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Title: Welcome to Jeopardy


1
Welcome to Jeopardy
  • Your Favorite Host Ms. Ings
  • Todays Topic 1.C. Solubility

2
Solubility is
  • A. Substance the dissolves in a solution
  • B. Quantintiy or mass that is dissolved in a
    given mass of solvent
  • C. Describes the normal maximum concentration for
    a solute dissolved in a solvent
  • D. Substances that does the dissolving

3
Draw a water molecule and include its partial
charges.
4
Bases release___ in solution.
  • A. OH-
  • B. H
  • C. H2O
  • D. H-

5
If hexane is a non polar substance. What will
dissolve in it?
  • A. Water
  • B. Glucose
  • C. Ethanol
  • D. Lamp Oil

6
Sodium Hydroxide is a strong base. The pH is
  • A. 9
  • B. 1
  • C. 5
  • D. 14

7
What mass of KCl is needed to make a saturated
solution in 100 g of water at 75 C?
8
The relationship between dissolved oxygen and
temperature of water is
  • A. Directly Proportional
  • B. Indirectly Proportional
  • C. Tangently Proportional
  • D. Undetermined

9
Heavy metals damage
  • A. Proteins (Enzymes) in your body
  • B. Reproductive System
  • C. Nail Growth
  • D. Carbohydrates within your cells

10
Draw how water solvates around a sodium ion.
11
Which of the following could be a source of human
exposure to Mercury?
  • A. Gasoline
  • B. Fluorescent Bulbs
  • C. Paints
  • D. Leaking Batteries

12
53 g of KNO3 is dissolved in 255 g of water.
What is its concentration?
13
Why does NaCl dissolve in water but not in
cooking oil.
  • A. NaCl is a molecular compound and cooking oil
    is an ionic compound.
  • B. Both NaCl and cooking oil are ionic compounds
  • C. NaCl is non polar and cooking oil is non polar
    compound.
  • D. NaCl is an ionic compound and oil is a non
    polar compound.

14
How many times more acidic is a solution with a
pH of 2 than a pH of 4?
  • A. 100
  • B. 10
  • C. 1,000
  • D. 2

15
The EPA maximum for lead in drinking water is
.015 mg/L. Express this as ppm.
16
Acids taste
  • A. Strong
  • B. Bitter
  • C. Sour
  • D. Sweet

17
Using your knowledge of gas solubility, explain
why warm soda fizzes more than cold soda.
18
70 grams of KNO3 is dissolved in 100 grams of
water at 80 C. This solution is
  • A. Unsaturated
  • B. Supersaturated
  • C. Saturated
  • D. Unable to determine

19
HCl is a(n)...
  • A. Base
  • C. Neutral
  • C. Acid
  • D. Unable to determine

20
What is the mass percent sucrose concentration of
17g sucrose dissolved in 209 g water?
21
As the temperature of the water increase
  • A. Fish have more oxygen
  • B. Fish are more active
  • C. Fish slow down metabolism
  • D. Aquatic organisms decrease

22
The oxygen in water has many unique properties
one of which is
  • A. Its positive charge
  • B. Its ionic bond formed with hydrogen
  • C. That its electronegative
  • D. Its ability to give away its electrons
    easily.

23
Draw a model of KCL dissolved in water.
24
How would diluting the solution change your model?
25
Solute B is .
  • A. Polar
  • B. Non polar
  • C. Ionic Compound
  • D. Non polar in vegetable oil

Water Vegetable Oil Hexane
Solute A Soluble Insoluble Insoluble
Solute B Insoluble Soluble Soluble
26
How much NaCl will dissolve in 350g of water at
70 C?
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