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  MULTIPLE CHOICE.  Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.  1) 
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Chemistry is  the study of  ________. 
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1)  _______  A)  m a tter tr a n sformatio ns of  matter 
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only macroscopic  phenomena  D) 
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only microscopic  phenomena  E) 
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both A and B    2) 
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Which of the  following  would be  considered  basic  research
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2)  _______  A)  s t u d y i n g   w ays  of  cat chi ng  mi ce  saf ely  te st i n g a safe,  nontoxic  mouse  glue 
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testing the strength of a  mouse cage  D) 
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examining why a mouse likes cheddar cheese more than swiss cheese  E) 
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examining how quickly  a trapdoor closes    3) 
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An example  of  basic  research  is 
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3)  _______  A)  t h e   s t u d y   o f   n a t u r a l   c o m p o u nds  in  sea  ani ma ls  to  loo for  ne mo lec ule tha can  be  use for  me dic ine t h d e si gn of  new  batteries  for  electric  cars. 
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the study of the  composition of the atom.  D) 
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the study of the  relationship between the  amount of automobile emissions gases in the atmosphere and the decomposition of atmospheric ozone.  E) 
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the development of new  plastics that can be recycled.    4) 
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Which of the  following  would be  considered  applied  research
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4)  _______  A)  d e t e r m i n i n g   t he  me ltin te mp era tur of  me tal  e x a m i ning how  susceptib le a metal  is to  bending 
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determining the lightest  and strongest metal to be used for an airplane wing  D) 
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testing the strength of a  piece of metal  E) 
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determining how  readily a metal corrodes in a wet environment    5) 
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Of the three  sciences,  physics,  chemistry,  and biology,  the most  complex is 
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5)  _______  A)  c h e m i s t r y   b e c a u s e  th ere  are  so  ma ny  pos sib le  co mb ina tio ns  of  ato ms.  p h y si c b ecause it  involves  many  mathema tical  equations
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biology because it is  based upon both the laws of chemistry and physics.  D) 
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All three of these  sciences are equally complex.    6) 
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Is chemistry  the study of  the  submicrosco pic, the  microscopic,  or the  macroscopic , or all  three?  
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6)  _______  A)  S u b m i c r o s c o p i c   b e c a u s e   i t  de als  wit ato ms  an mo lec ule s,  wh ich  can 't  be  see wit h a  mi cro sco pe.  M a c r o s c o p ic  because  it deals  with  powders,  liquids,  and gases  that fill  beakers  and  flasks. 
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Microscopic because it  pertains to the formation of crystals.  D) 
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All of the above  because most everything is made of atoms and molecules.    7) 
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While  visiting a  foreign  country a  foreign - speaking  citizen tries  to give you  verbal  directions to  a local  museum.  After  multiple  attempts he  is  unsuccessful  because 
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