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Different Choice. 1.Magnesium responds with hydrochloric corrosive to create magnesium chloride and hydrogen gas. The reactants in this response areA.magnesium and magnesium chloride.B.hydrochloric corrosive and hydrogen gas.C.magnesium and hydrochloric acid.D.magnesium chloride and hydrogen gas..
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State sanctioned Test Preparation Chapter 1 Preview Multiple Choice Short Answer Extended Response

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Multiple Choice 1. Magnesium responds with hydrochloric corrosive to create magnesium chloride and hydrogen gas. The reactants in this response are A. magnesium and magnesium chloride. B. hydrochloric corrosive and hydrogen gas. C. magnesium and hydrochloric corrosive. D. magnesium chloride and hydrogen gas.

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Multiple Choice 1. Magnesium responds with hydrochloric corrosive to deliver magnesium chloride and hydrogen gas. The reactants in this response are A. magnesium and magnesium chloride. B. hydrochloric corrosive and hydrogen gas. C. magnesium and hydrochloric corrosive. D. magnesium chloride and hydrogen gas.

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Multiple Choice 2. Matter that has a distinct shape and a clear volume is A. a fluid. B. a component. C. a strong. D. a gas.

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Multiple Choice 2. Matter that has an unmistakable shape and an unequivocal volume is A. a fluid. B. a component. C. a strong. D. a gas.

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Multiple Choice 3. We realize that air is a blend and not a compound on the grounds that A. it can be warmed to a higher temperature. B. it can be compacted to a littler volume. C. it is lackluster. D. its piece can shift.

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Multiple Choice 3. We realize that air is a blend and not a compound in light of the fact that A. it can be warmed to a higher temperature. B. it can be packed to a littler volume. C. it is lackluster. D. its arrangement can fluctuate.

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Multiple Choice 4. Matter can be characterized as anything that A. has weight. B. has mass and volume. C. is uniform all through. D. shows both substance and physical properties.

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Multiple Choice 4. Matter can be characterized as anything that A. has weight. B. has mass and volume. C. is uniform all through. D. shows both concoction and physical properties.

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Multiple Choice 5. Which of the accompanying is best delegated a homogeneous blend? A. pizza B. blood C. hot tea D. copper wire

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Multiple Choice 5. Which of the accompanying is best named a homogeneous blend? A. pizza B. blood C. hot tea D. copper wire

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Multiple Choice 6. A compound varies from a blend in that an intensify A. contains just a single component. B. differs in substance organization relying upon the sample estimate. C. has a clear structure by mass of the elements that the compound contains. D. can be delegated either heterogeneous or homogeneous.

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Multiple Choice 6. A compound contrasts from a blend in that an exacerbate A. contains just a single component. B. changes in substance organization relying upon the sample measure. C. has a clear creation by mass of the elements that the compound contains. D. can be named either heterogeneous or homogeneous.

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Multiple Choice 7. Which of the accompanying is not a physical condition of matter? A. strong B. gas C. component D. fluid

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Multiple Choice 7. Which of the accompanying is not a physical condition of matter? A. strong B. gas C. component D. fluid

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Multiple Choice 8. Three of the accompanying must contain at least two sorts of particles. Which one doesn\'t contain at least two sorts of particles? A. component B. compound C. homogeneous blend D. heterogeneous blend

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Multiple Choice 8. Three of the accompanying must contain at least two sorts of iotas. Which one doesn\'t contain at least two sorts of molecules? A. component B. compound C. homogeneous blend D. heterogeneous blend

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Multiple Choice 9. Which of the accompanying images does not coordinate the component name given? A. Al, aluminum B. Co, copper C. K, potassium D. P, phosphorus

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Multiple Choice 9. Which of the accompanying images does not coordinate the component name given? A. Al, aluminum B. Co, copper C. K, potassium D. P, phosphorus

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Short Answer 10. Give three cases of blends, and tell whether every one is homogeneous or heterogeneous. Give three cases of mixes.

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Short Answer 10. Give three cases of blends, and tell whether every one is homogeneous or heterogeneous. Give three cases of mixes. Reply: Answers will shift.

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Short Answer 11. In attempting to distinguish a specimen of an immaculate substance, we watch the accompanying properties. Tell whether every one is a synthetic property or a physical property. A. Its mass is 124.3 g. B. It is a sparkly strong at room temperature. C. It is effortlessly scratched by nitric corrosive. D. It dissolves when warmed to 670°C. E. It is 31.7 centimeters in length. F. It is a decent warmth conductor. G. It smolders in air. H. It is a decent conduit of electrical vitality.

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Short Answer 11. In attempting to recognize an example of an unadulterated substance, we watch the accompanying properties. Tell whether every one is a substance property or a physical property. A. Its mass is 124.3 g. physical property B. It is a glossy strong at room temperature. physical property C. It is effectively scratched by nitric acid. compound property D. It dissolves when warmed to 670°C. physical property E. It is 31.7 centimeters long. physical property F. It is a decent warmth conductor. physical property G. It blazes in air. concoction property H. It is a decent conveyor of electrical energy. physical property

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Extended Response 12. Depict the distinction between a concoction change and a physical change. Give one case of every sort of progress.

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Extended Response 12. Depict the distinction between a compound change and a physical change. Give one case of every sort of progress. Reply: In a synthetic change, at least one substances are changed over into various substances. A physical change does not include an adjustment in the character of the substance or substances introduce. Cases of every sort of progress will differ.

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Extended Response 13. Portray general properties of metals, nonmetals, and metalloids.

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Standardized Test Preparation Chapter 1 Extended Response 13. Portray general properties of metals, nonmetals, and metalloids. Reply: metals: sparkling; great conveyors of warmth; great conduits of power; flexible or pliable; most are solids at room temperature nonmetals: poor channels of warmth; poor transmitters of power; many are gasses at room temperature; those that are solids are weak as opposed to pliable or bendable metalloids: properties middle of the road between those of metals and nonmetals; less pliant than metals yet not as fragile as strong nonmetals; most are semiconductors of power

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