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Practice Test 3

PART A
Directions: Each set of lettered choices below refers to the numbered formulas or statements immediately
following it. Select the one lettered choice that best fits each formula or statement; ihen fill in the
corresponding oval on the answer sheet. In each set, a choice may be used once, more than once, or
not at all.

Note: For all questions involving solutions and/or chemical equations, you can assurne that the system is
in water unless otherwise stated.

Questions r-3 Questions 7-ro


(A) allotropes
Given a sample of one mole of the indicated gas at
the following conditions (B) amphiprotic
(C) isoelectronic
(A) He at 100'C and 1 atm
(D) isomers
(B) He at 25oC and 1 atm
(E) isotopes
(C) Ar at 25oC and 1 atm
(D) Ar at 25'C and 2 atm 7. Refers to two or more species having the
same electron configuration
(E) Ar at OoC and 1 atm
1. Has the highest molecular speed 8. Compounds having identical molecular
formulae with the atoms arranged differently
2. Has the lowest kinetic energy
9. The term that would apply to 159 utt6 179
3. Occupies the largest volume
10, Would describe the relationship between
O, (g) and O, (g)
Questions 4-5
(A) F
(B) Cl
(C) Br
(D) I
(E) At
4. The only nonmetal that appears as a liquid in
its elemental form under standard conditions

5. Forms no compounds or ions in which it has


a positive oxidation number

6. Is the only member of the group that has no


stable isotopes

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Questions rr-r4 Questions r.9-23


(A) CH4 (A) Ag* (aq) + Cl--+ (aq)
(B) CO2 (B) CsFIrz (s) + 8 o, (g -+ S Co, (g) + 6 Hp (l)
(C) NH? (C) NH3(s) + HzO (s) 3 NHa+(s) + OH-(s)
(D) N2 (D) HCzHsOz0) + oH- (aq) -+
(E) 02
Hzo (l) + CrHror-(aq)
11. A major greenhouse gas implicated in global (E) CaCOg (s) -> CaO (s) + CaO, (g)
warming

72. Formshydrogenbonds 19. Most likely to proceed with a decrease in


entropy
13. Is polar
2A. The most exothermic of the reactions written
74. Has a triple bond
27. An acid-base neutralization reaction

Questions r5-r8
22. A precipitation reaction

(A) C 23. A decomposition reaction


(B) N
(c) o
(D) F
(E) Ne
15. Exists as individual gas-phase atoms under
standard conditions

76. Exists as a network covalent solid in its most


common form

77. Commonly forms ionic compounds as


a -1 anion

18. Has the highest ionization energy of the


elements listed

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Directions: E-ach question below consists of two statements, statement


I in the left-hand column and statement
II ih the right hand column. For each question, determine whether statement
I is true or false and rl::i. lri
whether statement II is true or false' Then fill in the corresponding T
or F ovals on your answer shlet. :.{it:i!r
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and 0.2 M HCI does not produce a metal, producing chlorine gas.
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108. If equal masses of sodium metal and BECAUSE the reaction requires twice as many atoms
chlorine gas are allowed to react, some of chlorine as sodium.
sodium will be left over after all the
chlorine is used up

109. Reactions happen faster at higher BECAUSE as temperature increases, there is also an
temperatures increase in the number of collisions with
the required activation energy for a
reaction to occur.

110. Candles can be safely stored at room BECAUSE the reaction that takes place when a
temperature/ even though their reaction candle is burned involves a decrease
with air is spontaneous at room in entropy.
temperature

111. A piece of zinc placed in a blue copper BECAUSE copper is a much more active metal
nitrate solution will displace the copper than zinc.
from the solution, producing
copper metal and a colorless Zn2*
solution

1L2. A wooden splint is set on fire and blown BECAUSE CO, gas contains oxygen.
out,leaving a hot, glowing end. When
the glowing splint is inserted into a
sample of purified CO, gas, it will
reignite into a flame

113. The sulfur in SO, is sp2 hybridized BECAUSE SO, has linear electron pair geometry.

174. The isotope Cl-37 has 17 protons, BECAUSE The atomic mass of chlorine is 35.43 amu.
17 neutrons and 77 electrons

115. At isothermal and isobaric conditions, BECAUSE Neon has a higher molar mass then
helium effuses faster than neon helium.

