Which branch of chemistry would involve understanding the chemistry of a human blood profile
Deadly bacteria may be used as a hazardous weapon by terrorist. What type of chemistry could help fight against this type of attack
Repeated data and experiments conflict with the theory
A theory is an expected explanation of observed phenomenon until..
100 millimeters(mL) is equaled to which of the following: 1 hL, 1 uL, 1 cL, 1 dL, 1 nL
How many significant figures in the following number (00.000860)
What is the formula for density
A cubic centimeter (cm to the 3rd) is equivalent to what other metric volume?
Sig: 673 has three and 2.8 has 2
Sig or not: All nonzero digits
Sig: 506 has three and 1.009 has four
Sig or not: All zeros between nonzero digits
Sig: 34,800. mL has five and 200. cm has three
Sig or not: Zeros to the right of a non-zero digit and left of a written decimal point
Sig : 4.0 kg has two, 57.50 K has 4, and 2.90x10(to the third) has three
Sig or not: Zeros to the right of a nonzero digit and right of a written decimal point
Not: 0.984 kg has three and 0.6 has one
Sig or not: Zeros to the left of the decimal point in numbers less than one
Not: .067 has two, .004 has one
Sig or not: Zeros to the right of a decimal point, but to the left of the first non-zero digit
What is the abbreviation and exponential factor of Giga
What is the abbreviation and exponential factor of Mega
What is the abbreviation and exponential factor of Kilo
What is the abbreviation and exponential factor of Hecto
What is the abbreviation and exponential factor of Deka
What is the abbreviation and exponential factor of Deci
What is the abbreviation and exponential factor of Centi
What is the abbreviation and exponential factor of Milli
What is the abbreviation and exponential factor of Micro
What is the abbreviation and exponential factor of Nano
What is Length measured in?
What is mass measured in?
Liters or m^3
What is Volume measured in?
What is an amount of a substance measured in?
What is temperature measured in?
What bunsun burner adjustment is needed when a yellow flame is observed?
The correct answer to the calculation would be? (43.783 x 21)- 485.55
The smallest unit of an element that can exist alone or in a combination is?
Isotopes are atoms of the same element that have different?
Which scientist discovered the nucleus while working with radiation?
If iodine melts at 114 c and boils at 184 c, what is its physical state at 120 c?
How many of the following did Dalton not discuss in his atomic theory: isotopes, ions, protons, electrons, neutrons
The average mass of a boron atom is 10.81. Assuming you were able to isolate only one boron atom, the chance that you would randomly get one with a mass of 10.81 is?
An atom with 15 protons and 16 neutrons is an atom of?
How many neutrons are contained in an iodine nucleus with a mass number of 131?
Which of the following involves no chemical change: burning, boiling water, baking a cake, lighting a match, running a car engine
How many of the following are compounds: table salt, carbon, copper, water, and mercury
A heterogenous mixture
Sand on the beach is an example of?
Which of the following would be an example of a homogenous mixture: soil(dust), oily water, vodka, sodium chloride, aluminum
Out of element, compound, and mixture what is air?
Out of element, compound, and mixture what is sodium chloride?
Out of element, compound, and mixture what is tungsten?
Out of element, compound, and mixture what is brass?
Out of element, compound, and mixture what is tap water?
Out of element, compound, and mixture what is distilled water?
Out of element, compound, and mixture what is aluminum?
Change in which different substances with new properties are formed
Change in which certain physical properties of substances change and their identifying properties remain unchanged
Indicates the number of waves that pass a given point per second
If electromagnetic radiation A has a lower frequency than electromagnetic radiation B, then compared to B the wavelength of A is ?
The lowest possible energy state of an atom is called?
The form of EMS that has less energy than per photon than ultraviolet is?
The probability map of an electron is called?
Which of the following is an incorrect designation for an electron configuration: 1s, 3d, 4f, 1p, 6s
Hertz as a measurement of frequency
Which of the following can not be attributed to the scientist Max Planck: Hertz as a measurement of frequency, Photo Electric Effect, Calculating the energy of a wavelength, Quanta, All can be attributed
Prrinciple quantum number
The distance from the nucleus is indicated by the ?
What would be the correct answer rounded to significant figures? (101.96 x 21) - 444.8
A pure substance that can be made up of more than one kind of atom is called ?
Who came up with the term wave-matter?
Who came up with the Uncertainty Principle?
What stated that electrons have opposite spins?
Who used the Gold-Foil experiment?
Who made a planetary model?
What stated that electrons enter lowest energy first?
Who said that light may have mass?
Who came up with the terms n, l, ml, ms ?
An electron in the outermost energy level
s=2, p=6, d=10, f=14
List the 4 possible subshell shapes in the quantum mechanical model and the maximum number of electrons that can be contained in each?
Gamma ray, x ray, u.v., visible, infared, microwave, radio wave
List all the types of electromagnetic radiation from highest to lowest frequency?
The principle quantum number (n)
Which quatum number indicates the distance from nucleus?
The orbital (azimuthal) quantum number (l)
Which quantum number indicates the shape of the orbital?
The magnetic quantum number (ml)
Which quantum number indicates the position or orientation of orbital in space?
The spin quantum number (ms)
Which quantum number indicates the electron spin direction?
Which of the following is an Alkaline Earth Metal:Ca, Cu, Fe, Na, Sc
How many neutrons are present in an atom of Pa-234
Group of elements used to kill bacteria
Which of the following elements is not considered a metalloid: As, Ge, Sb, Si, Sn
Periodic TAble trend that increases down a group and to the left in a period
Which of the following elements would have 0 kj/ mol of electron affinity? F, Sr, Ne, N, Na
Series with Man-made elements such as Es and Md, would have which suborbital?
When electrons are shared unequally, chemist characterize these types of bonds as ?
Metals typically have ___________ eletronegativity values.
Which of the following would not be considered a diatomic element: N2, I2, O2, Cl2, C2
0, +2, -1, -3
The correct oxidation #'s for the following elements would be ( Krypton, Barium, Bromine, Nitrogen)
Molecules such as F2 and H2 are special non-polar bonded elements known as ?
The general term used to describe elements with multiple oxidation states is ?
The nuclear scientist that changed the periodic table by arranging it according to number of protons is ?
Malleable, ductile, luster, and good conductors of heat and electricity
List 4 characteristics of metals
Plumbum and Natrium
What is the Latin name for Lead and Sodium?
Where the electron spends 90% of its time
The Alkali Metals are which group?
The Alkaline Earth Metals are in which group
Which property generally increases as we go from the lower left to the upper right of the periodic table?