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Insoluble in water
Energy needed to gain or lose electron
Instrument measures density of luminous
intensity
SI unit of radioactivity
V1/T1=V2/T2
What is the most common alloying ingredient in
copper?
Unit of radioactivity
Proposed the dualistic nature of light
Ratio of quick assets to current liabilities
Who discovered neutron?
MKS unit of potential difference
What particle consists of two down and one up
quark?
What is an atom with more or less than its
normal number of electrons?
What quantum number defines the spin angular
momentum vector?
What is otherwise known as Electronic
Commerce Act or E-commerce act of the
Philippines?
What alloy possesses practically constant
resistance at all temperatures?
What law states that For a set of equal energy
orbitals, each orbital is occupied by one electron
before any orbital has two electrons?
The atomic weight of an element equal to __ in
the nucleus
What term is used to tend to attract electrons to
form a chemical bond
What is a neutral defect of ionic lattices
consisting of two vacancies (one cation and one
anion)
Group 1A in the periodic table are elements
known as
Group 2A in the periodic table are elements
known as
What halogen is greenish-yellow gas?
Elements in the central gap are
What is the most electronegative number?
What is the SI unit of heat?
Another term for specific gravity
The process of directly changing from solid to
vapor state or vice versa is called

ANSWER
Silica or Silicon Oxide
Ionization Energy
Photometer
Becquerel
Charles' Law
Zinc
Curie
De Broglie
Acid test ratio
Chadwick
Volt
Neutron
Ion
Spin Quantum Number
R.A. 8792

Eureka
Hunds Rule

NO. OF PROTONS + NO.


OF NEUTRONS
Electronegative
Schottky Effect

Alkali Metals
Alkaline Earth Metals
Chlorine
All metals
Flourine
Joule
Relative Density
Sublimation

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What is the transfer of energy between a solid


surface and the adjacent fluid that is in motion
and it involves the combined effects of
conduction and fluid motion?
What process is during which a system remains
under constant pressure?
What device is used to increase the pressure of
a fluid by slowing it down?
The __ of a substance is the amount of heat
needed to turn 1 kg of the substance at its
melting point from the solid to the liquid state.
A device that converts heat into mechanical
energy or work
___ refers to a civil wrong committed by one
person causing damage to another person of his
property, emotional well being or reputation
Effectivity of RA 9292
Ability of a liquid to mix
Unit illumination
dynes-sec/cm2
1 Joule
Filling of orbitals in increasing energy level
Third best conductor
from high energy level to low energy
Mild steel is composed of ___% carbon
New source of disturbance on a wave front
sending wavelengths in forward directions
Interval
P1V1=P2V2
Change of phase from solid to liquid
Unit of potential difference
SI unit of pressure
Least metal conductor
Group 1A/most electron negative

Convection

Three protons in the nucleus


Sharing of electron
Term of the office of the member of the board of
electronics engineers
Unit of activity
In mirror, edge is thicker than the middle part
Change of phase from solid to liquid
The rays farther from the axis are reflected to
cross the axis nearer to the mirror than those to
the axis
Unit of mass
Negative electron

lithium
Covalent bond
6 years

Isobaric
Diffuser
Heat of Fusion

Heat Engine
Tort

May 27, 2004


Miscibility
Lumen
Poise
107 ergs
Aufbau Principle
Gold
Photon
.12 to .25
Huygens principle
Octave
Boyles law
Fusion
Volt
Pascal
Nichrome
Alkali metal

Becquerel
Diverging
Fusion
Spherical aberration

Slug
Negatron

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Contract, area
Movement from high energy to low energy level
There is an interchange between system and
surroundings
Any change that the system may undergo
What is the most notable property of actinides?
Elements in the central gap of the periodic table are
called ___.
Elements in the central gap of the periodic table are
called ___.

Surface tension
Photon
Open system
Process
They are all radioactive

Transition metal
Poundmol

Charge of hydrogen
Molecule of gas moving through the space with
some velocity posses what kind of energy
less dense is poured off

0
Translational energy

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The point at which the metal liquefies on heating


or solidifies on cooling

Melting point

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The ratio of velocity of light in a vacuum to its


velocity in another material
Distance between the nuclei of two bonded
atoms
Movement of solvent particles through a semi
permeable membrane from the region of lower
solute concentration to the region of higher
solute concentration
Increase the rate of reaction
Quantitative measurements and relationships
involving substance and mixtures of chemical
interest
Attraction of like molecules
Solid has crystalline structure, the atoms are
arrange in repeating structure
Alloy of mercury with another metals
Indicate the total number of atom elements in a
compound
Resembles water as solvent
Elemental unit of energy
Kinetic energy if it is a completely inelastic
collision
Rate of rotary motion
Type of energy transmitted by rotary motion
Incident angle is greater than the critical angle
the light will reflected back from the surface
for horizontal flow of fluid through a pie the

Refractive index

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Floatation

Bond length
Osmosis

Catalyst
Stoichometry

Cohesion
Unit cell
Amalgam
Molecular formula
Liquid ammonia
Quantum
Lost its maximum value
Angular velocity
Mechanical energy
Total internal reflection
Bernoullis principles

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sum of the pressure and kinetic energy per unit


volume of fluid constant
The___ of pivotal object is the point at which it
can be struck without producing a reaction
Ability of waves to bend around the edges of
obstacle
part of shadow were light is excluded
Measures radioactivity
Determine the specific gravity of liquid
Instrument use to determine the mass of atomic
particles
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Proton or neutron of an atom
Metals reinforced by ceramics or other materials
usually in fiber form
Provision of local exchange carrier
Law created the MTRCB
Constitute to th3e the foundation of ethics
close association
The shell that has the most number of electrons is
the __ shell.

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1. A chemical compound always contains exactly
the same proportion of elements by mass.
103. Sum of individual moments about a point caused
by multiple concurrent forces equals moment of
resultant force
104. Law that predicts the dew point of fuel gas
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2. Created the periodic table
106. Rarest halogen
107. Molecular formula of monosaccharide
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3. Number of hydrocarbon rings
109. Different levels of H2O passed on tubes
110. Electrons uses gamma ray
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4. Proton uses gamma ray
112. Reacts with Group 1A and 2A
113. Device that transfers heat between fluids without

Center of oscillation
Diffraction
Umbra
Geiger counter
Pycnometer
Mass spectrograph
Nucleon
Metal matrix composites
E.O 109
PD I986
Honesty, justice and
courtesy
Electrification
N
Law of Definite
Proportions
Varignons theorem

Daltons Law
Dmitri Medeleev
Astatine
C6H12O6
Aliphatic
Capillarity
Negative Beta Decay
Positive Beta Decay
Halogens
Heat Exchanger

mixing the two

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5. Group 1A plus Chlorine
115. Matter can be converted to energy and vice
versa
116. Friction progressively reduces the amplitude of the
vibrations

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6. Physical property of material that refers to heat
flow per unit time
118. Use to determine the mass of atomic particles
119. Forms 8 pairs of electrons when bonded

Salt
Einsteins theory
Damped harmonic
oscillator
Thermal conductivity
Mass spectrograph
Vander Waals Bonding

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An instrument used to compare the luminous


intensity of two light sources
The ratio of amount of moisture in the air to the
amount of air could contain at a given
temperature

Photometer
Relative Humidity