Module 2 Study Guide

  1. Science
  2. 6 Grade-8 Grade
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Standard 1.5 - Use the periodic table as a model to analyze and interpret evidence relating to physical and chemical properties to identify a sample of matter. 1. Correctly place the physical properties of matter in the proper column in the table below. a. Solid g. Good conductor b. Shiny h. Semiconductor c. Not shiny i. Gas d. Zig-zag line j. Poor conductors e. Left side of table k. Properties of metals and nonmetals f. Right side of table Metals Metalloids Nonmetals 2. Which element is a solid and a good conductor? a. Bromine (atomic number: 35) b. Silver (atomic number: 47) 3. Which element is a good semiconductor? a. Bromine (atomic number: 35) b. Silicon (atomic number: 14) 4. Which element is a poor conductor and gas? a. Helium (atomic number: 2) b. Cobalt (atomic number: 27)

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5. Use the periodic table below to answer the following questions. ● What color are the metals? ___________________ ● What color are the nonmetals? ___________________ ● What color are the metalloids? ___________________ Standard 1.6 - Create and interpret models of substances whose atoms represent the states of matter with respect to temperature and pressure. 1. Draw the particles of an element in a solid, liquid, and gas form: Solid Liquid Gas 2. As a solid goes to a liquid to gas, what happens to the speed of its particles? a. Slow down b. Get faster 3. As a gas goes to a liquid to solid, what happens to the speed of its particles? a. Slow down b. Get faster

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