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Chemistry Study Guide

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    Chemistry Study Guide

    Test Date: Thursday November 3, 2011

    1. What is the difference between sublimation, condensation, and evaporation? 2. Give the density formula. Then, solve for volume in this problem.

    Density= 28.6 Mass=17 V = ????

    3. What does the Law of conservation of Mass state? If you have 14g of

    baking soda and you combine it with 12g of vinegar, what will the mass of

    the product be?

    4. What is viscosity? Which has the highest viscosity and tell why. (water,

    vinegar, soda, syrup)

    5. What’s the difference between a dependent variable and an independent

    variable?

    6. Define synthetic element and give an example.

    7. Name the 4 properties of a metal and describe each property. 8. What is the difference between a metalloid and a nonmetal? 9. Describe the difference between a physical change and chemical change

    and give an example of each.

    10. What are the 5 evidences of a chemical change?

    11. What is the difference between an electron, neutron, and proton? 12. What is matter?

    13. What do the dots around the Atomic Symbol in a Lewis Dot diagram

    represent?

    14. What’s the difference between electrons and valence electrons?

    15. What is a carcinogen and what group of diseases are they responsible for

    causing?

    16. What is DDT? Why did it take so long for us to realize the poor impact it

    has on the environment?

    17. What is the difference between dose, potency, and exposure time? 18. How can individual susceptibility impact someone?

    19. What is an allergy and what are the symptoms? What can cause them? 20. What is crop yield? What are some ways to have a high crop yield?

    Review your periodic table and be able to….

    - label all of the periods (don’t forget the “weird guys” at the bottom of the

    table

    - label all of the family names

    - label the horizontal groups at the bottom of the table with their family

    names

    - label number of valence electrons for each group

    - label the spectrum of reactivity (how does the reactivity change as you

    move to the right across the periodic table?)

    - color the 3 different types of elements and make a key in the box provided

    Chemistry Study Guide

    Test Date: Thursday November 3, 2011

    1. What is the difference between sublimation, condensation, and evaporation? 2. Give the density formula. Then, solve for volume in this problem.

    Density= 28.6 Mass=17 V = ????

    3. What does the Law of conservation of Mass state? If you have 14g of

    baking soda and you combine it with 12g of vinegar, what will the mass of

    the product be?

    4. What is viscosity? Which has the highest viscosity and tell why. (water,

    vinegar, soda, syrup)

    5. What’s the difference between a dependent variable and an independent

    variable?

    6. Define synthetic element and give an example.

    7. Name the 4 properties of a metal and describe each property. 8. What is the difference between a metalloid and a nonmetal? 9. Describe the difference between a physical change and chemical change

    and give an example of each.

    10. What are the 5 evidences of a chemical change?

    11. What is the difference between an electron, neutron, and proton? 12. What is matter?

    13. What do the dots around the Atomic Symbol in a Lewis Dot diagram

    represent?

    14. What’s the difference between electrons and valence electrons?

    15. What is a carcinogen and what group of diseases are they responsible for

    causing?

    16. What is DDT? Why did it take so long for us to realize the poor impact it

    has on the environment?

    17. What is the difference between dose, potency, and exposure time? 18. How can individual susceptibility impact someone?

    19. What is an allergy and what are the symptoms? What can cause them? 20. What is crop yield? What are some ways to have a high crop yield?

    Review your periodic table and be able to….

    - label all of the periods (don’t forget the “weird guys” at the bottom of the

    table

    - label all of the family names

    - label the horizontal groups at the bottom of the table with their family

    names

    - label number of valence electrons for each group

    - label the spectrum of reactivity (how does the reactivity change as you

    move to the right across the periodic table?)

    - color the 3 different types of elements and make a key in the box provided

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