Chemistry Jeopardy

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Chemistry Jeopardy

  1. 1. Chemistry Jeopardy : Are you ready for the test?
  2. 2. $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 Periodic Table Atoms Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures Chemical Bonding Ions and Isotopes
  3. 3. Periodic Table: $1: Each horizontal row of the Periodic Table is known as a _________.
  4. 4. Periodic Table: Answer: Period
  5. 5. Periodic Table: $2: Each vertical column on the Periodic Table is known as a _________.
  6. 6. Periodic Table: Answer: Group (or Family)
  7. 7. Periodic Table: $5: What is the group number of Helium and Neon?
  8. 8. Periodic Table: Answer: Group 18 (The Noble Gases)
  9. 9. Periodic Table: $10: Nickel, Copper, and Gold are part of which group?
  10. 10. Periodic Table Answer: The Transition Metals
  11. 11. Periodic Table: $20: What is the group name of Group #17, and how many valence electrons does each of its elements have?
  12. 12. Periodic Table: Answer: Halogens, 7 valence electrons
  13. 13. Atoms: $1: What is the positive part of the atom? A) Electron Cloud B) Nucleus
  14. 14. Atoms: Answer: B) Nucleus
  15. 15. Atoms: $2: How do you calculate the number of neutrons in an atom?
  16. 16. Atoms: Answer: Atomic Mass – Atomic Number
  17. 17. Atoms: $5: Which subatomic particle (proton, neutron, or electron) has no mass?
  18. 18. Atoms: Answer: Electrons
  19. 19. Atoms: $10: How many electrons fit in the first three energy levels?
  20. 20. Atoms: Answer: 2, 8, 8+10
  21. 21. Atoms: $20: What makes radioactive isotopes unstable? (Why do the nuclei of these atoms break down?)
  22. 22. Atoms: Answer: There is not a stable amount of neutrons to hold the nucleus together (There are too few or too many neutrons)
  23. 23. Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures: $1: True or False: Elements are composed of 2 or more substances.
  24. 24. Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures: Answer: False
  25. 25. Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures: $2: True or False: Compounds are chemically combined, but they can be physically separated.
  26. 26. Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures: Answer: False
  27. 27. Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures: $5: What kind of change (physical or chemical) takes place when water evaporates into the air?
  28. 28. Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures: Answer: Physical Change
  29. 29. Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures: $10: What type of mixture is salt water? A) Solution B) Suspension C) Colloid
  30. 30. Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures: Answer: A) Solution
  31. 31. Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures: $20: Water is considered the “Universal ____”
  32. 32. Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures: Answer: Solvent
  33. 33. Chemical Bonding: $1: In a covalent bond, atoms _____ electrons.
  34. 34. Chemical Bonding: Answer: Share
  35. 35. Chemical Bonding: $2: In an ionic bond, electrons are __________ between atoms.
  36. 36. Chemical Bonding: Answer: transferred
  37. 37. Chemical Bonding: $5: How many valence electrons would Beryllium like to donate?
  38. 38. Chemical Bonding: Answer: 2
  39. 39. Chemical Bonding: $10: When carbon shares its valence electrons with 4 Hydrogen atoms, is this an example of an ionic bond or a covalent bond?
  40. 40. Chemical Bonding: Answer: Covalent
  41. 41. Chemical Bonding: $20: What kind of force holds positive and negative ions together?
  42. 42. Chemical Bonding: Answer: Electromagnetic force
  43. 43. Ions and Isotopes: $1: A charged particle is called a(n) ______.
  44. 44. Ions and Isotopes: Answer: Ion
  45. 45. Ions and Isotopes: $2: Isotopes have the same number of _____. A) Neutrons B) Protons C) Atomic Mass
  46. 46. Ions and Isotopes: Answer: B) Protons
  47. 47. Ions and Isotopes: $5: Carbon-12 and Carbon-14 have a different number of _______.
  48. 48. Ions and Isotopes: Answer: Neutrons
  49. 49. Ions and Isotopes: $10: Chlorine has 17 Protons, 17 Neutrons, and 17 Electrons. Is this an ion, isotope, or neutral atom?
  50. 50. Ions and Isotopes: Answer: Isotope
  51. 51. Ions and Isotopes: $20: How many electrons are in an oxygen atom with a charge of -2?
  52. 52. Ions and Isotopes: Answer: 10 electrons
  53. 53. Final Jeopardy Answer
  54. 54. Final Jeopardy Question

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