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Organic chemistry is the study of
a) processes occurring in living things
b) the composition of materials
c) most carbon-containing compounds
d) the properties of matter

Analytical chemistry is the study of
a) the composition of matter
b) the use of math and computers in science
c) non-carbon containing compounds
d) the properties of matter

Biochemistry is the study of
a) carbon-containing compounds
b) non carbon containing compounds
c) the processes occurring in living things
d) the identification and components of matter

Properties that depend on the amount of matter present are called
a) intensive
b) extensive
c) physical
d) chemical

Where are metals located on the periodic table?
a) on the stairstep line
b) to the right of the stairstep line
c) to the left of the stairstep line
d) only in the far right column

Horizontal rows on the periodic table are called
a) periods
b) groups
c) families
d) columns

Where are noble gases located on the periodic table?
a) in the bottom two rows
b) in the far left column
c) along the stairstep line
d) in the far right column

When research is carried out to solve a particular problem it is called
a) basic research
b) applied research
c) technological development
d) analytical research

Identify the element found in period 6 group 5
a) Mo
b) S
c) Bi
d) Ta

Calcium (Ca) would be classified as a
a) non metal
b) an alkaline earth metal
c) an alkali metal
d) a halogen

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