"Silicium Quiz" is a small knowledge level game to select the correct properties of the silicium chemical element. Fun educational game to study the atomic number, symbol, appearance, group, phase, number of electrons and crystal structure of the silicon. Chemistry learning game, suitable for online lessons and interactive classes. Free online game.
This chemistry class game include the following silicium properties:
Atomic number: 14
Appearance: Crystalline, reflective with bluish-tinged faces
Contained in: Porcelain
Element Group: Metalloid
Electrons per shell: 2, 8, 4
Phase at Standard Temperature and Pressure: Solid
Crystal structure: Face-centered diamond-cubic
How to play Silicium Quiz
There are 8 properties of the silicium chemical element to the left and right of the screen. Press the "Choose" button to select the correct property among 3 possible answers. Do this for all 8 properties to clear the silicium element card and finish the quiz. Every wrong choice reduces one mark line.
Know the chemical properties of the silicium and get +1 Knowledge Level.
Class subject: Silicium.
Silicium is a chemical element with the symbol Si and atomic number 14. It is a hard, brittle crystalline solid with a blue-grey metallic lustre, and is a tetravalent metalloid and semiconductor. It is a member of group 14 in the periodic table.
The late 20th century to early 21st century has been described as the Silicium Age (also known as the Digital Age or Information Age) due to elemental silicium having a large impact on the modern world economy. The relatively small portion of very highly purified elemental silicium used in semiconductor electronics is essential to the metalľoxideľsemiconductor (MOS) transistors and integrated circuit chips used in most modern technology, such as computers and cell phones.
Silica is used to make fire brick, a type of ceramic. Silicate minerals are also in whiteware ceramics, an important class of products usually containing various types of fired clay minerals (natural aluminium phyllosilicates). An example is porcelain, which is based on the silicate mineral kaolinite.