Mole - Mass/Volume Relationship

QuizÂ by Olamide Akinnagbe

Grade 9-12
Science
Next Generation Science Standards

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8 questions
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• Q1
The molar mass of an element is derived from which of the following
Atomic number
Electron configuration
Atomic Mass
Group number
30s
HS-PS1-1
• Q2
What is the molar mass of NaOH (Sodium Hydroxide)
31g/mol
40 g/mol
39g/mol
30s
HS-PS1-1
• Q3
The decomposition of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) provides sufficient energy to launch a rocket. What is the molar mass of Hydrogen peroxide
34g/mol
33g/mol
18g/mol
30s
HS-PS1-1
• Q4
How many moles is 1.50 x 10^23 molecules of NH3?
9.03 moles
4.01 moles
0.2491 moles
30s
HS-PS1-1
• Q5
How many moles are in 75 grams of N2O3
7500 moles
1.986 moles
0.986 moles
30s
HS-PS1-1
• Q6
At STP, how many moles are in 67.2 Liters of Sulfur gas
0.99 moles
3 moles
0.333 moles
30s
HS-LS4-6
• Q7
At standard temperature and pressure, pressure is _________ and temperature is _____
1 atm; 0 degrees celsius
273 atm ; 273 degrees celsius
30s
HS-PS1-1
• Q8
What is the smallest representative particle of a NaOH
Atom
Molecule
30s
HS-PS1-1

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