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1. The most active nonmetallic element is
A. chlorineB. fluorineC. oxygenD. sulfurE.
2. The order of decreasing activity of the halogens is
A. Cl, I, BrB. F, Cl, Br, IC. Cl, F, Br, ID. Cl, Br, I, FE.
3. A light-sensitive substance used on photographic films has the formula
A. AgBrB. CaF2C. CuClD. MgBr2E.
4. Sulfur dioxide is the anhydride of
A. hydrosulfuric acidB. sulfurous acidC. sulfuric acidD. hyposulfurous acidE.
5. The charring action of sulfuric acid is due to its being
A. a strong acidB. an oxidizing agentC. a reducing agentD. a dehydrating agentE.
6. Ammonia is prepared commercially by the
A. decomposition of saltsB. arc processC. combining of hydrogen and nitrogen gases(Haber process)D. contact processE.
7. A nitrogen compound that has a color is
A. nitric oxideB. nitrous oxideC. nitrogen dioxideD. ammoniaE.
8. If a student heats a mixture of ammonium chloride and calcium hydroxide in a test tube, he will detect
A. no reactionB. the odor of ammoniaC. the odor of rotten eggsD. nitric acid fumesE.
9. The difference between ammonia and the ammonium ion is
A. an electronB. a neutronC. a protonD. hydroxideE.
10. An important ore of iron is
A. bauxiteB. galenaC. hematiteD. smithsoniteE.
11. A reducing agent used in the blast furnace is
A. CaCO3B. COC. O2D. SiO2E.
12. The metal with the electron shell configuration of [Ar] 3d10 s1 is
A. CuB. AgC. AuD. ZnE. Al
13. The placement of the halogen family in the Periodic Table explains which of the following statements?
I. The most active nonmetallic element in the periodic table is fluorine.
II. The normal physical state of the halogens goes from a solid to a gaseous state as you go down the family.
III. The halogen elements become ions by filling the outermost d orbital.
A. I onlyB. II onlyC. I and IID. II and IIIE. I and III
14. Which of the following properties are attributed to most metals?
I. They are conductors of heat and electricity.
II. They are malleable and ductile.
III. They are all solids at room temperature.
A. I onlyB. II onlyC. I and IID. I and IIIE. I, II, and III
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