116. Bromine has a higher boiling point than BECAUSE Bromine has stronger dispersion forces
chlorine than chlorine.

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Directions: Each,of the incomplete statements or questions below is followed by five suggested-completions
on the answer
answers. Select thL one that is best for each case and fiil in oval
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double displacement reaction of an aqueous
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29. H, (g) + Cl, (g) -+ 2 HCI (g) o, (g) -+ So, (g)


s (s) + AHo= -297kl
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The above reaction is classified as a 2 frr(g) + O, (g) -->zSOe (g) AHo=-198 kJ
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what is the heat of reaction for the formation
(B) Double Displacement of SO3 (g) provided below?
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oxidation-reduction reaction?
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(A) H2 {d + O, (g) -+ HrO (l)
, JJ. Which of the following compounds would be
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(B) NaOH (aq) + HCI (aq) -+ NaCl (aq) +
a white, crystalline solid? =
H2O (1)

(C) H2O2 (l)-+ HrO (1) + O, (g) (A) CsHs


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H, (g) (D) CrrO,
(E) Mgo
3L. The enthalpy of formation of H*(g) is 1536
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kJ/mole. What is the heat of formation of H,
34. Which of the following compounds would be ':'1.:
gas?
predicted to have the highest melting point? ..t
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(B) 1536 k] ,::j
(B) Hi
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(c) H2s
(D) *1536 kl
(D) H2O
(E) 1o72kl
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35. Whieh,of the following elements would have 39. Quartz, SiOr, has a high melting point and
the largest atomic radius? is insoluble in most solvents. lAlhich type of
force best accounts for the physical properiies
(A) CI of quartz?
(B) F
(A) Hydrogen bonding
(C) Li
(B) Covalent bonding
(D) Ne
(C) Ionic bonding
(E) Na
(D) P bonding
(E) Dispersion forces
36. Which atom would require the shortest wave-
length photon to remove a single electron?
40. Which of the following atoms would have the
(A) Mg largest ionic radii?
(B) Si
(A) F
(C) P
G) O-2
(D) S
(C) Na+
(E) C1
(D) Mg*2
(E) Al+3
.a/. Which of the elernents below is most likely to
form compounds in which it has an incomplete
octet? 41. Which of the following elements would have
the lowest first ionization energy?
(A) B
(A) Fluorine
(B) C
(B) Oxygen
(C) N
(C) Nitrogen
(D) O
(D) Carbon
(E) F
(E) Boron

38. Which element is most likely represented by


X in the oxygen-containing ion, XOn3-? 42. Which of the gases below has the greatest
average kinetic energy at 25 EC and 1 atm?
(A) C
(A) Ne
(B) N
(B) Ar
(C) P
(C) CO
(D) S
(D) CO2
(E) CI
(E) All these gases would have the same
average kinetic energy under these
conditions.

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43. Whicn-ofthefollowingis themostappropriate 46. Whichof the following species has a molecular
definition of the noinal boiling poi"t of u shape most similar to that of ammonia, NH3?
liquid?
(A) BH3
(A) The temperature at which the Iiquid
(B) H2O
boils.
(B) The pressure at which the liquid boils at
(c) H"o*
100 EC. (D) CH4
(C) The ternperature at which the liquid's (E) NH4*
vapor pressure is 1 atm.
(D) 100 EC. A-+28
(E) Dependent upon the pressure above the 47. The initial rates method was used to study
liquid. the reaction above. Determine the rate
expression and calculate the rate constant for
the reaction.
44. Sodium-24, a radioactive isotope used
medically in blood studies, decays by beta
lAl(mol/L) rate (mol/L.s)
decay and has a half-life of 15.0 hours. What is
the product of the radioactive decay of Na-24? 0.250 3.40 x 102
0.500 1.36 x 103
(A) F-20 1.00 5.44 x 103

(B) Ne-24 (A) Rate = 5.44; 1gs141z


(C) Ne-23 (B) Rate =1.36 x 103[,4.]2
(D) Na-23 (C) Rate =5.M x 103[.4.]

