Atom Basics Phase Changes Periodic Table Metals Formulas Naming $ 200 $ 200 $200 $200 $ 200 $ 200 $400 $400 $ 400 $400 $ 4...
Scientific Method Famous Chemists Valence Electrons Pure vs. Mixtures Everything Chemistry Everything Chemistry $ 400 $ 40...
Final Jeopardy <ul><li>Final Jeopardy Category </li></ul>
Final Jeopardy Mg 3 N 2 This is the formula when you combine the two elements Mg and N
$200 What is an electron? The subatomic particle with a negative (-) charge.
$400 What is a neutron? A sub-atomic particle without a charge (0)
$600 What is  2 electrons This is the number of electrons in the first energy shell.
$800 What is the nucleus? The center of an atom
$1000 What is the Electron Cloud? The area surrounding the nucleus that contains electrons
$200 What is a solid? Ice is H 2 O in this state
$400 What is a gas? This has an indefinite shape and an indefinite volume
$600 What is vaporization? When matter goes liquid to a gas
$800 What is sublimation? When matter goes directly from a solid to a gas
$1000 What is a phase change? The temperature does not change during this time
$200 What is a period? The horizontal rows on the periodic table.
$400 What is mercury? This is a symbol for what element:  Hg
$600 What is the atomic number? The numbers of protons an element has.
$800 What is the number of valence electrons? All the elements in a vertical column have this in common.
$1000 What is octet rule? The rule that most of the Noble Gases obey that makes them stable.
$200 What is luster? The shininess of a metal.
$400 What is ductility? The quality of metal that allows copper to be drawn into wire that can be used in electrical wiring
$600 What is malleability? The ability of a metal to be hammered into sheets without breaking.
$800 What are Transition Metals? The name of the metals between Group 2 and Group 3
$1000 What is Ionic Bond? A bond between a metal and a non-metal.
$200 What does a chemical formula show? The number of atoms of each element in one molecule of a compound is represented b...
$400 What is MgCl 2 The formula for the compound containing Mg and Cl.
$600 What is N 3- The ion for Nitrogen.
$800 What is a cation? A positively charged particle
$1000 What is a negatively charged particle? Anion
$200 What is the ending –ide? Binary compounds end in this specific ending.
$400 What is neutral? The charge of a compound containing 2 or more ions.
$600 What is Sodium Sulfide? The name of Na 2 S.
$800 Aluminum fluoride The name of the compound containing Aluminum and Fluorine
$1000 What is a poly atomic ion? If you see the ending –ate, you are dealing with this kind of ion.
$400 What is the manipulated variable? The variable that is purposefully changed in an experiment.
$800 What is Scientific Method? Starts with Observations that lead to a Scientific Question
$1200 What is a Scientific Theory An Explanation based on data that sufficiently answers a question.
$1600 Responding Variable In the following sentence:  “Temperature increases as you travel towards the equator.”  Temperat...
$2000 What is a Scientific Theory? A plausible explanation for a question.
$400 Who is Rutherford? This famous chemist provided evidence for the existence of a nucleus in an atom.
$800 Who is J.J. Thomson? This famous chemist discovered the electron.
$1200 Who is John Dalton? This famous chemist in his atomic theory said that all matter is composed of atoms
$1600 Who is Niels Bohr? This famous chemist organized electrons into orbits.
$2000 What are alpha particles? In Rutherford’s gold foil experiment, these particles were shot through gold.
$400 What is 5 Valence Electrons? If Carbon has 4 valence electrons, Nitrogen would have this many.
$800 What is the outermost energy shell? Valence Electrons are located here.
$1200 What is the Duet Rule? Helium has a full outer shell and obeys this rule?
$1600 What is give up 2 electrons? Magnesium wants to do this in order to become like a Noble Gas.
$2000 What is a full outer shell.  (Duet/Octet Rule) The most stable atom will have this.
$400 What is a solution or a colloid? This is a homogenous mixture?
$800 What is an element or a compound? This is a pure substance.
$1200 What is a suspension? This mixture has the largest particles.
$1600 What is a solution? This mixture has the smallest particles.
$2000 What is the Tyndall Effect? This can help you tell the difference between a solution and a colloid.
