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44.The label on a 750 mL bottle of wine states that its alcohol content is 12%(V/V). How much alcohol is present in the bottle?A.9 mLB. 90 mLC. 120 mLD. 180 mL
45.What volume of 12.0 M HCl must be used to make 300 mL of 0.600 MHCl?
46.What is the weight of NaCl in a 0.500 L bottle of 2.00 M NaCl?
47.What is the weight of BaCl2in a 0.250 L bottle of 0.200 M BaCl2?
48.What is the % (W/W) of a salt solution prepared by dissolving 7.5 g of saltin 242.5 g of water?A.0.030%B. 0.30%C. 0.75%D. 3.0%
49.The following are the factors that affect the rate of reaction, which one isnot included?
50.Which of the following substances is not an example of solutions?
51.The following characteristics of solutions are correct except:
52.Saltwater can make the body cells__________A.shrinkB. swellC. stay the sameD. become infected
53.A normal blood cell will shrink when placed in a solution that is ______
54.A red blood cell undergoes hemolysis when placed in a solution that is_____
55.A solution whose concentration is lower than the NSS in the human blood.
56.In osmosis, water flows ______________E.Between solutions of equal concentrationsF.From higher solute concentrations to lower solute concentrationsG.From lower solute concentrations to higher solute concentrations
H.From colloids to solutions of equal concentrations57.Which aqueous solution would have the lowest freezing point?C.0.39 M Na2CO3C. 4.2 M LiBrD.0.62 M Al(NO3)3D. 0.009 M K3PO458.A 0.9% NaCl solution is isotonic with blood plasma. Which solution wouldcrenate red blood cells? Note: RBC = 0.3 osmol
59.The following substances are examples of colloid, which one is notincluded?
60.In winter, after a snowstorm, salt (NaCl) is spread to melt the ice on roads.How many grams of salt per 1000 g of ice is needed to make it liquid at-5oC?
*** end of posttest***Gloricel A. ErginoFacultyReference:Introduction to General, Organic, and Biochemistry 10theditionBy Bettelheim, Brown, Campbell, Farrell
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