January 2017 Chemistry Regents #6-10

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6  Which list of elements contains a metal, a metalloid, and a nonmetal?

(1)     Ag, Si, I2         (3) K, Cu, Br2

(2)     Ge, As, Ne      (4) S, C12, Ar

1   metals leftside

metalloids on staircase..not Al

nonmetals..rightside..not group 18

7 What is the charge of the nucleus of a copper atom ?

(1)     +1      (3)     +29

(2)     +2      (4)     +64

3   Cu has 29 protons (atomic number)

so the charge is +29

8       At STP, O2(g) and O3(g) have different properties because

O3(g) has

(l)      more dense nuclei than in O2(g)

(2)     more protons per atom than in O2(g)

(3)     molecules with a different structure than in O2(g)

(4)     molecules with fewer covalent bonds than in O2(g)

3   different properties different structures

 

9       A compound is a substance composed of two or more elements that are

(l)      physically mixed in a fixed proportion

(2)     physically mixed in a variable proportion

(3)     chemically combined in a fixed proportion

(4)     chemically combined in a variable proportion

3   definition of compound

10     Which element has the highest boiling point at standard pressure?

(1) Mg  (2) Na   (3)  Rb   (4) Sr

4   look up on table S

 

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