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CHS chemistry students play periodic table game

Campbellsville High School chemistry students recently competed against each other while playing a periodic table game.

 

In Dee Doss’s AP/dual credit chemistry class, students were tested to see how well they know the periodic table.

 

Students were asked to make words using the symbols from the elements, and bonus points were given to the winners.

 

Winners were chosen for the student making the longest word, the student who made a word using the most symbols and the student who made the most words overall.

 

CHS juniors Sara Farmer, at left, and Darius Wright see how many words they can spell using the symbols for elements on the periodic table.

CHS juniors Sara Farmer, at left, and Darius Wright see how many words they can spell using the symbols for elements on the periodic table.

 

CHS juniors Cass Kidwell, at left, and Jackson Hunt see how many words they can spell using the symbols for elements on the periodic table.

CHS juniors Cass Kidwell, at left, and Jackson Hunt see how many words they can spell using the symbols for elements on the periodic table.

 

CHS juniors Vivian Brown, at left, and Haley Fitch see how many words they can spell using the symbols for elements on the periodic table.

CHS juniors Vivian Brown, at left, and Haley Fitch see how many words they can spell using the symbols for elements on the periodic table.

 

CHS junior Christian Berry sees how many words he can spell using the symbols for elements on the periodic table.

CHS junior Christian Berry sees how many words he can spell using the symbols for elements on the periodic table.

 

CHS junior Alex Doss sees how many words he can spell using the symbols for elements on the periodic table.

CHS junior Alex Doss sees how many words he can spell using the symbols for elements on the periodic table.





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