Transcript Test #2 Jeopardy
Ethanol Metabolism BAC Alcohol Detection 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 Final Spectrophotometry Miscellaneous Answer 1-1 This SYSTEM is responsible for metabolizing alcohol in the body. Question 1-1 What is the digestive system? Answer 1-2 This percentage of ingested alcohol remains unchanged and leaves the body via breath, sweat and urine. Question 1-2 What is 10%? Answer 1-3 Ultimately, ethanol is broken down to these two substances in the body. Question 1-3 What is carbon dioxide and water? Answer 1-4 Most of the alcohol that is ingested passes into the blood through this part of the digestive system. Question 1-4 What is the small intestine? Answer 1-5 This is the organ where most of the alcohol that is ingested is metabolized Question 1-5 What is the liver? Answer 2-1 Commercial drivers have this legal BAC limit. Question 2-1 What is 0.04%? Answer 2-2 This is what BAC stands for. Question 2-2 What is blood alcohol content? DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE Answer 2-3 This factor contributes to different BAC levels in men and women. Question 2-3 What is water weight? Answer 2-4 This is the average rate of removal of BAC per hour. Question 2-4 What is 0.015%? Answer 2-5 Besides the volume and percent alcohol, this factor is used to calculate BAC. Question 2-5 What is body weight? Answer 3-1 This is the color that is produced in a Breathalyzer test that is positive for alcohol. Question 3-1 What is green? Answer 3-2 This device uses infrared spectroscopy to detect the presence of ethanol. Question 3-2 What is the Intoxilyzer? Answer 3-3 When ethanol is absent in a Breathalyzer test, the chemical reagents remain this color. Question 3-3 What is orange? Answer 3-4 A measurable electrical current is produced in this device when ethanol is present. Question 3-4 What is an Alcosenor? Answer 3-5 This is the chemical that is used in a Breathalyzer test to detect the presence of ethanol. Question 3-5 What is dichromate? Answer 4-1 This component of a spectrophotometer splits light into many different colors. Question 4-1 What is a prism (or grating)? Answer 4-2 This amount of light is transmitted through a sample if 68% of the light is absorbed by the same sample. Question 4-2 What is 32%? Answer 4-3 This is what is detected in a spectrophotometer. Question 4-3 What is light that is transmitted through a sample? Answer 4-4 This is the color that we see when red, green and blue light is shined on an object and red and blue light are absorbed by the object. Question 4-4 What is green? Answer 4-5 These are used to create a graph so that the concentration of unknown samples of alcohol can be determined. Question 4-5 What are standards? Answer 5-1 This is what the acronym DUI stands for. Question 5-1 What is driving under the influence? Answer 5-2 This is the BAC level at which it is difficult for someone to perform two tasks at the same time. Question 5-2 What is 0.02%? Answer 5-3 This word describes the relationship between BAC and crash risk. Question 5-3 What is direct? Answer 5-4 This is the specific type of alcohol that people drink. Question 5-4 What is ethanol? Answer 5-5 This is the chemical group that distinguishes alcohols from other chemicals. Question 5-5 What is hydroxyl or (OH)? Final Jeopardy Answer David Zurfluh tried to eat this to evade a DUI charge. Final Jeopardy Question What is his underwear?