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Holy Spirit School of Tagbilaran


City of Tagbilaran
Fourth Quarter Test
CHEMISTRY 2
2018-2019

I. KNOWLEDGE (Remembering)
Write down what is being asked in the following questions.
______________1.
______________2. What are the four variables involved in gas laws?
______________3.
______________4.

Write down the general formula of the following gas laws


5. Boyle’s Law 6. Dalton’s Law 7. Charle’s Law

8. Avogadro’s Law 9. Lussac’s Law 10. Ideal Gas Law

______________11. What are the conditions for standard temperature and pressure?(STP)
______________12.

(Understanding)
MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE: Write TRUE on the line before the given statement if it is
correct. Write FALSE if it is not and change the underlined word or phrase to make it
true. Write the correct word on the second line.

______ __________ 13-14. The temperature of a gas is the result of a force that is produced
when gas particles hit the walls of a container.
______ __________ 15-16. Average Kinetic Energy of a gas is inversely proportional to its
absolute temperature.
______ __________ 17-18. If a gas were to reach a temperature of absolute zero, its particles
would have no energy or motion.

MULTIPLE CHOICE: Write the letter that corresponds to the correct answer

19. According to Boyle’s law, what will happen to the volume of a gas if its pressure decreases
by half while keeping the temperature constant?

a. It will be doubled c. It will increase four times


b. It will decrease by half d. It will decrease by one-fourth

20. As predicted by Charle’s law, what will happen to the volume of a gas as it is heated if the
pressure is to be kept constant?

a. It will increase c. It will not be affected


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b. It will decrease d. It cannot be determined

21. How is the pressure of a gas related to its temperature at constant volume?

a. equal c. inversely proportional


b. directly proportional d. not related in any way

22. Which gas law explains why 4.0g of He and 16.0g of CH4 will have the same volume at the
same pressure and temperature?

a. Avogadro’s law c. Charle’s law


b. Boyle’s law d. Lussac’s law

23. Which of the following gases is expected to have the fastest rate of effusion?

a. CO2 c. NO2
b. CH4 d. SO3

24. Why does pressure build up on tires on a hot day? (Assume that tire volume is constant)

a. As temperature increases, kinetic energy increases


b. As temperature increases, kinetic energy decreases
c. As temperature increases, pressure increases
d. Both a and c

(Applying)
DIRECTION: Read each item carefully and write your answers on the designated boxes
25. A sample of chlorine gas occupies a volume of 946 mL at a pressure of 726 mm Hg.
Calculate the pressure of the gas (in mm Hg) if the volume is reduced at constant
temperature to 154 mL.

26. A sample of oxygen gas has a volume of 20L at 740 mm Hg. What will be the volume of the
gas at 2.00 atm if temperature is made constant?

27. A sample of the gaseous anesthetic cyclopropane, with a volume of 425mL at a temperature
of 27°C, is cooled at constant pressure to 20°C. What is the new volume, in millilitres of the
sample?

28. A sample of methane gas has an initial volume of 0.76L at 98°C. At what temperature in °C
will the volume of this gas increase to 1.21L?

29. A sample of gas at 26°C has a pressure of 1.5atm. Calculate the final pressure in
atmospheres if the temperature is changed to 98°C at constant volume.

30. A sample of sulfur dioxide gas kept in sealed tank has a pressure of 135kPa at temperature
of 30°C. The pressure in the container is then increased to 202kPa.What would be the
temperature in °C of the gas at this new condition?

31. A gas mixture contains O2,N2, and Ar at partial pressures of 125,175 and 225 mm Hg,
respectively. If CO2 gas is added to the mixture until the total pressure reaches
623 mmHg, what is the partial pressure, in mm Hg of CO2?
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32. A gas mixture contains He, Ne and H2S at partial pressures of 125, 175 and 225 mm Hg,
respectively. If all of the H2S is removed from the mixture, what will be the partial pressure in
mm Hg of Ne?

For numbers 33 -34 refer to the problem below.


Suppose you have three containers, one filled with 1 mole of nitrogen gas,
another filled with 1 mole of hydrogen gas, and one filled with 1 mole of carbon dioxide
gas.

33. Find the volume of 64.0g O2 gas at STP.


34. What is the volume of 88.0g CO2 gas at STP?

35. What is the temperature in degrees Celsius of 5.23 moles helium gas confined to a volume
of 5.23 L at a pressure of 5.23 atm?

36. Calculate the volume in liters of 0.100 mole of O2 gas at 0°C and 2.00 atm pressure.

For numbers 37 – 38 refer to the problem below.

Ammonium sulfate, an important fertilizer, can be prepared by the reaction of


ammonia with sulfuric acid according to the following balanced equation:

2 NH3 (g) + H2SO4 ‡ (NH4)2SO4 (aq)

37. Calculate the moles of NH3 to react with 150kg of H2SO4

38. Calculate the volume of NH3 (in liters) needed at 20ºC and 25.0 atm to react with 150 kg of
H2SO4.

39. Under the same conditions of temperature and pressure, how many times faster will
hydrogen effuse compared to carbon dioxide?

