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High School Chemistry: Homeschool Curriculum Final Exam

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Question 1 1. How many rounds of DNA Replication were needed to disprove the Conservative method?

Question 2 2. The average atomic mass or atomic weight found on the periodic table is _____.

Question 3 3. Which group does NOT contain transition metals?

Question 4 4. Homogeneous mixtures are also called

Question 5 5.

A piece of pencil graphite (made of carbon atoms) has a mass of 0.12 grams. How many moles of carbon atoms are in the lead?

(The molecular mass of carbon is 12 g/mol.)

Question 6 6. How do you calculate the pH of a buffered solution?

Question 7 7. In which of the following net ionic equations did a precipitate NOT form?

Question 8 8. Two different molecules can participate in which of the following bonds?

Question 9 9. Which of the following is a conversion factor?

Question 10 10. How are resonance structures for a molecule or polyatomic ion represented?

Question 11 11. How is the N-15 isotope different from the N-14 atom?

Question 12 12. In the ideal gas equation, what does R represent?

Question 13 13. Which of the following is true of intermolecular forces?

Question 14 14. Why do DNA strands need to be antiparallel?

Question 15 15.

A piece of aluminum foil has a mass of 27 grams. About how many atoms does this contain?

(Aluminum has a molecular mass of 27 g/mol.)

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