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The Ultimate Periodic Table of Elements Quiz

Are you a budding scientist? Think you know a thing or two about the periodic table? Think elements, abbreviations and symbols for inspiration to ace our free periodic table quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather round for some scientific quizzing.

Round 1

1 – What is the Periodic table made up of?

2 – How many elements make up the periodic table?

3 – Which year was the periodic table established?

4 – In 2016 how many elements were added to the Periodic table?

5 – Which is the rarest element on Earth?

6 – What is the only letter not on the periodic table?

7 – Which element is the lightest?

8 – How many elements are found in nature?

9 – What is the first man-made element?

10 – Which element is the heaviest?

Round 2

1 – How many Noble gasses are there on the periodic table?

2 – Who is responsible for maintaining the Periodic table?

3 – Who invented the modern periodic table?

4 – Which element is Eu?

5 – What are the letters on each element?

6 – What is the chemical symbol for Gold?

7 – How many metals are there on the periodic table?

8 – What is Atomic Mass?

9 – What is the Atomic number for Potassium?

10 – Which year was Tennessine discovered?

Round 3

1 – What is Lithium most commonly used for?

2 – What colour flame do you get when you burn Boron?

3 – Which element makes up 78% of the world’s atmosphere?

4 – Which element on the periodic table is considered the most reactive?

5 – What lightweight metal is used in flares and fireworks?

6 – What colour is Chlorine?

7 – Which is the strongest lightweight metal?

8 – Which element has the chemical symbol V?

9 – Stainless steel is made when Iron is combined with which element?

10 – Which element has the Chemical symbol Rb?

Round 4

1 – Which element has the atomic number 40?

2 – Niobium was named after which greek goddess?

3 – What is the chemical symbol for Molybdenum?

4 – What year was Technetium discovered?

5 – Which element is considered the rarest and most valuable precious metal in the world?

6 – Which country was Indium discovered in?

7 – What is the chemical symbol for Tin?

8 – Ancient Egyptians used this element as black eye make-up?

9 – Which element has the largest stable atoms?

10 – Which element has the atomic number 58?

Round 5

1 – Carl Auer von Welsbach discovered which element?

2 – Which element was named after Europe?

3 – Which element is the least naturally-occurring element on earth?

4 – Which element was formally named hydrargyrum?

5 – What is the chemical symbol for Polonium?

6 – What is the atomic weight of Berkelium?

7 – Which element is an odourless and invisible radioactive gas naturally released from rocks, soil, and water?

8 – Who discovered Francium?

9 – Marie and Pierre Curie discovered which element in 1898?

10 – Which is the most recently discovered element as of 2022?

 

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The Ultimate Chemistry Quiz

Think you can ace this chemistry quiz? From the history of science to modern-day discoveries in chemistry. Think famous chemists, explosive experiments and chemical elements for inspiration to ace our free chemistry quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather round for some scientific quizzing.

Round 1

1 – What is the name for the fear of chemicals and chemistry?

2 – Name the only two non-silver coloured metals?

3 – What is Trichloro Methane better known as?

4 – What is the name of the table of elements?

5 – What is the chemical formula of Baking soda?

6 – What is the chemical name of magnetite?

7 – Which English chemist’s work was central to the understanding of the molecular structures of DNA?

8 – Chemist, Linus Pauling took 18,000 mg of what per day?

9 – What is ‘Calcium Carbonate’ most commonly known as?

10 – What is the chemical formula of water?

Round 2

1 – What is the chemical formula of common salt?

2 – Who won a Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1958 for his work on the structure of protein?

3 – What is the Haber–Bosch process?

4 – What is ‘Solid Carbondiaoxide’ most commonly known as?

5 – What nickname did Henry Cavendish give to Hydrogen?

6 – What is the chemical formula of Laughing gas?

7 – What did Harold Urey discover?

8 – Alice Ball developed the ‘Ball Method’ as an effective treatment against what?

9 – What is the chemical formula of Barium oxide?

10 – What is ‘Acetic Acid’ commonly known as?

Round 3 – Solid, Liquid or gas…

1 – Acetylene is a?

2 – Mercury is a?

3 – Arsenic is a?

4  – Freon is a?

5 – Palladium is a?

