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Which of the following gases would have the fastest rate of diffusion? A. N2 (Molar mass =28) D. SO2 (Molar mass =64) B. CH4 (Molar mass =16) E. CO2 (Molar mass = 44) C. SO2 (Molar mass =64) *note: indirectly proportional relationship between rate of diffusion and molar mass 2. Of the following, only _____ is a chemical reaction. A. melting of lead (physical) D. crushing of stone (physical) B. dissolving of sugar in water (concentration) E. dropping penny in a glass of water C. tarnishing of silver 3. Which particles contribute to the mass of the atom? A. proton, electron D. electrons only B. electron, neutron E. neutrons only C. protons, neutrons *note: mass of atom = protons + neutrons 4. A solution with dissolved solute higher that the solubility is ____________. A. saturated D. dilute B. super saturated E. concentrated C. unsaturated *note: Saturated: solute>solvent Diluted: solvent>solute Concentrated: solute + solvent 5. *A solution whose concentration is 2.0 Molar contains 2 moles of dissolved solute in ______. A. 100 g solution D. 1 Liter of solution B. 1 Liter of solvent E. 1 Kg of solution C. 1 Kg of solvent

6. Which of the following refers to the Standard temperature and pressure of gas? A. 2730 C, 1 atm D. 298 K, 760 torr B. 298 K , 1 atm E. 760 K, 273 torr C. 273 K, 760 torr

7. Which of the following can be added to a solution of HC2H3O2 to prepare a buffer solution? A. NaOH D. NaF B. HF E. KCl C. KC2H3O2 *note: a buffer solution always has H, K, C & O. 8. Which of the following acids is the weakest ? A. HF (Ka = 6.8 x10 -4) D. HC7H5O2 (Ka = 6.3 x10-5) -10 B. HClO (Ka = 3.0 x10 ) E. HC2H3O2 (Ka = 1.8 x10-5) C. HNO2 (Ka = 4.5 x10-4) *note: indirectly proportional Ka 9. An element with outermost configuration 4s24p4 will be located in the periodic table in ________. A. group 6A, period 4 D. group 6B, period 4 B group 4A, period 4 E. group 4A, period 6 C. group 2A, period 4 *note: Last level of the config would be the group number

10. When the following equation is balanced the coefficient of H2S is _________. H2S + Fe (OH)3 Fe2S3 + H2O A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4 E. 5

11. In the unbalanced reaction: K2Cr2O7 + MnCl2 + HCl KCl + CrCl3 + MnCl4 + H2O, which element undergo reduction? A K D. Cl B.. Mn E. O C. Cr *note: from Cr2 to Cr 12. Given the [H3O+] of the solution; which will be the most acidic? A. 3.6 x10-5M D. 1.7 x10-2M -6 B. 2.8 x10 M E. 4.5 x10-8M C. 5.2 x10-10M *note: Acidity is directly proportional to the number of moles. 13. A reaction was found to be second order in carbon monoxide concentration. When the [CO] is doubled with everything else kept the same, the rate of reaction ________. A. doubles D. increases 8 times B. triples E. remains unchanged C increases 4 times 14. Consider the following equilibrium system: 2CO2(g) 2CO(g) + O2(g) H=-514 KJ Le Chateliers principle predicts that adding O2 (g) to the reaction container will __ A. increase the partial pressure of CO at equilibrium B. decrease the partial pressure of CO2 at equilibrium C. increase the value of the equilibrium constant D. increase the partial pressure of CO2 at equilibrium E. decrease the value of the equilibrium constant 15. An aqueous solution that is 13.5 % KBr by mass consists of ____________. A. 13.5g KBr in 100g water D. 13.5 g KBr in 113.5g solution B. 13.5g KBr in 86.5 water E. 13.5 g KBr in 1000g water C. 13.5 g KBr in 86.5g solution 16. What is the pH in a solution where [OH-] = 2.36 x10-5 M? A. 4.63 D. 11.64 B. 9.37 E. 14.0 C. 2.36 17. Lithium and nitrogen react in combination reaction to produce lithium nitride 6Li (s) + N2 (g) 2Li3N (s) How many moles N2 are needed to react with 0.500 mole lithium? A. 3.00 D. 1.50 B. 0.500 E. 0.0833 C. 0.167 18. Calculate the freezing point of 0.0550m aqueous solution of glucose. ( Freezing point water = O0 C , Kf = 1.86 0 C / m A. O0C B. 0.1020C C. 0.1020C D. -0.2040C E. - 0.3060C

19. The volume occupied by 1.5 mole of gas at 350C and 2.0 atm pressure is ______L. ( R = 0.082 L atm / mole - K )

A. 38 B. 19 C. 2.2

D. 0.053 E. 0.026

20. What is the concentration (M) of aqueous ethanol solution produced when 0.200 L of 2.00 M solution was diluted to 0.800 L? A. 0.800 B. 0.200 C. 0.500 D. 0.400 E. 1.00