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MAHAY INTEGRATED SECONDARY SCHOOL

Grade 7
SUMMATIVE TEST
Module 2-Pure Substances & Mixtures

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

____ 1. Which of these common substances is a homogeneous mixture?

A. table salt
B. pure water
C. whole milk
D. maple syrup
____ 2. Which of these substances is a compound?

A. carbon
B. chlorine
C. gold
D. acetic acid
____ 3. Which of these substances is an example of a solution?

A. milk
B. Brass
C. mercury
D. concrete
____ 4. The four items below were part of a dinner. Each item is a mixture.

Which of these mixtures is a suspension?

A. A
B. B
C. C
D. D

hydrogen. The elements in a compound keep their own properties. The properties of a compound are different from the properties of its elements.____ 5. They are exactly like the properties of hydrogen. You know that one of these containers has a mixture in it and one does not. Elements and compounds are both listed on the periodic table. C. D. B. Sucrose is another name for table sugar. The diagram below shows a magnet near a pile of particles of iron and sulfur. C. Elements and compounds can both be broken down by physical changes. B. Sucrose is a compound made from the elements carbon. mayonnaise ____ 7. The magnet attracts the iron. ____ 6. ____ 8. They are different from the properties of the elements in sucrose. The parts of a mixture keep their own properties. Elements and compounds are both pure substances. C. water B. Which statement best describes the properties of sucrose? A. . apple juice D. The properties of a mixture are different from the properties of its parts. D. D. You can only shine a light through them to determine which one is which. gelatin C. B. What substance is most likely to be in container A? A. Elements and compounds are both made up of different kinds of atoms. and oxygen. Which of the following is a way in which elements and compounds are similar? A. which statement is true? A. They are exactly like the properties of oxygen. They are exactly like the properties of carbon. Based on the diagram. separating it from the mixture.

salad dressing D.____ 9. 5 B. A. A metalloid is a classification of ____________. element C. organic B. Basic ____ 13. ____ 10. atom B. What type of substance is always made up of a single type of atom? A. homogenized milk C. compound ____ 11. compound D. Which is an example of a colloid? A. plastics D. Why is water considered a pure substance? A. 6 C. inorganic D. Each water molecule is identical. sugar water ____ 12. 7 D. What is the pH of pure water? A. nucleic acids . B. acidic C. C. Which of the following is an inorganic compound? A. A water molecule is made up of one oxygen and two hydrogen atoms. Water can be combined with other substances by physical means. 8 ____ 14. D. iron oxide (rust) B. butter B. Water can be broken down by physical means. mixture ____ 15. mixture B. Water molecules are made up of different types of atoms. element C. How would a compound with a pH of 9 be classified? A. molecule D. carbohydrates C.

D is incorrect because concrete is a heterogeneous mixture. ANS: A A is correct because the parts of this mixture will separate over time. B is incorrect because a gelatin dessert is a colloid. which is a heterogeneous mixture. KEY: homogeneous mixture | heterogeneous mixture MSC: moduleH_u1_Lesson4 Quiz 2. ANS: B A is incorrect because milk is a colloidal mixture. KEY: substance | element | compound MSC: moduleH_u1_Lesson4 Quiz 3. B is incorrect because chlorine is an element. PTS: 1 DIF: Cognitive Complexity: Moderate | Depth of Knowledge 3: Strategic Thinking | Student Level: Average | Bloom's Traditional: Analysis | Bloom's Revised: Analyzing REF: 7bc5fe60-09ec-11e0-a95d-001e33aa91d2 OBJ: G6_PC_85380_PureSubstancesAndMixtures TOP: Mixtures: Name examples of common mixtures and classify them based on their properties. D is correct because maple syrup is the same throughout. PTS: 1 DIF: Cognitive Complexity: Moderate | Depth of Knowledge 2: Basic Application of Skill | Student Level: Average | Bloom's Traditional: Comprehension | Bloom's Revised: Understanding REF: 7bc22dd0-09ec-11e0-a95d-001e33aa91d2 OBJ: G6_PC_85380_PureSubstancesAndMixtures TOP: Pure Substances: Elements and Compounds: Name and classify examples of common elements and compounds. B is incorrect because pure water is a compound. C is incorrect because whole milk is a colloid. C is incorrect because mercury is a liquid element. oxygen. ANS: D A is incorrect because table salt is a compound.Pure Substances & Mixtures Answer Section MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. PTS: 1 DIF: Cognitive Complexity: Low | Depth of Knowledge 1: Recall | Student Level: Basic | Bloom's Traditional: Knowledge | Bloom's Revised: Remembering REF: 7bbadad0-09ec-11e0-a95d-001e33aa91d2 OBJ: G6_PC_85380_PureSubstancesAndMixtures TOP: Mixtures: Name examples of common mixtures and classify them based on their properties. KEY: solution | colloid | homogeneous mixture MSC: moduleH_u1_Lesson4 Quiz 4. . ANS: D A is incorrect because carbon is an element. D is incorrect because apple juice is a solution. and hydrogen. D is correct because ammonia is a compound containing carbon. C is incorrect because uranium is an element. C is incorrect because whipped cream is a colloid. B is correct because brass is a homogeneous mixture of two metals.

