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________ 1.

Is the study ofseparation, identification, and quantification of the

chemical components of natural and artificial materials.

A. Geochemistry B. Analytical Chemistry C. Nuclear


_________2. Is the number of Moles (M) of a Solute dissolved in one Litre of Solution.

A. Molality B. Molarity C. Normality

_________3. Is the number of Moles (m) of solute per Kilogram of solvent.

A. Molality B. Molarity C. Normality

_________4. The proponent of Acid-Base theory which states that an Acid is a

substance that donates proton (H+1) and Base is a substance that can
accept proton (must contain lone pair of electrons).

A. Gilbert Lewis B. Bröensted/ Lowry C. Svante


_________5. It is a material remained after distillation or an evaporation; or portion of

a larger molecule.

A. Precipitate B. Residue C. Substrate

_________6. According to Lewis , a Base is a substance that

A. Can donate a pair of Electrons to another atom to form a bond

B. Can accept proton

C. Produces OH-1 in Water

_________7. Is a Negatively charged subatomic particle

A. Neutron B. Electron C. Proton

_________8. Brands of Chemistry that deals with the Quantitative relationships that
Exist between the reactant s and products in Chemical reactions

A. Organic Chemistry B. Stoichiometry C. Gravimetry

_________9. A positively charged particles that resides within the Atomic nucleus

A. Atom B. Electron C. Proton

_________10. The sum of measurements in a set divided by the number of

A. Mean B. Mode C. Median

_________11. It includes all of the digits in a number that are known with certainty
plus the first uncertain digit.

A. Scientific Notation B. Scientific Number C. Exponent

_________12. It describes the agreement among measurements that have been

performed in exactly the same way.

A. Accuracy B. Precision C. Exactitude

_________13. Is an invariant measure of the amount of matter in an object

A. Mass B. Weight C. Litre

_________14. Is the Force of attraction between an object and Earth

A. Weight B. Mass C. Kilogram

_________15. Is the process by which a solid phase forms and is carried out of
solution when the solubility product of a species is exceeded.

A. Distillation B. Precipitation C. Titration

_________16. Is the Molar ratio of two species in a balanced chemical equation

A. Factor of Analyses B. Molarity C. Stoichiometric Facor

_________17. In titration, it is the point at which sufficient titrant has been added so
that Stoichiometrically equivalent amounts of Analyte and titrant are

A. Endpoint B. Midpoint C. Equivalence


_________18. Is a point in titration at which an observable physical change signals

the equivalence points

A. Endpoint B. Midpoint C. Equivalence


_________19. Is a process in which a species loses one or more electrons

A. Reduction B. Oxidation C. Titration

_________20. Is a species that contains one or more electron pair donor groups that
tend to form bonds with metal ions
A. Lycans B. Ligands C. Wayans

_________21. Is the process whereby a Substance acquires electrons (and a reducing

agents is a supplier of electrons)

A. Oxidation B. Reduction C. Titration

_________22. In an electrochemical cell it is the electrode at which oxidation occurs.

A. Anode B. Cathode C. Positive Pole

_________23. Is the electrode which reduction occurs

A. Anode B. Cathode C. Positive Pole

_________24. Is the lowest energy state of an atom, ion, or molecule of a species at

room temperature

A. Groundstate B. Deadspot C. Uncharged

________25. These are high molecular weight organic molecules that catalyze
reactions of biochemical importance

A. Enzyme B. Inhibitor C. Catalases

________26. A substance that binds to an enzyme and decreases the enzyme's


A. Enzyme B. Inhibitor C. Catalases

________27. It describes a set of methods in analytical chemistry for the qualitative

determination of an analyte, base on the mass of a solid

A. Gravimetric Analyses B. Stoichiometric Analyses C.

Photometric Analyses

________28. This is a substance that changes colour in response to a chemical


A. pH Indicator B. Acid Indicator C. Base Inicator

________29. This is a potentiometer that uses an electrode whose potential depends

on the amount of H+ ion present in the solution.

A. Multimeter B. pH Meter C. Tachometer

________30. Is a common laboratory method of quantitative chemical analysis that is

used to determine the unknown concentration of a known reactant.
A. Titration B. Chemical Balancing C. Back