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Bexson______________________________________________
Name:_______________________

CHEMISTRY 20 UNIT C SOLUTIONS QUIZ


Multiple Choice & Numerical Response
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Some Descriptions of Solutions
1. Conducts electricity
2. Contains C6H12O6 (aq)
3. Turns red litmus paper blue
4. Uniform mixture with indistinguishable parts
5. Turns blue litmus paper red
6. Non-uniform mixture with distinguishable parts

Numerical Response
1. Match the descriptions from the list above with the appropriate terms below.
(C1.1k/C1.4k/C1.2k/C2.2k)
Answer:

________
Base

_________
electrolyte

_________
nonelectrolyte

_________
homogenous

(Record your 4-digit answer in the numerical response section on the answer sheet)

Numerical Response
2. Calculate the percent (w/v) concentration of 0.0560 mol in 900 mL of solution: (C1.5k)

(Record your 4-digit answer in the numerical response section on the answer sheet)

Numerical Response
3. Calculate the mass (in grams) of 500 ppm of arsenic in 200 mL of solution: (C1.5k)

(Record your 4-digit answer in the numerical response section on the answer sheet)

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Some Steps in creating a Stock Solution
Rinse the funnel with tap water
Rinse the inside of the beaker with distilled water
Calculate the mass needed of your substance
Use a beaker to measure the right amount of liquid
Add 100 mL of distilled water to the volumetric flask
Add distilled water until 100 mL has been reached
Dissolve your substance in distilled water
Transfer the solution with the undissolved solute

Numerical Response
4. The correct steps listed in order are: (There may be missing steps and that is ok).
(C1.11k)
Answer: ________
1st

_________
2nd

_________
3rd

_________
4th

(Record your 4-digit answer in the numerical response section on the answer sheet)

Multiple Choice
1. Which term is often used to represent homogenous mixtures? (C1.1k)
A. mixtures
B. aqueous
C. solutions
D. dissociation
2. Which of the following best explains an electrolyte? (C1.4k)
A. A non-conducting and soluble substance
B. A conducting and soluble substance
C. A non-conducting and insoluble substance
D. A conducting and insoluble substance

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Mr. Bexson made a huge mistake. He forgot to label his freshly made solutions. He has two of
them and they are both odorless and colourless. There is no way to tell them apart by looking
at them so he performs two tests: Conductivity and Red/Blue Litmus paper.

3. If the tests came back positive for conductivity but changed neither the red nor the blue
litmus paper any colour, what could the first substance be? (C1.4k)
A
.
B.
C
.
D
.

NaCl (s)
Ca(OH)2 (s)
HCl (l)
C6H12O6 (s)

4. If the test came back negative for conductivity and still did not turn the litmus paper any
colour, what would the second substance likely be? (C1.4k)
A
.
B.
C
.
D
.

NaCl (s)
Ca(OH)2 (s)
HCl (l)
C6H12O6 (s)

5. What would the molar concentration be of 3.40 g of copper (II) sulfate in 250 mL of
solution? (C1.5k/C1.6k)
A. 0.0213 mol/L
B. 0.0852 mol/L
C. 8.52 x 10-5 mol/L
D. 2 170 mol/L
Use the following information to answer the next question
During a dilution of a standard solution a student put too much distilled water in their
volumetric flask and the solution was over the 100mL line.
6. Which of the following would be the truest based on this mistake? (C1.11k/C1.7k)
A. The calculated concentration would be too low
B. The concentration of the stock solution would be concentrated
C. The concentration of the diluted solution would be too dilute

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D. There is now a lot of volume in the diluted solution


