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  1. 1. Jeopardy Definition Cabbage Lab Equations Random Chances 100 Points 100 Points 100 Points 100 Points Chance 1 200 Points 200 Points 200 Points 200 Points Chance 2 300 Points 300 Points 300 Points 300 Points Chance 3 400 Points 400 Points 400 Points 400 Points Chance 4 500 Points 500 Points 500 Points 500 Points Chance 5 Final Jeopardy
  2. 2. 100 Points Question from Definition Fill in the blank: Strong acids produce the _____ number of ions
  3. 3. 100 Points Answer from Definition Maximum
  4. 4. 200 Points Question from Definition Fill in the blank: Weak acids ionizes only partially in _____ aqueous solution to form the conjugate acid of the base and hydroxide ion.
  5. 5. 200 Points Question from Definition Dilute
  6. 6. 300 Points Question from Definition Give the difference between acidic solution and basic solution.
  7. 7. 300 Points Answer from Definition Acidic solution contains more hydrogen ions than hydroxide ions. Basic solution contains more hydroxide ions than hydrogen ions.
  8. 8. 400 Points Question from Definition Define a conjugate acid and a conjugate base
  9. 9. 400 Points Answer from Definition A conjugate acid is produced when a base accepts a hydrogen ion from an acid. A conjugate base is produced when an acid donates a hydrogen ion to a base.
  10. 10. 500 Points Question from Definition Name different groups of acid and base and briefly explain/describe them.
  11. 11. 500 Points Answer from Definition Categories Acid Base Arhenius Always contain H+ Always contain OH- Brosted-Lowry Donates a proton to water No longer needs to contain which forms H30+ OH- Lewis They are electron pair They are electron pair acceptors donors
  12. 12. 100 Points Question from Cabbage Lab What is the purpose of Red-Cabbage Lab?
  13. 13. 100 Points Answer from Cabbage Lab To understand the idea of acid and base, and to be able to figure out which product is acidic or basic or neutral according to the color change.
  14. 14. 200 Points Question from Cabbage Lab What is the role of red-cabbage juice?
  15. 15. 200 Points Answer from Cabbage Lab It’s an indicator which defines the acidity or basicity of the tested materials.
  16. 16. 300 Points Question from Cabbage Lab How can you define the acidity or basicity?
  17. 17. 300 Points Answer from Cabbage Lab By looking at the color change.
  18. 18. 400 Points Question from Cabbage Lab What unit is used to describe the severity of acid or base?
  19. 19. 400 Points Answer from Cabbage Lab pH value
  20. 20. 500 Points Question from Cabbage Lab What are the borders of pH value which defines whether the material is acidic/basic/neutral?
  21. 21. 500 Points Answer from Cabbage Lab •If the pH value is 7, the material is neutral. •If the pH value is lower than 7, the material is acidic. •If the pH value is higher than 7, the material is basic.
  22. 22. 100 Points Question from Equation What is the equation for pH?
  23. 23. 100 Points Answer from Equation pH = -log [H+]
  24. 24. 200 Points Question from Equation What is the equation of pOH?
  25. 25. 200 Points Answer from Equation pOH = -log [OH-]
  26. 26. 300 Points Question from Equation Find out the answer: pH + pOH = ?
  27. 27. 300 Points Answer from Equation pH + pOH = 14.00
  28. 28. 400 Points Question from Equation What is the equation of Kw?
  29. 29. 400 Points Answer from Equation Kw = [H+][OH-]
  30. 30. 500 Points Question from Equation What is the equation of Keq?
  31. 31. 500 Points Answer from Equation Keq =
  32. 32. 100 Points Question from Random What does Kw stands for?
  33. 33. 100 Points Answer from Random It stands for “ion product constant for water”
  34. 34. 200 Points Question from Random What is Titration?
  35. 35. 200 Points Answer from Random Titration tells the rate of acidity in the water and the amount of base which is necessary to neutralize the water.
  36. 36. 300 Points Question from Random Define “Neutralization reaction”
  37. 37. 300 Points Answer from Random It is a reaction which an acid and a base react in aqueous solution to produce a salt and water.
  38. 38. 400 Points Question from Random Describe why you can consume vinegar while this is not recommended with a dilute solution of battery acid.
  39. 39. 400 Points Answer from Random The concentration of hydrogen ions in battery acid is much higher than the concentration of them in vinegar. Also the low pH degree in battery acid means that it is more harmful for people.
  40. 40. 500 Points Question from Random Name 10 acidic/basic households in 15 seconds
  41. 41. 500 Points Answer from Random Examples •Use www.google.com •Baking soda To make sure other answers • Vinegar are correct! • Lemon Juice • Energy Drink • Soap
  42. 42. Chance 1 If you are older than 18, you will get the chance
  43. 43. Chance 1 If you are older than 18, you will earn extra 100 points
  44. 44. Chance 2 If your birthday is between May 20th – July 17th, you will earn a chance.
  45. 45. Chance 2 If your birthday is between May 20th – July 17th, you will earn an extra 180 points
  46. 46. Chance 3 If you are shorter than 165cm, you will earn a chance.
  47. 47. Chance 3 If you are shorter than 165cm You will earn an extra 200 points
  48. 48. Chance 4 If you have a just normal cell phone, instead of smart phones, you will earn a chance.
  49. 49. Chance 4 If you have a just normal cell phone, instead of smart phones, you will earn an extra 250 points
  50. 50. Chance 5 If you were born outside of New Jersey, You will earn a chance.
  51. 51. Chance 5 If you were born outside of New Jersey, You will earn an extra 500 points.
  52. 52. Final Jeopardy Kb stands for the basic ionization constant. It is the value of the equilibrium constant expression for the ionization of a base. What is the equation of Kb?
  53. 53. Final Jeopardy Answer Kb =

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