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Republic of the Philippines WESTERN PHILIPPINES UNIVERSITY Aborlan, Palawan MIDTERM EXAMINATION IN CHEM 102 Name: ______________________ Date:

________ Section: _______ Score: _____ Equivalent_____ TEST I. IDENTIFICATION. Direction: Identify the following; _______________ 1. Branch of Chemistry which deals with the study of elements other than carbon and its compounds. _______________ 2. Refers to how close the measurements are to the true value. _______________ 3. Has the form Mx10n. It is used to express very small and very large numbers. _______________ 4. Ion formed when an atom accepts electron(s). _______________ 5. The length of path travelled by light in a vacuum during a time interval of 1/299/792/458 second. _______________ 6. The positive part of the atom occupied by protons and neutrons. _______________ 7. The mass of a standard cylinder of platinum iridium alloy kept in the International Bureau of Weights and Measures. _______________ 8. The space occupied by matter. _______________ 9. The amount or quantity of matter contained in a substance. _______________10. Fundamental particle of matter without electric charge. _______________11. The lightest particle of the atom. _______________12. The experimental conducted by Ernest Rutherford which made him conclude that the atom has a nucleus. _______________13. The boiling point of water in oF. _______________14. The freezing point of water in oC. _______________15. A phase change which is the opposite of sublimation. _______________16. SI unit used to express amount of substance. _______________17. Discovered the electrons. _______________18. Discovered the neutrons. _______________19. Evaporation of water from the leaves of plants. _______________20. An isotope of hydrogen without neutron. TEST II. MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE. Direction: Write A if the first statement is true and the second statement is false. Write B if the first statement is false and the second statement is true. Write C if both statements are true. Write D if both statements are false. _____ 1. a. A solution is always made of one phase only b. A solution is a mixture _____ 2. a. Chemical change results to formation of a new substance b. Nuclear change result to formation of a new atom. _____ 3. The nucleus of the atom a. contains electrons b. was discovered by Ernest Rutherford _____ 4. The freezing point of water a. is 32 in degrees Fahrenheit b. is 273 in Kelvin For number 5 & 6 refer to the following data eP+ A 1 1 B 1 1 C 2 2 D 2 2

no _____ 6. _____ 7. _____ 8. _____ 9. _____10. a. c. a. b. a. b. a. b. a. b.

Atom B has the same atomic number as atom D. Atom B and D are isotopes Atom A has a mass number of 1 Atom C and D have the same atomic number Sea water is a pure substance. Mineral water is mixture Distillation process involves evaporation and condensation. Distilled water is pure water A homogeneous matter could be a pure substance A homogeneous matter could be a mixture.

TEST III. DIRECTION: Complete the table below. A


64

P+

No

e-

Cu

29 17 8 24 12

O-2

Mg+2

TEST IV. DIRECTIONS: Solve the following. Write your answer on the space provided. 1. A 125 pound woman stands 5 feet and 9 inches tall. What will she write in her bio-data form? a. Height: __________________ m. b, Weight __________________ kg. 2. The volcanic rock prumice has many trapped air bubbles. A 155g sample is found to occupy a volume of 163 cm3 a. What is the density of prumice? Answer: ___________________ b. Will prumice float or sink in water? Answer: ___________________ 3. The density of water is 1g/mL. What is its density in kg/L? (Show your solution using factor-label method) Solution: Answer: __________________

4. Solve for the average atomic mass of magnesium or atomic weight of the element magnesium Symbol Fe - 54 Fe - 56 Fe - 57 F - 58 Mass Number 54 56 57 58 Atomic mass (U) 53.9396 55.9349 56.9354 57.9333 % Abundance 5.80 91.72 2.20 0.28

5. Fill each blank with a correct answer. a. 15.2 cm = ___________ mm b. 0.006 kg = ___________ mg o c. 25 C = ___________ oF d. 300 K = ___________ oC 6. Report the result of each of the following to the proper number of significant figures or decimal places.

