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Compound
What do atoms form whencombined together forming   matter with different chemical properties than   the individual atoms?
Solid, Liquid, Gas
What states ofmatter are createdby the total energy of their atoms?
Tightly packed,   moderatelypacked & looselypacked molecules.
How aremolecules packedin solids, liquids,    & gasses?
NaCl Sodium  Chloride
What is an example of a repeating molecular   crystaline solid?
Electrons
Which subatomic particle is foundfurthest from thenucleus and has a negative charge?
Product molecules  with differentchemical properties
What do reactant molecules withcertain chemcialproperties form?
Law ofConservation of    Matter
What is it whenthe types and mass of reactant atoms  equals the types    and mass of  product atoms?
Exothermic orendothermic
What is it calledwhen all chemical reactions eithergive up or take in   heat energy?
Physical Changes
What are freezing and boiling called;in which there is no chemical changes?
14, 1, and 0
What is the pH ofstrong bases, acids,    and neutral     solutions?
Carbon
What element iscentral to life and can combine in many different      ways?
CHNOPS
What are the sixprimary elements     of life?
Water and salt
What are two small     inorganic  compounds inliving organisms?
Carbohydrates,Lipids, and Proteins
What are three   large organicmolecules found inliving organisms?
DNA
What is the one   large organic  molecule whichcontrols and directs        life?
Sodium, Chlorine, Hydrogen,     Sulphur, Oxygen
What are thechemical elements  names in this   compound;  NaCl H2SO4?
Metals
Elements to the left of the “staircase”  in the periodic table are called…
Non-metals
Elements to the   right of the“staircase” in the  periodic table      are…
Isotopes
The same elementbut with a differentnumber of neutrons    are called…
Atomic Number
What number inthe periodic table   indicates thenumber of protons  and electrons?
Force
What is a push or a    pull with a magnitude and direction called?
Balanced Forces
When these forces  are equal andopposite, no motion      occurs.
Gravity, Tension, Compression,    Friction
What are the forcesacting on a static (non-moving)     object?
Unbalanced forces
What forceproduces changes    in velocity(direction, speed,     or both).
Greater mass or greater speed
What two things can increase theamount of force amoving object has?
Mass/Volume (massdivided by volume)
What is Density?
The weight of the    water it  displaces…
What is thebuoyant force on an object equal       to?
Low pressure from  above, greater  pressure from      below
What does  Bernouli’s Lawstate about why an   airplane wing       rises?
One   g/cm 3
What is thedensity of water?
Floating
What happens when an object’sdensity is less than     1.0g/cm   3
Make your wager
186,000mi/sec aparticle and a wave
What is light andhow fast does it    move?
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  1. 1. Instructions for using this template.•  Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written Answer this is the prompt the students will see, and where I have Question should be the student s response.•  To enter your questions and answers, click once on the text on the slide, then highlight and just type over what s there to replace it. If you hit Delete or Backspace, it sometimes makes the text box disappear.•  When clicking on the slide to move to the next appropriate slide, be sure you see the hand, not the arrow. (If you put your cursor over a text box, it will be an arrow and WILL NOT take you to the right location.)
  2. 2. Choose a category.You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
  3. 3. Click here forFinal Jeopardy
  4. 4. A. B. C. D. F. E. Forces inStructure Chemical Carbon Periodic Forces Fluidsof Atoms Reactions Chemistry Table10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points
  5. 5. Compound
  6. 6. What do atoms form whencombined together forming matter with different chemical properties than the individual atoms?
  7. 7. Solid, Liquid, Gas
  8. 8. What states ofmatter are createdby the total energy of their atoms?
  9. 9. Tightly packed, moderatelypacked & looselypacked molecules.
  10. 10. How aremolecules packedin solids, liquids, & gasses?
  11. 11. NaCl Sodium Chloride
  12. 12. What is an example of a repeating molecular crystaline solid?
  13. 13. Electrons
  14. 14. Which subatomic particle is foundfurthest from thenucleus and has a negative charge?
  15. 15. Product molecules with differentchemical properties
  16. 16. What do reactant molecules withcertain chemcialproperties form?
  17. 17. Law ofConservation of Matter
  18. 18. What is it whenthe types and mass of reactant atoms equals the types and mass of product atoms?
  19. 19. Exothermic orendothermic
  20. 20. What is it calledwhen all chemical reactions eithergive up or take in heat energy?
  21. 21. Physical Changes
  22. 22. What are freezing and boiling called;in which there is no chemical changes?
  23. 23. 14, 1, and 0
  24. 24. What is the pH ofstrong bases, acids, and neutral solutions?
  25. 25. Carbon
  26. 26. What element iscentral to life and can combine in many different ways?
  27. 27. CHNOPS
  28. 28. What are the sixprimary elements of life?
  29. 29. Water and salt
  30. 30. What are two small inorganic compounds inliving organisms?
  31. 31. Carbohydrates,Lipids, and Proteins
  32. 32. What are three large organicmolecules found inliving organisms?
  33. 33. DNA
  34. 34. What is the one large organic molecule whichcontrols and directs life?
  35. 35. Sodium, Chlorine, Hydrogen, Sulphur, Oxygen
  36. 36. What are thechemical elements names in this compound; NaCl H2SO4?
  37. 37. Metals
  38. 38. Elements to the left of the “staircase” in the periodic table are called…
  39. 39. Non-metals
  40. 40. Elements to the right of the“staircase” in the periodic table are…
  41. 41. Isotopes
  42. 42. The same elementbut with a differentnumber of neutrons are called…
  43. 43. Atomic Number
  44. 44. What number inthe periodic table indicates thenumber of protons and electrons?
  45. 45. Force
  46. 46. What is a push or a pull with a magnitude and direction called?
  47. 47. Balanced Forces
  48. 48. When these forces are equal andopposite, no motion occurs.
  49. 49. Gravity, Tension, Compression, Friction
  50. 50. What are the forcesacting on a static (non-moving) object?
  51. 51. Unbalanced forces
  52. 52. What forceproduces changes in velocity(direction, speed, or both).
  53. 53. Greater mass or greater speed
  54. 54. What two things can increase theamount of force amoving object has?
  55. 55. Mass/Volume (massdivided by volume)
  56. 56. What is Density?
  57. 57. The weight of the water it displaces…
  58. 58. What is thebuoyant force on an object equal to?
  59. 59. Low pressure from above, greater pressure from below
  60. 60. What does Bernouli’s Lawstate about why an airplane wing rises?
  61. 61. One g/cm 3
  62. 62. What is thedensity of water?
  63. 63. Floating
  64. 64. What happens when an object’sdensity is less than 1.0g/cm 3
  65. 65. Make your wager
  66. 66. 186,000mi/sec aparticle and a wave
  67. 67. What is light andhow fast does it move?

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