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You are given 100.0 ml of a 2.0 M solution of KOH. What would be the molarity of the solution if it is diluted to a volume of 1000 ml?
a) 2 M b) 0.002 M c) 0.02 M d) 0.2 M
How many grams of Al2Cl3 are needed to create a 6.7 M solution using 400ml of water?
a) 356 g b) 430 g c) 512 g d) 2.69 g
How many ml of solution are needed to make a 5.78 M solution with 2.98 moles of CaO?
a) 520 mL b) 0.52 mL c) 0.0532 mL d) 53.2 mL
Which of the following has the least energy?
a) gamma rays b) x-rays c) microwaves d) radio waves
Iron has ________ electrons in the third energy level?
a) 13 b) 14 c) 15 d) 8
Which form of electromagnetic radiation has the lowest frequency?
a) radio waves b) microwaves c) visible light d) x-rays
Which form of electromagnetic radiation has the shortest wavelength?
a) radio waves b) microwaves c) x-rays d) visible light
The following ground state electron configuration represents which element? 1s2 2s2 2p5
a) B b) F c) O d) C
Which ion does not have the same electron configuration of Argon(1s2, 2s2 2p6, 3s2 3p6)?
a) Ca+2 b) Na+1 c) K+1 d) Cl-1
You are given 250.0 ml of a 12.0 M solution of CsOH. What would be the volume of the solution if it is diluted to a concentration of 5M?
a) 0.6 L b) 6 L c) 60 L d) 600 L
which compound has an atom with an oxidation number of -3
a) (NH4)2SO4 b) CO2 c) CaCl2 d) NaClO4
How much water must be evaporated from 500 mL of 1 M NaOH to make it 2.5 M?
a) 100 mL b) 200 mL c) 300 mL d) 400 mL
Select the compound that is NOT a conductor in aqueous solution:
a) CH3OH b) CuSO4 c) HCl d) NaCl
The correct ranking of halogens, from the most reactive to the least reactive, is:
a) Cl-F-Br-I b) I-Cl-F-Br c) F-Cl-Br-I d) Cl-Br-F-I
The frequency of the strong red line in the electromagnetic spectrum of potassium is 3.91 x 1014 Hz. What is the wavelength of this light in nanometers?
a) 767 nm b) 706 nm c) 634 nm d) 412 nm
The spectral line of lithium occurs at 671 nm. Calculate the energy of one photon of this light.
a) 1.41 x 10^-19 J b) 2.96 x 10^-19 J c) 1.46 x 10^-19 J d) 3.45 x 10^-19 J
The Pauli Exclusion Principle states that
a) no two electrons can have the same energy b) no two electrons can have the same four quantum numbers c) no two electrons can occupy separate orbitals d) electrons will fill lowest energy levels first
Which of the following is considered a metalloid?
a) Cr b) Mn c) Si d) S
The atom with the largest radius is
a) Kr b) Bi c) He d) Br
Which of the following is incorrectly identified?
a) HCl - strong acid b) H2CO3 - weak acid c) NaOH - strong base d) Al(OH)3 - strong base
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