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Rate Of Reactions_ Endo & Exo_acids And Bases

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Rate of Reactions_ Endo & Exo_Acids and Bases
This is a quiz created for 8th grade Physical Science students. This is the last bit of chemistry that is covered in our AL Course of Study before moving into our Physics sections. This covers rates of chemical reactions, endothermic and exothermic reactions and acids and bases.

  
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1.  What is the pH of a neutral solution?
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2.  What kind of reaction is sugar and sulfuric acid (H2SO4)?
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3.  Is soap an acid, base or neutral solution?
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4.  In a chemical reaction, adding a catalyst will
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5.  Breaking a solid reactant into smaller pieces will
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6.  What process is the following animation showing?
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7.  Which kinds of reactions absorb energy?
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8.  What would be a reasonable pH for a base that is not very strong and not very weak?
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9.  What kind of a reaction is ice cream melting?
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10.  When the reactants have more energy than is needed what happens to this extra energy?
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11.  Which kind of reaction is photosynthesis?
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12.  If a solution has a pH above 7 then you know that the solution is a/an ____________.
13.  What kind of a reaction is a firefly's glow?
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14.  What is the movement of water from an area of low solute concentration to an area of high solute concentration?
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15.  If a solution has a lot of H+ (Hydrogen ions), will it be an acid, base or neutral?
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16.  What is it called when acids and bases destroy each other's chemical properties?
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17.  Which of the following is not a characteristic of bases?
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18.  If the reaction needs more energy than the reactants have, then the reaction will be
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19.  What happens to a catalyst in a chemical reaction?
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20.  What does a light stick and a nuclear reaction have in common?
21.  What are the 4 things that can affect the rate of a reaction?
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22.  Bonus #2If you have equal amounts of  of HCl (hydrochloric acid) and NaOH (sodium hydroxide) with the same concentration and you mix them together, would the pH be 0-6 or 8-14 or 7? Explain your answer.
23.  Bonus #1 Suppose you have 1L of and acid solution with a pH of 2. You add 1L of pure water. The pH will go _______.
24.  The numbers on the pH scale usually go from zero to ___________.
25.  Why does putting a light stick in the freezer make it last longer?
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26.  Is orange juice an acid, base or neutral solution?
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27.  _______________ is needed to break bonds and _______________ is released when new bonds are formed. (same word for both blanks)
28.  If a solution has a pH below 7 then you know that solution is a/an __________.
29.  What kind of reaction is a blow torch?
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30.  What is the name of the scale used to measure the acidity of a solution?
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31.  Which of the following is not a characteristic of acids?
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32.  What is the pH of the weakest acid?
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33.  A solution's ___________________________ depends on the number of particles that are present in a certain volume.
34.  What is the pressure that resists osmosis?
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35.  What kind of reaction releases energy?
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