G) Mg-2a (D) Rate = 1..36 x 103[A]


(E) Rate = 1.84 x 10-4[4]2
45. Which of the following ions or molecules has
a nonzero dipole moment?

(A) CO2
(B) NO3-
(c) Po43*
(D) SO2
(E) sonz-

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= tn'u 50. Which change could take place at the anode


COG) + 2 H2(g) = CHrOH(g) S of an electrochemical cell?
(at 2L0 "C); AHO = -128.2 kJlmol
(A) Cu2* to Cu
48. Equal molar amounts of .CO and Ht are (B) CIO;to Clo-
t"ul"d in a container and'allowed to react
according to the reaction equation above until (C) Cl- to C12
equilibrium is established' The container is (D) H+ to Ht
then compressed, at constant temPerature'
(E) 02 to Hro
to half iti original volume' Which of the
following statements describes what happens
when thi container is comPressed? 51. Which compound of oxygen is most likely to
contain an O-O bond?
(A) When equilibrium is re-established'
all three species have the same partial (A) CO2
Pressure. (B) NOz
(B) More moles of Hr (g) are present after (c) so2
comPression than before'
(D) H2O2
(C) The equilibrium constant changes in
(E) TiO2
such JwaY as to relieve the aPPlied
Pressure'
(D) When equilibrium is re-established, the 52. Titanium tetrachloride, TiCla, is a liquid at
total pressure in the container is the room temperature and has a very high vapor
same as before the comPression' pressure. Which statement best explains these
observations?
(E) When equilibrium is re-established, the
partial pressure of CHrOH(g) is higher (A) Titanium tetrachloride is an ionic
than before comPression' compound, with Ti4+ and Cl- ions
arranged in a lattice.

2 Al(s) + 6 HCl(aq) -+ 2Al3*(aq) + 6C1-(aq) (B) Titanium tetrachloride is a molecular


3Hr(g) substance, with TiCln molecules held
together bY covalent bonds'
49. The reaction above is best described as a(n)
(C) The bonding in titanium tetrachloride
(A) preciPitation reaction' is metallic, with a sea of electrons being
shared equally between all the atoms in
(B) acid/base reaction.
a sample.
(C) redox reaction. a network
(D) Titanium tetrachloride is
(D) combustion reaction' covalent substance, with an essentially
(E) decompositionreaction infinite lattice of covalently-bonded Ti
and Cl atoms.
(E) Titanium tetrachloride is simply a
mixture of titanium atoms and chlorine
atoms, which are not bonded to each
other in anY Particulat way'

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53. HCI (aq) + Zn (s) -+ ZnCIr(aq) + H, (g) 56. How many moles of potassium ions are
In the reaction above, which term best
present in 2.50 L of 0.200 M potassium
sulfate?
describes the role of HCI (aq)?
(A) 0.0800 mol
(A) Brsnsted acid
(B) 0.160 mol
(B) Oxidizing agent
(C) 0.400 mol l'
(C) Reducing agent
(D) 0.500 mol
(D) Precipitate
(E) i.00 mol :

(E) Cathode

....NarPOn (aq) + ....Mg(NOJ2 (aq) -+


54. Which type of reaction involves the greatest
amount of energy per mole of reactant? ....Mgu(POn)2 (s) + ....NaNO, (aq) '.1
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(A) Precipitation reactions


57. Equal volumes of 0.10 M sodium phosphate
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and 0.10 M magnesium nitrate are mixed


(B) Acid/base reactions according to the unbalanced reaction equation
(C) Redox reactions above. Which of the following statements is
true regarding the reaction?
(D) Combustion reactions :

