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Jeopardy. Vocab 1. Vocab 2. States of Matter. Comparing Substances. Mass & Volume. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $500. Q $500. Q $500.

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Jeopardy

Vocab 1

Vocab 2

States of

Matter

Comparing

Substances

Mass &

Volume

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Final Jeopardy


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$100 Question from C1

Smoke from a fire is an example

Of this.


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$100 Answer from C1

What is Matter (gas)?

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$200 Question from C1

This defines the weight of a camera.


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What is the pull of gravity on the

camera?

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$300 Question from C1

This defines an atom.


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What is the smallest unit of matter?

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$400 Question from C1

Two oxygen atoms joined to a carbon

atom is an example of this.


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What is a molecule?

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$500 Question from C1

Iron is an element which means

iron contains this.


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What is only a single type of atom?

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$100 Question from C2

Substance that has a fixed volume but not a fixed shape.


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What is a liquid?

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$200 Question from C2

Substance that results when two or more

different types of atoms bond together.


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What is a compound?

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$300 Question from C2

Particle made up of two or more

atoms bonded together.


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What is a molecule?

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$400 Question from C2

Combination of different substances

that remain the same individual substances

and can be separated by physical means.


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What is a mixture?

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$500 Question from C2

Substance that has a definite volume and

a definite shape.


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What is a solid?

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$100 Question from C3

The atoms that make up a gas can move,

which is true of which other state(s) of

matter.


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$100 Answer from C3

What is liquids and solids?

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$200 Question from C3

A drop of melted wax falls onto a table.

It cools and becomes solid. This is how

it is different now that it is a solid.


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$200 Answer from C3

What is it has a fixed shape?

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$300 Question from C3

Gas molecules apply more pressure against

their container when this happens.


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$300 Answer from C3

What is temperature is increased (or

volume is decreased)?

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$400 Question from C3

Using the following terms to describe a

drop of water: atoms, molecule, elements,

liquid, and pure matter.


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$400 Answer from C3

What is: Water is made of the elements

hydrogen and oxygen. A molecule of water

forms when two atoms of hydrogen combine

with one atom of oxygen. Water that

contains only H2O molecules is pure matter.

When water is in its liquid state, atoms glide

past one another, allowing the water to take

the shape of its container?

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$500 Question from C3

  • If you were told the particles in A are in a gas state, you would expect the particles in B to be in this state. Explain


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  • What is B probably contains

  • gases because the particles are

  • about as far apart as they are in A.

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$100 Question from C4

The volume of a box that is 5 cm wide,

5 cm long, and 1 cm high.


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What is 25 cm3?

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$200 Question from C4

The container in which the particles are

moving.


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What are all three? Particles are always

in motion.

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$300 Question from C4

  • The container(s) that have pure substance(s) and the those that have mixtures.


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$300 Answer from C4

What are A and C are pure. They have

either a single type of atom or compound.

B is a mixture. It has two different

compounds?

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$400 Question from C4

  • The substance in container C is most likely to be this. Explain.


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$400 Answer from C4

What is an solid? The particles are close

together and in a regular pattern.

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$500 Question from C4

  • The container that holds only one element and the name of the element.


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What is C; carbon?

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$100 Question from C5

  • The difference in mass between 1 L of Gasoline and 1 L of honey.


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$100 Answer from C5

What is 700 grams?

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$200 Question from C5

  • The mass of 4 L of milk?


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$200 Answer from C5

What is 4412 grams?

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$300 Question from C5

  • A full bottle of corn oil has a volume of 1.5L. This is the mass of the oil.


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$300 Answer from C5

What is 1395.5 g?

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$400 Question from C5

The mass of 1.5 L of water.


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What is 1500 g?

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$500 Question from C5

  • The mass of 2 L of Honey.


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What is 2,800 g?

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Final Jeopardy

Compare and contrast equal masses of frozen water, liquid water, and water vapor using these terms: states of matter, movement of atoms, volume, shape, and substance.


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Final Jeopardy Answer

  • What is: Frozen water, liquid water, and water vapor are the

  • same in that each is a substance made of water molecules. These

  • substances differ in that they are different states of matter. Frozen

  • water, or ice, has a fixed volume and shape. The atoms in ice are

  • close together but are able to vibrate in place. Liquid water has a

  • fixed volume but not a fixed shape. The atoms in liquid water are

  • close together like those in ice, but the atoms in liquid water can

  • slide over one another. Water vapor is a gas that has no fixed

  • volume or shape. The molecules that make up water vapor are

  • not close together and can move easily in all directions?


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