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# Dublin City Schools

## Energy and kinetics practice test

Instructor: Kelcie Ellis

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Question 1 /1

0 degrees C

20 degrees C

75 degrees C

10 degrees C
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Question 2 /1

endothermic

exothermic

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Question 3 /1

solid

gas only
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Question 4 /1

solid

## solid and liquid

liquid

gas
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Question 5 /1

WhathappenstotheheatenergyenteringthesysteminsectionIII

## not enough information to tell

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Question 6 /1

WhathappenstotheheatenergyenteringthesysteminsectionIV

## not enough information to tell

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Question 7 /1

Whensolidwatersublimestogaseouswater:

## H2O splits into hydrogen and oxygen particles

the water absorbs energy from the surroundings to increase particle spacing

## the water particles become less disordered

Question 8 /1

Ataparkonasummerday,therearetwoslides,theyarebothatthesame
temperature80degreesF......Itismorelikelytobeburnedwhenslidingdownaplasticslide
butlesslikelytobeburnedbymetalslides.Why?
They have the same heat capacities.

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Question 9 /1

grams

## Glass 10.0 3seconds 150Joules 20.0C 37.9C

grams

Thespecificheatcapacityofglassis:

## Less than sodium, because glass has a larger rise in temperature

The same as sodium, because the amount of energy added is the same.

The same as sodium, because the mass of the two substances is equal.

Question 10 /1

## Material Mass Initial Final Material Mass Initial Final

Temperature Temperature Temperature
Temperature

## Wood 10.0g 72.0C 53.0C Water 10.0g 50.0C 53.0C

Basedonthedatainthetableabove,listthesubstancesinorderoflowspecificheatcapacity
tohighspecificheatcapacity.

a.wood,glass,copper,aluminum

b.wood,aluminum,glass,copper

c.copper,glass,aluminum,wood

d.glass,copper,aluminum,wood

## Nickel, Wood, Copper, Plastic

Water, Copper, Plastic Nickel
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Question 11 /1

## Material Mass Initial Final Material Mass Initial Final

Temperature Temperature Temperature
Temperature

## Wood 10.0g 72.0C 53.0C Water 10.0g 50.0C 53.0C

Ifallofthesubstanceswereheatedto50.0degreescelsius,whichsubstancewouldhavethe
leastamountofenergy?

Nickel

Wood

Copper
Plastic

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Question 12 /1

40 kJ

20 kJ

100 kJ

60 kJ
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Question 13 /1

endothermic

exothermic

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Question 14 /1

reactants

products

## neither they are the same

Question 15 /1

Therateofreactionincreaseswithincreasingsurfaceareaprimarilybecause:

there are more particles available for collision

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Question 16 /1

## particles are moving faster

there is less activation energy needed for the reaction to take place
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Question 17 /1

SpecificHeatCapacities_J__

(g*C)

Aluminum=0.903Sand=0.740Iron=0.449

HeatofFusionforWater334J/g

HeatofVaporizationforWater2260J/g

Alargeamountofaluminumwasplacedinabeakerofveryhotwater.The
temperatureofthealuminumincreasedfrom15.1oCto243.3oCwhile1543
Joulesofheatwasabsorbedfromthewater.Whatisthemassofthealuminum?

318000 g

6.61 g

7.49 g

360000 g
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Question 18 /1

SpecificHeatCapacities_J__

(g*C)

Aluminum=0.903Sand=0.740Iron=0.449

HeatofFusionforWater334J/g

HeatofVaporizationforWater2260J/g

59.4gramsofglasswasheatedonahotplatefrom6.3oCto82.6oC.Itwasdetermined
thatthishotplatesupplied1556Joulesofheatenergytotheglass.Whatisthespecific
heatcapacityofglass?

0.343 J/(g*C)

0.295 J/(g*C)

7050000 J/(g*C)

8220000 J/(g*C)
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Question 19 /1

SpecificHeatCapacities_J__

(g*C)

Aluminum=0.903Sand=0.740Iron=0.449

HeatofFusionforWater334J/g

HeatofVaporizationforWater2260J/g

itstemperatureby83.2degreescelsius.Whatwastheamountofenergyreleasedbythe

2370 J

367 J

36700 J

237 J
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Question 20 /1

SpecificHeatCapacities_J__

(g*C)

Aluminum=0.903Sand=0.740Iron=0.449

HeatofFusionforWater334J/g

HeatofVaporizationforWater2260J/g

A894.9gramsampleofliquidwaterisat100.0C,eventuallytheliquidboilsandasaresultis
sampleintogaseouswater?

