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Periodic Table Game

  1. Nov 13, 2004 #1
    Project Help

    I have a Science project due. I am a little gridlocked....
    I would like to incorporate a mystery type game to this. What I have is the board and rules, but I need questions. 4 sets.

    Story (For those who have completed GTA: San Andreas, you may recognize some of the scenarios):
    In the vast deserts of Nevada, lies a top secret, government funded, military installation, that "doesn't exist." The installation goes by the code name Area-94

    One day, an armed group parachuted in the area and snuck down to the testing chambers of the military installation where the scientists were working on a project code-named, The Black Project. This base housed a wide range of elements needed to make the Black Project succeed. The armed groups stole the key element to making this project work. Unfortunatly, the element is very leathal.

    You must use clues given to figure out what element it was.

    I have an idea of 4 catagorys. If anyone can come up with better ones, please let me know!

    Periodic Table CLues
    Element Clues
    Compounds and Formulas
    Families and Groups

    The Prize Question:
    Use your knowledge of the Periodic Table to answer the following question.

    The Mystery Element, is radioactive. It is located in Period 7.
    This element has 94 protons.
    What element is it?

    Answer: Plutonium


    The cards can have both question and anser on it:
    |----------------------------|
    |Question: Bla blobs bla bla? |
    |----------------------------|
    |Answer: BLOBBYBLA! |
    |_________________________|
     
    Last edited: Nov 13, 2004
  2. jcsd
  3. Nov 13, 2004 #2
    No body? Please I would like some suggestions
     
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