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1 Jeopardy Lab Safety Scientific Method Chemistry Part 1 Chemistry Part 2 1 Macro molecule 2 Macro molecule

2 If you get something in your eyes, you should: a. inform the teachers b. use the eyewash immediately c. rub your eyes quickly with a tissued. d. do not do anything Answer Category

3 Broken glass should be disposed of: a. by wrapping it in newspaper and putting it into the classroom trash can b. by grinding it up in little pieces so no one will get cut c. putting it into the glass disposal box d. by treating it with a chemical that causes it to melt Answer Category

4 Which of the following is permitted in the science laboratory? a.candyb. chewing gum c. food d. bottled water e. none of these Answer Category

5 Which of the following is NOT considered a safety procedure? a. follow the directions as written b. read all the steps in your activity before doing it c. if in doubt about any part of the activity, trust your instincts d. follow your teacher’s instructions Answer Category

6 Which of the following methods is the safest way of heating liquids? a. heating the liquid in a closed container on a hot plate b. heating the liquid in an open beaker on a hot plate, while wearing goggles c. heating the liquid in a test tube, pointed towards you, over a flame d. in metal cup in a microwave Answer Category

7 Name all the variables that are kept constant across every trial A.independent B. dependent C. controlled Answer Category

8 In a lab in which different fertilizers are tested for their effect on plant growth, the fertilizers represent which variable? A. independent B. dependent C. controlled Answer Category

9 The work of scientists begins with a.creating experiments b. testing a hypothesis c. drawing conclusions d. careful observations Answer Category

10 You state the presence of water could accelerate the growth of bread mold. This is a(an) a.experimentb. analysis c. hypothesisd. conclusion Answer Category

11 The variable that is measured in response to change A.independent B. dependent C. controlled Answer Category

12 Basic unit of matter. Answer Category

13 Positively (+) charged particle in the atom. Answer Category

14 Bond formed by sharing electrons Answer Category

15 Particles involved in the bonding between/among atoms Answer Category

16 Composed of only of a single type of atom. Answer Category

17 Your uncle is making Kool-Aid to serve with lunch. He mixes up the drink by adding Kool-Aid powder to H2O. In this delicious beverage: The Kool-aid powder is this. A. solutionB. solventC. solute Answer Category

18 The atomic number of nitrogen is 7. This means that nitrogen has: Answer Category

19 The universal solvent is Answer Category

20 A substance with a pH of 1 is classified as: Answer Category

21 Why is pH so important to living things? A. because chemical reactions in the body will not function correctly B. because some organisms have adapted to living in specific pH environments C. because some organisms can sense changes in pH in their environments and act accordingly D. all of the above E. none of the above Answer Category

22 A major difference between organic and inorganic compounds is that organic compounds usually contain the element: Answer Category

23 A disaccharide is formed by: A. dehydration synthesis of two monosaccharide B. the combination of a protein and a sugar C. the breakdown of cell plasma membranes D. the hydrolysis of glucose Answer Category

24 Fats, oils and waxes are substances classified as Answer Category

25 Match each organic compound (polymer = multiple units) to its basic unit (monomer = single unit). Use each choice only once. carbohydrate A.amino acids B. monosaccharides C. Nucleotide D. 3 fatty acids + glycerol E. 2 fatty acids + glycerol + phosphate Answer Category

26 Match each organic compound (polymer = multiple units) to its basic unit (monomer = single unit). Use each choice only once. phospholipid A.amino acids B. monosaccharides C. nucleotide D. 3 fatty acids + glycerol E. 2 fatty acids + glycerol + phosphate Answer Category

27 Proteins are: A. the basic source of cellular energy B. the building blocks of nucleic acids C. made of amino acids D. the main component of plasma membranes Answer Category

28 DNA and RNA are examples of which macromolecule Answer Category

29 A chemical that turns bluish-black in the presence of a starch is A. Benedict’sB. Biuret’s C. iodineD. water Answer Category

30 Special “helper” proteins that speed chemical reactions are called Answer Category

31 Enzymes: A. lower the amount of energy needed to activate a reaction B. increase the amount of energy needed to activate a reaction C. are changed during the reaction and become part of the product D. make a reaction go more slowly Answer Category

32 b. use the eyewash immediately Return to Jeopardy Board Category

33 c. putting it into the glass disposal box Return to Jeopardy Board Category

34 d. bottled water Return to Jeopardy Board Category

35 c. if in doubt about any part of the activity, trust your instincts Return to Jeopardy Board Category

36 b. heating the liquid in an open beaker on a hot plate, while wearing goggles Return to Jeopardy Board Category

37 C. controlled Return to Jeopardy Board Category

38 A. independent Return to Jeopardy Board Category

39 d. careful observations Return to Jeopardy Board Category

40 c. hypothesis Return to Jeopardy Board Category

41 B. dependent Return to Jeopardy Board Category

42 atom Return to Jeopardy Board Category

43 proton Return to Jeopardy Board Category

44 covalent Return to Jeopardy Board Category

45 valence electron Return to Jeopardy Board Category

46 element Return to Jeopardy Board Category

47 solute Return to Jeopardy Board Category

48 seven protons Return to Jeopardy Board Category

49 water Return to Jeopardy Board Category

50 an acid Return to Jeopardy Board Category

51 all of the above Return to Jeopardy Board Category

52 Carbon Return to Jeopardy Board Category

53 dehydration synthesis of two monosaccharides Return to Jeopardy Board Category

54 Lipids Return to Jeopardy Board Category

55 monosaccharides Return to Jeopardy Board Category

56 2 fatty acids + glycerol + phosphate Return to Jeopardy Board Category

57 made of amino acids Return to Jeopardy Board Category

58 nucleic acids Return to Jeopardy Board Category

59 iodine Return to Jeopardy Board Category

60 enzymes Return to Jeopardy Board Category

61 lower the amount of energy needed to activate a reaction Return to Jeopardy Board Category


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