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Quick Quiz 2

On your answer sheet, write in the correct letter for each question.

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1 An atom is:
A the smallest particle that can exist.
B the smallest particle of an element that
exists under normal conditions.
C the smallest particle of a compound that
exists under normal conditions.
D a group of particles that are all the same.
2 The number of types of atom chemically
combined in a compound is:
A three or more.
B two or more.
C one or two.
D only one.
3 How many different elements are there in the
compound with the formula NH3?
A four
B two
C three
D one
4 Which of the following particle diagrams
shows molecules of a compound?
A

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1 Which of these things does not show that a
chemical reaction has occurred?
A The substance changes from a liquid to a
solid.
B The mixture gets hotter on its own.
C Bubbles of gas form in the mixture.
D The mixture changes colour.

2 To break down the compound silver oxide


into its elements you would need to:
A heat it strongly.
B filter it.
C precipitate the elements out.
D dissolve it in water.
3 Which of these changes is a precipitation
reaction?
A water turning into steam
B copper oxide breaking down into copper
and oxygen
C a gas being given off when a solid is added
to a solution
D a solid forming when two solutions are
mixed
4 What is the missing product in this reaction:
sodium
copper
+
carbonate sulphate

__________
sodium
+
__________
sulphate

A sodium carbonate
B copper carbonate
C copper sulphate
D copper oxide

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1 A mixture is:
A just one substance, like pure salt.
B two or more different things chemically
joined together, like flour and sugar in a
baked cake.
C two or more things mixed together, like
nuts and raisins.
D a lot of the same thing put together.
2 Which of these is a mixture?
A common salt
B sugar
C air
D oxygen
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3 Pure water is:


A water with nothing else in it.
B rain.
C water which runs off the hills.
D water which is clean enough to drink.
4 Which of the following shows the particles in
a mixture of elements?
A
B

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1 What happens at the boiling point of a
substance?
A a gas changes into a liquid
B a solid changes into a liquid
C a liquid changes into a solid
D a liquid changes into a gas
2 The melting point of a pure substance is:
A higher than the boiling point.
B the same as the boiling point.
C the same as the freezing point.
D lower than the freezing point.

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4 These graphs show what happens to the


temperature when four different substances
are heated. Which graph shows a pure
substance?
A
B

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3 Malleable materials:
A melt at high temperatures.
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B can be hammered into different shapes.
C are good conductors of electricity.
D are easily polished.

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2 Gold has many properties that make it useful


in jewellery making.
Which of the following is not a property of
pure gold?
A yellow in colour
B unreactive
C shiny when polished
D hard and brittle

3 If you add impurities to a substance, what


happens to the melting and boiling points?

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1 Which of the following best describes an


alloy?
A a very pure metal
B a metal with one or more other elements
mixed in
C a mixture of compounds
D a compound of a metal with a non-metal

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4 If 24 carat gold is pure gold, which of the


following is 75% gold?
A 9 carat
B 12 carat
C 18 carat
D 15 carat

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