SAT Chemistry Online Practice Test 4: Part A

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1. Question below refer to the following diagram:

The activation energy of the forward reaction is shown by

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2. Question below refer to the following diagram:

The activation energy of the reverse reaction is shown by

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3. Question below refer to the following diagram:

The heat of the reaction for the forward reaction is shown by

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4. Question below refer to the following diagram:

The potential energy of the reactants is shown by

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To plate silver on the spoon, the position to which the wire from the spoon must be connected

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The position of the anode

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The position from which silver that is plated out emerges

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Question below matchs the following equations to the appropriate descriptions:

This equation shows the volume decreasing as the pressure is increased when the temperature is held constant. It is an example of Boyle's Law.

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Question below matchs the following equations to the appropriate descriptions:

This equation shows the pressure increasing as the temperature is increased when the volume is held constant. It is an example of Gay-Lussac's Law.

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Question below matchs the following equations to the appropriate descriptions:

This equation shows the volume increasing as the temperature is increased when the pressure is held constant. It is an example of Charles's Law.

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Question below matchs the following equations to the appropriate descriptions:

This equation shows that the total pressure of a mixture of gases is equal to the sum of the partial pressures of the component gases.

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12. When the following equation: Cu(s) + HNO3(aq) → Cu(NO3)2(aq) + H2O() + NO(g) is balanced, what will be the coefficient, in the lowest whole number, of Cu?

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
E. 5

13. If 6 moles of Cu reacted according to the above balanced equation, what will be the number of moles of NO that would be formed?

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
E. 5

14. If Cu(NO3)2 goes into solution as ions, what will be the number of ions into which it will dissociate?

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
E. 5

15. MgCl2(s)

A. Ionic substance
B. Polar covalent substance
C. Nonpolar covalent substance
D. Amorphous substance
E. Metallic network

16. HCl(g)

A. Ionic substance
B. Polar covalent substance
C. Nonpolar covalent substance
D. Amorphous substance
E. Metallic network

17. CH3-CH3(g)

A. Ionic substance
B. Polar covalent substance
C. Nonpolar covalent substance
D. Amorphous substance
E. Metallic network

18. Cu(s)

A. Ionic substance
B. Polar covalent substance
C. Nonpolar covalent substance
D. Amorphous substance
E. Metallic network

19. The reason why a blue crystal of CuSO4 · 5H2O turns white when heated

A. Brownian movement
B. Litmus paper reaction
C. Phenolphthalein reaction
D. Dehydration
E. Deliquescent

20. The zigzag path of colloidal particles in light

A. Brownian movement
B. Litmus paper reaction
C. Phenolphthalein reaction
D. Dehydration
E. Deliquescent

21. The pink color in a basic solution

A. Brownian movement
B. Litmus paper reaction
C. Phenolphthalein reaction
D. Dehydration
E. Deliquescent

22. The pink color in an acid solution

A. Brownian movement
B. Litmus paper reaction
C. Phenolphthalein reaction
D. Dehydration
E. Deliquescent

23. The adsorbtion of water to the surface of a crystal

A. Brownian movement
B. Litmus paper reaction
C. Phenolphthalein reaction
D. Dehydration
E. Deliquescent