WhenWe Crossword Puzzles

Chemistry Crossword Puzzles

 Make a Crossword Puzzle   Make a Word Search from a Reading Assignment   Make a Word Search from a List of Words 
 All Crossword Puzzles
 Science Crossword Puzzles
 Chemistry Word Search Puzzles
 Young Kids Crossword Puzzles
 Older Children Crossword Puzzles
 Teenage Crossword Puzzles
 Adult Crossword Puzzles
 Simple Crossword Puzzles
 Easy Crossword Puzzles
 Moderately Challenging Crossword Puzzles
 Hard Crossword Puzzles
 Very Difficult Crossword Puzzles
 Big Crossword Puzzles
send to a friend

Chemistry Crosswords

To view or print a Chemistry crossword puzzle click on its title.

Title Instructions / Description Sample Puzzle Hints Difficulty
Acids And Bases Acid that gives vinegar its characteristic taste.. A chemical acid that doesn't fully ionize.. 0 on the pH scale.. Small compounds. A substance that flows.. Hard
Acids and Bases acid found in sodas. type of acid that are only partially ionised. a natural type of indicator found at home. another product in a neutralisation reaction. pH of pure water. Hard
Acids and Bases _______ acids do not ionize completely. conducts an electric current. can reversible change color. precipitation has a pH less than 5.0. reaction between an acid and a base. Older Children
Acids and Bases when with an acid it will turn red when with a base it's blue. a substance that can accept a hydrogen ion, feels slippery. a very important principle with reverse reaction. a strong type of acid with a word meaning water energy in it. a substance that can donate a hydrogen ion, tastes bitter. Big
Acids and Bases the name of HCl: ____________ ____. the unit used to measure the concentration of a solution: ____ ___ _____. the amount of atom, ions or molecules contained in a volume of solution. a solution with a pH higher than 7 is _______. the name of NaOH: ___________ ___________. Older Children
Aromatic Chemistry What describes the reaction between the diazonium ion reacting with cuprous salts? . How many pi electrons does nitrobenzene have?. What substitution reaction is favoured when the starting compound is anisole?. What electrophile is required for a Friedel-Crafts acylation reaction?. Benzene diazonium chloride reaction with fluoroboric acid at 0OC gives fluoro benzene. What is this reaction called? . Hard
Aromatic Chemistry Pyridine is toxic and _ _ _ _ smelling.. What describes the reaction between the diazonium ion reacting with cuprous salts? . How many pi electrons does nitrobenzene have?. What substitution reaction is favoured when the starting compound is anisole?. Benzene diazonium chloride reaction with fluoroboric acid at 0OC gives fluoro benzene. What is this reaction called? . Hard
Aromatic Chemistry Name the reaction that converts aldehydes and ketones into alkanes. Pyridine is used as a nucleophilic catalyst. In what reaction can this be portrayed in?. Name a fairly unreactive aromatic amine that is used in reactions between acid chlorides + alcohols to make esters.. How many criterias are needed for aromaticity?. The reaction of ketones or aldehydes with zinc amalgam in concentrated hydrochloric acid is known as what type of reaction? . Hard
Carbon Chemistry of, relating to, or denoting compounds that are not organic (broadly, compounds not containing carbon). ester of glycerol and three fatty acids; general term for fats and oils. (of an organic compound, esp. a fat or oil molecule) containing several double or triple bonds between carbon atoms.. hydrocarbon molecule with only single bonds. of, relating to, or derived from living matter. Hard
Chemıcal Elements and Water an Important constituent of bones . does not contain carbon. one of the most frequently occuring elements in living things. contains carbon. A component of two animo acids. Older Children
Chemical Engineering An important skill for chemical engineers to have in order to design new technology. The things chemical engineers make and work with. Stands for Fundamentals of Engineering Exam. When a chemical engineer examines parts he has made. Has to do with making new, modern technology (*Blank* that excites). Big
Chemical Interactions property characteristic of a substance4 that determines how it interacts with othe substances.. Table salt. A type of matter defined by a unique particle.. CO2. A substance that dissolves on a solvent to for a solution. Big
Chemical Reactions reaction of a nonmetal oxide and water produces this. a reaction of an element with oxygen will form this of the element. carbon compound reacts with oxygen producing large amounts of energy, water, and carbon dioxide. forms a metal oxide and carbon dioxide. reaction of a metal oxide and water produces a. Big
Chemical Reactions Type of reaction in which an element or compound reacts with oxygen. representation of a chemical reaction. one element replaces a second element in a compound. 2HgO= 2Hg+O2 is an example of this type of reaction. AgNO3+NaCl=AgCl+NaNO3 is an example of this type of reaction. Big
Chemical Reactions an observation that a reaction has taken place involving warmth or the lack of it. the chemical symbol for this element is K. an observation that a reaction has taken place involving _______ change. the chemical symbol for this compound is H2O. an observation that a reaction has taken place involving bubbles. Older Children
Chemistry changes by rearrangement of atoms to make new substances. Group 17 elements of the Periodic Table. characteristics of matter. Row of the Periodic Table that go left to right. part of an atom that has no charge but has mass. Hard
