General Chemistry Exam 1 Chapters 1-4
General Chemistry Exam 1 Chapters 1-4 CHEM 10060-001
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General Chemistry Exam 1 Chapter 14 Match the de nition to the correct word 1 Discrete group of atoms F1909 3 Negatively charged ions with more electrons that protons An example of a polyatomic cation Cations or anions that contain more than one atom Result from the transfer of electrons from one element to another 4 that are held together by 5 covalent bonds Molecules Anions Polyatomic Ammonium Ionic True or False 1 2 Cations are smaller than anions Monoatomic ions formed often have a different number of electrons than the nearest Nobel gas Nonmetals tend to gain electrons In a single covalent bond 4 electrons are shared between 2 atoms 5 In a double covalent bond 2 electrons are shared between 2 atoms Fill in the Blank Formula Name NH4 cyanide Hydroxide MnO439 Nitrate Nitrite Balance 1 KOH H3PO4 K3PO4 H20 2 Ba3N2 I H20 3 Al 02 I A203 4 CaCIz Na3PO4 I Ca3PO42 1 Using the following equation 2 H2804 I Nast4 How many grams of sodium sulfate will be formed if you start with 2000 grams of sodium hydroxide and you have an excess of sulfuric acid 2 Using the following equation I PbNO34 How many grams of lithium nitrate will be needed to make 2500 grams of lithium sulfate assuming that you have an adequate amount of lead IV sulfate to do the reaction 1 Chemistry is the study of a Matter b b Energy c c Chemicals d d none of these 2 Properties a substance shows by itself without interacting with another substance a Chemical properties b Physical properties c Matter d Composition 3 The characteristics that give each substance a unique identity a Composition b Properties c Matter d Chemical change 4 A solid select all that apply a Has a xed shape b Has a xed volume c May be hard or soft d May be rigid or exible 5 A gas has no xed shape or volume this means it has no a Surface b Weight c Color d Smell
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