ANS: D A is incorrect because carbon is a black solid. ANS: A A is correct because a light beam would travel through water as it does in container A. can be used to separate parts of a mixture. B is incorrect because the properties of a compound differ from the properties of its elements. ANS: A A is correct because physical properties. KEY: mixture | colloid | suspension | solution MSC: Nature of Science | Uses visual element | moduleH_u1 Pretest 5. B is incorrect because gelatin is a colloid and so would block some of the light. D is incorrect because mayonnaise is a colloid and so would block some of the light. PTS: 1 DIF: Cognitive Complexity: Moderate | Depth of Knowledge 3: Strategic Thinking | Student Level: Average | Bloom's Traditional: Analysis | Bloom's Revised: Analyzing REF: 7b9132c0-09ec-11e0-a95d-001e33aa91d2 OBJ: G6_PC_85380_PureSubstancesAndMixtures TOP: Mixtures: Devise methods by which to separate the components of various mixtures. and suspensions. | How particles combine: Describe different ways in which the particles that make up matter can . colloids. and sucrose is a white. KEY: mixture | compound | property MSC: Nature of Science | Uses visual element | moduleH_u1 Unit Test A 6. C is incorrect because apple juice is a solution and so would block some of the light. C is incorrect because hydrogen is a colorless gas. crystalline solid. colloids. KEY: solution | colloid | mixture MSC: Nature of Science | Uses visual element | moduleH_u1 Unit Test B 7. crystalline solid. crystalline solid. B is incorrect because oxygen is a colorless gas. it does not reflect what is shown in the diagram. although this statement is true. C is incorrect because the parts of a mixture keep their own properties. PTS: 1 DIF: Cognitive Complexity: Low | Depth of Knowledge 2: Basic Application of Skill | Student Level: Average | Bloom's Traditional: Comprehension | Bloom's Revised: Understanding REF: 774a9820-fda6-11df-8e11-001e33aa91d2 OBJ: G6_PC_85380_PureSubstancesAndMixtures TOP: Pure Substances: Elements and Compounds: Name and classify examples of common elements and compounds. PTS: 1 DIF: Cognitive Complexity: Moderate | Depth of Knowledge 3: Strategic Thinking | Student Level: Average | Bloom's Traditional: Analysis | Bloom's Revised: Analyzing REF: 74cd1500-fda6-11df-8e11-001e33aa91d2 OBJ: G6_PC_85380_PureSubstancesAndMixtures TOP: Mixtures: Classify mixtures as solutions. and sucrose is a white. PTS: 1 DIF: Cognitive Complexity: Low | Depth of Knowledge 2: Basic Application of Skill | Student Level: Basic | Bloom's Traditional: Application | Bloom's Revised: Analyzing REF: 74951510-fda6-11df-8e11-001e33aa91d2 OBJ: G6_PC_85380_PureSubstancesAndMixtures TOP: Mixtures: Classify mixtures as solutions. and suspensions. such as magnetism. D is correct because the properties of a compound differ from the properties of the elements that make it up. and sucrose is a white. D is incorrect because.

