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Jeopardy
Biology
Chapter 3
Select a Category
Sugar &
Chemical
Compounds
Atomic
Structure
Fats and
Proteins
Energy and
Reactions
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Carbon Compounds & Sugar
All compounds that contain
the element carbon are
classified as this.
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Carbon Compounds & Sugar
What are organic
compounds?
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Carbon Compounds & Sugar
The chemical name of
C6H12O6 is an example of a
monosaccharide.
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Carbon Compounds & Sugar
What is glucose?
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Carbon Compounds & Sugar
Polysaccharides are also
commonly known as these.
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Carbon Compounds & Sugar
What are starches?
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Carbon Compounds & Sugar
The coefficients that balance
this carbon containing
compound.
_O2 +_ C6H12O6  _CO2 + _H2O
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Carbon Compounds & Sugar
What are 6, 1, 6, 6
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Carbon Compounds & Sugar
Adding water to a dipeptide
or any other chemical
reaction allows it to
undergo this process.
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Carbon Compounds & Sugar
What is hydrolysis?
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Atomic Structure
An atom that has a
different number of
neutrons is called this.
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Atomic Structure
What is an isotope?
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Atomic Structure
These small negatively
charged particles are
buzzing around the outside
of an atom.
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Atomic Structure
What are electrons?
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Atomic Structure
An atom that loses three
electrons will have this
overall charge.
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Atomic Structure
What is a 3+ charge?
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Atomic Structure
Carbon atoms that share
electrons form these type
of bonds.
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Atomic Structure
What are covalent bonds?
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Atomic Structure
Oxygen that is added to
iron allows the molecules
to undergo this type of
change.
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Atomic Structure
What is a chemical change?
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Fats and Proteins
These carbon containing
compounds help to build
muscle fibers, hair and
fingernails.
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Fats and Proteins
What are proteins?
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Fats and Proteins
These carbon compounds are
composed of high numbers of
Carbon and Hydrogen atoms,
but very few Oxygen atoms.
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Fats and Proteins
What are fats or lipids?
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Fats and Proteins
These types of fats have
double bonds between the
carbon atoms.
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Fats and Proteins
What are unsaturated fats?
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Fats and Proteins
These are the 4 specific
elements that represent a
fat. (one element has two)
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Fats and Proteins
What are –COOH?
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Fats and Proteins
The basic building blocks of
proteins are these.
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Fats and Proteins
What are amino acids?
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Energy and Reactions
Energy that is stored is
called this.
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Energy and Reactions
What is potential energy?
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Energy and Reactions
These chemical proteins
allow a reaction to get
started faster and easier.
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Energy and Reactions
What are enzymes?
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Energy and Reactions
The amount of energy
needed to get a reaction
started.
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Energy and Reactions
What is activation energy?
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Energy and Reactions
Energy that is in motion is
called this.
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Energy and Reactions
What is kinetic energy?
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Energy and Reactions
Energy that transfers
forms but is always equal
on each side of the
chemical equation best
describes this law.
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Energy and Reactions
What is the Law of
Conservation of Energy?
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