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Chapter 9: Chemical Reactions


__________1. Which of the following could be an indication of a chemical reaction of a
compound or element?
a. It is a solid at room temperature.
b. It melts at 63C.
c. It expands upon freezing.
d. It burns in an atmosphere
of chlorine.
___________2. In this unbalanced chemical reaction, which components are the reactants?
C7H16 + O2
CO2 + H2O
a. C7H16 and O2
b. C7H16 and CO2
c. C7H16 and H2O
d. CO2 and H2O
____________3. When Ca(OH)2 reacts with H2SO4 , what are the products.
a. Ca(OH) 2 and H2SO4
b. CaH2 and H2SO6
c. CaSO4 and H2O
d. CaO and H2SO4
Hint: This is a double-replacement reaction, positive ions switch places.
____________4. What are the products of the reaction between barium hydroxide and
hydrochloric
acid?
a. Barium chloride and water
b. Barium hydroxide and
water
c. Barium chloride and barium hydride
d. Chloric acid and barium
Hint: Write out the skeleton equation. This is a double-replacement reaction.
____________5. This symbol separates the reactants from products and means to yield.
a. +
b. (s)
c.
d. (g)
____________6. In a chemical equation, the number written in front of the chemical
formula is the
a. Reactant
b. Subscript
c. Equation
d. Coefficient
____________7. When there are exactly the same number and type of atoms on both sides
of a chemical
equation, the equation is ________________.
a. Balanced
b. Ionic
c. Synthetic
d. Decomposed
____________8. The chemical equation CaCO3 CaO + CO2 is classified as a
a. Synthesis reaction
b. Decomposition reaction
c. Single-replacement reaction
d. Double-replacement reaction
____________9. In the combustion reaction of propane (C3H8) with oxygen gas, what are
the products?
a. C3H8 and O2 b. C3H8 and CO2
c. O2
and H2O
d. H2O
and CO2
___________10. The major physical indicator(s) of a combustion reaction is

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a. heat and light b. a color change c. formation of a precipitate d. absorbs


energy
___________11. A balanced chemical equation is a direct representation of the
a. Law of conservation of momentum
b. Law of conservation
of energy
c. Law of conservation of mass
d. Ideal gas law

___________12. First balance the equation.Then, determine what is the coefficient for
hydrogen fluoride?
___SiO2
+
___HF

SiF4
+
___H2O
a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. 4
___________13. Use the following balanced equation. Which one of the following
statements is false?
2H2 + O2 2H2O
a. One molecule of O2 will react with 2 molecules of H2
b. One molecule of O2 will produce 2 molecules of H2O.
c. Two molecules of H2 will produce two molecules of H2O.
d. Two molecules of H2 will produce one molecule of H2O.
___________14. The chemical equation H2 + O2 2H2O represents a
a. Synthesis reaction.
b. Decomposition reaction.
c. Singlereplacement reaction.
d. Combustion
e. both a and d
___________15. The balanced chemical equation
represents a
a. Synthesis reaction.
c. Single-replacement reaction.

Zn + 2HCl 2 + ZnCl2
b. Decomposition reaction.
d. Double-replacement reaction.

___________ 16. The statement Hon, gotta BrIFCl? means


a. You are asking your girlfriend if you can touch her inappropriately
b. I asked my wife if she wants to do the nasty tonight
c. You are asking a girl on Stewart Avenue if she has an S.T.D.
d. There are seven elements that exist as diatomic molecules, write the
names of the seven on the blank.
___________ 17. In order to balance a chemical equation this is one thing you can NEVER
EVER do
a. leave it the way it is already
b. change the coefficient
c. change the subscript
d. put a yield sign between the reactants
and products
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___________ 18. In a double replacement reaction between an acid and a base, what will
be the products?
a. a stronger acid but a weaker base
b. sugar and salt
c. salt and water
d. carbon dioxide and water
____________19. In the following single replacement reaction, what will be the products?
Al +
Mg3 (PO4)2
????????? + ?????????
Hint: Look at the Activity Series of metals on your cheat sheet.
a. Al PO4 + Mg
b. Al2 Mg3 + PO4
c. Al3 P3 + MgO
d. No Reaction
___________ 20. The symbol aq means
a. the astrological sign aquarius
b. advanced question
c. dissolved in water

d. add to quotient
e. none of the above

__________ 21. In the following equation, which of the products will be a precipitate?
2NaOH (aq) + CuCl2 (aq)
2NaCl (?) + Cu(OH)2 (?)
a. NaOH
b. Cu(OH)2
c. CuCl2
d. NaCl
Hint: Use the solubility rules for double replacement reactions.

