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Chemistry: Chapter 3 Test
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Absolute zero
Lowest point on the Kelvin scale
Mass
Kilogram is the SI base unit for this quantity
Volume
The amount of space an object occupies
How do you find volume?
mass/density
Kelvin
The official SI scale for temperature
Celsius
The non SI temperature scale, very commonly used
Weight
The force of gravity on an object
dimensional analysis
A way to analyze and solve problems
Conversion factor
a ratio of equivalent measurements
Precision
Concerned with the reproducibility of an object
Density
Ratio of mass of an object to its volume
How do you find density?
mass/volume
Measurement
A quantity that has both a number and a unit
Energy
The capacity to do work or produce heat
Temperature
The degree of hotness and coldness of an object, the average kinetic energy of the particles of a substance
Joule
The Si unit of energy
Accuracy
The closeness of a measurement to the true or accepted value
Celsius scale
The temperature scale on which water freezes at 0 degrees and boils at 100 degrees
Scientific notation
A method of expressing numbers as a coefficient and a power of 10
Meter
Si unit of length
Liter
The volume of a cube 10 cm on each edge
Kilogram
The Si base unit of mass
1.74 x 10^-10 m
The diameter of a nitrogen Atom is 0.000 000 000 174m. What is the number expressed in Scientific notation?
2.009 x 10^3
The expression of 2009km in scientific notation is ...
2 significant figures
How many significant figures: .000055
True
True or False: When a test instrument is calibrated, the instruments accuracy improves
False
True or False: The closeness of a measurement to its accepted or true value is a measure of its precision
Precise, Accurate
If several students use the same balance to weigh an 5.00 gram object and they all get 7.28 grams instead of the expected 5.00 gram value, the balance is _______________ but is not _____________
1
How many sig figs are there: .005
4
How many sig figs are there: 60110
7
How many sig figs are there: 60033.00
3
How many significant figures are there: 7.30 x 10^-5
3
How many sig figs are there: .000780
1
How many sig figures are there: .04
2
How many sig figs are there: .00034
5
How many sig figs are there: 822.50
2
In the measurement .612 cm, what is the estimated digit?
Is, does not stay
When a measurement is multiplied by a conversion factor, the numerical value of the measurement ______ changed, but the actual size of the measurement ________________ stay
3777
Express the sum of 3333 ml and 444 ml using the correct number of sig figs
9.7
Express the sum of 5.69 ml and 4.0 ml using the correct number of sig figs
9.6
Express the product of 2.4 m and 4.00 m using the correct number of sig figs
1.4 x 10^-2 g
Express the product 2.0 x 7.2 10^2 g using the correct number of sig signs
Least
When multiplying and dividing measured quantities, the number of sig figs in the result should be equal to the number of sig figs ____________ precise
777.0
Round off 777.009 mm to 4 sig figs
1 kilogram
1000 grams = _________ kilogram
10
The metric system's main advantage over other systems of measurement is that it is in multiples of _______
Meter (m)
metric system base measurement of length
Mole
Metric system base measurement of the Amount of substance
Heated , increase, decrease
If a substance is _____________, causing an increase in its temperature, the volume of that substance will _________________ causing the density to ______________
Cooled down, Decrease, increase
If a substance is ______________, causing a decrease in its temperature, the volume of that substance will _____________ causing the density to _____________
Increases
As the density of a substance increases, the volume of a specific mass of that substance _________________
5g/ml
Convert 5000 kg/m^3 to g/ml
2.68 km/min
Convert 1000 mi/hr to km/min
2.09 g /cm ^3
What is the density of an object having mass of 50 g and a volume of 25 cm^3
57.1 m
What is the volume of 80.0 g of either if the density of either is 1.40 g/ml
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