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3.2   Bimodal Questions 1) When ice melts, the change that takes place is ________. A) fusion B) evaporation C) an exothermic process D) a chemical change E) a physical change 2) A temperature of 54.0 °C is ________°F. A) 97.2 B) 65.2 C) 129.2 D) 62.0 E) 35.6 3) A temperature of 85 °F is ________K. A) 29 B) 188 C) 394 D) 358 E) 302 4) A kilojoule.
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5.5   Short Answer Questions Write the electron configuration for the atom shown. 1) sodium 2) chlorine 3) argon 4) sulfur 5) magnesium 6) phosphorus 7) The p block elements consist of the elements in which groups? 8) The halogen with the highest ionization energy is ________. 9) The number of electrons in the 3p sublevel of silicon is ________. 10)  The.
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21) Which of the following is a chemical change? A) cutting a rope B) bending a steel rod C) making a snowman D) burning sugar E) melting gold 22) Which of the following is a physical change? A) baking a cake B) dry ice subliming C) fermenting grapes to produce wine D) digesting a meal E) a tomato ripening 23) Which is.
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5.3   Matching Questions Match the following. A) s sublevel J) p orbital B) p sublevel K) d sublevel C) calcium L) kilohertz D) f sublevel M) ν E) ultraviolet light N) carbon F) visible light O) λ G) bromine P) s orbital H) neon Q) iron I) megahertz 1) radiation of frequency 700 nm to 400 nm 2) symbol for wavelength 3) symbol for frequency 4) 106 Hertz 5) A spherically shaped orbital 6).
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41) Silicon is an example of an element that is ________. A) ductile B) a semiconductor C) less dense than water D) usable in coins E) usable in gunpowder 42) Germanium is an example of a(n) ________. A) metalloid B) alkali metal C) nonmetal D) noble gas E) transition element 43) Germanium is an example of a(n) ________. A) semiconductor B) conductor C) halogen D) liquid E).
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51) The correct formula for dinitrogen trioxide is ________. A) NO3 B) N2O3 C) N2O2 D) N3O2 E) N2O 52) The formula for sulfur dichloride is ________. A) SCl2 B) S2Cl2 C) S2Cl D) S4Cl2 E) SCl 53) The name of the compound BF3 is ________. A) boron fluoride B) monoboron trifluoride C) boron trifluoride D) monoboronfluoride E).
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11) Most organic compounds are not flammable. 12) The alkane octane has eight carbons atoms. 13) The condensed structural formula of ethane is CH3?CH3. 14) Octane is a seven carbon continuous chain alkane. 15) Organic compounds are always highly water soluble. 16) Most organic compounds are flammable. 17) Organic liquids are often less dense than water. Page.
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6.5   Short Answer Questions 1) Write the formula for calcium iodide. 2) Write the name of MgCO3. 3) Write the name of CuSO4. 4) What is the name of K3PO4? 5) What is the name of LiCl? 6) What is the name of Cr2O3? 7) What is the name of NiCO3? 8) NaHCO3 is called ________. 9) Al2O3 is.
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3.4   True/False Questions 1) Fat has a higher caloric value than protein. 2) Ice melting is a chemical change. 3) Oxidation of iron in the air is a chemical change. 4) When a marshmallow is toasted over an open fire, the brown, charred surface shows evidence of a chemical change in the sugar in.
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21) The electron configuration of an atom shows A) the number of isotopes possible. B) a description of the shape of each electron energy level. C) the number of electrons in each electron energy level. D) a diagram of an atomic nucleus. E) the maximum number of electrons each electron energy level can hold. 22) What.
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6.4   True/False Questions 1) Chlorine has an ionic charge of -1. 2) Calcium has an ionic charge of +1. 3) Chromium forms more than one positive ion. 4) The formula of nitrogen tribromide is NBr3. 5) The name of  Al2(SO4)3 is aluminum(II) sulfate. 6) The ion of aluminum is Al3-. 7) The name of FeS is.
