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Chp. 1 3 Review Game

  1. 2. THIS IS Jeopardy
  2. 3. With Host... Your YOUR NAME
  3. 4. 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 Class. of Matter Physical/ Chemical Properties Correct Measurement Grab Bag Jeopardy Physical/ Chemical Changes
  4. 5. Pure gold (Au) would be classified as this type of matter A 100
  5. 6. Element A 100
  6. 7. Sugar would be classified as this type of matter A 200
  7. 8. Compound (2 or more atoms chemically bonded together) A 200
  8. 9. Salt water is an example of this type of matter A 300
  9. 10. Homogenous (solution) A 300
  10. 11. Concrete is an example of this type of matter A 400
  11. 12. Heterogeneous mixture A 400
  12. 13. True of False: A compound can be separated by physical means A 500
  13. 14. False A 500
  14. 15. This type of property can be observed without changing the identity of the substance B 100
  15. 16. Physical property (color, luster, malleability, boiling point, melting point, length, mass) B 100
  16. 17. The ability to burn is an example of what type of property? B 200
  17. 18. Chemical property (relates to substance’s ability to undergo change that transforms it into a different substance ) B 200
  18. 19. Most substances can exist in these three different physical states B 300
  19. 20. Solid, liquid, gas (physical properties are the same in each phase) B 300
  20. 21. A physical property that depends on the AMOUNT of substance is called… B 400
  21. 22. … an extensive property (mass, length, volume) B 400
  22. 23. Density is an example of what type of physical property (extensive or intensive) B 500
  23. 24. Intensive (depends on the composition or type of matter – NOT amount) B 500
  24. 25. Name one of the four indicators of a chemical reaction C 100
  25. 26. 1.) Color change 2.) Production of Gas 3.) Exchange of Heat 4.) Formation of a precipitate C 100
  26. 27. True or False: During a chemical change, the composition of matter does not change C 200
  27. 28. False (A chemical change results in the production of a new substance(s) with new physical and chemical properties) It is non-reversible. C 200
  28. 29. Water boiling (going from liquid to gas) is an example of this type of reaction C 300
  29. 30. Physical reaction (composition of H 2 O in liquid state is the same as H 2 O in gas state. This reaction is reversible.) C 300
  30. 31. DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
  31. 32. You leave your bike out in the rain over the weekend and you come back to find that the metal has rusted. The formation of rust is an example of what type of reaction. Support your answer with proof. C 400
  32. 33. Chemical (Color change, Non-reversible) C 400
  33. 34. Dissolving sugar in water is an example of what type of reaction C 500
  34. 35. Physical change (sugar water is a homogeneous mixture) C 500
  35. 36. What is 4.6X10 -6 mL in standard notation? D 100
  36. 37. 0.0000046 mL D 100
  37. 38. 0.0776640 contains this number of significant figures D 200
  38. 39. 6 D 200
  39. 40. How many mL of water are in this graduated cylinder? D 300
  40. 41. 52. mL D 300
  41. 42. When adding and subtracting measurements, the number of decimal places in your answer is determined by…. D 400
  42. 43. … the measurement with the least number of decimal places D 400
  43. 44. 6.356 X 5.04 = D 500
  44. 45. 32.0 (32.03424) D 500
  45. 46. Name three of the five type of science E 100
  46. 47. Chemistry, Biology, Earth Science, Astronomy and Physics E 100
  47. 48. How do you find the density of a substance (divide what by what?)? E 200
  48. 49. Divide mass by volume E 200
  49. 50. A scientist analyzing a blood sample is performing this type of chemistry E 300
  50. 51. analytical E 300
  51. 52. What does the law of conservation mass state? E 400
  52. 53. Mass is neither created nor destroyed E 400
  53. 54. A scientist researching factors that affect breathing rates during exercise is performing this type of chemistry E 500
  54. 55. Physical chemistry (motion + chemistry) E 500
  55. 56. Dimensional Analysis Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
  56. 57. If a car travels 40.75 feet in one second, how many miles will it travel in exactly one hour? 5,280 feet = 1 mile Click on screen to continue
  57. 58. 27.8 mi/hr Click on screen to continue
  58. 59. Thank You for Playing Jeopardy! Game Designed By C. Harr-MAIT

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