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NAME: MERCY JUNIOR COLLEGE Grade 11 - Justice CHEMISTRY 2 Pre-Final Exam YEAR LEVEL & SECTION:

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MERCY JUNIOR COLLEGE Grade 11 - Justice CHEMISTRY 2 Pre-Final Exam

YEAR LEVEL & SECTION:

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  • I. MULTIPLE CHOICE INSTRUCTION: Encircle the letter of the correct answer. (2 POINTS EACH)

    • 1. Interaction between highly electron deficient hydrogen and highly electronegative atom is called

A.

B.

Covalent bond

ionic bond

  • C. dipole-dipole interaction

  • D. hydrogen bond

  • 2. When partial positive end of one molecule is attracted weakly to partial negative end then force between them is

    • A. coulomb's force

    • B. electrostatic force

    • C. dipole-dipole interaction

    • D. ionic bond

  • 3. When two identical atoms share electron pairs and exert force on each other than bond form is

    • A. non-polar covalent bond

    • B. polar covalent bond

    • C. double covalent bond

    • D. coordinate covalent bond

  • 4. Synthetic resins are used on places where

    • A. air resistance is required

    • B. water resistance is required

    • C. friction is required

    • D. adhesion is required

  • 5. Strength of intermolecular forces from ionic or covalent bond is

    • A. weaker

    • B. stronger

    • C. equal

    • D. none of above

  • 6. Strength of dipole dipole forces affect some parameters which by nature are

    • A. thermodynamic

  • B.

    C.

    volume

    pressure

    • D. light

    • 7. When positive end of molecule attracts negative end these electrostatic forces are named as

      • A. London dispersion forces

      • B. dipole dipole forces

      • C. weak forces

      • D. gaseous forces

        • 8. Atoms which are more electronegative have charge which is

          • A. positive

          • B. neutral

          • C. negative

          • D. less

  • 9. Molecules loses their perfect alignment due to

    • A. volume difference

    • B. shape

    • C. electrons

    • D. Thermal energy

    • 10. When one or more solutes dissolve in a solvent they make a

      • A. solute

    B.

    C.

    solvent

    mixture

    • D. solution

    • 11. Mole fraction has unit of

      • A. gram

      • B. moles

      • C. no unit

      • D. pressure

  • 12. In equation p=xP(total pressure of gas) x is

    • A. molar mass of gas

    • B. mole fraction of gas

    • C. molarity of gas

    • D. molecularity of gas

  • 13. Sum of mole fraction of all gases is equal to

    • A. two

    • B. five

    • C. six

    • D. unity

  • 14. If color, density, appearance and other physical and chemical properties are same then solution is called

    • A. heterogeneous

    • B. homogenous

    • C. saturated

    • D. unsaturated

  • 15. A scale which is used to measure hoe acidic or alkaline a substance is called

    • A. indicator

    • B. pH scale

  • C.

    D.

    pH meter

    balance scale

    II.

    SOLUTION STOICHIOMETRY INSTRUCTION: Answer the following questions using the appropriate formula. You may show your solution and answer below or in a separate sheet of paper. (5 points each)

    • 1. Lead (II) iodide can be produced from he reation of lead (II) nitrate and potassium iodide.

      • a. Write the balanced equation for the reaction.

      • b. What mass of lead (II) iodide produced when 50.0M lead (II) nitrate is mixed with 75.0 mL of 0.750M potassium iodide.

    III. ESSAY

    SCORING RUBRIC FOR ESSAY

    CONTENT

    8pts.

    ORGANIZATION

    4pts.

    MAIN IDEA AND SUPPORTING DETAILS

    3pts.

    TOTAL

    15PTS

    • 1. How will you be able to relate or compare the kinetic model of matter unto how students’ deal with their day-to-day school life?

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