__________ 22. In the following equation, one of the products will be ________.
H2 SO4 + Ba(OH)2
????? + ???????
a. water
b. a salt
c. carbon dioxide
d. No Reaction
e.
either a or b
Hint: This is a type of double replacement called a neutralization reaction
__________ 23. During cellular respiration, what is the gas produced and exhaled?
a. O2
b. H2
c. CO2
d. CO
e. N2
_________ 24. In the process of changing a word equation into a balanced chemical
equation, the first step is to
a. add coefficients to all of the reactants
b. write an unbalanced skeleton equation
c. see if my HON has a BrIFCl
d. change all of the products subscripts
__________ 25. In some combustion reactions, in order to balance the oxygen atoms on
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a. double the coefficients in front of all products and reactants so there will
be an even number
b. change the subscript in front of the hydrocarbon to simplify the process
c. remove the O2 molecules from the reactant side of the equation
d. start all over because you forgot to multiply the subscript by the coefficient

BALANCING PROBLEMS
PART I
Add the appropriate coefficient to balance the following chemical equations.
1.

___ C6 H14 + ___O2

2.

___CaCl2

3.

___ S8

4.

___CH4

5.

___ Fe2 O3

+ ___ KBrO3

___CO2

+ ___H2O

___Ca(BrO3) 2 + ___KCl

+ ___Cu ___Cu2S
+ ___ F2

___ CHF3

+ ___HF

+ ___CO ___ Fe ___ CO2

PART II

Write and balance each of the following equations.


1. Hydrogen gas and oxygen gas combine to form water.
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2. Butane gas (C4H10) reacts with oxygen gas to form carbon dioxide and water.
3. Azomethane (C2H6N2) decomposes to form ethane (C2H6) and nitrogen gas.
4. Iron reacts with sulfuric acid ( H2SO4 ) to form iron (II) sulfate (FeSO4) and hydrogen gas.
5. Barium hydroxide reacts with hydrochloric acid to form water and barium chloride.
6. Hydrogen gas reacts with nitrogen gas to produce ammonia gas.
7. Carbon disulfide reacts with oxygen gas to produce carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide gases.
8. Solid manganese dioxide reacts with hydrochloric acid to produce manganese(II) chloride, liquid water and
chlorine gas.

PART III
In the following Single Replacement reactions, predict whether the reaction will take
place. If it will take place (look at the Activity Series of Metals & Nonmetals) then
complete the equation and balance it. If the reaction will not take place, then write N. R.
to the right of the yield sign, indicating that no reaction will take place
1. ___ F2

+ ___KI

2. ___Cu + ___Fe SO4


3. ___ Ag + ___ CaNO3
4. ___ Cl2

+ ___LiBr

5. ___Ni + ___ SnCl2

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PART IV

In the following Double Replacement reactions, use the solubility rules for common
compounds to determine which of the two products will be either dissolved in water
(soluble- aqueous); a gas; a liquid (water); or a precipitate. Use the following symbols:
(aq): aqueous; (g): gas; (l): liquid; (p): precipitate.
1. CaI2 (aq) + (NH4)3PO4 (aq) Ca3(PO4) 2 (
2. H2SO4(aq) + Ba(OH)2 (aq) BaSO4 (
3. H2S(g) + Pb(NO3) 2 PbS (
4. HCl (aq) + NaHCO3 (aq)
H2CO3 (aq )

) + NH4I (

) + HOH (

) + HNO3 (

H2CO3 (aq)
H2O (

) + LiC2H3O2 (

CHEMISTRY TEST (CHAPTER 10)


ANSWER SHEET
MULTIPLE CHOICE
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+ NaCl ( ? )

) + CO2 (

5. LiNO3 (aq) + AgC2H3O2 (aq) AgNO3 (

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BALANCING PROBLEMS
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