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Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Compounds

Chemical

Bonds

Chemical

Formulas

Types of

Structures

Miscell-

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Final Jeopardy


100 question from c1

$100 Question from C1

The parts of atoms that combine to form

different compounds with different

properties.


100 answer from c1

$100 Answer from C1

What are electron clouds?

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200 question from c1

$200 Question from C1

This is the type of compound that dissolves

easily in water and the solution conducts

electricity.


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$200 Answer from C1

What is an ionic compound?

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300 question from c1

$300 Question from C1

These elements are found in all

Silicates.


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$300 Answer from C1

What are Silicon and Oxygen?

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400 question from c1

$400 Question from C1

This element is in anhydrite (CaSO4)and

also in olivine (Mg2SiO4)


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$400 Answer from C1

What is (O) Oxygen?

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500 question from c1

$500 Question from C1

The compounds in the table that contain sulfur.


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$500 Answer from C1

What are Anhydrite and Pyrite?

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100 question from c2

$100 Question from C2

This happens to electrons when atoms bond.


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$100 Answer from C2

What are shared or transferred?

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200 question from c2

$200 Question from C2

These are chemical bonds that form from

the attraction of negative and positive ions.


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What are ionic bonds?

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300 question from c2

$300 Question from C2

This is what happens between atoms in

covalent and polar covalent compounds.


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$300 Answer from C2

What is electrons are shared?

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400 question from c2

$400 Question from C2

In order to form an oxygen(O2) molecule,

this must happen.


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$400 Answer from C2

What is one atom is joined to another

by a covalent bond?

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500 question from c2

$500 Question from C2

This is how carbon can have different

forms.


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$500 Answer from C2

What is because of different bonds?

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100 question from c3

$100 Question from C3

The chemical formula for propane is C3H8.

This is what the subscripts tell you.


100 answer from c3

$100 Answer from C3

What are three atoms of carbon and

eight atoms of hydroden?

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200 question from c3

$200 Question from C3

This is the ratio of sodium atoms to

chlorine atoms in halite minerals (NaCl)?


200 answer from c3

$200 Answer from C3

What is 1:1?

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300 question from c3

$300 Question from C3

The ratio of the atoms in

feldspar (KAlSi3O8).


300 answer from c3

$300 Answer from C3

What is 1:1:3:8?

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400 question from c3

$400 Question from C3

This is how you know that sulfur is

the negative ion in the compound

pyrite (FeS2).


400 answer from c3

$400 Answer from C3

What is: pyrite belongs to the sulfides.

Sulfur has to be its negative ion.

You name a negative ion by dropping

the last part of an element’s name and

adding -ide?

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500 question from c3

$500 Question from C3

Methane’s chemical formula is CH4. Propane’s chemical formula is C3H8. This is what we know is probably true about the two compounds and about the elements that make them?


500 answer from c3

$500 Answer from C3

What is: Methane is a compound made of one atom of carbon and four atoms of hydrogen. Propane is a compound made of three atoms of carbon and eight atoms of hydrogen. Both compounds are made from carbon and hydrogen. Their properties are different from one another and from the properties of the elements that make up each compound?

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100 question from c4

$100 Question from C4

The chemical formula

for benzene (Carbon little circles and Hydrogen big circles).


100 answer from c4

$100 Answer from C4

What is C6H6?

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200 question from c4

$200 Question from C4

  • This is the ratio of nitrogen (the large circle) to hydrogen (the smaller circles) in the compound ammonia.


200 answer from c4

$200 Answer from C4

What is 1:3?

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300 question from c4

$300 Question from C4

This is how you know that hydrogen is a molecule


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$300 Answer from C4

What is: a molecule is a group of atoms

joined by covalent bonds. Since both

atoms in the picture are the same, they

must share electrons. That means they are

joined by covalent bonds, and hydrogen is

a molecule?

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400 question from c4

$400 Question from C4

Potassium iodide is this kind of compound.


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$400 Answer from C4

What is a ionic compound?

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500 question from c4

$500 Question from C4

This is a Lewis Dot Structure of H2O.


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$500 Answer from C4

What is H:O:

H

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100 question from c5

$100 Question from C5

This determines the properties of a compound.


100 answer from c5

$100 Answer from C5

What is the atoms of the elements in the

compound and how they are arranged?

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200 question from c5

$200 Question from C5

This makes metals easy to form into

different shapes.


200 answer from c5

$200 Answer from C5

What is electrons move easily

among atoms of metals?

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300 question from c5

$300 Question from C5

This is how metallic bonds, ionic bonds, and covalent bonds are alike, different. Use the terms electron cloud, transfer, share, and molecule in your response.


300 answer from c5

$300 Answer from C5

What is: chemical bonds form when electrons in the electron clouds of two or more atoms interact. Ionic bonds form when atoms transfer electrons. Covalent bonds form when atoms share electron pairs. Covalent bonds form individual molecules. Metallic bonds are bonds in which metal atoms share electrons equally in all directions?

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400 question from c5

$400 Question from C5

Description of two characteristic properties

of each of the following compounds:

compounds with metallic bonds, compounds

with ionic bonds, and compounds with

covalent bonds


400 answer from c5

$400 Answer from C5

What are: Metallic bonds make metals melt

at high temperatures and conduct electricity.

Ionic compounds have extremely high melting

and boiling points and often dissolve easily in

water. Covalent compounds often melt at

relatively low temperatures, stay intact in water,

and will not conduct an electric current and

that ionic compounds will conduct a current

when in solution?

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500 question from c5

$500 Question from C5

This is the Lewis Electron Dot

Structure of CH4.


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$500 Answer from C5

H

What is H:C:H?

H

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Final jeopardy

Final Jeopardy

This is the atom count, Lewis Electron Dot Structure, type of bond, and model of NaOH.


Final jeopardy answer

Final Jeopardy Answer

  • What is: 1 atom of Na, 1 atom of O, and 1

  • atom of H. They form an ionic bond and the

  • Lewis Electron Dot Structure is

  • + -

  • Na:O:H and the model ?


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