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31) Iron(III) sulfite has this formula. A) Fe(SO3)3 B) (Fe)2SO3 C) Fe2SO3 D) Fe2(SO3)3 E) (Fe)3(SO3)3 32) Copper(I) chloride has the following formula. A) CuCl B) Cu2Cl2 C) CuCl2 D) Cu2Cl E) Cu2Cl4 33) Lead(II) iodide has the following formula. A) Pb2I2 B) PbI2 C) Pb2I D) Pb2I3 E) PbI 34) Gold(III) bromide has the following correct formula. A) Au3Br3 B) AuBr C) Au3Br D) AuBr3 E) Au3Br2 35) The correct name for CaSO4.
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4.1   Multiple Choice Questions Select the correct symbol for the element named. 1) aluminum A) Al B) Am C) Au D) Sn E) Ag 2) iron A) Ir B) Fs C) Fe D) In E) FE 3) sodium A) So B) Na C) No D) Sm E) Au 4) potassium A) P B) Po C) Pt D) K E) Ko 5) silver A) S B) Si C) Ag D) Au E) AG 6) Ca is the symbol for.
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4.4   True/False Questions 1) Sulfur is a non-metal. 2) Iodine is a metal. 3) Chromium is a metal. 4) Radon is a metal. 5) Mercury is a metal. 6) Hydrogen is an alkali metal. 7) Non-metals are poor conductors of electricity. 8) Metals are good conductors of electricity. 9) Semiconductors are usually metalloids. 10) Electrons have an electrical charge of.
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41) A group of covalently bonded atoms that has an overall electrical charge is called a(n) ________. A) ionic compound B) anion C) polyatomic ion D) cation E) molecule 42) What is the correct name of BaSO4? A) barium(I) sulfide B) barium(II) sulfate C) barium sulfide D) barium sulfate E) barium(I) sulfate 43) In a molecule with covalent bonding, A) oppositely charged ions.
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4.5   Short Answer Questions 1) The number of elements that occur in nature is ________. 2) A sample of matter that consists of only one type of atom is classified as a(n) ________. 3) The correct elemental symbol for tin is ________. 4) The correct elemental symbol for mercury is ________. 5) The term for.
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3.3   Matching Questions Match the state of matter with each of the following descriptions of a substance. A) solid B) liquid C) gas 1) This substance has a definite shape and volume. 2) This substance has a definite volume but indefinite shape. 3) This substance completely fills its container. 4) Water at room temperature. Identify each of the.
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11) Gold(I) iodide has the following formula. 12) The formula for barium chloride is ________. 13) N2O is called ________. 14) P2O5 is called ________. 15) The formula for nitrogen trichloride is ________. 16) The formula for carbon disulfide is ________. 17) The formula for carbon tetrabromide is ________. 18) A hydrocarbon contains only the elements ________.
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11) Cl 12) O 13) Al 14) K Match the chemical name with the correct formula. A) MgSO4 B) Mg(HSO4)2 C) Mg(HSO3)2 D) MgS E) MgSO3 15) magnesium sulfate 16) magnesium hydrogen sulfate 17) magnesium sulfide 18) magnesium sulfite 19) magnesium hydrogen sulfite Match the property or formula with organic or inorganic. A) organic B) inorganic 20) NaCl Page 1 .
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5.2   Bimodal Questions 1) Electromagnetic radiation normally travels in the form of ________. A) beats B) circles C) waves D) cycles E) seconds 2) The number of electromagnetic waves that travel past a certain point in a given time is the ________ of the radiation. A) frequency B) wavelength C) speed D) color E) count 3) the symbol for the frequency of electromagnetic.
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31) The abbreviated electron configuration for a boron atom (Atomic number = 5) is ________. A) 1s2 2s2 2p6 B) [Ne]2s2 2p1 C) 1s2 2s2 2p1 D) [H]2s2 2p1 E) [He]2s2 2p1 32) The abbreviated electron configuration for the sulfur atom is ________. A) [Ar] 3s2 3p4 B) [S] 3s2 3p4 C) [He] 3s2 3p4 D) [Ne] 3s2 3p4 E) [Ne].
