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Title: Special Thanks to:


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Special Thanks to
Pamela Lovin
Template Creator
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Welcome to
Chemistry
Jeopardy
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Chemistry
Topic 3 History
Topic 4 Ionic Bonds
Topic 5 Covalent Bonds
Topic 1 The Basics
Topic 2 Conversions
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Final Jeopardy
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Topic Area One 100
  • QuestionGive an example of a physical property

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Topic Area One 100
  • Answercolor, melting point, boiling point,
    density, hardness, malleability, conductivity

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Topic Area One 200
  • QuestionSodium can be represented by the letters
    Na. What is the term for the one or two letter
    representation of an atom?

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Topic Area One 200
  • Answerthe chemical symbol

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Topic Area One 300
  • QuestionWhat are the three most common states of
    matter?

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Topic Area One 300
  • AnswerSolid, liquid, and gas

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Topic Area One 400
  • QuestionWhat term describes measurements that
    are close together, whether or not they are
    correct?

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Topic Area One 400
  • Answerprecise (as opposed to accurate)

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Topic Area One 500
  • QuestionWhat are two signals of a chemical
    reaction?

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Topic Area One 500
  • AnswerEnergy transfer (heat up or cool down),
    color change, gas production, precipitate
    formation

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Topic Area Two 100
  • QuestionHow many meters is one kilometer?

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Topic Area Two 100
  • Answer1000 meters

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Topic Area Two 200
  • QuestionHow many kilograms are in 2.04
    milligrams?

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Topic Area Two 200
  • Answer 0.00000204 kg
  • or 2.04 x 10-6 kg

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Topic Area Two 300
  • QuestionIf I drink 2.4 L of water and then 550
    mL of water, how much did I drink total?

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Topic Area Two 300
  • Answer2.95 L or 2950 mL of water

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Topic Area Two 400
  • QuestionLead has a density of 11.4 g/mL. If you
    have 550 mL of lead, how much mass does your lead
    have?

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Topic Area Two 400
  • Answerdm/V
  • 11.4g/1mLxg/550mL
  • 11.45501x6270
  • 6270 g or 6.27 kg

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Topic Area Two 500
  • QuestionHow many meters per second is 55
    kilometers per hour?

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Topic Area Two 500
  • Answer55km/hr 55000m/hr 916.67m/min 15.278m/s
  • 15m/s

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Topic Area Three 100
  • QuestionWho was the Greek philosopher who
    proposed the existence of indivisible,
    indestructible atoms?

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Topic Area Three 100
  • AnswerDemocritus

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Topic Area Three 200
  • QuestionWhose atomic theory stated that an
    element is composed of one type of atoms and a
    compound is composed of chemically combined atoms?

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Topic Area Three 200
  • AnswerDaltons

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Topic Area Three 300
  • QuestionWhich piece of Daltons theory did
    Thomsons experiment disprove?

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Topic Area Three 300
  • AnswerAtoms are indivisible

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Topic Area Three 400
  • QuestionWhat part of Thomsons model did
    Rutherfords experiment disprove?

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Topic Area Three 400
  • AnswerElectrons were distributed evenly
    throughout  an atom filled with positively
    charged material (plum pudding model)

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Topic Area Three 500
  • QuestionWhat modification did Bohrs model make
    to the pre-existing model of the atom?

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Topic Area Three 500
  • AnswerElectrons occupy orbitals with different
    energy levels

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Topic Area Four 100
  • QuestionHow does a cation form?

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Topic Area Four 100
  • AnswerIt loses electrons

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Topic Area Four 200
  • QuestionWhat charge will a nitride ion have?

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Topic Area Four 200
  • Answer -3

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Topic Area Four 300
  • QuestionWhat is the molecular formula for
    magnesium phosphide?

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Topic Area Four 300
  • AnswerMg3P2

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Topic Area Four 400
  • QuestionWhat is the name of Na3PO4?

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Topic Area Four 400
  • AnswerSodium phosphate

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Topic Area Four 500
  • QuestionWhat is the formula for cupric nitrite

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Topic Area Four 500
  • AnswerCu(NO2)2

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Topic Area Five 100
  • QuestionHow many covalent bonds will hydrogen
    form?

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Topic Area Five 100
  • Answer1

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Topic Area Five 200
  • QuestionWhat is the name of the molecule PCl3?

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Topic Area Five 200
  • AnswerPhosphorous trichloride

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Topic Area Five 300
  • QuestionHow many electrons are shared in the
    diatomic molecule form of nitrogen?

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Topic Area Five 300
  • Answer6 are shared in the triple bond

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Topic Area Five 400
  • QuestionWhat trait do you use to determine
    whether a bond will be nonpolar covalent, polar
    covalent, or ionic?

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Topic Area Five 400
  • Answerelectronegativity

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Topic Area Five 500
  • QuestionDraw one structure that a compound with
    the formula C2FOH5 could have

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Topic Area Five 500
  • AnswerH3COCFH2 or HOH2CCFH2 among others

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Final Jeopardy
  • Draw the functional group for an alcohol, a
    ketone, and a carboxylic acid and write the names
    of the smallest molecules for each group (needs 3
    functional groups and 3 names)

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Final Jeopardy
  • R-OH, methanol
  • R-CO-R, propanone
  • R-COOH, methanoic acid
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