(E) Nuclear reactions (A) When the reaction is complete, the :

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concentrations of both magnesium and .;'l
phosphate are essentially 0.
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55. Hydrochloricacid, HCI (aq), is a verycommon (B) Magnesium nitrate is the limiting
laboratory reagent for many purposes: as an
reactant.
acid, an oxidizing agent, and a source of
Cl- ions. Which of the following reagents will (C) Sodium phosphate is the limiting
react with 0.20 M HCI to give a precipitate? reactant.
Assume equal volumes of solutions. (D) Since nitrate ion is a spectator ion, the
concentration of nitrate ion in the final
(A) 0.20 M lead nitrate, Pb(NOg)z
solution will be the same as in the
(B) 0.10 M barium hydroxide, Ba(OH), original magnesium nitrate solution.
(C) 0.20 M sodium acetate, NaCHTCOO (E) NarPOn and Mg(NOr), react in a
(D) Silver metal, Ag (s) 1:1 ratio.

(E) Bromine-water, Br, (aq)

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Praetice Test 3

....NarPOn (aq) + ....Mg(NO), (aq) -+ 60. The combustion of octane, CsH16, has
....Mgr(POn)2 (s) + ....NaNO, (aq) Mo."u"tior, <0 and N'rua.dor, >0. Which of the
following statements is FALSE regarding the
58. Equal volirmes of 0.10 M sodium phosphate
combustion of octane?
and 0.10 M magnesium nitrate are mixed
according to the unbalanc.ed reaction equation (A) The reaction is spontaneous at room
above. When the reaction is complete, what temperature.
is the concentration of sodium ions in the
(B) The reaction is spontaneous at all
solution?
temperatures.
(A) -0 M, because all the sodium ions will (C) The reaction products are carbon dioxide
precipitate and water vapor.
(B) 0.05 M (D) The reaction is a redox process.
(c) M
0.10 (E) The reaction is endothermic at room
(D) 0.15 M temperature.
(E) 0.30 M
67. For a given reaction, which of the following
values can be determined from the value
59. Determine the heat of reaction for the
of AG'?
combustion of sulfur dioxide
zSOr(g) + O, (g) -+ 2SOr(g) I. Cell potential, E'
IL Activation energy, Ea
given the following thermochemical III. Equilibrium constant, K"o
equations:
(A) I and II only
L Sr (s) + 8 O, (g) + 8 SOle) NL=-2374.6k1
tr. Sr (s) + 12Or(g) +
8 rcg(g) AH = -3165.8kJ (B) I and III only
(C) III only
(A) -5540.4 kl
(D) I, II, and III
(B) -1385.1 kJ
(E) None of these
(Q) -191.2k1
:! (D) -1e7.8 kl
62. Calcium hydroxide, Ca(OH)2, has a lower
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1i (E) -791,2k1 solubility in water than some of the other
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il: Group II hydroxides (Krp = 4.0 x 10-6 at 25eC).
In a saturated solution of calcium hydroxide
at this temperature, what is the concentration
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of calcium ions?
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(A) 2.0 x 10{
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(D) 1.3 x 10-2

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CHuOH(g) + CO(g) +ZHr{g) 64. In the laboratory a student was determining


Ko = 0.009 (at 210 qC); ffi = +'t28.2k1 /mot the formula for the hydrate of barium
63. A sample of methanol is placed in a sealed chloride, BaClr. The student cleaned, dried
container, heated to 210eC, and allowed and determined the mass of the crucible and
to establish equilibrium. according to the :o":" The student then added a sample of
the hydrate to the crucible and determined
equation above. The vessel is then heated,
at constant pressnre/ to 250 qC. Which of the the mass. The student heated the sample
following will happen when the vessel is in the crucible strongly for 10 minutes. The
heated? sample in the crucible and cover was cooled
and the mass was determined. The mass data
(A) The value of the equilibrium constant is provided in the table below:
will increase.
Mass of crucible and cover tt.OZS grams
(B) The value of the equilibrium constant I
will decrease. Mass of crucible, cover and I B.AZZ grams
sample prior to heating
(C) The reaction will produce more moles of I

