Chemistry Review MC _1

Chemistry Review MC _1 - Science 9 Final Exam 2006...

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Science 9 Chemistry Review Final Exam 2006 Part 1: Multiple Choice 1. A student finds a sample of a clear, colourless, odourless liquid in the science laboratory. With his teacher's permission, he decides to measure the boiling point of the liquid, and finds it to be 106 degrees C. Based on that observation, what is a reasonable conclusion for the student to reach? (a) The liquid is probably water. (b) The thermometer was faulty. (c) The liquid is not pure water. (d) He heated the liquid too quickly. 2. Which of the following properties of sugar is not a physical property? (a) Sugar turns black when it is heated. (b) Sugar dissolves readily in water. (c) Sugar has a sweet taste. (d) Sugar is a white solid at room temperature. 3. Which of the following is a chemical property of sulphur? (a) It is bright yellow in colour. (b) It is a solid at room temperature. (c) It is brittle. (d) It is combustible. 4. Which of the following describes a chemical property? (a) Hydrogen reacts explosively with oxygen. (b) Mercury is a liquid at room temperature. (c) Aluminum is malleable. (d) The density of gold is 19.3 g/cm 3 . 5. Which of the following is a chemical property of carbon? (a) It is a black solid. (b) In the form of graphite, it conducts electricity. (c) It is insoluble in water. (d) It burns readily. 6. All of the following are properties of magnesium. Identify the physical property. (a) Magnesium burns in air with a brilliant white flame. (b) Magnesium reacts with hydrochloric acid to produce a gas. (c) Magnesium is a good conductor of electricity. (d) Magnesium combines with nitrogen to form a black powder.
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Science 9 Chemistry Review Final Exam 2006 7. Which property is described by the statement that aluminum can be bent into various shapes? (a) density (b) malleability (c) hardness (d) viscosity 8. Diamond can scratch glass. Which property of both substances is described by this statement? (a) ductility (b) crystal form (c) hardness (d) density 9. Which physical property is described by the statement that copper can be drawn into fine wires? (a) density (b) hardness (c) viscosity (d) ductility 10. Two different brands of hair shampoo behave differently when poured out of their containers. Brand A pours very slowly, while brand B pours much more quickly. What statement below describes this difference? (a) Brand A is more viscous than brand B. (b) Brand A has a higher density than brand B. (c) Brand A has a higher boiling point than brand B. (d) Brand A is less ductile than brand B. 11. The liquid state of matter has (a) an indefinite shape and a definite volume. (b) a definite shape and a definite volume. (c) an indefinite shape and an indefinite volume. (d) a definite shape and an indefinite volume.
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