic table of the elements, that combine with a metal to form a salt

The number that indicates the amount of a chemical or chemical compound in a chemical equation.

A compound that does not conduct electricity, composed of two non-metals.

Branch of natural science. (deals with the composition of substances).

The weighted average of the masses of all isotopes of an atom.

Any substance that stops or slows a chemical reaction.

Any substance to the right of the "staircase" on the periodic table of the elements.

Any substance with a pH reading higher than 7, with the ability to neutralize an acid

neutrally charged part of an atom, that carries an atomic mass of 1.

A separated non-uniform mixture.

The law stating that the total mass of the reactant will equal the total mass of the product.

A substance that increases the rate of a chemical reaction, without being consumed in the process.

A regular 3D geometric arrangement of particles.

The release of CO2 and H2O, due to a chemical compound being exposed to pure oxygen.

The substance that reacts in a chemical reaction to create the product.

The characteristic of a substance to be positively or negatively charged.

Two or more atoms held together in a covalent bond.

Tabular chart of chemical elements according to their atomic number.

A substance made from only one type of atom.

A reaction that gives off energy in the form of heat.

The breaking down of a substance, in reaction to its surroundings.

A substance that conducts electricity when in a solution or in an aqueous state.

The soft, light, reactive metals, found in group 1 of the periodic table of the elements.

The positively charged centre of the atom.

The law stating that the amount of energy in a chemical equation stays the same from reactant to product.

A natural protein that has catalytic properties.

Any substance with a pH reading lower than 7, with the ability to neutralize a base.

The chemical change as a result of passing an electrical current through a substance.

The production of water and salt, from the combination of an acid and a base.

Smallest units of matter, that act as the building blocks of our world.