6 – Potassium is a?

7 – Argon is a?

8 – krypton is a?

9 – Beryllium is a?

10 – Bromine is a?

Round 4

1 – What is the chemical formula of Acetylene?

2 – What is the chemical formula of Lithium Bromide?

3 – What are the 4 states of matter?

4 – What is ‘Sodium hypochlorite’ commonly known as?

5 – Which is heavier – Gold or Iron?

6 – What is the name for a blend of two chemical elements?

7 – What is the chemical formula of Diatomic Bromine?

8 – ‘Atomic number’ refers to the number of what in an atom?

9 – What is ‘Trinitrotoluene’ commonly known as?

10 – What is ‘Silicone Oxide’ commonly known as?

Round 5

1 – What is ‘Sucrose’ commonly known as?

2 – What is the chemical formula of Hydrocyanic acid?

3 – What is the most common element found in the universe?

4 – What is ‘Nitrous Oxide’ commonly known as?

5 – Robert Bunsen developed which laboratory instrument?

6 – Which chemist founded the Nobel Prizes?

7 – Which two elements did Marie Curie discover?

8 – What is ‘Magnesium Sulphate’ commonly known as?

9 – What is the rarest element on Earth?

10 – What is the chemical formula of Magnesium oxide?

 

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The Ultimate Science Quiz

Think you can ace this Science quiz? From the history of science to modern-day discoveries in physics, chemistry and biology. Think scientists, experiments and scientific hypotheses for inspiration to ace our free science quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 4 rounds, so gather round for some scientific quizzing.

Round 1

1 – Whom did Albert Einstein call the “father of modern science”?

2 – What is Deoxyribonucleic Acid better known as?

3 – Which animals have 3 hearts, 9 brains, and blue blood?

4 – How many minutes does a blood cell take to do a circuit of the body – 1, 10 or 100?

5 – What is the Mpemba effect?

6 – 20% of Earth’s oxygen is produced by which rainforest?

7 – Xenon is represented as what on the periodic table?

8 – Which letter doesn’t appear on the periodic table?

9 – Which planet spins clockwise?

10 – Cu represents what metal on the periodic table?

Round 2

1 – The air in Earth’s atmosphere is made up of mostly which gas?

2 – Which process is used by plants to convert light energy into chemical energy?

3 – Radon is represented as what on the periodic table?

4 – The Earth’s crust is split into gigantic pieces called what?

5 – Which planet spins on its side?

6 – Which mammals have wings?

7 – Which scientist developed the theory of relativity?

8 – Name the only two metals that aren’t silver coloured?

9 – The rarest naturally-occurring element in the Earth’s crust is what?

10 – He represents what gas on the periodic table?

Round 3

1 – Tin is represented as what on the periodic table?

2 – Which scientist wrote the book ‘Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy’ in 1687?

3 – Air becomes what at -190°C?

4 – Mars is red because of which compound?

5 – Ne represents what gas on the periodic table?

6 – Which is the science of matter & its behaviour?

7 – Why can’t you can’t sink in the Dead Sea?

8 – Energy from food is usually measured in what?

9 – What is the fastest land animal in the world?

10 – In 1921 the Nobel Prize in Physics was won by whom?

Round 4

1 – Which Polish-French physicist and chemist conducted pioneering research on radioactivity?

2 – What is dihydrogen monoxide?

3 – What was Stephen Hawking’s IQ – 150, 160 or 180?

4 – Gold is represented as what on the periodic table?

5 – What keeps you in your seat during a loop-the-loop rollercoaster?

6 – Protons and neutrons consist of how many quarks each?

7 – How many chemical elements are there?

8 – What is the first element in the periodic table?

9 – What keeps the Moon in orbit around Earth?

10 – Mg represents what metal on the periodic table?

Round 5

1 – Palladium is represented as what on the periodic table?

2 – What theory is Charles Darwin famous for?

3 – Which female chemist helped unravel the mystery of DNA?

4 – What are the fastest spinning objects known in the universe?

5 – What is the highest scientific honour?

6 – Cs represents what metal on the periodic table?

7 – What is the only even prime number?

8 – What is the hardest metal?

9 – Who invented the light bulb?

10 – What is ‘Sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia’ better known as?

 

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