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REVIEW MATERIAL FOR NCAE Chemistry A.Y. 2010-2011 1.

Greg prepares a solution by adding some green crystals to water in a beaker, then stirring while the crystals dissolve. Consider the following observations: A. The water becomes green. B. Crystals disappear from the bottom of the beaker. C. The beaker and its contents become heavier as stirring continues. C. The color of the solution becomes darker. Which of those listed above are likely to be observed by the student? a. A and B only c. A, B, and D only b. C and D only d. A, B, C, and D 2. Which property of a pure substance is similar to that of a solution? a. constant boiling point c. fixed composition b. sharp melting point d. Homogeniety 3. Which is an extrinsic property? a. density c. boiling point b. weight d. color 4. Which of the following turns blue litmus paper to red? a. soap solution c. distilled water b. vinegar d. ethyl alcohol 5. What state of matter is inside the sun and the stars? a. solid c. gas b. liquid d. plasma 6. Which statement about colloids is true? a. Colloids contain particles bigger than those is solution and suspension. b. Colloids contain particles that do not settle due to Brownian movement. c. A ray of light is not deflected when it hits a colloid due to its small size. d. None of the Above 7. Which mixture is best separated by simple distillation? a. Mixture of two insoluble liquids. b. Mixture of a liquid and a soluble liquid. c. Mixture of a liquid and an insoluble solid. d. Mixture of two soluble liquids. 8. Which of the following statements about isotopes of hydrogen is correct? a. They have the same number of protons. b. They have the same number of neutrons. c. They have different numbers of electrons. d. they have different atomic number. 9. Which of the following best describes a neutron? a. It has a negative charge. b. Its mass is much greater than the proton. c. It is found in the nucleus. d. the number of neutrons is called the mass number.

temperature b. If L and N were to form a compound. J and M b. neutrons d. density 18. [ Ne]3s 3d d. [ Ne]3s23f3 11. J and N 13. An element with an atomic number of 15 ha the electron configuration. 37Rb c. A covalent bond would be expected to form between elements a. LN d. mass c. innermost electron b. K and N d. None of the Above 21. LN3 15. At constant pressure. Boyle’s law 22. number of molecule b. protons c. During chemical reaction. volume d. J : 1s1 K : 1s2s21 L : 1s22s22p3 M : 1s2 N : 1s22s2sp5 12. increase d. LN2 c. Definite Proportion 16. the volume will a. Dalton’s Law c. Boyle’s law states that the pressure of a gas is inversely proportional to its a. Conservation of Mass c. Which of the following has the smallest value of the first ionization energy? a. a. Graham’s law b. the reactants are changed to its products due to the rearrangement of a. [ Ne]3s23p3 c. molar mass c. diluted c. volume d. [ Ne]2d5 2 3 b. L and N c. Conservation of Energy d. 7N b. the temperature of a gas is directly proportional to its a. J and J 14. refer to the following electron configurations of neutral atoms.10. outermost electron 17. the pressure stays the same d. If a gas volume is doubled but the temperature remains constant a. supersaturated . 29Cu d. J and K b. K and N d. A solution in which the rates of dissolving and crystallizing are equal is a. Multiple Proportion b. A balanced chemical equation demonstrates the law of a. If the air inside a balloon is heated. saturated b. What pair of elements would likely form an ionic bond? a. decreases c. 55Cs For questions 12 to 15. the molecules move slower b. The fact that a balloon filled with He will deflate more slowly than one filled with H2 can be explained by a. the molecules move faster c. unsaturated d. remain the same 20. what would be the resulting formula? a. increase slightly then decrease b. L2N b. Avogadro’s law d. L and N c. density 19.

23. b. 0. reacting particle with high energy 27. 3 b. an effective collision between reacting particles b. Isotopes have the same number of ____________________. decreasing the concentration of the reactants c. Which solution is the most concentrated? a. applying pressure into the solution d. supersaturating the solution 26. electron and neutron b. It is an extrinsic property. 29. Which of the following would decrease the rate in which a solid dissolves in a liquid? a. cooling the reaction mixture b. it is always equal to the heat capacity. Which of the following is an example of intrinsic property? a. How many significant numbers are in 6.0 g of ethanol (C2H5OH) in 122.205 c. protons and neutrons d. 15 g salt dissolved in 18 ml of H2O d. 0. mass c. Which of the following is an example of Chemical Change? a. 20 g salt dissolved in 25 ml of H2O c. 2 c. a bond that forms in a product particles d. expansion of a balloon 30. compound b. 10 g of salt dissolved in 20 g of H2O 25. 6 g salt dissolved in 5 g of H2O b. protons and neutrons c. What is the mole fraction of ethanol in the solution? a. In order for a chemical reaction to occur. increasing the temperature of an exothermic reaction b. a. breaking of glass b. heterogeneous . a bond that breaks in a reactant particle c. a.35 cm? a. 0. decreasing the surface area of the reactant d. Sodium chloride is dissolved in water as given in the choices. d. 0. formation of clouds d. size b. c. muriatic acid 34. element d. 1 32. adding a catalyst to the reaction mixture 28.302 b. it is the heat capacity per mole of a substance. 0 d. Which of the following statements on specific heat is true? a. table salt d. boiling point d. there must always be a. table sugar b. decay of plants b. thickness 31.0 g solution.70 24. It is equal to zero when the heat capacity is zero.432 d. homogeneous c. electron and nucleons 33. grinding the solid into smaller pieces c. An aqueous solution contains 64. Coffee is an example of a/an _______________. Which is not a compound? a. Which change would most likely increase the rate of a chemical reaction? a. air c.

electrical ductility c. Which of the following is not a characteristic of a solid? a. pizza pie d. metallic luster b. insulators 38. What is the smallest particle of matter? a. sugar mixed with water c. has definite shape c. has the highest density b. solution c. sandwich b. starch in water d. has definite volume d. Which of the following is a homogeneous mixture? a. ductile d. a. glue c. compounds b. It can be decomposed or broken into their constituent elements by chemical means is called ___________. compound 36. nonmetals 39. sand & gravel 37.35. syrup 40. element b. has definite shape but no definite volume . atom d. elements d. metals c. mud in water b. Which is an example of colloids? a. Which is not a true about metals? a.