Quotegram puzzle


Complete the  sentences. For the complete version of this fun Quotegram puzzle with grid, print this full version printable PDF.

  1. Ice floats due to its [seven letters].
  2. For safety, when doing an experiment, students should wear lab [five letters].
  3. A classic demo on polymers compares a ball that bounces to one that goes [four letters].
  4. A halogen that is radioactive is [eight letters].
  5. Tom Sawyer used a solution of lime (calcium oxide) and water to [nine letters] a wooden fence.
  6. A [eight letters] is an uncharged subatomic particle with a mass close to zero.
  7. A solute causes the freezing point of a solution to be [nine letters].
  8. A [six letters] is used in a lab to guide a liquid into a narrow container.
  9. An alkaline earth that gives a brilliant red color to fireworks is [nine letters].
  10. Radioactive [five letters] is the breakdown of unstable atoms.
  11. [Eight letters] is a hard silver-grey metal that is used in strong, light, corrosion-resistant alloys.
  12. [Two words] [eight letters] and [four letters] gives soda its fizz.
  13. An [nine letters] acid dissociates in water to form hydrogen ions.
  14. According to the theory of [eight letters] and Lowry, an acid is a proton donor.grid from 4 rows and 31 columns divided into 14 words to match giving cluesEnter your students’ correct solutions into a draw on or before April 1, 2019. The prize is Periodic Table Playing Cards to be awarded to the student and teacher. The prize is donated by Educational Innovations. Please have your students print their names clearly and send your students’ solutions to: Chem 13 News, Quotegram puzzle, Department of Chemistry, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, N2L 3G1, Canada; or email kjackson@uwaterloo.ca.  

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