Final Exam Review

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Final Exam Review F-07.doc Page 1 Final Exam Review Final Exam: Wed. December 12 11:30-2:30 in Bourns B-118 Please bring a 882-E Scantron (half sheet), a pencil or pencils, a really good eraser and a non-graphing scientific calculator. Because we share the calculators to loan with other Chem 1 classes, all of which are having finals at the same time, there may not be any or enough calculators to loan out!!! Be sure to bring your calculator! Answers are not posted. Compare your answers with someone else in the class after working on them separately or ask during office hours and final exam review. The questions will be chosen from the questions listed here. The only difference is that specific fact or facts will change. For instance if question #1 on the study sheet is on the final exam it may read: 1. The number 1.052 has ___ significant figures. In other cases the relevant information is replaced with something like an XXX. Therefore understand the principle behind the question. You will be given a periodic table and a table with solubility and strong acids for the final exam. The exam will be 200 points: 50 multiple choice questions - 4 pts each. Chapter 1 1. The number 0.016 has ___ significant figures. 2. Definition 3. What is the density of a metal if a 15.4 gram sample has a volume of 1.96 cm 3 ? 4. What volume of a liquid having a density of 3.48 g/cm 3 is needed to supply 8.00 grams of the liquid? 5. A metal sample weighing 15.36 grams was added to a graduated cylinder containing 23.20 mL of water. The volume of the water plus the sample was 25.00 mL. What is the density of the metal? 6. In comparing the Kelvin and Celsius temperature scales which one of the following statements is true? 7. What is the numerical value of 1.3 cm – 6.31 x 10 –1 cm?
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Final Exam Review F-07.doc Page 2 8. Which of the following lists gives the symbol of a transition metal, a metal, and a non-metal in that order? 9. The symbols for a metal, a non-metal and a noble gas in that order are 10. A good example of an ionic compound is 11. Which of the following is a chemical property of water? 12. How many inches are in a length of 12.2 μ m? (2.54 cm = 1 in) 13. A wavelength of 15 nanometers is equal to ? kilometers. 14. When the prefix XXX is used in the metric system, a fundamental unit of measurement is multiplied by a factor of 15. Of the masses 12.3 grams, 0.00123 kg and 1.23 x 10 5 mg, which (if any) is the largest? Chapter 2 1. How many neutrons are in 33 76 As 2. Identify the set which contains isotopes of the same element. 3. The positive charge in the nucleus of an element determines the 4. There are two stable isotopes of oxygen. They differ with respect to what property. 5.
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