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Chemistry 1 Unit 1 – Sample Test

Directions: For each statement or question, circle the answer that best completes the statement or answers the question. 2A. CLASSIFYING MATTER 1. Which of the following is NOT matter? A. Sodium Metal B. Heat C. Koolaid D. Liquid Nitrogen 2. What types of matter are pure substances? A. Homogenous mixtures B. Compounds C. Elements D. Both B and C 3. Which of the following substances is NOT a pure substance? A. Gatorade B. Water (H2O) C. Liquid Nitrogen (N2) D. Sodium Metal (Na) 4. Which of the following substances can be considered as a molecule, but not a compound? A. Br2 B. CO2 C. K D. NH4 5. Which of the following ice creams is not a homogenous mixture? A. Vanilla Ice Cream B. Chocolate Ice Cream C. Cookie Dough Ice Cream D. They’re all homogeneous mixtures 6. Which of the following is NOT an element? A. Liquid Nitrogen (N2) B. Potassium Metal (Na) C. Oxygen Gas (O2) D. Water (H2O) 7. Jeromica received “chemical X”. She observed that it was a clear liquid and light could travel right through the glass. What type of matter could “chemical X” be? A. Element B. Compound C. Homogenous Mixture D. All of the above 2A. ATOMIC MODELS

8. Which of the following statements is true about the model above? A. It is pure. B. It is impure. C. It is an element D. It is a compound.

9. Write the chemical formula for the diagram above. __________________________________ 10. What type of matter is the molecule in question 8? A. Element B. Compound C. Heterogeneous mixture D. Homogeneous mixture

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Chemistry 1 Unit 1 – Sample Test 16. Given the volume and mass of an object, what equation would you use to solve for density? A. D = M/V B. D = V/M C. M = D/V D. M = V/D 17. Which equation is solved for mass? A. D = M/V B. M = D x V C. V = M/D D. None of the above 18. If the volume of an object is constant, then what could be done to increase the density? A. Increase the volume B. Decrease the volume C. Increase the mass D. Decrease the mass 19. If the mass of an object is constant, then what could be done to decrease the density? A. Increase the volume B. Decrease the volume C. Increase the mass D. Decrease the mass 20. If I have 16.02 grams of Sulfur that takes up 8cm3, then what is Sulfur’s density? A. 2 g/cm3 B. 32 g/cm3 C. .5 g/cm3 D. Impossible to determine. 21. If the density of Bromine is 3.1 g/cm3 and the volume is 2cm3, then approximately what is its mass? A. 6 g B. .66 g C. .33g D. Impossible to determine.

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2H2O and O2

12. How many molecules are in the following compound 3H2O? A. Two B. Six C. Three D. One 13. How many total H atoms are in the following molecules 3H2O? A. Two B. Six C. Three D. One

14. What best explains the diagram above. A. The diagram is a gaseous mixture. B. The diagram is a solid mixture. C. The diagram is a gaseous compound. D. The diagram is a solid compound. 2A. PROPERTIES OF MATTER 15. What is the basic unit for mass? A. g B. cm3 C. g/cm3 D. lbs

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Chemistry 1 Unit 1 – Sample Test C. Liquid -> Solid -> Gas D. Solid -> Gas -> Liquid 29. Which of the following statements if FALSE? A. In gases, atoms have the most amount of internal energy. B. In gases, atoms have the least amount of molecular motion. C. In gas, atoms are the furthest apart. D. In gases, if cooled quick enough atoms can form a solid. 2A. PHASE CHANGES 30. In class we saw that plastic melts and then turns back into a solid in the water. What phase changes occurred during this experiment? A. Freezing B. Melting C. Boiling D. Both A and B 31. Dry Ice is frozen CO2 that when exposed to room temperature turns straight into gas. What phase change occurs with dry ice? A. Sublimation B. Condensation C. Deposition D. Freezing 32. What phase change occurs if I walk outside and the water in the air turns to liquid on my glasses? A. Sublimation B. Condensation C. Deposition D. Freezing 33. Which of the following pairs is incorrectly matched? A. Deposition: clouds turning to snow B. Condensation: clouds turning to rain C. Sublimation: Ice turning to water vapor D. Freezing: Candles melting

22. If I have 16.02 grams of Sodium that has a density of 0.968g/cm3, then approximately what is the volume? A. 32 cm3 B. 1/16 cm3 C. 16 cm3 D. Impossible to determine 23. What is the volume and shape of a tree? A. Definite volume; Indefinite Shape B. Indefinite volume; Definite Shape C. Definite volume; Definite Shape D. Indefinite volume; Indefinite Shape 24. What is the volume and shape of blood? A. Definite volume; Indefinite Shape B. Indefinite volume; Definite Shape C. Definite volume; Definite Shape D. Indefinite volume; Indefinite Shape 25. What is the volume and shape of a gas? A. Definite volume; Indefinite Shape B. Indefinite volume; Definite Shape C. Definite volume; Definite Shape D. Indefinite volume; Indefinite Shape 2A. MATTER IN MOTION 26. If I heat up a liquid what will happen to the atoms in the liquid? A. The will lose internal energy B. The will gain more density C. They will lose molecular motion. D. They will gain more internal energy. 27. In what order are the states of mater increasing molecular motion? A. Gas -> Liquid -> Solid B. Solid -> Liquid -> Gas C. Liquid -> Solid -> Gas D. Solid -> Gas -> Liquid 28. In what order are the states of mater decreasing internal energy? A. Gas -> Liquid -> Solid B. Solid -> Liquid -> Gas

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Chemistry 1 Unit 1 – Sample Test

Below is the uniform heating of a molecule. Use the graph below to answer the questions 24-26.

38. What phase change occurs from c to A A. Sublimation B. Deposition C. Condensation D. No phase change occurs 39. What phase exist when a substance on
the line from point d to c A. Solid B. Liquid C. Gas D. B and C

34. What phase change occurs from a to b? A. Melting B. Freezing C. Condensation D. No Phase Change occurs 35. What phase change occurs from d to e A. Boiling B. Melting C. Condensation D. No phase change occurs 36. At which points does the internal
energy of the molecules increase? A. A to B B. C to D C. D to E D. Both A and B are correct

40. What phase exists when a substance is
at point D A. Solid B. Liquid C. Gas D. All of the above

37. What phase change occurs from a to b? A. Melting B. Freezing C. Condensation D. No Phase Change occurs

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