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REVIEW QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS

1. Arrange the proton, neutron and electron in increasing mass.
a. proton < electron < neutron
< proton
b. electron < proton < neutron
proton

c. electron < neutron
d. neutron <electron <

2. In Rutherford’s experiment, which of the following is true?
a. The proton is evenly distributed in the nucleus of an atom.
b. The atom is almost an empty space.
c. The nucleus contains proton, neutron and electron.
d. All of the above.
3. He was able to determine the mass to charge ratio of an electron.
a. Joseph John Thompson
b. Wilhelm Konrad Rontgen

c. Henry Antoine Becquerel
d. Ernest Rutherford

4. The sum of the number of protons, neutron and electrons of a zinc
ion,Zn+2 is
a. 94

b. 92

c. 95

d. 93

5. Atoms with the same atomic number but different mass number is
called
a. isobars
isoelectronic

b. isotopes

c. isotherms

d.

6. The atomic weight of chlorine is 35.45 and its naturally occurring
isotopes are Cl-35 and
Cl-37. What is the percentage abundance of Cl-35?
a. 95.8%

b. 98.7%

c. 77.5%

d. 75.0%

7. The region in space where an electron is most likely to be found is
called
a. orbital

b. energy level

c. shell

d. nucleus

8. The quantum number that has an allowable value of 0, 1, 2, etc. is the
a. Magnetic Quantum Number
b. Spin Quantum Number
c. Angular Momentum Quantum Number

I . a. Ionization Energy 17. F b. Which of the following sets of quantum numbers is incorrect? a. m1=0. Br d. Electronegativity d. Principal Quantum Number 9. Aufau Building Up Principle b. Pauli’s Exclusion Principle d. Hund’s Rule of Multiplicity 10. 1 d. 6 c. Principal Quantum Number Quantum Number b.1=0. n=1. 16. 3A d. Magnetic Quantum Number c. Mn+2 and Ar Na+ and C1-1 b. 1A b. Which of the following pairs are isoelectronic? a. n=4. chemical c. n=3. ms= +1/2 c.d. 1=2. What is the maximum number of electrons in an atom that can have the quantum number: n=2. nuclear d. Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle c. m1=0. Which of the following halogens is the most electronegative? a. m1=-1. 8 b. none of the 13. a. n=1. l=0. Electron Affinity c. The change in energy when an electron is accepted by a gaseous atom to form an anion. Activation Energy b. Cl c. m1= -1. ms=-1/2 b. 1=1. physical above b. S-2 and C1-1 d. It states that no two atoms will have the same set of quantum numbers. The quantum number that tells the shape of orbitals. Which of the following properties do not depend on the electronic configuration of the atoms? a. ms=-1/2 d. ms=+1/2 14. ms=-1/2? a. 2A c. In what group of the periodic table is the element with the following electron configuration?[Ar] 4s23d104p3 a. 1. 4 12. Zn+2 and Cu+2 c. 5A 15. Angular Momentum d. a. Spin Quantum Number 11.

(CH3)2NH c. 22. 25.18. Arrange the following in increasing ionization energy: a. Covalent Bond b. Hydrogen Bond c. It pertains to single bond. Vital Force Theory b. 41532 C Na 1 2 b. CH3CH2OH (CH3)3COCH3 b. ZnS 24. Which of the following bonds is the strongest? a. etc. What is the volume of 18. Ionic Bond d. Graham’s Law of Diffusion b. Bond Order Bond Degree b. Van der Waals Equation d. LiF b. Valence Bond Theory c. Valence Shell Electron-Pair Repulsion 21. Selenium c. Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressure 26. 23415 N 5 d. 18 mL b. Bond Length c. Boyle’s Law c. A compound whose molecules are not associated by hydrogen bonding is a. double bond. Among the members of the Chalcogen Family. 18 L .74 mLd. a. No2 c. 22. Oxygen 19. 22. triple bond and those intermediate between single and Double bonds. Tellurium d. a.51432 Mg B 3 4 c. Which of the following molecules/compounds is formed by covalent bonds? a. which is the most nonmetallic? a. Molecular Orbital Theory d.0 grams of pure water at 4 oC and 1 atm? a. HCOOH d. 23514 20. MgO d.74 L c. Sulfur b. The theory that states tht bonding is caused by overlapping of two atomic orbitals. Bond Strength d. Dative Bond 23. Which of the following does not assume the behavior of ideal gases? a.

