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Chemistry Test 1 Review Unit 1 on Safety & Unit 2 on Matter

IMPORTANT!

Name:

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Study the safety rules, safety symbols and equipment list!!! If you have lost yours or never got one, PLEASE ask for copies. Approximately 10 questions out of 33 are safety and equipment related.

Use each of the terms below just once to complete the passage.

chemical

mass

physical

density

properties

substance

Matter is anything with (1)

volume. A

(2)

is a form of matter with a uniform and unchanging

composition. Substances have specific, unchanging (3)

___properties________________

that

can be observed. Substances have both physical and chemical properties. (4)

____Physical_______________________

properties can be observed without changing a

substance’s chemical composition. Color, hardness, and (5) ___density___________________ are examples. Other properties cannot be observed without changing the composition of a

substance. These are called (6)

___chemical________________

properties. An example is the

tendency of iron to form rust when exposed to air.

Label each property as either intensive physical, extensive physical or chemical.

___chemical_______________

___chemical_______________

___chemical_______________

7. Chemical formula H 2 O 8. Forms green carbonate when exposed to moist air 9. Remains unchanged when in the presence of nitrogen

10. Colorless 11. Has a mass of 3.7 g

___chemical_______________

12. Ability to combine with another substance

13. Melting point 14. Has a volume of 25 mL 15. Boiling point is 100°C 16. Conducts electricity

Chemistry Test 1 Review Unit 1 on Safety & Unit 2 on Matter

Label each drawing with one of these words: solid, liquid, gas. Rank each state of matter

from low to high kinetic energy (KE). Rank each as most compressible to least compressible.

  • 18. State of matter __Gas__________

Chemistry Test 1 Review – Unit 1 on Safety & Unit 2 on Matter Label each

Kinetic Energy ___high______________

Compressibility ___easily

compressed_______________

19. State of matter __Solid__________

Chemistry Test 1 Review – Unit 1 on Safety & Unit 2 on Matter Label each

Kinetic Energy ___low______________

Compressibility ___none_______________

  • 20. State of matter _Liquid___________

Chemistry Test 1 Review – Unit 1 on Safety & Unit 2 on Matter Label each

Kinetic Energy __moderate/medium_______________

Compressibility ___very

little_______________

Chemistry Test 1 Review Unit 1 on Safety & Unit 2 on Matter

For each statement below, write true or false.

___True_______________

21. All matter that we encounter in everyday life exists in one of

three physical forms.

___True_______________

22. A solid has definite shape and volume.

___False_______________

23. A liquid has a definite shape and takes on the volume of its

container.

___True_______________

24. A gas has both the shape and the volume of its container.

___False_______________

25. The particles in a gas cannot be compressed into a smaller

volume.

___False_______________

26. The particles in a solid are spaced far apart.

What kinds of changes do these words indicate? Write each word under the correct

heading. Use each word only once.

boil
boil
burn
burn
condense
condense
corrode
corrode
crumple
crumple
ferment
ferment
melt
melt
rust
rust
crush
crush
freeze
freeze
oxidize
oxidize
tarnish
tarnish
explode
explode
grind
grind
rot
rot
vaporize
vaporize
Physical Change
Physical Change

Chemical Change

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2.

 

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3.

 

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4.

 

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5.

 

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6.

 

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7.

 

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8.

 

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Chemistry Test 1 Review Unit 1 on Safety & Unit 2 on Matter

For each item in Column A, write the letter of the matching item in Column B.

Column A

Column B

1. Separates substances on the

basis of the boiling points of the substances

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a. filtration

2. Separates by formation of solid,

pure particles from a solution

  • b. distillation

3. Separates substances based on

  • c. crystallization

their movement through a special paper

  • d. chromatography

4. Separates solids from liquids by

using a porous barrier

Use the words below to complete the concept map.

  • 3. 6. Salt & Water mixture

Heterogeneous

4. Sand & Water mixture

1. Mixtures 5. Solutions 2. Water
1. Mixtures
5. Solutions
2. Water