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Lutucan Integrated National High School

Sariaya, Quezon
SECOND PERIODICAL TEST
G9-SCIENCE

I. Multiple Choices: Choose the letter of the correct answer.

1. On the basis of Rutherford’s model of an atom, which subatomic particle is present in the nucleus of an atom?
a. proton and electron b. Neutron and electron c. Proton and neutron d. proton only
2. If the first and second energy levels of an atom are full, then what would be the total number of electrons in an atom?
a. 6 b. 8 c. 10 d. 18
3. Which atomic model is proposed by Schrodinger?
a. nuclear model b. planetary model c. raisin bread model d. quantum mechanical model
4. Which electron transition results in the emission of energy?
a. 3p to 3s b. 3p to 4p c. 2s to 2p d. 1s to 2s
5. The symbol “n” in the Bhor theory ot atomic structure refers to
a. the energy of electron
b. the total energy of the atom
c. the number of electron in an energy level
d. the orbit in whichan electron is found
6. Which of the following sublevels is correctly designated?
a. 1p5 b. 3f9 c. 2p5 d. 3d11
7. How many orbitals are in the third energy level?
a. 3 b. 6 c. 9 d. 2
8. Which configuration is possible in an excited state of electron?
a. 2He: 1s2 c. 11Na: 1s2 2s2 2p6 3d1
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b. 1H: 1d d. 10Ne: 1s2 2s2 2p5 3s1
9. What are the orbitals present in the fifth principal energy level?
a. s orbital c. s, p, d orbitals
b. s, p orbitals d. s, p, d, and f orbitals
10. For neutral atom with the electron configuration of 1s2 2s2 2p5 3s1,
a. The atomic number is ten. c. The atom is in the ground state.
b. The 1s and the 2s orbitals are filled. d. The atom is in the excited state.
11. Which of the properties of atoms is the most suitable reference for the kind of bond that will take place between/among
them?
a. atomic size c. ionization energy
b. electronegativity d. electron
12. What kind of particle is produced after covalent bonding?
a. Atom b. molecule c. ion d. electron
13. How does ionic bonding take place?
a. Two non-metallic elements of different kinds form strong forces of attraction.
b. Two non-metallic element of the same kindform strong forces of attraction.
c. A non-metallic element like flourine is attracted to a metallic element like sodium.
d. A metallic element like sodium transfer electrons to a non-metallic element like fluorine.
14. What kind of chemical bond will form between two oxygen atoms?
a. ionic bond b. metallic bond c. polar covalent bond d. nonpolar covalent bond
15. Which of the following type of bonds will have the highest electrical and thermal conductivity?
a. ionic bond b. metallic bond c. polar covalent bond d. nonpolar covalent bond
16. Why can metals be hammered without breaking?
a. They are ductile. c. They are malleable.
b. They are not brittle. d. Their particles are strong.
17. When does covalent bonding take place?
a. It takes place when atoms share electrons with one another.
b. It takes place when the attraction between atoms is strong.
c. It takes place when atoms collide with one another.
d. It takes place when atoms attain stability.
18. Juan, a fisherman, went home with some of his catch. He told his son to cook the fish but his son said, “Father, the stove
ran out of fuel,”. He told him to buy some so that they can start cooking. Which organic compound do you think the buy will
buy?
a. kerosene b. gasoline c. lubrication oil d. isopropyl alcohol
19. Which of the following pairs of organic compounds is highly flammable?
a. gasoline, acetone c. lubricating oil, isopropyl alcohol
b. water, ethyl alcohol d. liquified petroleum gas, kerosene
20. Which hydrocarbon compound has a triple bond in the molecule?
a. octane b. methane c. ethane d. ethyne
21. Which are TRUE about the use of isopropyl alcohol?
I. cleaner III. disinfectant
II. fuel IV. Fertilizer
a. I and II only b. II and III only c. III and IV only d. I and IV only
22. To which group of hydrocarbon does the molecule with the structure H-C=C-H belong?
a. alkane b. alkyne c. alkene d. alcohol
23. Methane is a component of natural gas. What is the common use of methane?
a. disinfectant b. medicine c. fuel d. cleaning agent
24. Maria wants to preserve a fish for her project in Biology class. What kind of compound should use to preserve the animal?
a. acetic acid b. formaldehyde c. methyl alcohol d. acetone
25. What happens to the boiling point of hydrocarbon compounds when the number of carbon atoms increases?
a. remains the same b. decreases c. increases d. increases then decreases
26. Which of the following statements best describe organic compounds?
a. Organic compounds are compounds that contain carbon and oxygen only.
b. Organic compounds are compounds that are produced by living things.
c. Organic compounds are composed mainly of carbon and hydrogen
d. Organic compounds are compounds are compounds that contain carbon atoms only.
27. How do carbon atoms form many organic compounds?
a. By attracting other elements toward themselves to form the bonds.
b. By forming many bonds with other carbon atoms and other elements.
c. By sharing their electrons with other metal and non-metal elements.
d. By transferring their electrons to the atoms of surrounding elements.
28. Bea is applying something to ball bearings of the wheels of her bicycle so that friction will be minimized. Which of the
following material do you think she is using?
a. vinegar b. isopropyl alcohol c. kerosene d. lubricating oil
29. Jaime scratched herself when her arm bumped into the concrete post. What do you think should she apply to make her
bruises free from harmful germs?
a. formalin b. isopropyl alcohol c. water d. acetone
30. What is the common use of ethyne?
a. disinfectant b. fertilizer c. artificial ripening agent d. antibiotic

II. Matching Type: Match column A from column B. Write the letter of the correct answer.

Column A Column B
31. Octet Rule a. The rule of 8 in which atoms always strive to attain the most stable arrangement of
electrons
32. Planetary Model b. Sublevels s, p, d, f
33. Energy level 3 or M c. Proposed that electrons could also be thought as wave
34. De Broglie d. Coined the term atom from the Greek word atomos
35. Heisenberg e. Electrons are attached to the nucleus and were found on orbitals with a specific energy
36. Schrodinger f. Atomic number + Neutrons
37. Atomic mass g. Develop a mathematical eqaution to describe hydrogen atom
38. d h. 5 orbitals
39. Nonpolar covalent i. Unceratinty Principle
40. Democritus j. Diatomic molecules
k. Sublevels s, p, d

III. Give the (a) electronic configuration and (b) electron distribution for each of the energy level.

41-42. Kr (36)
43-44. Cr (24)
45-46. O (8)
47-48. Mg (12)
49-50. S (16)

IV. Complete the table below. State the type of bonding in the following compounds and DRAW the LEWIS STRUCTURE of
the given compounds.

Chemical Formula Type of Bond Lewis Structure


(polar covalent/nonpolar covalent)
NH3 51. 52.
N2 53. 54.
CH4 55. 56.
SO2 57. 58.
CaCl2 59. 60.