If the total pressure of the reaction vessel at the end of the reaction is 250 mmHg.6 atm. what is the formula of the hydrate? a. 120. 62. A sample of pure zinc metal reacts completely with an excess of hydrochloric acid. 5.478 grams and occupies a volume of 712.87 g b. 23.5 mmHg c. Na2CO3 . What is the molecular formula of the gas? a.7 grams of potassium chlorate.1 mL b. A 10-L vessel containing 8.7 28. Na2CO3 x H2O was heated in an oven to drive off water.27.0 mL c.711 g 33. A common laboratory preparation of oxygen gas is the thermal decomposition of potassium chlorate over MnO2 catalyst. 5.87 g b. 0.02 mg.9 d. 94. 187.7 mL d.5 mmHg d. 5.971 atm c.7 grams of a hydrate. N2 30. 87. what is the partial pressure of nitrogen gas? a. If the metal weighs 253. Na2CO3 . homogeneous equilibrium d. H2 b. If the steam produced in a 5L vessel at 110oC exerted a pressure of 39.2 atm. chemical equilibrium b. calculate the number of grams of oxygen gas that can be obtained from 45.5 mL at 25oC and 1. Ammonia decomposes completely to hydrogen and nitrogen gas. heterogeneous equilibrium .5 mmHg 31. How many grams of KC103 are needed to prepare 1. Type of equilibrium that exists between similar phases is called a. 19. 125. Na2CO3 . a. 2H2O 32. 5.90 g 34. 4H2O b.00 grams of O2 is connected by means of a valve to a 5-L vessel containing 7. 78. 0.0 mmHg b.4 c. H2O d. Na2CO3 . Cl2 c. Assuming complete decomposition. The hydrogen Gas produced is collected over water at 25oC and 1 atm. how much hydrogen gas is collected? a. A certain gas weighs 2.654 atm d.8 torr a. 23.27 g c. A quantity of 280. 17. 97.1 b. F2 d. 24. 10H2O c.00 grams of N2. what will be the total pressure of the gas mixture at 25oC assuming the temperature was kept constant? a. physical equilibrium c. When the valve was opened and the gases are allowed to mix. 0.8 L of O2 gas that is collected over H2O at 22oC and 760 torr? Vapor pressure of water at 22oC is 19.7 mL 29.91 g d.

0953 37.29oC b. 0. -11. NaCHO d. (NH2)2CO solution in water? a. H2(g) + I2(g) 2HI(g) d. Consider the following reaction at 1600oC: Br2(g)  2Br(g). Na2SO4 c. N2(g) + 3H2(g)  2NH3(g) 36.7216 d. Which of the following is an acidic oxide? a. Which of the following substances in aqueous solution of the same concentration will have the highest boiling point elevation? a. CaO 40. add PCl3 b. The osmotic pressure of a dilute aqueous ethyl alcohol solution at 25 oC is 38 mmHg. What is the freezing point of a 30% wt urea. CO(g) + Cl2(g) COCI2(g) c. Na2C2O4 39. 62 b.234 torr.18oC d. sodium chlorite 38. 3. oxalic acid + sodium hydroxide __________+H2O a. The vapor pressure of water at 25oC is 23. 0.35. Consider the reaction: PCI5(g)  PCI3(g) ∆Hθrxn = 87. add PCl5 d. sodium hypochlorite c. Na2CO3 b.001346 c.20689 b.756 torr. 2 NO(g) + Br2(g) 2NOBr(g) b. cool the mixture pressure c.913 grams of a non-volatile substance in 36 grams of water has a vapor pressure of 20. increase the 41.9 KJ/mol Which of the following will result in the increase in concentration of Cl 2 gas? a. sodium chlorate b. CH3COOH d. 0. 48 d. 39 43. MgO b. -13. SO2 c. Calculate the boiling point elevation of this solution. A solution consisting of 18. . a. NaC2H3O2 c.45oC c. -9. NaCIO2 is a. Na2O d. NaCl 42. What is the molecular weight of the solute? a.77oC 44. sodium chloride d. KCl b. Which of the following equilibrium system will have its K p equal to its Kc? a. 56 c. 16.

electron 50. 12.a.0011oC 45. 13. If 238 undergoes decay and found to produce 234Bi. curie c. 18. what other particle was emitted? 92U 90 a. a.5 years. Ra-226 decays by alpha emission. 0. 0. 228 87 Fr b. Which of the following is a positron? a.2 years 49. It is equivalent to the rate of disintegration of 1 gram of radium a. positron d.0025oC c. 226 89 Ac 47. The half-life of 90Sr is 29 years. What fraction of the atoms in a sample of 90Sr would remain 100 years later? a.4 years d. 230 90Th d. becquerels b. 0.8 years c. 0. gray d. 0. 0 -1é d.4 years b. 4 2α b.09 48. 14. How old is a bottle of wine if the tritium 3H content is 45% that of a new wine? The half-life of tritium is 12. 0. alpha b. rem . 0. What is its decay product? a.18 d. 0 1é c.29 b.14 c. gamma c.0 0Y 46. 222 86 Rn c.0041oC d.0038oC b. 0.