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IPC - Midterm Exam Review

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10 questions
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  • Q1
    When heating your test tube with the sucrose from the lab, the proper procedure would be —
    to seal off the test tube with a rubber stopper.
    to allow the contents of the test tube to overflow.
    to point the test tube toward your lab partner.
    to point the test tube away from you and others.
    45s
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  • Q2
    A physical property may be investigated by —
    allowing silver to tarnish.
    melting ice.
    letting milk turn sour.
    burning wood.
    45s
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  • Q3
    Particles in a solid are usually —
    closer together and lower in energy than in a liquid.
    farther apart and lower in energy than in a gas.
    farther apart and higher in energy than in a liquid.
    closer together and higher in energy than in a liquid.
    45s
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  • Q4
    Silver has a mass number of 109 and has 47 protons. How many neutrons does this atom contain?
    62 neutrons
    53 neutrons
    40 neutrons
    47 neutrons
    45s
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  • Q5
    How many valence electrons would a Neon atom contain?
    8
    10
    2
    4
    45s
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  • Q6
    You find a piece of metal at your lab station and determine the mass of the metal to be 5.6 grams. The volume of the metal is 1.6 mL. What is the density of the piece of metal?
    0.29 g/mL
    0.48 g/mL
    2.07 g/mL
    3.5 g/mL
    60s
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  • Q7
    To which group do potassium and lithium belong?
    Halogens
    Alkali Metals
    Noble Gases
    Transition Metals
    60s
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  • Q8
    Which statement matches a subatomic particle with its charge?
    A proton has a negative charge.
    A neutron has neutral charge.
    A proton has a neutral charge.
    A neutron has a negative charge.
    45s
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  • Q9
    The appearance of metals can be described as ____.
    lustrous.
    powdery.
    glassy.
    dull.
    45s
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  • Q10

    Which of the following sets of coefficients will balance the following equation?

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    2, 2, 3

    4, 2, 2

    1, 2, 3

    2, 4, 3

    120s
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