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# Jeopardy

Jeopardy. Rules. Answers must be in the form of a question. Only one person per group may raise their hand per question. Challenging Alex (me) will be a bad decision and make you cry when you lose 1000 points. Keep the commotion to a minimum between questions, I wont repeat.

## Jeopardy

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1. Jeopardy

2. Rules • Answers must be in the form of a question. • Only one person per group may raise their hand per question. • Challenging Alex (me) will be a bad decision and make you cry when you lose 1000 points. • Keep the commotion to a minimum between questions, I wont repeat. • Incorrect answers will cost you points, correct answers will earn you points.

3. Periodic Trends Periodic Table Mixed Bag Lewis Dot Groups 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

4. Periodic Trends - 100 • This trend measures ½ the diameter between the nuclei of two identical atoms.

6. Periodic Trends - 200 • This is the trend of atomic radius as you go across period 3, starting with Na.

7. Periodic Trends - 200 • Answer: What is decreases

8. Periodic Trends - 300 • This phenomenon explains why first ionization energy decreases down a group.

9. Periodic Trends - 300 • Answer: What is shielding

10. Periodic Trends - 400 • This element has the largest electronegativity

11. Periodic Trends – 400 • What is Fluorine

12. Periodic Trends - 500 • These types of ions have larger radii than their atomic counterpart

13. Periodic Trends - 500 • What are anions

14. Lewis Dot - 100 • The dots in the Lewis Dot structure represent these.

15. Lewis Dot - 100 • What are valence electrons

16. Lewis Dot - 200 • A stable atom will have this many valence electrons.

17. Lewis Dot - 200 • What is 8

18. Lewis Dot - 300 • This is the Lewis Dot structure of an atom of Nitrogen.

19. Lewis Dot - 300

20. Lewis Dot - 400 • This is the Lewis Dot structure of an atom of Iodine.

21. Lewis Dot - 400

22. Lewis Dot - 500 • This would be the Lewis Dot structure of an ion of Na with a charge of +1.

23. Lewis Dot - 500 • Answer: • G or no dots.

24. Groups - 100 • This group is composed of elements that are all soft silvery solids at room temperature and form ions with a charge of +1.

25. Groups - 100 • What are the alkali metals.

26. Groups - 200 • The elements from this group are the most reactive nonmetals.

27. Groups - 200 • What are the Halogens

28. Groups – 300 • This group of elements are non-reactive gases.

29. Groups - 300 • What are the Noble Gases

30. Groups – 400 • This metal often forms blue or green colored compounds because it is an example of a transition metal.

31. Groups - 400 • What is Copper

32. Groups - 500 • These elements are sometimes called inert.

33. Groups - 500 • What are the Noble Gases.

34. Periodic Table – 100 • These metals all have very high melting points and form ions with a charge of +2.

35. Periodic Table - 100 • What are the alkaline earth metals.

36. Periodic Table - 200 • This nonmetal is a reddish liquid at room temperature.

37. Periodic Table - 200 • What is bromine

38. Periodic Table - 300 • This metal is a silvery liquid at room temperature.

39. Periodic Table - 300 • What is mercury.

40. Periodic Table – 400 • This element is a solid at room temperature but can sublime.

41. Periodic Table – 400 • What is iodine

42. Periodic Table – 500 • These two elements are exceptions to the octet rule

43. Periodic Table - 500 • What are H and He.

44. Mixed Bag – 100 • Elements that share this in common all have valence electrons in the same energy level.

45. Mixed Bag - 100 • What is period number

46. Mixed Bag - 200 • This property measures an atoms desire/draw for electrons.

47. Mixed Bag - 200 • What is electronegativity

48. Mixed Bag - 300 • This element is considered an noble gas with only two valence electrons.

49. Mixed Bag - 300 • What is He

50. Mixed Bag – 400 • This element was the unknown in the Emission Spectra lab.

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