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  • 1. Chemical Properties Review 5
  • 2. Chemical Properties 1
    • Which of the following best describes the atomic particle that engages in chemical reactions?
      • Positive charge, little mass, found outside the nucleus
      • Negative charge, little mass, found outside the nucleus
      • Positive charge, large mass, found inside the nucleus
      • Negative charge, large mass, found outside the nucleus
  • 3. Chemical Properties 1
    • Which of the following best describes the atomic particle that engages in chemical reactions?
      • Positive charge, little mass, found outside the nucleus
      • Negative charge, little mass, found outside the nucleus
      • Positive charge, large mass, found inside the nucleus
      • Negative charge, large mass, found outside the nucleus
  • 4. Chemical Properties 2
    • A solid reacts with 40g of liquid to produce a compound with a mass of 72g and a gas with a mass of 8g. What was the mass of the original solid?
      • 8g
      • 32g
      • 40g
      • 72g
  • 5. Chemical Properties 2
    • A solid reacts with 40g of liquid to produce a compound with a mass of 72g and a gas with a mass of 8g. What was the mass of the original solid?
      • 8g
      • 32g
      • 40g
      • 72g
  • 6. Chemical Properties 3
    • Which of the following correctly compares the elements in column 1A with the elements in the middle columns?
      • The elements in column 1A are denser than the elements in the middle columns
      • The elements in the middle columns are poorer conductors of electricity than the elements in column 1A
      • The elements in column 1A are softer than the elements in the middle columns
      • The elements in the middle columns have a greater chemical reactivity than the elements in column 1A.
  • 7. Chemical Properties 3
    • Which of the following correctly compares the elements in column 1A with the elements in the middle columns?
      • The elements in column 1A are denser than the elements in the middle columns
      • The elements in the middle columns are poorer conductors of electricity than the elements in column 1A
      • The elements in column 1A are softer than the elements in the middle columns
      • The elements in the middle columns have a greater chemical reactivity than the elements in column 1A.
  • 8. Chemical Properties 4
    • You have a sample of an unknown element. At room temperature, this element is a gas and reacts easily with other elements to form compounds. In which column of the periodic table does this element most likely belong?
      • 2A
      • 5A
      • 7A
      • 8A
  • 9. Chemical Properties 4
    • You have a sample of an unknown element. At room temperature, this element is a gas and reacts easily with other elements to form compounds. In which column of the periodic table does this element most likely belong?
      • 2A
      • 5A
      • 7A
      • 8A
  • 10. Chemical Properties 5
    • Which of the following could not be the element magnesium?
      • An ion with 11 electrons, 12 protons, and 12 neutrons
      • An atom with 12 electrons, 12 protons, and 13 neutrons
      • An ion with 12 electrons, 13 protons, and 12 neutrons
      • An atom with 12 electrons, 12 protons, and 14 neutrons
  • 11. Chemical Properties 5
    • Which of the following could not be the element magnesium?
      • An ion with 11 electrons, 12 protons, and 12 neutrons
      • An atom with 12 electrons, 12 protons, and 13 neutrons
      • An ion with 12 electrons, 13 protons, and 12 neutrons
      • An atom with 12 electrons, 12 protons, and 14 neutrons
  • 12.  
  • 13. Chemical Properties 6
    • Which of the following particles is not a component of atoms?
      • electron
      • neutron
      • photon
      • proton
  • 14. Chemical Properties 6
    • Which of the following particles is not a component of atoms?
      • electron
      • neutron
      • photon
      • proton
  • 15. Chemical Properties 7
    • Most atoms are composed of electrons, protons, and neutrons. Which particles are found in the nucleus of a gold atom?
      • Protons only
      • Neutrons only
      • Electrons and protons
      • Protons and neutrons
  • 16. Chemical Properties 7
    • Most atoms are composed of electrons, protons, and neutrons. Which particles are found in the nucleus of a gold atom?
      • Protons only
      • Neutrons only
      • Electrons and protons
      • Protons and neutrons
  • 17. Chemical Properties 8
    • Which of the following is a compound?
      • Atmospheric nitrogen (N 2 )
      • Helium (He)
      • Hydrogen ion (H + )
      • Potassium chloride (KCl)
  • 18. Chemical Properties 8
    • Which of the following is a compound?
