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### 1 27 Unit #6 Jeopardy

1. 1. Launch: 1/27   Grab your binder and immediately take a seat!   Place yesterday’s practice questions (Unit #6 Study Guide) on your desk.   Yesterday’s Exit Slip Data: N/A   Today’s Objective: Review!
2. 2. Launch: 1/27   Switch practice questions with partner   In a different color pencil/pen, grade their practice questions   If wrong, circle the number   Be accurate   2 minutes per page
3. 3. Announcements   Unit #6 Exam tomorrow!   No notecard!   Jeopardy   Our goal = review   Class rules I am focusing on this week:   interfering with your own or someone else’s learning   leaving seat without permission
4. 4. Jeopardy   Work in partner groups   Both responsible for the answer   When timer is up, lift your board
5. 5. Chemistry Jeopardy Acids/Bases Acids/Bases Solutions #1 Solutions #2 Random #1 #2 10 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 40 50 50 50 50 50
6. 6. A solution is made up of what two components?
7. 7. What is a solute?
8. 8. A sugar cube dissolves in a beaker of water. What is the solute and what is the solvent?
9. 9. Why does granulated sugar dissolve faster than sugar cubes?
10. 10. In 1-2 sentences, describe the dissolving process at the molecular level. (Hint: use words like solvent, solute, random collisions)
11. 11. Which would dissolve faster? salt in hot water or salt in cold water
12. 12. Which would dissolve faster? CO2 in hot water Or CO2 in cold water
13. 13. If 10g of NaCl is dissolved in 2L of water, what is the concentration in g/L?
14. 14. What is the molarity of the solution if 50 moles of HCl are dissolved in 100L of H2O?
15. 15. If the solubility of NaBr is 50g/L, what is the mass of the NaBr in a .5L solution?
16. 16. List 3 properties of acids?
17. 17. What is the definition of a Bronsted-Lowry base?
18. 18. Draw a picture of HF (a weak acid) dissolved in water.
19. 19. In the below equation, which reactant acts like an acid and which reactant acts like a base? HI + HSO4-  I- + H2SO4
20. 20. A strong acid is mixed with the same amount of a strong base. What would be the pH of the solution after the reaction?
21. 21. What type of solution turns litmus paper blue and has a bitter taste?
22. 22. On the chart below, which object is the most acidic? Which is the most basic?
23. 23. Which Text for Question Insert is more acidic, lemon juice (pH 2) or milk (pH 6)? By how much?
24. 24. The nucleus has aequation, which In the below _____ mass, reactant acts like an acid and a ____ volume, and is therefore _____. which reactant acts like a base? CO32- + H3O+  H2O + HCO3-
25. 25. Draw a picture of a strong acid dissolved in water and a weak acid dissolved in water. In 1-2 sentences, describe the difference.
26. 26. A solution is made up of 30% water and 70% hexane. They are both liquids. Which is the solvent?
27. 27. Is it a solute or a solvent? 1.  Sugar in kool-aid 2.  Water in coffee 3.  HCl in 1M solution of hydrochloric acid
28. 28. What are the two products formed when a strong acid is mixed with a strong base?
29. 29. Which is more basic, milk or pure water? By how much?
30. 30. Diet Coke is made up of water, syrup, liquid food coloring, artificial powder flavoring, and CO2. Identify the solute(s) and solvent(s)!