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Name: __________________________

Date: __________

Year Level/Course :________________



P E R!
Test I – Identification
Objective : To assess the student’s ability to analyze the exam
based on the previous lesson.
Direction: Fill out the space provided before each number with the
correct answer.
: 2 points each
Ml. L.
: 90 %


_____ 1. A Greek word meaning “The Black

_________________ 2. He developed the 1st pharmacopeia.
_________________ 3. Father of Modern Chemistry.
_________________ 4. branch of science that deals with the study
of matter.
_________________ 5. The earliest metals during the Earliest time
to 300 B.C.
_________________ 6.
_________________ 7.
_________________ 8.
_________________ 9.
_________________ 10. Famous names during the earliest time to
300 B.C.
_________________ 11.
_________________ 12.
_________________ 13.
_________________ 14. The greatest Chemist who invented
filtration & sublimation.
_________________ 15. Started the making of drugs & medicines in
the laboratory.

Branch of chemistry that deals with the processes of living organisms. _________________ 17. Chemical properties c. mixtures d. mixtures d. This can be observed & measured without changing the composition of the matter. a. ---------------------------. Made up of only one type of atom: a. _________________ 20. Boiling d. pure substances 3. These are not uniform in composition & contain two or more different substances: a. Properties in chemistry refer to qualities or distinguishing characteristics of a substance used in its identification & description. : 1 point each M. compounds c. Intrinsic properties d. Test II – Multiple Choice Objective : To develop student’s critical thinking ability in the selection to the right answer. pure substances 2. elements b. water 6._________________ 16. The Father of Modern periodic Table. _________________ 19. hardness b. These are the tendencies of a substance to change or form another substance: . Branch of chemistry that studies the chemical effect of high – energy radiation on substances. True b. Branch of chemistry that deals with the use of chemical techniques in the study of nuclear reactions. Color c. Extrinsic properties 5. Direction: Encircle the letter of the correct answer.L. false 4. Physical properties b. a. compounds c.18. Examples of physical properties are the following EXCEPT: a. Wrote a book entitled “ The Skeptical Chemist”. : 90% 1. elements b.

Volume c. Chemical change b. odor 9. density 12. Water 11. volatile . Solid b. Melting of sugar c. decay b. Volume c. Shape b. Condition when the molecules are loose & less compact: a. Inertia d. Intrinsic properties d. color 10. Extrinsic properties 8. Liquid c. Condition of matter where the molecules are compact: a. Weight d. /the following are the following are the general properties of matter EXCEPT: a. Physical change c. Evaporation d. Liquid c. Examples of intrinsic properties are the following EXCEPT: a. Volume c. Examples of physical changes are the following EXCEPT: a. Intrinsic properties d. Size c. Weight b. Refers to the inherent characteristics of the substance & depend on the kind or quality of the material itself: a. Mass d. Plasma 19. false 15. Souring c. There are three chemical changes in matter: a. The types of liquids are the following EXCEPT: a. Fluids c. Chemical properties b. chemical properties b. Water 13. It is the total number of molecules found in the body: a. Refers to the space that matter occupies: a. mass b. Density d. Inertia d. Physical properties c. Inertia d. powdering 17. Evaporation d none of the above 18. Mass b. Decay b. The total pull of gravity upon a give mass: a. None of the above 16. Volume b. Gas d. Electrical change d. Color b. It result in the disappearance of substances & formation of new ones: a. True b. Taste c. Examples of chemical changes are the following EXCEPT: a. Gas d. Mass c. Extrinsic 7. Solid b. Physical properties c. Plasma 20. Mass 14. The following are examples of extrinsic properties EXCEPT a.a.

fluorescent b. Non-volatile 23. Amorphous d. None of the above 26. Non. Viscous b. Law of Definite Composition or law of Definite Proportion 27. inertia b. John Dalton c. There are 9 forms of energy: a. Write P for pure substance & M for mixture on the before each number. Kinetic energy b. Mechanical energy c. Air without clouds . Law of Conversion of matter b. Lighting c. Energgy of motion: a. Fluids c. false 29. Fluids c. Energy involved in doing work by mechanical appliance or machines: a. Sun d. The following are examples where plasma are to be found EXCEPT: a. Substance that flows freely: a.volatile 24. Joseph Proust d. Heat energy d. Fluids c. Joseph Proust formulated the: a. Volatile d. Volatile d.b. Non-volatile 22. Antoine Lavosier b. Inertia Test III – Identify the following materials whether pure substance or a mixture. /Antoine Lavosier b. Robert Boyle c. Law of Conversion of energy c. Easy to convert to gas or vapor: a. Corn oil ___________ 2. viscous 21. Substances which are glutinous & less resistance to flow: a. Robert Koch d. Law of Multiple Proportion was started by: a. Volatile d. Salt ________ 6. Robert Koch 28. electrical energy 30. Viscous b. True b. Gas 25. The law of Conversion of Matter was formulated by: a. (10 points) _________ 1. Heat energy d. Kinetic c. Viscous b. Water ________ 7.

Halo-halo ___________ 5. Beach sand 10. Oxygen 9. Salt solution vinegar ________ ________ ________ 8.___________ 3. Gold ___________ 4. White .