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1. At a particular temperature and pressure, three states of a substance may coexist.
A. Law of Definite CompositionB. Nuclear fusionC. van der Waals forcesD. Graham's Law of Diffusion (Effusion)E. Triple point
2. The combining of nuclei to release energy.
3. The ratio of the rate of movement of hydrogen gas compared with the rate of oxygen gas is 4 : 1.
4. The molecules of nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide differ by a multiple of the mass of one oxygen.
Question below refers to the following diagram:
The H of the reaction to form CO from C + O2
A. B. C. D. E.
The H of the reaction to form CO2 from CO + O2
The H of the reaction to form CO2 from C + O2
8. The type of bond between atoms of potassium and chloride when they form a crystal of potassium chloride
A. Hydrogen bondB. Ionic bondC. Polar covalent bondD. Nonpolar covalent bondE. Metallic bond
9. The type of bond between the atoms in a nitrogen molecule
10. The type of bond between the atoms in a molecule of CO2 (electronegativity difference = 1)
11. The type of bond between the atoms of calcium in a crystal of calcium
The slope of volume vs. pressure for a gas at constant temperature
The slope of pressure vs. temperature for a gas at constant volume
The slope of volume vs. temperature for a gas at constant pressure
15. The elements that most actively react with water to release hydrogen
A. Least-reactive family of elementsB. Alkali metalsC. Halogen family of elementsD. Noble gasesE. Family whose oxides form acids in water
16. The elements least likely to become involved in chemical reactions
17. Family that contains elements in the colored gaseous state, in the liquid state, and with metallic properties
18. Group of nonmetallic elements containing N and P
19. Contains up to ten electrons
A. 1s B. 2s C. 3s D. 3p E. 3d
20. Contains one pair of electrons in the ground state of the lithium atom
21. Is exactly one-half filled in the ground state of the phosphorous atom
22. Contains the valence electrons in the ground state of the magnesium atom
23. Contains a filled orbital of electrons in the ground state of helium
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