SAT Chemistry Online Practice Test 3: Part A

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1. At a particular temperature and pressure, three states of a substance may coexist.

A. Law of Definite Composition
B. Nuclear fusion
C. van der Waals forces
D. Graham's Law of Diffusion (Effusion)
E. Triple point

2. The combining of nuclei to release energy.

A. Law of Definite Composition
B. Nuclear fusion
C. van der Waals forces
D. Graham's Law of Diffusion (Effusion)
E. Triple point

3. The ratio of the rate of movement of hydrogen gas compared with the rate of oxygen gas is 4 : 1.

A. Law of Definite Composition
B. Nuclear fusion
C. van der Waals forces
D. Graham's Law of Diffusion (Effusion)
E. Triple point

4. The molecules of nitrogen monoxide and nitrogen dioxide differ by a multiple of the mass of one oxygen.

A. Law of Definite Composition
B. Nuclear fusion
C. van der Waals forces
D. Graham's Law of Diffusion (Effusion)
E. Triple point

5.

Question below refers to the following diagram:

The H of the reaction to form CO from C + O2

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Question below refers to the following diagram:

The H of the reaction to form CO2 from CO + O2

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B.
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Question below refers to the following diagram:

The H of the reaction to form CO2 from C + O2

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8. The type of bond between atoms of potassium and chloride when they form a crystal of potassium chloride

A. Hydrogen bond
B. Ionic bond
C. Polar covalent bond
D. Nonpolar covalent bond
E. Metallic bond

9. The type of bond between the atoms in a nitrogen molecule

A. Hydrogen bond
B. Ionic bond
C. Polar covalent bond
D. Nonpolar covalent bond
E. Metallic bond

10. The type of bond between the atoms in a molecule of CO2 (electronegativity difference = 1)

A. Hydrogen bond
B. Ionic bond
C. Polar covalent bond
D. Nonpolar covalent bond
E. Metallic bond

11. The type of bond between the atoms of calcium in a crystal of calcium

A. Hydrogen bond
B. Ionic bond
C. Polar covalent bond
D. Nonpolar covalent bond
E. Metallic bond

12.

The slope of volume vs. pressure for a gas at constant temperature

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B.
C.
D.
E.

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The slope of pressure vs. temperature for a gas at constant volume

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B.
C.
D.
E.

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The slope of volume vs. temperature for a gas at constant pressure

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B.
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D.
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15. The elements that most actively react with water to release hydrogen

A. Least-reactive family of elements
B. Alkali metals
C. Halogen family of elements
D. Noble gases
E. Family whose oxides form acids in water

16. The elements least likely to become involved in chemical reactions

A. Least-reactive family of elements
B. Alkali metals
C. Halogen family of elements
D. Noble gases
E. Family whose oxides form acids in water

17. Family that contains elements in the colored gaseous state, in the liquid state, and with metallic properties

A. Least-reactive family of elements
B. Alkali metals
C. Halogen family of elements
D. Noble gases
E. Family whose oxides form acids in water

18. Group of nonmetallic elements containing N and P

A. Least-reactive family of elements
B. Alkali metals
C. Halogen family of elements
D. Noble gases
E. Family whose oxides form acids in water

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

A. 1s
B. 2s
C. 3s
D. 3p
E. 3d

21. Is exactly one-half filled in the ground state of the phosphorous atom

A. 1s
B. 2s
C. 3s
D. 3p
E. 3d

22. Contains the valence electrons in the ground state of the magnesium atom

A. 1s
B. 2s
C. 3s
D. 3p
E. 3d

23. Contains a filled orbital of electrons in the ground state of helium

A. 1s
B. 2s
C. 3s
D. 3p
E. 3d