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General Chemistry Jeopardy Game 1
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Naming ions and compounds Ions and Compounds Reactions The Periodic Table Formulas and Equations
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Two or more compounds that have the same molecular formula but different arrangements of atoms are called?
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Two or more compounds that have the same molecular formula but different arrangements of atoms are called?
Isomers
What is the name of the following polyatomic anion with a minus 1 charge? ClO3
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What is the name of the following polyatomic anion with a minus 1 charge? ClO3
chlorate
A 6-member hydrocarbon ring containing only single bonds is called?
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A 6-member hydrocarbon ring containing only single bonds is called?
cyclohexane
Name the following compound. Ca(HCO3)2
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Name the following compound. Ca(HCO3)2
Calcium hydrogen carbonate
Name the following compound. CH3CH2OH
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Name the following compound. CH3CH2OH
ethanol
Organic compounds always contain?
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Organic compounds always contain?
carbon
What is the molecular formula for Dinitrogen pentoxide?
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What is the molecular formula for Dinitrogen pentoxide?
N2O5
Substances that conduct electricity when dissolved in water are called?
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Substances that conduct electricity when dissolved in water are called?
electrolytes
What is the formula for the compound created from magnesium and oxygen?
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What is the formula for the compound created from magnesium and oxygen?
MgO
What are the two likely oxidative states for copper?
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What are the two likely oxidative states for copper?
+1 and +2
In the reaction H2 (g) + Cl2 (g) forms 2 HCl (g), the symbol (g) indicates what?
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In the reaction H2 (g) + Cl2 (g) forms 2 HCl (g), the symbol (g) indicates what?
the physical state of the reactants and products, in this case gases
How many molecules are in a mole of sugar?
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How many molecules are in a mole of sugar?
6.022 EE23
Iron and molecular chlorine react to form iron chloride (assume an oxidative environment). What is the formula for the product?
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Iron and molecular chlorine react to form iron chloride (assume an oxidative environment). What is the formula for the product?
FeCl3
In the balanced equation for the reaction of pentane and molecular oxygen, what are the coefficients for the products CO2 and H2O?
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In the balanced equation for the reaction of pentane and molecular oxygen, what are the coefficients for the products CO2 and H2O?
5 CO2 and 6 H2O
Hydrogen and oxygen react to form water. If a mixture containing 100 grams of each is ignited, which is the limiting reagent?
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Hydrogen and oxygen react to form water. If a mixture containing 100 grams of each is ignited, which is the limiting reagent?
oxygen
Group 1 elements are called?
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Group 1 elements are called?
Alkali metals
What are the 2 principle elements in the Earth's crust?
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What are the 2 principle elements in the Earth's crust?
silicon and oxygen
What are the 4 building block elements in the human body?
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What are the 4 building block elements in the human body?
hydrogen, oxygen, carbon, and nitrogen
What is the block of elements in periodic table that is most likely to have elements forming variable charges on their cations?
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What is the block of elements in periodic table that is most likely to have elements forming variable charges on their cations?
Transition elements
Where on the peridic table would you be likely to find a gas whose molecules consis of single atoms?
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Where on the peridic table would you be likely to find a gas whose molecules consis of single atoms?
The noble gases, or Group 8 or the right side
Formulas such as CH3CH2OH that show how the atoms are grouped together are called?
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Formulas such as CH3CH2OH that show how the atoms are grouped together are called?
Condensed formulas
A distinctive grouping of atoms that characterizes an organic molecule is a?
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A distinctive grouping of atoms that characterizes an organic molecule is a?
functional group
What is the molar mass of CaCO3?
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What is the molar mass of CaCO3?
100g/mole
How many moles are in 46.1g NH4Cl?
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How many moles are in 46.1g NH4Cl?
0.862 moles
What is the percent by mass of sodium in table salt?
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What is the percent by mass of sodium in table salt?
39.35%
A compound containing only carbon and hydrogen is burned and produces 1.481 g CO2 and 0.303 g H2O? What is its empirical formula?
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A compound containing only carbon and hydrogen is burned and produces 1.481 g CO2 and 0.303 g H2O? What is its empirical formula?
C1H1 or CH




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