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  1. Welcome to Jeopardy! Chemistry, Antimicrobic Drugs, and Misc. Chemical Bonds Chemical Reactions Atoms & Elements Feeling lucky? Miscellaneous $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 Final Round

  2. Topic 1: Atoms and Elements$100 • The nuclei of atoms contain what 2 subatomic particles?

  3. Topic 1: Atoms and Elements$100 • The nuclei of atoms contain what 2 subatomic particles? • Answer: protons and neutrons Return to game

  4. Topic 1: Atoms and Elements$200 • The number of protons equals the number of…

  5. Topic 1: Atoms and Elements$200 • The number of protons equals the number of… • ANSWER: ELECTRONS Return to game Return to game

  6. Topic 1: Atoms and Elements$300 • The type of element is determined by…

  7. Topic 1: Atoms and Elements$300 • The type of element is determined by… • ANSWER: The number of protons Return to game Return to game

  8. Topic 1: Atoms and Elements$400 • What are the symbols of : carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus, sulfur, and hydrogen?

  9. Topic 1: Atoms and Elements$400 • What are the symbols of : carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus, sulfur, and hydrogen? ANSWER: C, O, N, P, S, H Return to game Return to game

  10. Topic 1: Atoms and Elements$500 • The outermost energy level of an atom tends to be filled. Atoms will give up, gain, or share electrons to fill this shell. Carbon and oxygen require a total of how many electrons to fill their outer shells?

  11. Topic 1: Atoms and Elements$500 • The outermost energy level of an atom tends to be filled. Atoms will give up, gain, or share electrons to fill this shell. Carbon and oxygen require a total of how many electrons to fill their outer shells? • ANSWER: 8 Return to game Return to game

  12. Topic 2: Bonds$100 • In any molecule, where is the energy located?

  13. Topic 2: Bonds$100 • In any molecule, where is the energy located? • ANWER: The chemical bonds (the attractive force holding the atoms together)

  14. Topic 2: Bonds$200 • For the element hydrogen, how many electrons are needed in the outer energy level in order to be the most stable? A) 2 B) 6 C) 8 D) 16 Return to game

  15. Topic 2: Bonds $200 • For the elements carbon and oxygen, how many electrons are needed in the outer energy level in order to be the most stable? A) 2 ANSWER B) 6 C) 8 D) 16 Return to game Return to game

  16. Topic 2: Bonds$300 • If an uncharged atom or molecule loses an electron, it will… A) Become unstable B) Also lose a proton C) Become positively charged D) Gain energy

  17. Topic 2: Bonds $300 • If an uncharged atom or molecule loses an electron, it will… A) Become unstable B) Also lose a proton C) Become positively charged ANSWER D) Gain energy Return to game

  18. Topic 2: Bonds $400 What type of bond is found in the following illustration?

  19. Topic 2: Bonds $400 What type of bond is found in the following illustration? ANSWER: IONIC BOND Return to game

  20. Topic 2: Bonds $500 Water forms what kind of bond between different water molecules (not within one water molecule).

  21. Topic 2: Bonds $500 Water forms what kind of bond between different water molecules (not within one water molecule). Answer: HYDROGEN BONDS Return to game

  22. Topic 3: Chemical Reactions$100 What is found at C) below?

  23. Topic 2: Chemical Reactions$100 What is found at C) below? ANSWER: Water Return to game

  24. Topic 3: Chemical Reactions$200 If the reaction below goes from left to right (see A) below. What type of reaction is it?

  25. Topic 3: Chemical Reactions$200 If the reaction below goes from left to right (see A) below. What type of reaction is it? Answer: Dehydration Synthesis Return to game

  26. Topic 3: Chemical Reactions$300 If the reaction below goes from right to the left(see B) below. What type of reaction is it? Return to game

  27. Topic 3: Chemical Reactions$300 If the reaction below goes from right to the left(see B) below. What type of reaction is it? Answer: Decomposition (hydrolysis) Return to game

  28. Topic 3: Chemical Reactions$400 What is the chemical formula for glucose?

  29. Topic 3: Chemical Reactions$400 What is the chemical formula for glucose? ANSWER: C6H12O6 Return to game

  30. Topic 3: Chemical Reactions$500 What type of chemical reaction occurs When 2 starting molecules react and form 2 new molecules approximately the same size as the starting molecules?

  31. Topic 3: Chemical Reactions$500 What type of chemical reaction occurs when 2 molecules react and form new molecules of approximately the same size? ANSWER: EXCHANGE REACTION Return to game

  32. Topic 4: Antimicrobic Drugs$100 Why doesn’t penicillin have a high level of toxicity for human cells (besides allergic reactions)?

  33. Topic 4: Antimicrobic Drugs$100 Why doesn’t penicillin have a high level of toxicity for human cells (besides allergic reactions)? • ANSWER: Humans don’t have cell walls Return to game

  34. Topic 4: Antimicrobic Drugs$200 What drug did Fleming discover?

  35. Topic 4: Antimicrobic Drugs$200 What drug did Fleming discover? Answer: Penicillin Return to game

  36. Topic 4: Antimicrobic Drugs$300 What type of drugs only affect a small number of different types of bacteria?

  37. Topic 4: Antimicrobic Drugs$300 What type of drugs only affect a small number of different types of bacteria? Answer: Narrow spectrum Return to game

  38. Topic 4: Antimicrobic Drugs$400 Why are drugs that affect sterols not affective against most bacteria?

  39. Topic 4: Antimicrobic Drugs$400 Why are drugs that affect sterols not affective against most bacteria? Answer: Most bacteria do not have sterols in their cell membranes. Return to game

  40. Topic 4: Antimicrobic Drugs$500 An overgrowth of normal microbiota (or of a antibiotic resistant microbe) is called a…

  41. Topic 4: Antimicrobic Drugs$500 An overgrowth of normal microbiota (or of a antibiotic resistant microbe) is called a… Answer: Superinfection Return to game

  42. Topic 5: Miscellaneous$100 An example of a drug that affects the cell wall synthesis in bacteria is…

  43. Topic 5: Miscellaneous$100 An example of a drug that affects the cell wall synthesis in bacteria is… Answer: Penicillin, Cephalosporins, Bacitracin, Vancomycin Return to game

  44. Topic 5: Miscellaneous$200 What chemical is found in Bacterial cell walls, but not in Archaea or any eukaryotic cells?

  45. Topic 5: Miscellaneous$200 What chemical is found in Bacterial cell walls, but not in Archaea or any eukaryotic cells? Answer: Peptidoglycan Return to game

  46. Topic 5: Miscellaneous$300 What structure in cells is often affected when a drug inhibits protein synthesis?

  47. Topic 5: Miscellaneous$300 What structure in cells is often affected when a drug inhibits protein synthesis? Answer: Ribosomes Return to game

  48. Topic 5: Miscellaneous$400 The ‘Cell Theory’ states that all living things except for algae are composed of cells. • True • False

  49. Topic 5: Miscellaneous$400 The ‘Cell Theory’ states that all living things except for algae are composed of cells. • True • False Answer Return to game

  50. Topic 5: Miscellaneous$500 Fungi are photosynthetic. • True • False