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Mr.

Bexson______________________________________________
Name:_______________________

CHEMISTRY 20 UNIT D STOICHIOMETRY QUIZ


Multiple Choice & Numerical Response
Use the following information to answer the next four questions
Some Chemical Reactions
1. ___H2 (g) + ___S8 (s) ____H2S (g)
2. ___Zn (s) + ___CuSO4 (aq) ___Cu(s) + ___ZnSO4 (aq)
3. ___NH4Cl (aq) + ___PbSO4 (aq)
4. ___H2O (l)

Numerical Response
1. Match the reactions from the list above with the types of reactions below. (D1.1k)
Answer:

________
decomposition

_________
double
replacement

_________
formation

_________
single
replacement

(Record your 4-digit answer in the numerical response section on the answer sheet)

Numerical Response
2. In order, the numbers that balance reaction 1 are: (D1.2k)
Answer: ________

_________

_________

(Record your 3-digit answer in the numerical response section on the answer sheet)

Multiple Choice
1. The products from reaction 3 above will be: (D1.1k)
A. NSO4 (aq) and PbH4Cl (s)
B. (NH4)2SO4 (aq) and PbCl2 (s)
C. (NH4)2SO4 (s) and PbCl (aq)
D. PbCl2 (s) and NH4SO4 (aq)

2. The spectator ion(s) in reaction 2 is/are: (D1.4k)


A.
B.
C.
D.

Cu (s) and Zn (s)


Cu2+ (aq) and Zn2+ (aq)
SO42- (aq)
SO42- (aq) and Cu2+ (aq)

Mr. Bexson______________________________________________
Name:_______________________

3. In the reaction of gold (III) chloride and silver nitrate, which of the following reactions is
written correctly? (D1.1k/D1.2k)
A. Au3Cl (aq) + AgNO3 (aq) Au3NO3 (aq) + AgCl (s)
B. AuCl3 (aq) + 3AgNO3 (aq) Au(NO3)3 (aq) + 3AgCl (aq)
C. AuCl3 (aq) + AgNO3 (aq) Au(NO3)3 (aq) + AgCl (s)
D. AuCl3 (aq) + 3AgNO3 (aq) Au(NO3)3 (aq) + 3AgCl (s)

4. Which of the following effectively defies the law of conservation of mass? (D2.1k)
A. 17.0 g of copper sulfate and 13.0g of silver metal yields 15.4g of copper metal
B. Fe (s) + 3AgNO3 (aq) Fe(NO3)3 (aq) + 3Ag (s)
C. 140 mL of hydrogen peroxide decomposes into 120 mL of hydrogen gas and
60 mL of oxygen gas.
D. 13 g of water decomposes into 7 g of hydrogen gas and 7 g of oxygen gas
Use the following information to answer the next 2 questions
In a flame test, a student places a nichrome wire with an unknown substance into an open
flame. The flame turns a bright violet colour. When 0.010 moles of the same substance is
dissolved into 1.0 L of solution, the colour of the solution is a pale orange colour.
5. The most likely compound used in the above experiments would be: (D1.3k)
A. K2CrO4 (aq)
B. Rb2CrO4 (aq)
C. Cs2Cr2O4 (aq)
D. Li2Cr2O4 (aq)
6. What kind of analysis is used in the above experiments? (D1.3k)
A. Quantitative analysis
B. Stoichiometry
C. Qualitative analysis
D. Colour analysis
Use the following information to answer the next 3 questions
A student burns 12.0 mL of butane (C4H10 (g)) in a lab. She collects 70.0 mL of gas from the
reaction in a graduated cylinder at SATP.
7. What volume of water vapour should have theoretically been produced from the
reaction? (D1.5k)
A. 48.0 mL
B. 60.0 mL
C. 78.0 mL
D. 108 mL

Mr. Bexson______________________________________________
Name:_______________________

8. Which of the following must be true, given the above statement?


(D1.1k/D1.2k/D1.5k/D2.1k/D2.3k/D2.4k)
A. The cylinder will contain some amount of water vapour and carbon dioxide
gas totaling 70 mL.
B. The cylinder has collected 70 mL of water vapour thus defying the law of
conservation of mass
C. The cylinder contains more carbon dioxide than water vapour
D. The cylinder contains enough oxygen to make the actual yield seem like it is
above the theoretical yield

Numerical Response
3. Calculate the percent yield of the total amount of gas.

(D2.3k)

(Record your 4-digit answer in the numerical response section on the answer sheet)

Use the following information to answer the next 2 questions


In a reaction to isolate silver metal, by doing stoichiometric calculations you find you can
produce around 15.3 g of silver from the amount of reactants you have. You perform the
reaction and are only able to isolate 9.61 g of silver metal. Your friend tries the same reaction
in different conditions and somehow weighs his final silver mass to be 16.5 g.
9. What is the most likely cause of the loss of product in the 9.61 g measurement? (D2.4k)
A. Some mass was lost in the filter paper during extraction
B. The theoretical yield calculations used the molar mass of aluminum instead of
silver
C. The scale was also weighing the filter paper
D. There were impurities in the final silver product
10. Which of the following is the most likely cause of the 16.5 g measurement? (D2.4k)
A. The theoretical yield calculations used the molar mass of gold instead of silver
B. There were impurities in the final silver product
C. There was mass burned during the extraction process
D. Some mass was lost in the form of gas during the reaction
11. An example of a spectator ion would be: (D1.4k)
A. A lemon thrown at a wall in an LCI chemistry 20 classroom
B. A copper (II) ion in the formation of aqueous copper chloride
C. A zinc ion in the formation of solid zinc carbonate
D. Solid magnesium phosphate produced in a double replacement reaction

Mr. Bexson______________________________________________
Name:_______________________

Numerical Response
4. If, in a chemical reaction between 4.52 g of ammonium phosphate and excess copper (II)
chloride, what is the maximum amount of precipitate that can appear in a reaction with
75.0% yield? . (D2.3k)

(Record your 4-digit answer in the numerical response section on the answer sheet)

Written Response
1. Predict the products and write balanced net ionic equations for the following reactions: (3
marks each) (D1.4k)
a. ___NaCl (aq) + ___Pb(NO3)2 (aq)

b. ___Zn (s) + ___CuNO3 (aq)

2. In a reaction between 16.0 grams of silver reacting with gold (III) nitrate, what mass of
gold is theoretically produced? (3 marks) (D1.5k)

Mr. Bexson______________________________________________
Name:_______________________

3. In the burning of 13.2 L of propane, C3H8 (g), at 24.50C and 114.0 kPa, what mass of
oxygen is consumed in this reaction? (3 marks) (D1.5k)

4. What volume of 0.100 mol/L hydrochloric acid is needed to completely neutralize 25.0
mL of 0.200 mol/L barium hydroxide? (3 marks) (D1.5k)

Mr. Bexson______________________________________________
Name:_______________________

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