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3.1   Multiple Choice Questions 1) A pure substance is matter that consists of matter with a composition that ________. A) is fixed in a definite proportion at all times B) varies according to the amount of water present C) depends on the temperature D) always contains oxygen E) always contains two or more substances 2) Compounds are.
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4.2   Bimodal Questions 1) The primary substances of which all other substances are composed are ________. A) molecules B) compounds C) elements D) electrons E) protons 2) Au is the symbol for ________. A) gold B) silver C) argon D) aluminum E) sodium 3) The smallest particle of an element that retains the characteristics of the element is a(n) ________. A) electron B) neutron C) proton D).
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41) When an electric oven is used, electrical energy is converted to ________ energy. A) heat B) magnetic C) solar D) radiant E) potential 42) Global warming is believed to result from all of the following except ________. A) burning of fossil fuels B) increasing levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere C) deforestation D).
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5.1   Multiple Choice Questions 1) The smallest particle of light is called a ________. A) frequency B) packet C) photon D) wavelength E) velocity 2) The visible light spectrum covers the wavelength range ________. A) 400 to 700 nm B) 250 to 400 nm C) 700 to 900 nm D) 900 to 1400 nm E) 1400 to 2000 nm 3) All electromagnetic radiation.
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11) The correct formula for the compound formed from Mg and S is ________. A) MgS B) MgS2 C) Mg2S D) Mg2S2 E) Mg2S3 12) The name of CCl4 is ________. A) carbon tetrachloride B) carbonyl chloride C) carbon chloride D) carbon chlorine E) chloroform 13) What is the name of the compound NO2? A) nitrogen oxide B) nitroxide C) nitrogen dioxide D) nitrate E) nitrite 14) Name.
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6.3   Matching Questions Match the correct name of the polyatomic ions with the formulas given. A) bisulfite B) sulfite C) phosphate D) sulfate E) carbonate F) nitrite G) phosphite H) carbonite I) bicarbonate J) hydroxide K) oxide L) nitrate M) bisulfate 1) NO3- 2) CO32- 3) SO42- 4) SO32- 5) PO43- 6) NO2- 7) HCO3- 8) HSO4- 9) OH- Give the correct charge for ions of the following elements. A) 0 B) 1+ C) 2- D) 2+ E) 1- F).
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4.3   Matching Questions Do the following represent elements in a group, a period, or neither? A) neither B) period C) group 1) Li, Na, K 2) Li, C, F 3) F, S, P 4) O, S, Se 5) He, H, I Match the correct symbols with the names of elements. A) Ca B) C C) Cu D) Cl E) Co 6) calcium 7) copper 8) carbon 9) chlorine 10) cobalt Page.
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11) Which of the following elements is a metal? A) nitrogen B) fluorine C) argon D) strontium E) phosphorus 12) The element in this list with chemical properties similar to magnesium is ________. A) sodium B) boron C) carbon D) strontium E) chlorine 13) Identify the noble gas in the following list. A) helium B) nitrogen C) oxygen D) gold E) chlorine 14) Which of the following.
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5.4   True/False Questions 1) The symbol for the wavelength of electromagnetic radiation is λ. 2) The symbol for the frequency of electromagnetic radiation is λ. 3) The shortest wavelength of visible light is violet light. 4) Ultraviolet radiation has lower energy than visible radiation. 5) Infrared radiation has lower energy than visible radiation. 6) Ultraviolet light.
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21) The correct name for FeS is ________. A) iron(II) sulfate B) iron(III) sulfite C) iron(II) sulfide D) ferric sulfide E) ferrous sulfite 22) The correct name for SnCl2 is ________. A) tin chloride B) tin(II) chloride C) tin(IV) chloride D) antimony(II) chloride E) antimony dichloride 23) According to the octet rule, sulfide ions should have a charge of ________. A) 6+ B) 8+.
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