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Regional Diagnostic Test (Physical Science 11)

Quiz by Maribel Palpalatoc

Grade 11-12
Physical Science
Philippines Curriculum: SHS Core Subjects (MELC)

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  • Q1

    What type of nuclear synthesis is believed to be the origin of the production of heavy elements?

    Supernova Nucleosynthesis

    Stellar Nucleosynthesis

    Big Bang Nucleosynthesis

    Primordial Nucleosynthesis

  • Q2

    What is the ability of an atom in a compound to attract electrons towards itself called?

    Ionization energy

    Electromotive force


    Electron Affinity

  • Q3

    Which of the following is the measure of a liquid’s resistance to flow?


    Boiling point

    Melting point


  • Q4

    Which of the following is the building block of protein?

    Amino acid




  • Q5

    What do you call the substance that increases the rate of chemical reaction without itself being consumed by the reaction?



    Activation energy


  • Q6

    Which of the following describes a stellar nucleosynthesis?

    It is the formation of elements during a supernova explosion

    It is the process by which elements are produced within gas clouds

    It is the process by which elements are formed within stars

    It is the formation of light elements such as helium and hydrogen

  • Q7

    Which of the following statements is TRUE about non polar molecules?

    They have high boiling point

    They have high melting point

    They have low surface tension

    They have low vapor pressure

  • Q8

    Which will result in an ion- dipole interaction?

    Repulsion between dipole and another dipole

    Attraction between an ion and a polar molecule

    Attraction between a polar with a polar molecule

    Repulsion between a polar and a nonpolar molecule

  • Q9

    Why are lipids insoluble in water?

    Because Lipids are neutral

    Because Lipids are hydrophilic

    Because Lipids are ionic compound

    Because Lipids are hydrophobic

  • Q10

    What will be the effect of temperature rise in a chemical reaction?

    It decreases the system’s energy and limits how much further reaction can take place

    It increases the number of effective collisions among reactants, thus increasing the reaction rate

    It increases molecular concentration and slows down reaction rate

    It decreases the number of collisions and the energy of molecules to limit further reaction

  • Q11

    Light is a form of energy that behaves like a particle and sometimes like a wave. What answer below best supports the given statement?

    B. Light travels through empty space

    A. Light is made of photons

    C. neither A nor B

    both A and B

  • Q12

    Why do the component colors of the rainbow appear when light passes through a prism?

    refraction is taking place

    interference is happening

    diffraction is taking place

    scattering of light is happening

  • Q13

    Radio waves have the longest wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum. Which of the following materials would allow the flow of radio waves through it?





  • Q14

    Which of the following describes Einstein’s Theory of Relativity?

    The motion of an object is based on the observer’s viewpoint.

    Both A and B

    The speed of light in an empty space has the same magnitude for all observers regardless of itsvelocity.

    Neither A nor B

  • Q15

    Suppose an astronomer takes a picture of a specific star, waits for six months to pass so that the Earth has moved two AU, and then takes a photo of the same star to compare the changes in its position. Whatis being measured by the astronomer?

    light years


    doppler effect

    astronomical unit


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