ANS: C A is incorrect because pure substances cannot be broken down through physical means. D is incorrect because a compound is made up of two or more types of atoms that are chemically combined. combine to form various substances. C is incorrect because a molecule can be made up of more than one type of atom. ANS: A A is correct because each atom that makes up an element or molecule that makes up a compound is identical. PTS: 1 DIF: Cognitive Complexity: Low | Depth of Knowledge 1: Recall | Student Level: Basic | Bloom's Traditional: Knowledge | Bloom's Revised: Remembering REF: 7bbd99f0-09ec-11e0-a95d-001e33aa91d2 OBJ: G6_PC_85380_PureSubstancesAndMixtures TOP: How particles combine: Describe different ways in which the particles that make up matter can combine to form various substances. A water molecule is an example of a molecule made up of two types of atom (hydrogen and oxygen). KEY: compound | property | element MSC: moduleH_Module Review 8. but it does not explain why it is a pure substance. ANS: D PTS: 1 . Changing the makeup of a water molecule would require a chemical change. KEY: mixture | element | matter MSC: moduleH_u1_Lesson4 Quiz 11. KEY: element | compound | pure substance MSC: moduleH_u1 Unit Test A 9. C is incorrect because each atom that makes up an element or molecule that makes up a compound is identical. ANS: B A is incorrect because a mixtures always contain more than one type of atom. KEY: compound | classifying pure substances | pure substances | classifying compounds | properties of compounds MSC: moduleH_u1 Unit Review 10. B is correct because an element is made up of one type of atom. D is incorrect because this explains why water is considered a compound. ANS: A PTS: 1 12. PTS: 1 DIF: Cognitive Complexity: Moderate | Student Level: Average | Depth of Knowledge 2: Basic Application of Skill | Bloom's Traditional: Comprehension | Bloom's Revised: Understanding REF: 79b65840-09ec-11e0-a95d-001e33aa91d2 OBJ: G6_PC_85380_PureSubstancesAndMixtures TOP: Pure Substances: Elements and Compounds: Classify elements and compounds as two types of pure substances. C is correct because the particles that make up pure substances are identical throughout the substance. B is incorrect because only elements are listed on the periodic table. D is incorrect because neither elements nor compounds can be broken down by physical changes. B is incorrect because water molecules cannot be combined with other substances through physical means. PTS: 1 DIF: Bloom's Traditional: Analysis | Bloom's Revised: Analyzing | Cognitive Complexity: High | Depth of Knowledge 3: Strategic Thinking | Student Level: Advanced OBJ: G6_PC_85380_PureSubstancesAndMixtures TOP: Pure Substances: Elements and Compounds: Classify elements and compounds as two types of pure substances.

ANS: C PTS: 1 14. ANS: A PTS: 1 . ANS: B PTS: 1 15.13.

______ is a separation technique that uses the differences in boiling points of various substances to separate mixtures. ? filter C. ? filtration B. ? distillation D. ? crystallization . ? chromatography 3.1. ? colander or sieve 2. A. ? funnel B. A. ? filtration B. you would use a _____. The process used to separate heterogeneous mixtures of solids and liquids is called ______. If you want to separate iron fillings from sand. A. ? crystallization C. :-) magnet D.

? chromatography 5. ? chromatography 6. Suspensions are best separated by which process? . The formation of pure solid particles of a substance from a solution is called _____. ? distillation D. ? filtration B. ? crystallization C. ? distillation D. A technique that separates a mixture based on the individual substance's tendency to travel across a surface is called _____. ? distillation D. ? filtration B. ? chromatography 4. C. A. ? crystallization C. A.

? crystallization C. A. ? distillation D. ? filtration B. Some solutions. Permanent marker ink is best separated by which process? A. ? filtration B. such as salt water. ? chromatography . ? filtration B. ? crystallization C. ? evaporation D. ? crystallization C. ? chromatography 7. ? distillation D. ? chromatography 8. are separated by which process? A.