0J

299000 J

## Not enough information to tell

2020000 J
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Instructions for grading: Grade each question and tally the score to obtain the total test points. If the
factor does not equal 1, multiply the total points by the factor to obtain the student's nal score.

Question 1

## What is the condensing temperature of the substance ?

75 degrees C

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Question 2

## This cooling curve shows processes that are:

exothermic

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Question 3

## liquid and gas

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Question 4

## what type(s) of matter are present in section III

liquid

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Question 5

WhathappenstotheheatenergyenteringthesysteminsectionIII

## energy is used to increase kinetic energy by increasing particle speed

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Question 6

WhathappenstotheheatenergyenteringthesysteminsectionIV

## Heat energy is changing potential energy by increasing particle spacing

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Question 7

Whensolidwatersublimestogaseouswater:

the water absorbs energy from the surroundings to increase particle spacing

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Question 8

Ataparkonasummerday,therearetwoslides,theyarebothatthesametemperature80
degreesF......Itismorelikelytobeburnedwhenslidingdownaplasticslidebutlesslikelyto
beburnedbymetalslides.Why?
Plastic has a higher specic heat capacity.

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Question 9

grams

## Glass 10.0 3seconds 150Joules 20.0C 37.9C

grams

Thespecificheatcapacityofglassis:

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Question 10

## Material Mass Initial Final Material Mass Initial Final

Temperature Temperature Temperature
Temperature

## Wood 10.0g 72.0C 53.0C Water 10.0g 50.0C 53.0C

Basedonthedatainthetableabove,listthesubstancesinorderoflowspecificheatcapacity
tohighspecificheatcapacity.

a.wood,glass,copper,aluminum

b.wood,aluminum,glass,copper

c.copper,glass,aluminum,wood

d.glass,copper,aluminum,wood
Nickel, Wood, Copper, Plastic

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Question 11

## Material Mass Initial Final Material Mass Initial Final

Temperature Temperature Temperature
Temperature

## Wood 10.0g 72.0C 53.0C Water 10.0g 50.0C 53.0C

Ifallofthesubstanceswereheatedto50.0degreescelsius,whichsubstancewouldhavethe
leastamountofenergy?

Nickel

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Question 12

## What is the activation energy for the reaction?

60 kJ

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Question 13

## Is the reaction below endothermic or exothermic?

exothermic

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Question 14

## Which have stronger bonds?

products

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Question 15

Therateofreactionincreaseswithincreasingsurfaceareaprimarilybecause:

## there are more particles available for collision

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Question 16

there is less activation energy needed for the reaction to take place

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Question 17

SpecificHeatCapacities_J__

(g*C)

Aluminum=0.903Sand=0.740Iron=0.449

HeatofFusionforWater334J/g

HeatofVaporizationforWater2260J/g

Alargeamountofaluminumwasplacedinabeakerofveryhotwater.The
temperatureofthealuminumincreasedfrom15.1oCto243.3oCwhile1543
Joulesofheatwasabsorbedfromthewater.Whatisthemassofthealuminum?

7.49 g

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Answer Key Possible Points: 20 Factor: x5.00 Test Value: 100

Question 18

SpecificHeatCapacities_J__

(g*C)

Aluminum=0.903Sand=0.740Iron=0.449

HeatofFusionforWater334J/g

HeatofVaporizationforWater2260J/g

59.4gramsofglasswasheatedonahotplatefrom6.3oCto82.6oC.Itwasdetermined
thatthishotplatesupplied1556Joulesofheatenergytotheglass.Whatisthespecific
heatcapacityofglass?

0.343 J/(g*C)

1 possible pts.
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Answer Key Possible Points: 20 Factor: x5.00 Test Value: 100

Question 19

SpecificHeatCapacities_J__

(g*C)

Aluminum=0.903Sand=0.740Iron=0.449

HeatofFusionforWater334J/g

HeatofVaporizationforWater2260J/g

itstemperatureby83.2degreescelsius.Whatwastheamountofenergyreleasedbythe

36700 J

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Question 20

SpecificHeatCapacities_J__

(g*C)

Aluminum=0.903Sand=0.740Iron=0.449