Chemistry Consists of only one type of partical.. form a liquid from a solid as a result of heat. State of matter that changes shape according to the shape of its container but has a fixed volume. . Type of mixture you can only see one part. The smallest partical of matter that cannot be divided . Hard
Chemistry The aldol condensation mechanism includes an example of this type of attack.. This causes light to rotate.. Theory that explains how coordination complexes form.. This equation describes the pressure-volume relationship in the adiabatic expansion of a gas.. Simplest form of the Schroedinger equation.. Hard
Chemistry In the mantle causes the plates to move. The theory of Alfred Wegner. Solution used to purify copper. Used to make fertilisers. A type of rock that is formed by the deposition of material . Hard
Chemistry Any process which chemically breaks down or degrades metal. A chemical reaction in which a carbon containing compound reacts with oxygen to produce water, carbon dioxide, light, and heat. The corrosion of iron. A chemical reaction which absorbs heat. A type of reaction during which an acid and a base produce a salt compound and water. Hard
Chemistry Horizontal rows of the periodic table. Matter that has an indefinite shape. Matter that has uniform composition. The process that separates a solid from a liquid in a heterogeneous mixture. Properties of a material change, but the composition does not. Hard
Chemistry Part of an atom where electrons are found. Particle in an atom with no charge. Bond formed when atoms share electrons. Bond formed when atoms gain or lose electrons. Unit of matter. Big
Chemistry a general process in which molecules separate or split into smaller particles such as atoms usually in a reversible manner.. is a substance that undergoes a distinct observable change when conditions in its solution change. is a measure of the concentration of a solute in a solution in terms of amount of substance in a specified amount of mass of the solvent. . the ion H3O+, consisting of a protonated water molecule and present in all aqueous acids.. beyond saturation. Older Children
Chemistry Phase of matter with no fixed shape and can be poured. When particles are pressed together. Substance. Phase of matter with no fixed shape and particles spread out. A characteristic that describes something. Older Children
Chemistry Of or relating to a body having fewer electrons than protons. is a separation technique that is used to separate. a solid that has dissolved in a liquid and made a solution. each of two or more forms of the same element that contain equal numbers of protons but different numbers of neutrons in their nuclei. horizontal row of the periodic table.. all the material to be transfered from one place to another must make the trip. Hard
Chemistry Examples are solids, liquids, or gases.. It has a neutral charge.. The measure of how much. The basic building block of all matter.. The resistance from being scratched, dented, etc.. Older Children
Chemistry Type of Liquid crystal meaning soap. Molecules in LC with a chiral cntre. Anisotropic fluids. Device operating on photovoltaics. Hydrogen atoms on either side of C=C bond. Hard
Chemistry The process where a gas turns into a solid. The process where a solid turns into a gas. A particle that contains 2 or more atoms is called a m_______ . All atoms types can be found in the periodic table and are called e_______. The process where a liquid turns into a solid. Big
Chemistry All states of matter consist of ___________. The process where a gas turns into a solid. The process where solid turns into gas. Mass divided by Volume. The process where a liquid turns into a solid. Older Children
Chemistry A small negatively charged particle. A reaction where oxygen reacts with something to produce heat. A reaction that creates a heat. When there are more particles in a solution. When two reactants combine to form one. Hard
Chemistry Fill in the boxes below! GOOD LUCK! a very small particle that has a negative charge of electricity and travels around the nucleus of an atom. Number 16 on the periodic table. 2 or more atoms joined together and can be any elements. . The smallest particle of a chemical element that can exist.. Its a substance made up of atoms, that cannot be broken down into any other substance.. Older Children
Chemistry Chemistry Crossword Elements that have properties of both metals and nonmetals. In Covalent Bonds, the atoms can't gain, what do they do instead?. This can be given off when burning wood, This can also be given off in other chemical changes. Vertical Columns in the Periodic Table. The ability of a substance to reflect light. Hard
Chemistry in Cubes an important class of liquid crystal which form when the solid is heated . the process in which molecules make the transition from vapor to solid directly. the said reason for the drastic decrease in Napoleon' army and for his defeat; the term used to call the random growth of the microcrystals of gray tin, which has a tetragonal structure, that weakens the metal and makes it crumble. a measure of a fluid's resistance to flow. the intermolecular attraction between like molecules . Hard
Chemistry of Life the attractive force between two bodies of different substances that are in contact with each other. the force that holds molecules of a single material together. a fat molecule or a molecule that has similar properties; examples include oils, waxes, and steroids. a molecule, either protein or RNA, that acts as a catalyst in biochemical reactions. the minimum amount of energy required to start a chemical reaction. Hard