. ? To separate two liquids. What is this called? A. D. ? To separate a solid from a liquid. ? filtration B. ? Solvent. 11. ? Filtrate. Rock candy is made by a separation process called ____. C.9. ? distillation D. D. ? Solute. C. When can filtration technique be used? A. ? To crystallize salt. B. ? To separate a mixture of different colored dyes. ? crystallization C. During filtration. an insoluble solid collects on the filter paper. B. ? chromatography 10. A. ? Residue.

a liquid passes through the filter paper. D. crystallize the salt. ? Oxygen. D. ? Solute. ? Distillation. filter the solution. ? Quartz. Which of these is a mixture? A. ? Filter the dry mixture. ? Residue. ? Air. ? Solvent. D. 13.12. What is this called? A. . recrystallize the salt. ? Filtrate. ? Dissolve the salt/sand mixture. B. During filtration. ? Chromatography. 14. Which techniques should be used to get salt from a dry mixture of salt and sand? A. ? Copper sulfate. C. B. C. C. B.

C. Which of the following statement is true? A. ? Make use of distillation. ? Mixtures do not have a fixed composition. Which of the following statement is true? A. B. ? In mixtures the atoms or compounds are joined together. B. D. C. ? Make use of magnetic attraction.15. which is a possible way to isolate the components in the mixture? A. C. ? Compounds do not have a fixed composition. If I know the components of a mixture and the boiling points of the components. ? Mixtures are hard to separate. 17. ? Compounds are easy to separate. ? Make use of evaporation. ? Make use of paper chromatography. ? Mixtures have a fixed composition. D. 16. . D. ? Compounds have a fixed composition. B. ? In compounds the atoms or particles are not joined together.

with various colours on it B. ? Chromatography. E. ? Evaporation. B. ? absorption rate of the chemicals D. ? solubility of the solvent in the filter paper E. C. ? components of a liquid mixture will travel at different rates C.18. D. ? Distillation. ? Magnetic attraction. ? a filter paper can be used 20. What property does paper chromatography make use of to separate its components? A. ? Filtration. 19. Which separation technique would be the best method to get clear water from a mixture of flour and water? . Which separation technique do you use to separate a magnetic substance from a non-magnetic substance? A. ? the end product can be very pretty.

? Chromatography. ? Filtration. What does the term 'filtrate' means? A. D. ? Bunsen burner. ? the liquid that passes through the filter paper . ? Tripod stand. ? Filter paper. 21. A. 22. Which apparatus are not needed for the set-up when separation by evaporation is used? A. ? solid particles that decompose upon heating B. ? Distillation. ? solid particles that are left behind after filtration on the filter paper D. B. B. C. ? the liquid that evaporates from a solution C. C. E. D. ? Solution. ? Wire gauze. ? Evaporation.

? Use distillation to isolate the hot water. ? Use a magnet to attract the ball bearing and get it out of the hot water. ? separate a mixture with solid impurities in a solution B. ? the liquid that evaporates from a solution 24. B. ? separate and identify the componenets of a mixture D. A.23. What can he do? A. . ? Use paper chromatography. C. a scientist accidentally dropped a ball bearing into a beaker of hot water and wanted to get it out as soon as possible as the hot water will be used in an experiment. ? solid particles that are left behind after filtration on the filter paper B. ? the liquid that is collected at the end of distillation D. Distillation is not used to _____. What does the term 'solute' means? A. In the lab. ? solid particles that are left behind after evaporation C. ? separate a mixture of liquids in a solution C. ? separate a solvent from a solution 25.

? A solid-solid mixture when one of the components sublimes B. D. 26. ? Evaporate the hot water to get the ball bearing. C. ? A liquid-liquid mixture when one of the liquids has a lower boiling point. ? A liquid-solid mixture when solid particles can be seen in the mixture. When do we use evaporation to separate components? A. ? A solid-liquid mixture when solid particles are dissolved. D. .