Grade 9 Chemistry Unit Test (multiple Choice)

68 Questions  I  By Smartiecheez
A review test that helps review things within the chemistry unti such as, the atoms, ions, past atom theories/models, the periodic table (not every element), chemical and physical change, chemical reaction, chemical formulas, Bohr diagram, graphing results/reactions etc.   *Note: You might want to use a periodic table for this Test!

  
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1.  Ashton noticed that Cu, Zn and Ga are in the same horizontal row in the periodic table. She concluded that these three elements belong to the same:
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2.  What are some characteristics that molecular compounds have? Choose 3.
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3.  What are the parts of an atom?
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4.  What is the formula for a gas at room temperature?
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5.  A simple volcano demonstration in a science fair project requires that vinegar be mixed with baking soda. The result is bubbling and fizzing. The carbon dioxide produced in this reaction is the most accurately written as:  
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6.  What is the formula for a aqueous solution at room temperature?
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7.  Which of these properties are all non-metals and tend to create salts with metals?
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8.  What are the 2 types of compounds?
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9.  Balance the charges in the ionic compound Magnesium Chloride, the new formula would be:
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10.  Vitamin C identified by the chemical formula C6H8O6 (s) has:
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11.  Water (H20) is a common compound made up of:
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12.  Which of these mixtures are difficult to separate and is a cloudy mixture?
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13.  The numbers 3 and 8 in the chemical formula for propane, C3H8, are given a special name. They are called:
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14.  What are characteristics do a ionic compound have? Choose 4.
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15.  Since atoms are neutral, the number of electrons is equal to the number of:
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16.  What type of change is this: A blue green lobster turned red as it cooked.
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17.  Angelo required an aqueous solution of sodium chloride. He made the solution by dissolving salt in:
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18.  Which of these properties are extremely reactive and are silvered coloured and shiny?
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19.  Metals like to _____ electrons to become ____ ions.
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20.  Which of these mixtures can you easily see the different parts of it without a microscope (heterogeneous)?
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21.  The horizontal rows on the periodic table are called _______.
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22.  Ions in the same group like to have _____ charge.
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23.  Non-metals like to _____ electrons to become ______ ions.
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24.  How are ionic compounds formed?
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25.  The change that occurs when a substance changes from a solid to a gas is referred to as:  
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26.  What is an element?
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27.  How is a molecular/covalent compound formed?
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28.  Which of these properties are uncreative, colourless and odourless in room temperature?
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29.  Which of these properties are radioactive?
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30.  Which of these mixtures are easily separated with a filter and is a cloudy mixture?
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31.  What is the key idea of the Bohr Model?
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32.  Molecular compounds can be found in all three states of matter at room temperature. Which molecule compound is a liquid at room temperature?
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33.  Jason noticed that the periodic table had coloured sections. The seven elements between the metal and non-metal sections had their own colour. They represent a group called:
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34.  Erica was told by her science teacher that ‘amu’ is the basis of the element classification system. The symbol ‘amu’ stands for:  
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35.  What does the atomic number of an atom represent?  
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36.  What is the formula for a solid state at room temperature?
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37.  Several models of what the atom may have looked like were made. The earliest model, representing the atom as a positively charged sphere in which negatively charged electrons were embedded, was developed by:  
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38.  What do atoms like to have?
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39.  NaHCO3 indicates one molecule of baking soda and best represents the _____ for baking soda.  
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40.  What is a compound?
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41.  What does the word ‘atom’ mean?
42.  As you move from the left side of the periodic table to the right side the elements become:  
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43.  A chemistry poster indicated information on the number of particles in a newly discovered atom. According to the information in the poster the atomic number is:  Protons: 113      Electrons: 113     Neutrons: 281                      
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44.  What are chemical formulas used to represent?
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45.  The Canadian contribution to the study of the atom came about by a scientist who named and studied the nucleus. Who was he?
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46.  In the periodic table the element chlorine appears in a box containing important information. What does the number 17 in the box indicate?   
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47.  Some potassium oxide was placed in 9g of water. 112g of potassium hydroxide was produced. What mass of potassium oxide was used?
48.  “It’s like shooting a gun shell at a place of tissue paper and it comes back right at you.” These famous words were said by:  
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49.  What do you call pure substances that are formed from the attraction between positive ions and negative ions?  
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50.  Which of these properties are shiny and good conductors of heat and electricity?
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51.  Which of these properties are slightly less reactive than Alkali Metals?
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52.  What is the formula for a liquid at room temperature?
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53.  The chemical formula for copper (II) sulfate is CuSO4. The total number of atoms in one molecule of copper (II) sulfate is:
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54.  The vertical columns on the periodic table are called _______.
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55.  What is a polyatomic ion?
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56.  Name the molecular compound, CBr4 properly.
57.  What are the 4 types of reactions?
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58.  Which of these mixtures are mixed so well that the mixture looks like a substance (homogenous)?
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59.  What is a multivalent ion?
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60.  How many  electrons max. are allowed in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd shell in a Bohr Diagram?
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61.  Most atoms are neutral. To become a positive ion the atom must:
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62.  What is an atom?
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63.  How many naturally occuring elements exist?
64.  The change that occurs when a substance changes from a gas to a solid is referred to as:
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65.  How many elements are present in two molecules of aspirin? The formula for aspirin is C9H8O4.
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66.  How do you calculate the number of neutrons in an atom?
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67.  What does an atom represent?
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68.  What are the 2 different types of ions?
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