Chemistry of Life a slight attraction that develops between the oppositevely charged regions of near by molecules. attraction between molecules of different substances. a bond formed when one or more electrons are transferred from one atom to another. atom of an element that has a number of neutrons different from that of the otheratoms of the same element. attraction between molecules of the same substance . Hard
Chemistry of Life Apologia Biology Module 2 (Part 1) A chemical bond formed when one or more electrons are transferred from one atom to another. Chemical bond formed by the sharing of electrons between 2 or more atoms. A weak electrical attraction between a partially + hydrogen atom & a partially - atom of another molecule. Subatomic particles that have a negative charge. A molecule that contains atoms of at least two different elements. Hard
Chemistry of Life: Part 1 _______ are a type of lipid which can act as hormones in the body (through hormone synthesis) and that make up cell membranes.. _______ make up the lipid bilayer of all cell membranes; generally consist of two hydrophobic fatty acid 'tails' and a hydrophilic 'head' containing a phosphate group.. _______ carbohydrates store energy.. _______ acid (DNA) helps code and carry hereditary information.. _______ are simply proteins with a sugar atteched to them and are similar to functional proteins.. Hard
Chemistry Science a substance that is a fluid and it is melted. mass and bulk. gases liquids solids. when a new chemical is made by a rearrangement . a substance. Older Children
Element Finder used to make drinking water safe and to treat swimming pools. its used in naval ships, aircraft, automobiles and sporting goods. used mainly in electrical applications, cut diamonds and make filaments for incandescent light bulbs. what do you breathe every day?. used in everyday using, like pencils, and to line tanks that store corrosive liquids. Older Children
Elements This element’s name comes from the German words for “white mass” . This element can absorb up to 900 times its own volume of hydrogen. All atoms of this element contain 60 protons. All atoms of this element contain 20 protons. This element is a primary component of emeralds. Big
Elements strengthens bones. is the most electropositive element. is almost completely immune to chemical attacks at temperatures under 150 degrees. was named after one of the most influential scientists of the 20th century. spontaneously combusts in air when cut into fine pieces. Hard
Fluids Do the crossword. the process by which a liquid is rapidly converted into a gas. a variable that is held constant during an experiment. when a gas goes directly to a solid without the liquid state. the amount of a substance dissolved in another substance, usually water. the change of state in which a solid is transformed directly into a gas without going through the liquid state. Very Difficult
Food Chemistry Compounds that have 4 rings fused together. It indicates the presence of free fatty acid. It has more than 16 carbon atoms. It is used as emulsifiers in certain food. It has a nutty flavour. Hard
Gases movement of a gas through a small opening into a larger volume. Newton's law says gas particles travel in _____ lines. describes all collisions between particles. relationship between gases and pressure. as the temperature of a gas decreases, what does volume of gas do. Big
Heat and Temperature The point at which the motion of particles in a substance stops. A material that reduces the transfer of heat. The temperature at which water boils on the Fahrenheit scale. The temperature scale used in science laboratories. The temperature scale used in the United States. Hard
Introduction to Organic Chemistry A component of natural gas.. __________ refers to the occurrence of two or more compounds having the same molecular formula.. __________ can be a biological or chemical term.. A _________ carbon is a atom which is bonded to four different groups.. Occur in a non-polar involving two atoms of similar electronegativity.. Older Children
Lab Equipment Learning the glassware and equipment used in the BIO or CHEM LAB Uses friction to ignite a Bunsen Burner. A cup-shaped container capable of sustaining high temperatures; used to heat chemicals.. Accurate device with a stopcock at the bottom; measure volumes of reagents. Tall, labeled container used to precisely measure volumes of liquids. Holds a variety of things in place, particularly test tubes. Hard
Macromolecules and Carbohydrates Building blocks of all cells; There are four organic types of this.. A group that includes the simplest kinds of sugar that can't be broken down.. Any compound containing carbon.. Most common form of sugar.. Molecule consisting of many sugars bonded together.. Hard
Nuclear Chemistry malfunctions in the offspring of an organism due to exposure to radiation. radioactive nuclides that can be introduced into organisms whose pathways can be traced by monitoring their radioactivity. combining two light nuclei to form a heavier, more stable nucleus. devices used to give particles very high speeds. a process in the atom where one of the inner-orbital electrons is captured by the nucleus. Hard
Nuclear Chemistry An element with an atomic number of 93 or greater in the periodic table that is produced in the laboratory by induced transmutation. The process of binding smaller atomic nuclei into a single larger and more stable nucleus. A radioactive decay process that occurs when an atom's nucleus draws in a surrounding electron, which combines with a proton to form a neutron, resulting in an x-ray photon being emitted. A high-speed electron with a 1- charge that is emitted during radioactive decay. The positively charged protons and neutral neutrons contained in an atom's densely packed nucleus. Hard
send to a friend
Make Your Own Crossword Free
Make Your Own Word Search Free