Nuclear Chemistry & Half-life Googleable Test/Google Classroom Distance Learning



Need a topic test or review practice on Nuclear Chemistry?

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A High Quality, Clean, Clear, Student and Teacher-friendly

Google Form Interactive Test to support your Google Classroom, Virtual, In-class, or Hybrid Learning.

Editable Google Form Interactive Test Questions

  • Paperless, no printing, no photocopying
  • Prep-free and easy-to-assign to student
  • Editable so you can add or remove questions or change form settings
  • Convenient and easy access for students
  • Touch-free and auto-grading response once submitted by students
  • See and track responses by your students

Nuclear Chemistry Topic Test

  • 30 quality questions selected from NYS Chemistry Regents exam test bank
  • 25 Multiple Choice questions; Easy click-and-select four choices.
  • 5 Short or Constructed Response questions
  • A nice mix of easy, medium, and hard questions
  • Easy enough for lower-level students to do well.
  • Challenging enough for higher-level students to get 100
  • Made as a test BUT can be used as a quiz, review, or practice for your test

Materials Covered on This Test

  • Nuclear Chemistry Particles
  • Nuclear Decay and Reactions, Transmutation, Alpha Decay, Beta Decay, Positron Emission, Fission, Fusion
  • Balancing and Writing Nuclear Equations
  • Half-life
  • Uses and Benefits of Radioisotopes

A 30-Question Preview: I highly recommend that you preview this product.

  • 2 or 3 questions selected from each topic.
  • The same preview is used for all 12 topic and bundle products
  • It’s a great way to see the format, type, and level of questions before buying

My Chemistry Googleable Interactive Test is available in 12 Chemistry Topics.

All 12 topic tests have the same format.

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