Mass of crucible, cover and ZS.ZZO grams


CHrOH(g). I
sample after heating I
(D) The system will relieve the stress by
shifting toward the side with fewer After the heating, how many moles of water
moles of gaseous reaction species. were removed from the sample?
(E) As long as the pressure is constant, (A) 0.AL42moles
the equilibrium need not shift, and
the relative amounts of reactants and (B) 0.0974moles
products stay the same. (C) 0.112 moles
(D) 0.256 moles
(E) 1.85 moles

65. The 0.256 grams of water is then divided by


the 18 g/mole, the molar mass of water to
provide the moles of water.
0.512 grams of water
1 mole of water
18.0 grams of water = 0.0742 moles water
Which of the following would be the best
next step in the procedure?
(A) Add additional BaCl, hydrate to rhe
crucible.
(B) Add distilled water to the crucible.
(C) Heat the crucible and contents for an
additional 10 minutes and mass again.
(D) Determine the melting point of the
product.
(E) No additional steps are necessary.

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66. For each pair of chemicals below, the amounts 69. Apossiblemechanismforthereactionof carbon
shown are dissolved, togethel, in water to monoxide with nitrogen dioxide is
make 1.0 L of solution. IAlhich mixture will 2 NOr(g) -+ NOr(g) + NO(g) (slow)
form a buffer solution?
NOr(g) + CO(g) -+ NOr(g) + COr(g) (fast)
(A) 0.2 mol of HCl and 0.1 mol of KrSO,
Which of the following could be the rate law
(B) 0.2 mol of NaOH and 0.4 mol of HF for this reaction?
(C) 0.1 mol of HBr and 0.1 mol of Ba(OH)t (A) Rate = klNO,l
(D) 0.4 mol of HCl and 0.2 mol of NH,
(B) Rate = klNOzl2
(E) 0.2 mol of NaOH and 0.4 mol of HCI
(c) Rate = ktNo3l tCOl
67. What would be appropriate units for the rate (D) Rate = ktNo3ltcollNo2l2
constant of a second-order reaction?
(E) Rate = ktNOltNO3l/[NO2]2
(A) s-1

(B) mot L*1


(C) mol L-1 s-1

(D) Lmol 1s-1


(E) mo12 L+ s4 STOP!
If you finish before time is up,
68. Which of the following statements does not you may checkyourwork.
accurately describe the action of a catalyst?

(A) A catalyst causes a reaction to proceed at


a faster rate.
(B) A catalyst lowers the activation energy of
a reaction.
(C) A catalyst affects the rate of both the
forward and the reverse reaction.
(D) A catalyst increases the rate constant of a
reaction.
(E) A catalyst increases the equilibrium
constant of a reaction.

I(APLAN 351
Answer
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1.A 24. C 47, A


2.8 25. A 48. E
3.A 26. A 49, C
4,C 27. C 50. c
5.A 28. C 51. D
6.E 29. D 52. B
7,C 30. B 53. B
8.D 31. C 54. E
9.E 32. B 55. A
10. A 33. E 55. E
11. A 34. E 57. B
12. C 35. E 58. D
13. C 36. E 59. D
1,4. D 37. A 60. E
15. E 38. C 61. B
1,6. A 39. B 62. C
17. D 40. B 63. A
18. E 41. E 64. A
19. A 42. E 65. C
20. B 43. C 66. B
27. D M.E 67. D
22. A 45. D 6'9. E
23. E 46. C 69. B

101. T,TCE 109. F, F


702. T,T 110. F, T
103. F, F 111. T, T, CE
1.04. F,T 112, T,F
105. F, F 113. E,T
106. T, T, CE 114. T,T
707. T,T,CE 115. E, T
108. F, T 116. T, T, CE

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