40. If the carbon dioxide in problem # 39 takes 32 seconds to effuse, how long will the hydrogen
take?

(Analyzing)
For numbers 41- 43 refer to the problem below.

A bubble at the bottom of a pond has a volume of 0.75mL. The pressure at the
bottom of the pond is 2.5 atm and the temperature is 15°C.

41. What will be the final volume of the bubble as it rises to the surface of the pond where the
pressure is 1.0 atm and the temperature is 25°C?

42 – 43. Will the bubble expand or shrink? Justify your answer.

For numbers 44 – 45 refer to the problem below.


Consider the flask diagram below with the following pressures 492 torr for H2 and 0.376 atm for N2.
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44. What are the final partial pressures of H2 and N2 after the stopcock between the 2 flask is
opened?

45. Assume the final volume is 3.00L, what is the total pressure in torr?

For numbers 46 -47 refer to the problem below.


Two perfumes are released at the same time. You are standing 7.5 meters from
both of them. Perfume A has a particle mass of 275 amu and Perfume B has a particle
mass of 205 amu.

46. Which perfume will you smell first?

47. If you smell the first perfume in 15 seconds, how long from the time they were released will it
take you to smell the second perfume?

For numbers 48 – 49 refer to the problem below.


I have made a thermometer which measures temperature by the compressing
and expanding of gas in a piston. I have measured that at 100 °C the volume of the
piston is 20L.

48. What is the temperature outside if the piston has a volume of 15L?

49. What would be the appropriate clothing for the weather?

For numbers 50 – 52 refer to the problem below.


Aerosol cans can be dangerous when they are heated because they can
explode. Suppose a can of insecticide with a pressure of 4.0 atm at room temperature
(28°C) is thrown into a fire.

50. What will be its pressure if the temperature of the gas inside the can reaches 400°C?
51 – 52. Would you expect the can to explode if the maximum safe pressure is 8.0 atm? Justify
your answer.
(Process)
Instruction: Indicate the Gas Law used in each situation, and justify your answer.Answer
briefly but precisely. (3pts each)
1. Marlon made Lung model out of plastic bottle, straw and balloons. He test his lung model to
make sure that it will work. As he pulls the straw, it creates more space and fills the balloon
with air. As he let go of the straw, space no longer exist and the balloon deflates.

2. Leticia and her friends love to play football during winter days. She inflated the ball inside
their house. When she took it outside, she noticed that the ball shrunk slightly.

3. The bubbles exhaled by a scuba diver grow as he approach the surface of the ocean.

4. Popcorn is one of the world’s favourite snack. It pops when exposed to higher temperature.
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(Understanding)
Instruction: Answer the given questions below.
1. You’re a junior architect in AEPT company that wants to lessen the congestion problem of
traffic here in Bohol, your team leader task you to create your own aerial machine that can
serve as a transportation vehicle. For your design proposal you will be guided with the
following:

a. Sketch of your invention (4pts)


b. Gas law that governs your invention (2pts)
c. How will your invention work in relation to the gas law (4pts)
d. How will your invention affect the current situation of the ozone layer (3pts)
2. What makes gas stoichiometry important in LPG refilling stations? (3pts)

------------------------------------------------ END OF TEST ------------------------------------------------------

“ I have not failed. I’ve successfully discovered 10,000 things that won’t work.”
- Thomas Edison

Prepared by: Checked by:


Ms. Kristine Gallogo Mrs. Leonita Ondoy
Chem 2 Teacher SA Coordinator
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Answer Sheet in Chem 2


Score: _______/80

CN____Name:__________________________________________Grade12 : ___________

Name and Signature of Parent/Guardian______________________________

I. KNOWLEDGE

1. 5. 6. 7.

2.

3.

4.

8. 9. 10. 11.

12.

UNDERSTANDING
MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE: Write TRUE on the line before the given statement if it is
correct. Write FALSE if it is not and change the underlined word or phrase to make it
true. Write the correct word on the second line.
______ ___________________ 13-14.
______ ___________________ 15-16.
______ ___________________ 17-18.
MULTIPLE CHOICE: Write the letter that corresponds to the correct answer
19. 20 21. 22. 23. 24.

APPLYING (write the final answer in their designated boxes)


Pls. provide another sheet of paper for the solutions.
25. 33

26. 34.
27. 35.

28. 36.

29. 37.

30. 38.

31. 39.

32. 40.
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ANALYZING

41. 47.

42. 48.

43. 49.

44. 50.

45. 51.

46. 52.

PROCESS

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59-61

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UNDERSTANDING

a. Sketch of your invention (4pts)


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b. Gas law that governs your invention (2pts)

c. How will your invention work in relation to the gas law (4pts)

d. How will your invention affect the current situation of the ozone layer (3pts)

2. What makes gas stoichiometry important in LPG refilling stations? (3pts)