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2 Jeopardy start

3 Ionic Compounds

4 Covalent Compounds

5 Ions

6 Naming Ionic Compounds

7 Naming Covalent Compounds

8 Miscellaneous

9 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Game board Ionic Compounds Covalent Compounds Ions Naming Ionic Compounds Naming Covalent Compounds Misc.

10 1-100 The strong attractive force between two oppositely charged ions.

11 1-100A What is an ionic bond ?

12 1-200 The ratio a magnesium and iodide ion would combine in.

13 1-200A What is 1:2?

14 1-300 Ionic compounds have _______ melting and boiling points.

15 1-300A What is high?

16 1-400 The well organized structure of repeating ions of opposite charges in all directions.

17 1-400A What is a crystal (lattice)?

18 1-500 The ratio calcium and nitride would combine in.

19 1-500A What is 3:2?

20 Two nonmetals sharing electrons.

21 2-100A What is a covalent bond?

22 2-200 The state of matter covalent compounds are typically at room temperature.

23 2-200A What is gas?

24 2-300 The force between particles of a substance.

25 2-300A What is an interparticle force?

26 2-400 When three pairs of electrons are shared between two nonmetals.

27 2-400A What is a triple bond?

28 2-500 The smallest unit of a covalent compound.

29 2-500A What is a molecule?

30 An atom or group of atoms that have a charge because of the loss or gain of electrons.

31 3-100A What is an ion?

32 3-200 The charge of a sodium ion.

33 3-200A What is +1?

34 3-300 The charge of phosphide.

35 3-300A What is -3?

36 3-400 This rule says that an atom becomes stable by having eight electrons in its outer shell.

37 3-400A What is the octet rule?

38 3-500 The complete electron configuration of sulfide (not noble gas short cut).

39 3-500A What is 1s 2 2s 2 2p 6 3s 2 3p 6 ?

40 LiF.

41 4-100A What is Lithium Fluoride?

42 4-200 Chromium (III) Fluoride.

43 4-200A What is CrF 3 ?

44 4-300 Calcium Sulfate.

45 4-300A What is CaSO 4 ?

46 4-400 Cu(NO 3 ) 2.

47 4-400A What is Copper (II) Nitrate?

48 4-500 Ammonium Phosphate.

49 4-500A What is (NH 4 ) 3 PO 4 ?

50 H 2 O.

51 5-100A What is Dihydrogen Monoxide?

52 5-200 Sulfur Trifluoride.

53 5-200A What is SF 3 ?

54 5-300 C 3 Br 5.

55 5-300A What is Tricarbon Pentabromide?

56 5-400 SeCl 6.

57 5-400A What is Selenium Hexachloride?

58 5-500 N 7 I 10.

59 5-500A What is Heptanitrogen Decaiodide?

60 This type of compound has a metal in it.

61 6-100A What are ionic compounds?

62 6-200 Between ionic and covalent compounds, this type has the lower melting point.

63 6-200A What are covalent compounds?

64 6-300 When an atom loses an electron, it becomes this type of ion.

65 6-300A What is a cation/positive ion?

66 6-400 The alkaline earth metals form this charge as ions.

67 6-400A What is +2?

68 6-500 The prefix for 9 atoms.

69 6-500A What is “nona”?

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71 Divide the following into two lists: one for ionic and one for covalent compounds. Then name them. PCl 5 ZnCl 2 NH 4 FC 2 O 3

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73 Ionic: ZnCl 2 – Zinc chloride NH 4 F – Ammonium fluoride Covalent: PCl 5 – Phosphorus Pentachloride C 2 O 3 – Dicarbon trioxide

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75 Daily Double Round 1


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