ch08 - MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that...

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Unformatted text preview: MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1) Which force binds atoms together to form molecules? 1) _______ A) g r a v itat ion al c entripetal nuclear D) electrical E) none of these 2) The fundamental force underlying all chemical reactions is 2) _______ A) g r a v itat ion al. c e ntripetal. nuclear. D) electrical. E) none of these 3) In an electrically neutral atom the number of protons in the nucleus is equal to the number of 3) _______ A) n e u t r o ns in the nu cle us. el e ct r ons that surround the nucleus. both of these D) neither of these 4) A positive ion has more 4) _______ A) e l e c t r ons tha n pro ton s. p r o tons than neutrons. protons than electrons. D) electrons than neutrons. E) neutrons than protons. 5) Strip electrons from an atom and the atom becomes a 5) _______ A) d i f f e ren t ele me nt. n e gative ion. positive ion. 6) To say that electric charge is conserved is to say that electric charge 6) _______ A) w i l l i n t e r a c t wi th nei gh bor ing ele ctri c cha rge s. c a n n ei ther be created nor destroyed . may occur in an infinite variety of quantities. D) is a whole- number multiple of the charge of one electron. 7) To say that electric charge is conserved means that no case has ever been found where 7) _______ A) t h e n e t a m o u n t o f n e g a t i v e cha rge on an obj ect is un bal anc ed by a pos itiv e cha rge on an oth er obj ect. n et c h a r ge has been created or destroyed . the total amount of charge on an object has increased. D) the total charge on an object has changed. E) none of these 8) A conductor differs from an insulator in that a conductor 8) _______ A) h a s m o r e ene rgy tha n an ins ula tor. h a s m ore protons than electrons. has more electrons than protons. D) has faster moving molecules. E) none of these 9) A negatively charged rod is brought near a metal can that rests on a wood table. You touch the opposite side of the can momentarily with your finger. The can is then 9) _______ A) positively charged. B) negative ly charged. charged the same as it was. D) uncharg ed. 1 0) An electroscope is charged positively as shown by foil leaves that stand apart. As a negative charge is brought close to the electroscope, the leaves 10) ______ A) f a l l clos er toge ther. d o not move. spread farther apart. 11) Charge carriers in a metal are electrons rather than protons because electrons are 11) ______ A) l o o sely bou nd. s maller. negative. D) all of these E) none of these...
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