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Play Chemistry Topic Mash! (experimental)
What do you know about this topic? Play this mixed game to try a little bit of everything!
folder Acids and Bases (5) folder Chemical Names and Formulas (5)
folder Chemistry Mix (52) folder Metals (13, 1 new)
folder Mixed Elements (30, 1 new) folder Organic Chemistry (28)
folder Periodic Table (5) folder Specific Chemicals and Compounds (9)
folder Specific Elements (34)
Editors: WesleyCrusher, rossian Quiz Search:
1 Chemical Elements : Origins Of Names
Chemical elements often have 'meaningful' names such as nitrogen (begetter of natron) and hydrogen( begetter of water).Other names refer to celebrities, countries, regions, even universities,(Bk = berkelium). See if you can identify where these are from.
Tough
10 Q
flem-ish
Apr 12 02
10758 plays
2 The Very Colourful Chemistry Quiz
Have you ever wondered what makes an orange orange? Or what makes rubies red? Take this quiz and find out!
Tough
10 Q
NatalieW
Aug 28 03
7203 plays
3 Acids, Salts and Alkalis in Disguise
AP Chemistry scarred me for life, thus I've dedicated my existence to hunting all those sneaky chemical compounds in disguise. Help me save others from acid, alkali, and salt compounds! (U.S. Product Specific)
Average
10 Q
TemptressToo
Jan 12 13
852 plays
This is category 61
Last Updated Jun 26 14 9:27 AM

Some sample questions from this category:

* The discoverer of gallium (Ga) gave that element the name of his own 'home-area'. Which one was that?
* Bromine (Br) got its name from the Greek word bromos which means: __________?
* Nickel got its name after a German word for a mischievous demon who was supposed to have created a "false copper ore". Which of these other names of elements was also given after a German word for a gnome or evil spirit of the mines ?
* Chromium (Cr) literally means 'coloured element'. Rubidium (Rb), which was discovered by the inventor of the Bunsen burner, Robert W. Bunsen, also refers to colour. What colour?
* Chemistry is a much more colourful subject than people might think. Chlorine ( Cl) is also related to a colour word.What colour?


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