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# PE106 Midterm Review

## ___ 1. The number 0.005 expressed in exponential notation is

a) 5 103 b) 5 104 c) 5 10–3 d) 5 10–4 e) none of these

## ___ 2. How many milliliters are in 0.021 L?

a) 0.21 mL b) 2.1 mL c) 2.1 102 mL d) 2.1 101 mL e) 2.1 103 mL

## ___ 3. Convert: 3.6 mm = _____________ km.

a) 3.6 10–6 km d) 3.6 106 km
b) 3.6 10–3 km e) 3.6 102 km
c) 3.6 103 km

## ___ 5. The number 2.00152 rounded to four significant figures is

a) 2.002 b) 2.001 c) 2.000 d) 2.152 e) none of these

## ___ 6. How many significant figures are in the number 123.00015?

a) 5 b) 6 c) 7 d) 8 e) 9

## ___ 7. In the sum of 54.34 + 45.66, the number of significant figures is

a) 2 b) 3 c) 4 d) 5 e) 6

___ 8. What is the result of the following multiplication expressed in scientific notation to the
correct number of significant figures?
(2.08 105)(7.0 10-5) =
a) 1.4 10-1 b) 1.456 101 c) 1.5 101 d) 1 101 e) 1.46 101

## ___ 9. Convert 69.6 F to kelvins.

a) 293.9 K b) 342.6 K c) –203.4 K d) –252.1 K e) 455.9 K

## ___ 10. Convert: 40.2 C = _______________ oF.

a) 104.4 F b) 72.4 F c) 40.4 F d) 54.3 F e) –9.7 F

## ___ 11. Convert: 398.1 K = ________________ oC.

a) 671.1oC b) 125.1oC c) 748.6oC d) 253.2oC e) 221.2oC

___ 12. What volume would be occupied by a piece of aluminum (density 2.70 g/mL) weighing
56.5 g?
a) 153 mL b) 4.78 10–2 mL c) 20.9 mL d) 2.09 mL e) none of these

## ___ 13. Which of the following involves no chemical change?

a) burning paper d) lighting a match
b) boiling water e) driving a car
c) baking a cake

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## ___ 14. Which of the following is only a physical change?

a) Sugar dissolves in coffee. c) A banana ripens.
b) Cookies burn in the oven. d) Leaves turn colors in the fall.

## ___ 15. Which is an example of a homogeneous mixture?

a) vodka b) oily water c) soil (dust) d) sodium chloride e) aluminum

## ___ 17. Which of the following is an element?

a) brass b) salt c) water d) earth e) oxygen

## ___ 18. Name two alkali metal elements

a) Ca b) Cu c) Fe d) Na e) Sc

___ 19. How many hydrogen atoms are indicated by the formula (NH 4)2C8H4O2?
a) 8 b) 12 c) 20 d) 24 e) none of these

___ 20. Which of the following contains the largest number of oxygen atoms?
a) 4H2O b) 3CO2 c) O3 d) H2SO4 e) Al(NO3)3

## ___ 21. Which of these are isotopes of hydrogen?

a) 12C and 13C b) 2H and He c) 42K and 40
K d) 3
H and 2H e) Li+ and He

## ___ 22. Which pair have approximately the same mass?

a) a hydrogen, 11 H , and a deuterium, 21 H , atom
b) a neutron and an electron
c) a proton and a neutron
d) an electron and a proton

___ 23. How many protons, electrons, and neutrons, respectively, does 27 Al3+ have?
a) 13, 13, 14 b) 13, 10, 14 c) 13, 13, 27 d) 13, 10, 27 e) 13, 13, 13

___ 24. The atom with 67 neutrons and 50 protons has a mass number of
a) 67 b) 50 c) 17 d) 117 e) cannot be determined from information
given

___ 25. How many electrons are present in a bromine atom with a mass number of 88?
a) 35 b) 88 c) 123 d) 53 e) 6.02 1023

## 26. For the element sulfur, 32

16 S , give the following.
a. atomic number ______________
b. mass number ______________
c. number of neutrons ______________
d. number of electrons ______________
e. number of protons ______________

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## ___ 27. Which of the following is a nonmetal?

a) cerium b) cesium c) carbon d) calcium e) copper

## ___ 28. How many protons are in the nucleus of a Mg atom?

a) 12 b) 24 c) 25 d) 36 e) variable

## ___ 29. The correct name for an aqueous solution of H2CO3 is

a) carbonate acid d) carbonic acid
b) hydrocarbonic acid e) hydrocarbonous acid
c) carbonous acid

