$100 Question from C1 Smoke from a fire is an example Of this.
$100 Answer from C1 What is Matter (gas)? Back to Jeopardy
$200 Question from C1 This defines the weight of a camera.
$200 Answer from C1 What is the pull of gravity on the camera? Back to Jeopardy
$300 Question from C1 This defines an atom.
$300 Answer from C1 What is the smallest unit of matter? Back to Jeopardy
$400 Question from C1 Two oxygen atoms joined to a carbon atom is an example of this.
$400 Answer from C1 What is a molecule? Back to Jeopardy
$500 Question from C1 Iron is an element which means iron contains this.
$500 Answer from C1 What is only a single type of atom? Back to Jeopardy
$100 Question from C2 Substance that has a fixed volume but not a fixed shape.
$100 Answer from C2 What is a liquid? Back to Jeopardy
$200 Question from C2 Substance that results when two or more different types of atoms bond together.
$200 Answer from C2 What is a compound? Back to Jeopardy
$300 Question from C2 Particle made up of two or more atoms bonded together.
$300 Answer from C2 What is a molecule? Back to Jeopardy
$400 Question from C2 Combination of different substances that remain the same individual substances and can be separated by physical means.
$400 Answer from C2 What is a mixture? Back to Jeopardy
$500 Question from C2 Substance that has a definite volume and a definite shape.
$500 Answer from C2 What is a solid? Back to Jeopardy
$100 Question from C3 The atoms that make up a gas can move, which is true of which other state(s) of matter.
$100 Answer from C3 What is liquids and solids? Back to Jeopardy
$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.
$200 Answer from C3 What is it has a fixed shape? Back to Jeopardy
$300 Question from C3 Gas molecules apply more pressure against their container when this happens.
$300 Answer from C3 What is temperature is increased (or volume is decreased)? Back to Jeopardy
$400 Question from C3 Using the following terms to describe a drop of water: atoms, molecule, elements, liquid, and pure matter.
$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 H 2 O 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? Back to Jeopardy
$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
$500 Answer from C3 Back to Jeopardy 1.What is B probably contains gases because the particles are about as far apart as they are in A.
$100 Question from C4 The volume of a box that is 5 cm wide, 5 cm long, and 1 cm high.
$100 Answer from C4 What is 25 cm 3 ? Back to Jeopardy
$200 Question from C4 The container in which the particles are moving.
$200 Answer from C4 What are all three? Particles are always in motion. Back to Jeopardy
$300 Question from C4 The container(s) that have pure substance(s) and the those that have mixtures.
$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? Back to Jeopardy
$400 Question from C4 The substance in container C is most likely to be this. Explain.
$400 Answer from C4 What is an solid? The particles are close together and in a regular pattern. Back to Jeopardy
$500 Question from C4 The container that holds only one element and the name of the element.
$500 Answer from C4 What is C; carbon? Back to Jeopardy
$100 Question from C5 The difference in mass between 1 L of Gasoline and 1 L of honey.
$100 Answer from C5 What is 700 grams? Back to Jeopardy
$200 Question from C5 The mass of 4 L of milk?
$200 Answer from C5 What is 4412 grams? Back to Jeopardy
$300 Question from C5 A full bottle of corn oil has a volume of 1.5L. This is the mass of the oil.
$300 Answer from C5 What is g? Back to Jeopardy
$400 Question from C5 The mass of 1.5 L of water.
$400 Answer from C5 What is 1500 g? Back to Jeopardy
$500 Question from C5 The mass of 2 L of Honey.
$500 Answer from C5 What is 2,800 g? Back to Jeopardy
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.
Final Jeopardy Answer 1. 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?