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Jeopardy CompoundsChemical Bonds Chemical Formulas Ionic v. Covalent Miscell- aneous Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from C1 The parts of atoms that combine to form different compounds with different properties.
$100 Answer from C1 What are electron clouds? Back to Jeopardy
$200 Question from C1 This is the type of compound that dissolves easily in water and the solution conducts electricity.
$200 Answer from C1 What is an ionic compound? Back to Jeopardy
$300 Question from C1 Compounds often have different properties from those of the:
$300 Answer from C1 What are elements that make up the compound? Back to Jeopardy
$400 Question from C1 The ratio of carbon atoms to oxygen atoms in the compound with the chemical formula CO 2.
$400 Answer from C1 What is 1:2? Back to Jeopardy
$500 Question from C1 Different compounds can be composed of:
$500 Answer from C1 Back to Jeopardy What are the same elements in different ratios?
$100 Question from C2 This happens to electrons when atoms bond.
$100 Answer from C2 What are shared or transferred? Back to Jeopardy
$200 Question from C2 These are chemical bonds that form from the attraction of negative and positive ions.
$200 Answer from C2 What are ionic bonds? Back to Jeopardy
$300 Question from C2 This is what happens between atoms in covalent and polar covalent compounds.
$300 Answer from C2 What is electrons are shared? Back to Jeopardy
$400 Question from C2 In order to form an oxygen(O 2 ) molecule, this must happen.
$400 Answer from C2 What is one atom is joined to another by a covalent bond? Back to Jeopardy
$500 Question from C2 This is how carbon can have different forms.
$500 Answer from C2 What is because of different bonds? Back to Jeopardy
$100 Question from C3 The chemical formula for propane is C 3 H 8. This is what the subscripts tell you.
$100 Answer from C3 What are three atoms of carbon and eight atoms of hydrogen? Back to Jeopardy
$200 Question from C3 This is what a chemical formula is.
$200 Answer from C3 What is symbols and subscripts that tell the type and ratio of atoms in a compound? Back to Jeopardy
$300 Question from C3 The chemical formula for calcium cyanamide is CaCN2. This is the ratio of Calcium (Ca) to Carbon (C) to Nitrogen (N).
$300 Answer from C3 What is 1:1:2? Back to Jeopardy
$400 Question from C3 The chemical formula for glucose is C 6 H 12 O 6. These are the elements that make up the compound.
$400 Answer from C3 What are Carbon, Hydrogen, and Oxygen? Back to Jeopardy
$500 Question from C3 In the following chemical formulas, these are the list of elements and the number of atoms of each element: MgF 2 NaCl H 2 O 2
$500 Answer from C3 Back to Jeopardy What are: MgF 2 : Magnesium (1) Fluorine (2) NaCl: Sodium (1) Chlorine (1) H 2 O 2 : Hydrogen (2) Oxygen (2)?
$100 Question from C4 Form between two or more nonmetals.
$100 Answer from C4 What is covalent bond? Back to Jeopardy
$200 Question from C4 Form substances with low melting points.
$200 Answer from C4 What is covalent bond? Back to Jeopardy
$300 Question from C4 Transfer electrons.
$300 Answer from C4 What is ionic bond? Back to Jeopardy
$400 Question from C4 Share electrons.
$400 Answer from C4 What are covalent bonds? Back to Jeopardy
$500 Question from C4 This is a Lewis Dot Structure of H 2 O.
$500 Answer from C4 What is H:O: H Back to Jeopardy
$100 Question from C5 This determines the properties of a compound.
$100 Answer from C5 What is the atoms of the elements in the compound and how they are arranged? Back to Jeopardy
$200 Question from C5 This makes metals easy to form into different shapes.
$200 Answer from C5 What is electrons move easily among atoms of metals? Back to Jeopardy
$300 Question from C5 This is common to ionic compounds.
$300 Answer from C5 What is a regular crystal structure? Back to Jeopardy
$400 Question from C5 This kind of compound exists as Individual molecules.
$400 Answer from C5 What is a covalent compound? Back to Jeopardy
$500 Question from C5 This is the Lewis Electron Dot Structure of CH 4.
$500 Answer from C5 H What is H:C:H? H Back to Jeopardy
Final Jeopardy This is the Lewis Electron Dot Structure of the following atoms and compounds: H Mg O Cl Ar KCl Cl 2 HCl
Final Jeopardy Answer What is: See Board and notes HOClAr Mg KCl Cl 2 HCl
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