# M6 DBA_Exam Review - V18.docx - Module 6 DBA/Exam Review...

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Module 6 DBA/Exam Review(Chemistry V18; ID 4766)Note: Edited on 3/27/19 to fix numbers in #19This review is neither a replica of the exam nor does it contain every concept in the module.Itis always best practice to review all lessons and assessments and ensure you have thecompleted journals. Resubmitting is a great way to review/learn and improve your grade.Questions 20 - 24 are the honors extension questions. The number in parenthesis is thecorresponding lesson. The answer key is after the questions below. Please contact yourinstructor with any questions.Regular:There are approximately 18 total questions on the actual exam; 16 multiple choice and2 essay/free response.Honors:There are approximately 22 total questions on the actual exam; 19 multiple choice and3 essay/free response.Questions:1.Explain the kinetic molecular theory and list the postulates. (6.01)2.Student A sprayed perfume in a cold room and it took 30 seconds for it to dispersethroughout the room. Student B sprayed perfume in a heated room and it took 10seconds for it to disperse throughout the room.Based on the KMT, comparethese two rooms with respect to temperature, kinetic energy, particle motion andvelocity .(6.01)3.Identify the characteristics of a solid, liquid, gas and plasma. (6.01/6.02)4.Identify a substance that expands to fill the container it is in.(6.01/6.02)5.How does the arrangement of the particles in a solid compare to that of a liquidand a gas? (6.01/6.02)6.Explain how kinetic energy compares in a solid, liquid and a gas. (6.01/6.02)7.What happens to a substance as the kinetic energy increases? (6.01/6.02)8.What happens to a substance as the kinetic energy decreases? (6.01/6.02)
9.Using the diagram to the right, what is theapproximate freezing point, melting pointand boiling point? (6.02)10. Using the diagram to the right, what is the stateof matter at approximately 375 K? (6.02)11. Using the diagram to the right, identifythe process is occurring at each number.

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