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Practice Final B



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

 1. 

Rings are known to exist around which of the following planets:
A)
Saturn and Neptune
B)
Saturn
C)
Saturn and Jupiter
D)
all of the Jovian planets
 

 2. 

Which of the following diagrams correctly displays the bonding between S and Cl in SCl2?
A)
S—Cl
B)
Smc002-1.jpgCl
C)
Smc002-2.jpgCl
D)
all of the above
 

 3. 

The existence of Neptune was proposed
A)
because of its effect on Pluto’s orbit
B)
because of its effect on Uranus’s orbit
C)
on the basis of photographs
D)
because of ground-based direct observations
 

 4. 

The Great Red Spot on Jupiter is probably
A)
a hole in the clouds
B)
a storm
C)
an optical illusion
D)
a continent
 

 5. 

The correct name for N2O is
A)
dinitrogen oxide
B)
nitrogen oxide
C)
dinitrogen monoxide
D)
nitrogen monoxide
 

 6. 

Which of the following is NOT a physical change?
A)
condensing of steam
B)
burning of gasoline
C)
freezing water
D)
crushing salt
 

 7. 

Which of the following is a chemical property?
A)
melts at 73 °C
B)
has a high density
C)
good reflector of light
D)
decomposes upon heating
 

 8. 

The name for compound K3N is
A)
potassium nitride
B)
tripotassium nitrogen
C)
tripotassium nitride
D)
potassium nitrate
 

 9. 

The planet that is most similar to Earth with respect to mass, diameter and density is
A)
Venus
B)
Mars
C)
Jupiter
D)
Mercury
 

 10. 

A substance that increase the rate of a reaction but is not consumed in the reaction is called
A)
a redox agent
B)
a reactant
C)
a catalyst
D)
a product
 

 11. 

Which of the following is the correct name for Na2S?
A)
disodium sulfate
B)
sodium sulfide
C)
disodium sulfide
D)
sodium sulfate
 

 12. 

Most of the mass of the solar system is in the
A)
Jovian planets
B)
comets
C)
terrestrial planets
D)
sun
 

 13. 

The total number of atoms present in the formula Al2(SO4)3 is
A)
15
B)
17
C)
10
D)
12
 

 14. 

Which of the following elements normally exists as a diatomic molecule?
A)
sulfur
B)
chlorine
C)
argon
D)
carbon
 

Short Answer
 

 15. 

Balance the equation shown below:

sa015-1.jpg
 



 
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