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DANDI BORU SCHOOL

2008/2009 FIRST QUARTER CHEMISTRY TEST 2 FOR GRADE 9

Name _________________________ Sec____ Date _________


Time allowed 40’
Part A: Write “True” if the statement is correct and “False” if it is wrong on the space
provided.(1 pt each)

_______ 1.In a balanced equation the number of molecules may not be equivalent.
_______ 2.The ratio of hydrogen to oxygen in water is 8:1.
_______ 3.The amount of product in chemical reaction depends on the limiting reactant.
_______ 4.Some times subscripts can be changed so as to balance a chemical equation.
_______ 5.Magnetization of iron is a physical change.

Part B: Choose the best answer from the given alternatives and the letter of your choice
on the space provided.(1 pt each)

_______ 6.Which of the following reaction is not endothermic?


A. KClO3 → KCl + O2 C. Na + Cl → NaCl
B. H2 + O2 → 2H2O, ∆H= +309 Kj/mol D. C6H12O6 + O2 → CO2 + H2O
_______ 7. Chemical changes
A. Involves energy changes C. do not change composition.
B. are easily reversible D.all of the above
_______ 8. The reaction 4HNO3 → 4NO2 + 2H2O + O2 is classified as
A. replacement reaction C. synthesis reaction
B. methatical reaction D.analysis reaction
_______ 9. In exothermic reactions
A. ∆H > 0 C.heat is absorbed
B. HP > HR D. HR > HP
_______10. Which of the following is a physical change?
A. overheating of sulfur C. photosynthesis
B. expansion of silver by heating D. respiration

Part C: Fill in the blank space with the correct answer .spelling and neatness will be
counted. (1 pt each)

11. The starting material in a chemical reaction is known as _________________


12. When the reaction Cr2O3 + CO→ Cr + CO2 ; is balanced the coefficient of carbon
monoxide is __________
13. The law of ________________________________ states that a given compound
always contains the same element combined in the same proportion by mass.
14. Br2 + NaI → _____ + _____.
15. When excess nitrogen is reacted with 5 moles of hydrogen _______ gram of
ammonia is produced. (Given atomic masses N=14, H=1).

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Part D: Work out the following questions.
SHOW THE STEPS CLEARLY (NEATNESS COUNTED)

1. 5.6 gram of iron and 5.6 gram of sulfur are reacted to form iron sulfide. (Given atomic
masses; Fe = 56, S= 32)
A. Calculate the mass of the product formed

B.which substance is the limiting reactant. (Support your answer by calculation)

C. How many gram of the excess reactant remains uncombined?

2. 10 gram of hydrogen reacts with excess oxygen and gives 22.5gram of water. What is
the percentage yield of water? (Atomic mass O=16, H=1)

Bonus; Sketch a graph of exothermic reaction using energy versus reaction progress.
Show the position of reactants and products clearly.(2 pt)

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“Don’t stop to hope even in the place where there is no hope
to hope” set by Solomon g.