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Practice Final A



Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 1. 

The element Mg is likely to form which of the following ions?
A)
Mg
B)
Mg2–
C)
Mg2+
D)
Mg+
 

 2. 

The correct name for AlBr3 is
A)
aluminum tribromine
B)
aluminum tribromide
C)
tribromo aluminum
D)
aluminum bromide
 

 3. 

Which of the following elements behave most like fluorine (F)?
A)
oxygen
B)
hydrogen
C)
chlorine
D)
neon
 

 4. 

Which of the following statements about magnesium (Mg) is false?
A)
It has electrons in 3 energy shells
B)
It is in group 2
C)
It has 12 valence electrons
D)
It is in period 3
 

 5. 

The bond between Cs and F in CsF would be expected to be
A)
coordinate covalent
B)
ionic
C)
non-polar covalent
D)
polar covalent
 
 
Use the equation below to answer the following two questions:

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 6. 

What type of reaction does this equation represent?
A)
Double replacement
B)
Synthesis
C)
Decomposition
D)
Single replacement
 

 7. 

Which of these statements is correct based on this reaction?
A)
Al is more reactive than H
B)
H is more reactive than Cl
C)
Al is more reactive than Cl
D)
H is more reactive than Al
 

 8. 

A cation is an ion with
A)
a negative charge
B)
no charge
C)
a positive or a negative charge
D)
a positive charge
 

 9. 

A crytal of salt is added to a solution, but it does not dissolve.  This solution is therefore
A)
saturated
B)
supersaturated
C)
unsaturated
D)
undersaturated
 

 10. 

Which of the following is an example of heterogeneous mixture?
A)
tea
B)
lemonade
C)
soft drink
D)
salt solution
 

 11. 

Which of the following elements has the greatest metallic character?
A)
potassium (K)
B)
chlorine (Cl)
C)
fluorine (F)
D)
lithium (Li)
 

 12. 

The melting of ice is an example of a
A)
physical change
B)
physical property
C)
chemical property
D)
chemical change
 

 13. 

The number of atoms in a molecule of (NH4)2S is
A)
10
B)
3
C)
11
D)
6
 

 14. 

A covalent bond is formed when
A)
electrons are transferred
B)
shared electrons come from the same atom
C)
electrons are shared
D)
a positive and negative ion come together
 

Short Answer
 

 15. 

Balance the equation shown below:

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