a. 8.321g 2.4g = ____________ b. 86.25m2 / 25m = ____________ 2 c. (7.25 x 0 cm) (1.4 x 104cm) = _____________ 7. Express the following data in scientific notation. (use the proper number of significant figures) a. 0.0432L = ____________ b. 27000000m = _________ c. 0.0009035kg = ___________ 8. Express the following in expanded form: a. 1.26 x 105 mL = __________ b. 1.08 x 10 -3 mm = __________ TEST V. DEFINITION OF TERMS: Direction: Describe/Define 5 terms out of the following: (2 pts. for each correct answer) 1. Chemistry 2. compound 3. electron configuration 4. evaporation 5. sublimation 6. atom 7. caf ion 8. solution 9. isotopes 10. Element TEST VI. ENUMERATION. Direction: Enumerate the following: A. Branches of Chemistry 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. B. Phases of Matter 1. 2. 3. C. Fundamental Particles of the Atom 1. 2. 3. D. Pure substances. Write 2 examples for each 1. 2. E. Main Parts of the Atom 1. 2. F. Name 5 Filipino heroes in Chemistry 1. 4. 2. 5. 3. G. Aside from course mixtures. What are the classification of mixtures according to size of particles. 1. 2. 3. H, !0 Chemical symbols (1-5 one-letter symbol) (6-10 two letter symbols)

TEST VII. MULTIPLE CHOICE. Direction: Select the best answer. Write the letter only. _____ 1. Which of the following is a pure substance? a. egg b. milk c. sugar d. mineral water _____ 2. Which of the following is a homogenous material? a. fruit salad b. siopao c. cold milo d. air _____ 3. Mass number is equal to a. number of protons c. number of neutrons b. number of electrons d. sum of b & c _____ 4. Why do bathroom deodorizers disappear after a weeks use? a. The deodorizer evaporated c. The deodorizer sublimed b. the deodorizer melted d. Insects eat the deodorizer _____ 5. Which of the following is equal to 1 milliliter? a. 1 cm3 b. 1m3 c. cL d. none of these _____ 6. The application of Chemistry principles to a particular purpose is called ________. a. scientific law b. chemical technologyc. theory d. phenomena _____ 7. The recognized system of units for scientific measurements is the _______. a. System International d Unites b. Metric System c. Hindu-Arabic System d. English System _____ 8. Which of the following sets of properties are all extensive properties of a substance? a. height , weight, volume b. color, density, odor c. taste, boiling point, height d. density, volume, size _____ 9. Which set in question 8 are all intensive properties? _____10. Which does describe a mixture of water and oil? a. soluble b. miscible c. heterogeneous d. homogenous _____11. Lime obtained from Mindanao was compared with lime from Luzon. The result gave no difference in composition. Which of the following is the result of the comparison? a. law of Definite Proportion b. Law of Multiple Proportion c. Law of Conservation of Energy d. Law of Mass Conversation _____12. All isotopes of a given element have the same ________. a. mass number b. atomic mass c. atomic number d. number of neutrons _____13. Most atoms attain a stable structure by having a combination of ______ electrons in the last energy level. A. 8 b. 4 c. 2 d. 0 _____14. Chemical equations are balanced to make the number of atoms of each element equal on both sides of the equation. This follows _______. a. law of Conservation of Mass b. Octet Rule c. Law of Multiple Proportion d. Law of Definite Proportion _____15. A 12K gold ring is an example of ______. a. compound b. solution c. heterogeneous d. element _____16. Which of the following is referred to as the cathode rays? a. electron b. proton c. neutron d. none of these _____17. Which law explains the existence of several compounds of carbon and hydrogen such as

CH4, C2H2, and C2H4? a. conservation of mass c. general conservation b. definite composition d. multiple proportion _____18. The isotopes 0-16, 0-17, and 0-18 differ in: a. atomic numbers c. number of electrons b. mass numbers d. number of protons _____19. The prefix mega (M) means ______ a. 106 b. 10-6 c. 109 d. 10-9 _____20. Electrons fill orbitals starting from the lowest energy orbital. This is known as ______ a. Hunds Rule c. Aufbau Principle b. Pauli Exclusion Principle d. None of these TEST VIII. Write the electron configuration of: 1. Al 2 = 13 in standard form 2. K 2 = 19 in short form TEST IX. Explanation/Discussion (5 pts.) 1. Defend or Refute the statement. A mixture is always composed of an element and a mixture

Prepared by Mrs. Glenda Grace D. Tan