Test #2 Jeopardy

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Ethanol
Metabolism
BAC
Alcohol
Detection
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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?