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Title: Welcome to


1
Welcome to
  • Jeopardy
  • for the
  • Matter Final Assessment

2
Composition of Matter
Acids And Bases
Chemical Change
Miscellaneous
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3
Answer to Column 1 100
  • What does the smallest particle of matter consist
    of?

4
Column 1 Question 100
  • Protons positively charged
  • Neutrons neutrons have no charge
  • Electrons negatively charged

5
Answer to Column 1 200
  • What is matter that is made of only one kind of
    atom and is found on the periodic table?

6
Column 1 Question 200
  • Element

7
Answer to Column 1 300
  • What is a molecule?

8
Column 1 Question 300
  • A molecule consists of two or more atoms of the
    same element,
  • or
  • different elements, that are chemically bound
    together and are not easily separated.

9
Answer to Column 1 400
  • What is a compound?

10
Column 1 Question 400
  • Atoms of two or more different elements
    chemically bonded together which means they are
    not easily separated like a mixture.

11
Answer to Column 2 100
  • Name 2 properties of an acid.

12
Column 2 Question 100
  • Sour taste
  • Can be harmful or corrosive
  • pH less than 7
  • Neutralizes bases
  • Turns blue litmus paper to red

13
Answer to Column 2 200
  • Name 2 properties of a base.

14
Column 2 Question 200
  • Tastes bitter
  • pH greater than 7
  • Neutralizes acids
  • Feels slippery
  • Turns red litmus paper blue

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Answer to Column 2 300
  • What occurs during neutralization?

16
Column 2 Question 300
  • An acid reacts with a base to produce pure water
    and a salt
  • resulting in a pH of 7.

17
Answer to Column 2 400
  • Is carbonated soda pop an acid or a base. Explain.

18
Column 2 Question 400
  • All carbonated beverages are carbonated with
    carbon dioxide. Water and carbon dioxide together
    create a low concentration of carbonic acid, a
    very mild acid, present in all carbonated
    beverages. In other words, it's an acid.

19
Answer to Column 3 100
  • A chemical change is caused by a chemical
    reaction. List three reactions you could observe
    to prove a chemical change has occurred.

20
Column 3 Question 100
  • change in color
  • gas given offnew substance
  • heat created
  • fizzing/bubbling (gas)new substance
  • light created
  • rusting
  • Odor

21
Answer to Column 3 200
  • Baking soda and vinegar are mixed and
  • cause fizzing. What is the proof that
  • a chemical change occurred?

22
Column 3 Question 200
  1. Fizzing is proof a chemical change occurred
    because a gas was created.
  2. New substance
  3. Cannot be reversed

23
Answer to Column 3 300
  • What occurred in a chemical change if the mass of
    a substance decreases?

24
Column 3 Question 300
  • Matter escaped because of an open system.

25
Answer to Column 3 400
  • Your mom mixes a few ingredients
  • to make you some cookies. You eat them
  • after they are baked.
  • What chemical and physical changes are
  • occurring?

26
Column 3 Question 400
  • When the ingredients are mixed, a physical change
    occurred.
  • When the cookies are baked and eaten, chemical
    changes occur.

27
Answer to Column 4 100
  • Which are compounds?

28
Column 4 Question 100
  • Carbon Monoxide
  • Carbon Dioxide

29
Answer to Column 4 200
  • When a physical and chemical change
  • occurs in a closed system, the mass will
  • a) Increase
  • b) Decrease
  • c) Stay the same

30
Column 4 Question 200
  • The mass does not change.

31
Answer to Column 4 300
  • Why are sections of the periodic table colored
    differently?

32
Column 4 Question 300
  • Each color represents a group of elements
    (family) that contain similar properties.

33
Answer to Column 4 400
34
Column 4 Question 400
0
2
1
O2
0
3
2
H2O
3
12
3
C3H8O
6
23
4
C6H12O4Cl
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