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SCIENCE III Easy 1. Which statement is a quantitative description? a.

One bottle holds more liquid than the other b. The color of one liquid is darker than the other c. The liquid in one bottle is cloudier than the other d. The liquid in one bottle is 5cm3 more than the other 2. Which property of water do you expect NOT to change when salt is added into it? a. Its density b. Its freezing point c. Its boiling point d. Its non flammability

3. Which of the following does NOT always indicate a chemical change? a. Change in density b. Formation of gas bubbles c. Change n chemical reactivity d. Formation of an insoluble precipitate 4. Which information gives the composition of a compound? a. Kind of element present b. Kind and amount of element present c. Kind and volume of element present d. Amount and volume of the element present 5. A clear colorless liquid both sharply at 80.1C. it is soluble in alcohol. It burns when ignited. Analysis shows it has a definite composition: 92% C and 8% H by mass. Which property of the liquid show it is a compound, not a mixture? a. It is a liquid and it burns b. It is clear and colorless c. It is soluble in alcohol and it burns d. It boils sharply and has a definite composition 6. To which does the law of definite composition apply? a. A mixture of oxygen b. A solution of salt in water c. A pure sample of copper d. A sample of ice

7. Two substances were made to reaction a closed vessel. Which will remain the same before and after the reaction? a. Mass of the products b. Mass of the reactants

c. Temperature of the vessel d. Total mass of reactants and products 8. Powdered copper when heated in an atmosphere of oxygen produces copper (II) oxide. According to the chemical equation: 2Cu + O 2 2CuO what is the mass of copper (II) oxide? a. The same as the mass of copper b. Twice the mass of oxygen that combined with copper c. The sum of the masses of copper and oxygen that combined d. The sum of twice the mass of copper and the mass of oxygen that combined 9. Which element can substitute for calcium in the bones? a. Li b. Sr c. Se d. Si

10.Which of the following is true about elements belonging to the same family in the periodic table? a. They have the same number of neutrons b. They have the same electronic configuration c. They have the same valence electron configuration d. They have the same number of occupied energy level

Average 1. Sulphur and selenium have similar chemical properties because _______________________ 2. If metals and non-metals combined, what type of bond is formed? 3. It is the distinction of electron in specific orbitals? 4. The ability of colloidal particles to scatter a beam of light is _____________ 5. During electrolysis of water, the volume ratio of the gas products is always 2 H2 to O2. The law of chemical change that supposed their result is ______________________ 6. Activated carbon is a better adsorbent than ordinary powdered charcoal because _____________ 7. A method of naming compounds of metal in which the metal exhibits more than one oxidation number is known as _____________________ 8. Process of separating ion from colloids by diffusion through a semipermeable membrane is called ________________________

9. This theory is based on several assumption which explains the measured properties of gases in terms of the behaviour of individual gas molecules is called _______________________ 10.Proposed his own model of the atom using the gold foil experiment.

Difficult 1. What is the molarity of a 5L solution that contains 10moles of NaCl? 2. A 0.25mole sample of oxygen gas occupies a volume of 10L at 60C. what is its pressure? 3. The temperature of a gas in a 2L container is 300K. what would be its volume of the temperature is achieved to 500K? the pressure remain constant. 4. A 2.5L sample of a gas is at a pressure of 1.25atm. calculate the pressure reached to reduce the volume of the gas to 2.0L. The temperature remains unchanged. 5. Classify the given reaction according to the four general types of reactions H2CO3 CO2 + H2O 6. Balance the given equation Zn + HCl ZnCl2 + H2 7. Write the name of the given compound using the stoch method: HgO 8. Give the name of the given formula H2SO4 9. Using the traditional method, name the given compound PbI 2 10.Write the formula of calcium carbonate.