      • Atmospheric nitrogen (N 2 )
      • Helium (He)
      • Hydrogen ion (H + )
      • Potassium chloride (KCl)
  • 19. Chemical Properties 9
    • In a certain compound, two identical atoms each receive one electron from a third, different atom. Which compound is this?
      • Carbon dioxide (CO 2 )
      • Magnesium fluoride (MgF 2 )
      • Potassium sulfide (K 2 S)
      • Lithium chloride (LiCl)
  • 20. Chemical Properties 9
    • In a certain compound, two identical atoms each receive one electron from a third, different atom. Which compound is this?
      • Carbon dioxide (CO 2 )
      • Magnesium fluoride (MgF 2 )
      • Potassium sulfide (K 2 S)
      • Lithium chloride (LiCl)
  • 21. Chemical Properties 10
    • A certain compound consists of two elements. One of the elements in the compound is a reactive gas that easily accepts an electron when forming an ionic bond. This element is most likely?
      • Fluorine, F
      • Krypton, Kr
      • Potassium, K
      • Sodium, Na
  • 22. Chemical Properties 10
    • A certain compound consists of two elements. One of the elements in the compound is a reactive gas that easily accepts an electron when forming an ionic bond. This element is most likely?
      • Fluorine, F
      • Krypton, Kr
      • Potassium, K
      • Sodium, Na
  • 23.  
  • 24. Chemical Properties 11
    • Chen takes a glass jar, sticks a candle to the lid, and then seals the jar. The mass of the jar-candle system is 1.1kg. The candle is lit and the lid immediately closed. What will be the mass of the jar-candle system after the candle has burned?
      • Exactly 1.1kg, because atoms were rearranged but not produced or destroyed
      • Less than 1.1kg, because the flame absorbed all of the oxygen
      • More than 1.1kg, because the flame produced carbon dioxide, which has more mass than oxygen.
      • Less than 1.1kg, because the heat from the candle increased the boyancy of the air in the jar.
  • 25. Chemical Properties 11
    • Chen takes a glass jar, sticks a candle to the lid, and then seals the jar. The mass of the jar-candle system is 1.1kg. The candle is lit and the lid immediately closed. What will be the mass of the jar-candle system after the candle has burned?
      • Exactly 1.1kg, because atoms were rearranged but not produced or destroyed
      • Less than 1.1kg, because the flame absorbed all of the oxygen
      • More than 1.1kg, because the flame produced carbon dioxide, which has more mass than oxygen.
      • Less than 1.1kg, because the heat from the candle increased the boyancy of the air in the jar.
  • 26. Chemical Properties 12
    • Which of the following is common to most chemical reactions?
      • The release or absorption of heat
      • The production of new atoms
      • A change in mass between reactants and products
      • The production of new elements
  • 27. Chemical Properties 12
    • Which of the following is common to most chemical reactions?
      • The release or absorption of heat
      • The production of new atoms
      • A change in mass between reactants and products
      • The production of new elements
  • 28. Chemical Properties 13
    • The periodic table is arranged in rows and columns. How are atoms of the elements that share a column similar?
      • They have the same number of electrons in their outer shell
      • They are all in the same state of matter on the Earth
      • They are likely to react with each other to form compounds.
      • They are all isotopes of each other
  • 29. Chemical Properties 13
    • The periodic table is arranged in rows and columns. How are atoms of the elements that share a column similar?
      • They have the same number of electrons in their outer shell
      • They are all in the same state of matter on the Earth
      • They are likely to react with each other to form compounds.
      • They are all isotopes of each other
  • 30. Chemical Properties 14
    • The elements in column 8A are known for their
      • Rare presence in compounds
      • Willingness to share electrons
      • High melting points
      • Extreme density
  • 31. Chemical Properties 14
    • The elements in column 8A are known for their
      • Rare presence in compounds
      • Willingness to share electrons
      • High melting points
      • Extreme density
  • 32. Chemical Properties 15
    • Which of the following best describes the elements located in 8B (columns 8 through 10)
      • Low in density, low electrical conductivity
      • Low thermal conductivity, high melting point
      • High malleability, high density
      • Low ductility, high thermal conductivity
  • 33. Chemical Properties 15
    • Which of the following best describes the elements located in 8B (columns 8 through 10)
      • Low in density, low electrical conductivity
      • Low thermal conductivity, high melting point
      • High malleability, high density
      • Low ductility, high thermal conductivity
  • 34.
    • "Remember, if you're not part of the solution, you're part of the precipitate!"
  • 35.  
  • 36.