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MSQ questions Question 1: H 2(g) is produced by reacting Mg (s) with HCl (aq) a) True b) False Question 2:

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Question 1: H2(g) is produced by reacting Mg(s) with HCl(aq)

a)    True

b)    False

Question 2: The temperature of H2(g) is measured by placing the thermometer in the water bath

a)    True

b)    False

Question 3: In the gas constant experiment, H2(g) was collected in a burette

a)    True

b)    False

Question 4: Heat of solution of NaOH should have a negative value

a)    True

b)    False

Question 5: Neutralization reaction is an exothermic reaction

a)    True

b)    False

Question 6: In exothermic reaction, temperature increases and heat energy decreases

a)    True

b)    False

Question 7: What does anion mean?

a)      Negatively charged atom

b)     Neutral atom

c)      Atom with no charge

d)     Positively charged atom

Question 8: When a solution of Cl- ion is mixed with a solution of AgNO3 (in acidic environment), what is the observation?

a)      Bubbles

b)     White ppt

c)      White smoke

d)     No observation

Question 9: You have a solution of an unknown anion, you added 10 drops of this solution to a test tube. Then, you added 2 drops of HNO3 and 2 drops of AgNO3. You observed white ppt. What is the anion in the solution?

a)      Carbonate ion

b)     Nitrate ion

c)      Sulfate ion

d)     Chloride ion

Question 10: The insoluble compound (the white ppt) resulted from testing for SO4-2 ion is -------------------------

a)      BaCl2

b)     AgNO3

c)      BaSO4

d)     AgCal

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