$400 What is 100 degrees Celsius? In Celsius, what temperature does water boil?
$800 What is vaporization? This process is used to separate mixtures based on boiling points?
$1200 What is oxygen? In order to have fire, you need this element.
$1600 What are the s and p orbitals? There are these orbitals present in the 2 nd  Principle Energy Level.
$2000 What is 3.74 x 10 -3 0.00374 in scientific notation.
$400 What are isotopes? Carbon-12 and Carbon-14 are two forms of the same element called…
$800 What is the mass number? In order to calculate the number of neutrons in an atom you subtract the number of protons f...
$1200 What is a compound? This is a substance made up of two or more elements.
$1600 What is 234.452 meters? 234,452mm = ______ m
$2000 What is a physical change? Melting frozen ice into liquid water is this kind of change.
Daily  Double What is plasma? Lightning is the most often seen form of this state of matter.
Daily  Double What are the Group 8 Elements or Inert Gases? The Noble Gases are also called this.
Daily  Double What is a Scientific Law? When you do an experiment over and over and you get the same conclusion everytime,...
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  • Intro screen
  • Host screen
  • Jeopardy round
  • Double Jeopardy Round
  • Final Jeopardy betting screen
  • Final Jeopardy
  • Single Jeopardy – Category 1
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  • Single Jeopardy Daily Double
  • Double Jeopardy First Daily Double
  • Double Jeopardy Second Daily Double
  • Goodbye screen
  • Jeopardy period 1

    1. 3. Atom Basics Phase Changes Periodic Table Metals Formulas Naming $ 200 $ 200 $200 $200 $ 200 $ 200 $400 $400 $ 400 $400 $ 400 $400 $600 $ 600 $600 $ 600 $ 600 $ 600 $800 $ 800 $800 $ 800 $ 800 $ 800 $ 1000 $1000 $ 1000 $ 1000 $ 1000 $ 1000
    2. 4. Scientific Method Famous Chemists Valence Electrons Pure vs. Mixtures Everything Chemistry Everything Chemistry $ 400 $ 400 $ 400 $ 400 $ 400 $ 400 $ 800 $ 800 $ 800 $ 800 $ 800 $ 800 $ 1200 $ 1200 $ 1200 $ 1200 $ 1200 $ 1200 $ 1600 $ 1600 $ 1600 $ 1600 $ 1600 $ 1600 $ 2000 $ 2000 $ 2000 $ 2000 $ 2000 $ 2000
    3. 5. Final Jeopardy <ul><li>Final Jeopardy Category </li></ul>
    4. 6. Final Jeopardy Mg 3 N 2 This is the formula when you combine the two elements Mg and N
    5. 7. $200 What is an electron? The subatomic particle with a negative (-) charge.
    6. 8. $400 What is a neutron? A sub-atomic particle without a charge (0)
    7. 9. $600 What is 2 electrons This is the number of electrons in the first energy shell.
    8. 10. $800 What is the nucleus? The center of an atom
    9. 11. $1000 What is the Electron Cloud? The area surrounding the nucleus that contains electrons
    10. 12. $200 What is a solid? Ice is H 2 O in this state
    11. 13. $400 What is a gas? This has an indefinite shape and an indefinite volume
    12. 14. $600 What is vaporization? When matter goes liquid to a gas
    13. 15. $800 What is sublimation? When matter goes directly from a solid to a gas
    14. 16. $1000 What is a phase change? The temperature does not change during this time
    15. 17. $200 What is a period? The horizontal rows on the periodic table.
    16. 18. $400 What is mercury? This is a symbol for what element: Hg
    17. 19. $600 What is the atomic number? The numbers of protons an element has.
    18. 20. $800 What is the number of valence electrons? All the elements in a vertical column have this in common.
    19. 21. $1000 What is octet rule? The rule that most of the Noble Gases obey that makes them stable.
    20. 22. $200 What is luster? The shininess of a metal.
    21. 23. $400 What is ductility? The quality of metal that allows copper to be drawn into wire that can be used in electrical wiring
    22. 24. $600 What is malleability? The ability of a metal to be hammered into sheets without breaking.
    23. 25. $800 What are Transition Metals? The name of the metals between Group 2 and Group 3
    24. 26. $1000 What is Ionic Bond? A bond between a metal and a non-metal.
