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Chemistry 10th Edition International Edition by Kenneth W – Test Bank To Purchase this Complete Test Bank with Answers Click the link Below If face any problem or Further information contact us At [email protected] Sample Test Chapter 3—Chemical Equations and Reaction Stoichiometry MULTIPLE CHOICE 1.Which of the following is not a consequence of the Law of Conservation of Matter? 2.It provides a basis for balancing chemical equations.3.It means that there will be no observable change in the quantity of matter during a chemical reaction.4.As a result, there will be the same number of moles on both the reactantand the product side of a balanced equation.5.It can be stated as “matter is neither created nor destroyed during a chemical reaction.”6.All of these are a consequence of the Law of Conservation of Mass.
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ANS: C OBJ: Understand the implications of the Law of Conservation of Matter. TOP: Chemical Equations 2.Balancing a chemical equation so that it obeys the law of conservation of matter requires: OBJ: Understand the implications of the Law of Conservation of Matter. TOP: Chemical Equations 3.What scientific law requires that subscripts in formulas should never be changed while balancing a chemical equation?
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TOP: Chemical Equations 4.Balance the following equation with the smallest whole number coefficients. What is the coefficient for O2 in the balanced equation?C4H10 + O2 CO2 + H2O TOP: Chemical Equations 5.Balance the following equation with the smallest whole number coefficients. What is the coefficient for O2 in the balanced equation?C4H9SO + O2 CO2 + SO2 + H2O 1.542.293.234.325.27
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ANS: E DIF: Harder Question OBJ: Balance a chemical equation. TOP: Chemical Equations
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