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The 2 in H2O is known as a ____________________________.
a) subscript
b) coefficient
c) product
d) formula

A change that produces a new substance is called a ______________________.
a) chemical change
b) physical change
c) chemical reaction
d) products

Burning paper is an example of a __________________________________.
a) chemical change
b) physical change
c) chemical reaction
d) state change

The 2 in front of this-------2HCL is known as a ________________________.
a) coefficient
b) subscript
c) product
d) reactant

In chemical reactions, energy is either _______________ or _______________.
a) released or absorbed
b) taken away or given off
c) given off and given away
d) released or given off

Which of the following is not a characteristic of Alkali Metals?
a) 7 outer electrons
b) react violently
c) 1 outer electron
d) metals

Which of the following is not a characteristic of Halogens?
a) react violently
b) 7 outer electrons
c) bond easily
d) can be solids, liquids, or gases

Which of the following is not a characteristic of Noble gases?
a) bond easily
b) 8 outer electrons
c) very stable
d) gases

Blowing up a balloon is an example of a _____________________.
a) physical change
b) chemical change
c) chemical reaction
d) change in state

Baking a cake is an example of a ___________________.
a) chemical change
b) physical change
c) chemical reaction
d) change in state

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