    25. 27. $200 What does a chemical formula show? The number of atoms of each element in one molecule of a compound is represented by this (example: H 2 O).
    26. 28. $400 What is MgCl 2 The formula for the compound containing Mg and Cl.
    27. 29. $600 What is N 3- The ion for Nitrogen.
    28. 30. $800 What is a cation? A positively charged particle
    29. 31. $1000 What is a negatively charged particle? Anion
    30. 32. $200 What is the ending –ide? Binary compounds end in this specific ending.
    31. 33. $400 What is neutral? The charge of a compound containing 2 or more ions.
    32. 34. $600 What is Sodium Sulfide? The name of Na 2 S.
    33. 35. $800 Aluminum fluoride The name of the compound containing Aluminum and Fluorine
    34. 36. $1000 What is a poly atomic ion? If you see the ending –ate, you are dealing with this kind of ion.
    35. 37. $400 What is the manipulated variable? The variable that is purposefully changed in an experiment.
    36. 38. $800 What is Scientific Method? Starts with Observations that lead to a Scientific Question
    37. 39. $1200 What is a Scientific Theory An Explanation based on data that sufficiently answers a question.
    38. 40. $1600 Responding Variable In the following sentence: “Temperature increases as you travel towards the equator.” Temperature is this variable.
    39. 41. $2000 What is a Scientific Theory? A plausible explanation for a question.
    40. 42. $400 Who is Rutherford? This famous chemist provided evidence for the existence of a nucleus in an atom.
    41. 43. $800 Who is J.J. Thomson? This famous chemist discovered the electron.
    42. 44. $1200 Who is John Dalton? This famous chemist in his atomic theory said that all matter is composed of atoms
    43. 45. $1600 Who is Niels Bohr? This famous chemist organized electrons into orbits.
    44. 46. $2000 What are alpha particles? In Rutherford’s gold foil experiment, these particles were shot through gold.
    45. 47. $400 What is 5 Valence Electrons? If Carbon has 4 valence electrons, Nitrogen would have this many.
    46. 48. $800 What is the outermost energy shell? Valence Electrons are located here.
    47. 49. $1200 What is the Duet Rule? Helium has a full outer shell and obeys this rule?
    48. 50. $1600 What is give up 2 electrons? Magnesium wants to do this in order to become like a Noble Gas.
    49. 51. $2000 What is a full outer shell. (Duet/Octet Rule) The most stable atom will have this.
    50. 52. $400 What is a solution or a colloid? This is a homogenous mixture?
    51. 53. $800 What is an element or a compound? This is a pure substance.
    52. 54. $1200 What is a suspension? This mixture has the largest particles.
    53. 55. $1600 What is a solution? This mixture has the smallest particles.
    54. 56. $2000 What is the Tyndall Effect? This can help you tell the difference between a solution and a colloid.
    55. 57. $400 What is 100 degrees Celsius? In Celsius, what temperature does water boil?
    56. 58. $800 What is vaporization? This process is used to separate mixtures based on boiling points?
    57. 59. $1200 What is oxygen? In order to have fire, you need this element.
    58. 60. $1600 What are the s and p orbitals? There are these orbitals present in the 2 nd Principle Energy Level.
    59. 61. $2000 What is 3.74 x 10 -3 0.00374 in scientific notation.
    60. 62. $400 What are isotopes? Carbon-12 and Carbon-14 are two forms of the same element called…
    61. 63. $800 What is the mass number? In order to calculate the number of neutrons in an atom you subtract the number of protons from this number.
    62. 64. $1200 What is a compound? This is a substance made up of two or more elements.
    63. 65. $1600 What is 234.452 meters? 234,452mm = ______ m
    64. 66. $2000 What is a physical change? Melting frozen ice into liquid water is this kind of change.
    65. 67. Daily Double What is plasma? Lightning is the most often seen form of this state of matter.
    66. 68. Daily Double What are the Group 8 Elements or Inert Gases? The Noble Gases are also called this.
    67. 69. Daily Double What is a Scientific Law? When you do an experiment over and over and you get the same conclusion everytime, you may produce this.
    68. 70. The Jeopardy champion!

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