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Welcome to the University of Pittsburgh 's General Chemistry Jeopardy Games Game 1 Single Jeopardy Only Final Exam Review (from: Keck, J. Chem. Ed. , 2000 , 77 , 483) Game 2 Single Jeopardy Only More Final Exam Review (from: Keck, J. Chem. Ed. , 2000 , 77 , 483) Formulas & Stoichiometry, Ions & Formulas, Units & Measures, Intermolecular Forces, Reactions in Aqueous Solution, Gases and Gas Laws Game 3 Single Jeopardy Only Even more Final Exam Review (from: Keck, J. Chem. Ed. , 2000 , 77 , 483) Game 4 Single Jeopardy Only Acids and Bases (Prof. L. Kogut, Univ. of Pittsburgh): Arrhenius, Bronsted, Lewis, Strengths, pH, Potpourri Game 5 Single Jeopardy Only History of Chemistry (Prof. L. Kogut, Univ. of Pittsburgh): Gases, Radiations, Atomic Theory, Quantum Theory, Radioactivity, Potpourri Game 6 Single Jeopardy Only Atoms and Ions
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Unformatted text preview: (Prof. L. Kogut, Univ. of Pittsburgh): Radius, Electronic Configurations, Oxidation State, Polyatomic Ions, Periodic Behavior, Potpourri Game 7 Single Jeopardy Only Review of Basics (Prof. L. Kogut, Univ. of Pittsburgh): Units, Significant Figures, Nomenclature, Quick Calcs, Electrolytes, Potpourri Game 8 Single Jeopardy Only Bonding (Prof. L. Kogut, Univ. of Pittsburgh): Bonding/Attraction; Lewis Rules; Lewis Models; Hybridization; Formal Charge, Molecular Geometry Game 9 Single Jeopardy Only Solids, Liquids, and Solutions (Prof. L. Kogut, Univ. of Pittsburgh): Solids, Calculations, Physical Properties, Intermolecular Forces, Concentrations, Potpourri Game 10 Single Jeopardy Only Thermochemistry (Prof. L. Kogut, Univ. of Pittsburgh): Calculations, Calorimetry, Concepts & Units, Definitions & Conversions, Enthalpy, Potpourri Instructions for Building Your Own Version Click here to send us an e-mail message. Last updated: 05/24/02...
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This note was uploaded on 07/15/2009 for the course CHE 131 taught by Professor Kerber during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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