## ___ 30. The correct formula for carbon monoxide is

a) CO2 b) CO c) C2O d) CMnO2 e) CH4

## ___ 31. The correct formula for iron(III) phosphide is

a) Fe3P2 b) FeP c) Fe3P d) FeP3 e) Fe2P3

## ___ 32. What is the correct formula for barium hydroxide?

a) Ba2OH b) Ba(OH)2 c) BaOH d) Ba(OH)3 e) Ba(OH)4

## ___ 39. Calculate the molar mass of barium nitrate, Ba(NO3)2.

a) 247.3 g/mol d) 124.0 g/mol
b) 245.3 g/mol e) 261.3 g/mol
c) 213.3 g/mol

___ 40. How many atoms of calcium are present in 89.8 g of calcium?
a) 3.72 10–24 b) 5.41 1025 c) 6.02 1023 d) 1.35 1024

## ___ 41. 4.4 moles of oxygen atoms represent

a) 1.4 102 g d) 7.0 101 atoms
b) 1.0 g e) none of these
c) 2.6 1024 atoms

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## ___ 42. What is the molar mass of Al(OH)3?

a) 43.99 g/mol d) 75.99 g/mol
b) 51.02 g/mol e) 46.00 g/mol
c) 78.00 g/mol

___ 43. 2.60 moles of oxygen molecules contain how many oxygen atoms?
a) 42 b) 83 c) 1.57 1024 d) 4.63 1023 e) 3.13 1024

___ 44. How many molecules of F2 are there in 2.8 mol F2?
a) 3.4 1024 molecules d) 4.6 10–24 molecules
b) 0.8 1024 molecules e) 1.7 1024 molecules
23
c) 2.2 10 molecules

## ___ 45. Convert: 1.98 g O3 = ___________ molecules O3

a) 1.19 1024 d) 6.85 10–26
25
b) 5.72 10 e) 3.73 1022
c) 2.48 1022

## ___ 46. Convert: 4.127 mol K2O = _____________ g K2O

a) 388.8 b) 22.83 c) 4.381 10–2 d) 4.127 e) 2.485 1024

## ___ 47. Convert: 25.9 g NaCl = ___________ mol NaCl

a) 1.51 103 b) 2.26 c) 0.443 d) 1.47 1023 e) none of these

___ 48. Convert: 8.10 1022 molecules NH3 = ___________ mol NH3
a) 4.88 1046 b) 7.43 c) 2.29 d) 0.135 e) none of these

## ___ 49. 18.2 g of Mg represents how many moles?

a) 4.42 102 mol b) 0.749 mol c) 1.34 mol d) 42.5 mol

___ 50. A sample containing 1.12 mol of zinc has a mass of ________ g.
a) 1.71 10–2 b) 58.4 c) 73.2 d) 66.5 e) 6.74 1023

## ___ 51. The number of moles in 307.0 g of barium phosphate is

a) 1.96 mol b) 0.510 mol c) 0.539 mol d) 1.32 mol e) 0.606 mol

___ 52. Calculate the number of moles of Cl2 molecules in a sample that contains 8.616 1025
molecules of Cl2.
a) 5.189 1049 mol b) 6.989 10–3 mol c) 2.862 102 mol d) 143.1 mol

___ 53. Compound X2Y is known to be 60% X by mass. Calculate the percent Y by mass of the
compound X2Y2.
a) 20% b) 30% c) 40% d) 60% e) 80%

___ 54. Determine the percentage composition (by mass) of oxygen in H 2SO4.
a) 16.31 % b) 31.95 % c) 65.25 % d) 23.48 % e) 78.25 %

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___ 55. What is the percent (by mass) of carbon in glucose, C6H12O6?
a) 40.0 % b) 6.67 % c) 10.0 % d) 47.9 % e) none of these

___ 56. The empirical formula for the compound having the formula H 2C2O4 is
a) COH b) COH2 c) C2H2 d) C2O4H2 e) CO2H

___ 57. A compound is composed of element X and hydrogen. Analysis shows the compound to
be 80% X by mass, with three times as many hydrogen atoms as X atoms per molecule.
Which element is element X?
a) C b) He c) F d) S e) none of these

___ 58. The empirical formula for acetic acid is CH2O. Its molar mass is 60 g/mol. The molecular
formula is
a) CH2O b) C2H4O2 c) C2H6O d) C2HO2 e) none of the above

59. A 7.33-g sample of lanthanum, La, combines with oxygen to give 10.29 g of the oxide.
Calculate the empirical formula of this oxide.

60. A compound has a molar mass of 86 g/mol and has the percent composition (by mass) of
55.8% C, 37.2% O, and 7.0% H. Determine the empirical formula and the molecular
formula.

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8. c
9. a
10. a
11. b
12. c
13. b
14. a
15. a
16. H2,N2,O2,F2,Cl2,Br2.I2
17. e
18. d
19. b
20. e
21. d
22. c
23. b
24. d
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26. a. 16
b. 32
c. 16
d. 16
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28. a
29. d
30. b
31. b
32. b
33. silicon dioxide
34. N2O
35. H2SO3
36. Mg3(PO4)2
37. aluminum hydroxide
38. N2O4
39. e
40. d
41. c
42. c
43. e
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45. c
46. a
47. c
48. d
49. b
50. c
51. b
52. d
53. d
54. c
55. a
56. e
57. a
58. b
59. La2O7
60. C2H3O
C4H6O2

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