7. The entities present in a solution of sodium nitrate and methanol (CH3OH) are: (C1.8k)
A. Na+, NO3-,CH3OH, H2O
B. Na+(aq), NO3-(aq),CH3OH(l), H2O(l)
C. Na+(s), NO3-(s),CH3OH(l), H2O(l)
D. Na+(aq), NO3-(aq),CH3+(aq), OH- (aq), H2O(l)
8. Which of the following correctly identifies a saturated solution in terms of equilibrium?
(C1.10k)
A. Equal rates of solubility
B. A solution with a lot of solute in it.
C. A reaction with two oppositely pointing arrows instead of one.
D. A substance in solution with equal rates of dissolving and crystallization
9. If a saturated solution of sodium chloride is heated, it will: (C1.10k/C1.9k)
A. Decrease its solubility
B. Increase its solubility
C. Decrease its concentration
D. Increase the amount of sodium chloride
10. Which of the following will precipitate Ba2+, but not Ca2+ in solution? (C1.9k)
A. Na2SO4 (s)
B. NaOH (s)
C. Na2S (s)
D. NaF (s)
11. The concentration of DDT in the soil in Canada is 1.23 ppm. How much DDT is in a
kilogram of soil? (C1.5k)
A. 2.46 g
B. 1.23 g
C. 1.23 kg
D. 1.23 mg
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__Al2(SO4)3 (x) __Aly+ (z) + __SO42(z)


12. The correct things to replace x, y and z are, respectively, (C1.8k)
A.
B.
C.
D.

s, 3, aq
s, 2, aq
aq, 3, s
aq, 2, s

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13. When balanced, this equation with have how many moles of aluminium ions for every
mole of aluminium sulfate? (C1.8k)
A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
14. If the concentration of aluminum ions in solution is 0.104 mol/L, what is the
concentration of aluminium sulfate ions? (C1.8k)
A. 0.0520 mol/L
B. 0.208 mol/L
C. 0.312 mol/L
D. 0.156 mol/L
15. What is the mass of calcium carbonate in a 0.07600 L solution of 2.00 mol/L calcium
carbonate solution? (C1.6k)
A. 24.3 g
B. 15.2 g
C. 24.34 g
D. 15.21 g
16. What volume is present in a 0.500 mol/L stock solution of 100mL if the concentration is
diluted to 0.0265 mol/L? (C1.7k)
A. 1.89 L
B. 5.30 L
C. 5.30 mL
D. 1.89 mL
Use the following information to answer the next 2 questions
In a chemistry experiment, a student dissolves 16.0 g of NaCl into 100 mL of distilled water in
a volumetric flask. S/he then pipettes 40mL of the resulting solution into another volumetric
flask and adds 60mL of distilled water to bring the solution level up to the 100 mL line.
17. What concentration is present in the stock solution? (C1.7k)
A. 9.35 x103 mol/L
B. 2.74 mol/L
C. 9.35 mol/L
D. 0.00274 mol/L
18. What is the concentration of the diluted solution? (C1.7k)
A. 2.7 mol/L
B. 1.8 mol/L
C. 1.6 mol/L
D. 1.1 mol/L

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19. There are 3 factors that affect solubility. Which two of the following are part of those 3?
(C1.9k)
A. Solubility and temperature
B. Temperature and concentration
C. Pressure and volume
D. Pressure and temperature
20. What volume of hydrogen peroxide is in 200mL of 13.0 % (v/v) hydrogen peroxide
solution? (C1.5k/C1.6k)
A. 26.0 mL
B. 13.0 mL
C. 6.50 mL
D. 15.4 mL
21. If a certain chemical gets dissolved and becomes cold to the touch, it is most likely
because: (C1.3k)
A. The energy required to break bonds is smaller than the energy required to make
them
B. The energy required to break bonds is the same as the energy required to make
them
C. The energy required to break bonds is greater than the energy required to make
them
D. The energy required to break bonds is not applicable in comparison to the energy
required to make bonds.

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Written Response
1. For each of the following, write the dissociation/ionization equation and state whether it
is dissociation or ionization: (2 marks each) (C1.8k)
a. ammonium chloride

b. sulfuric acid (H2SO4)

c. calcium hydroxide

2. For b. above, calculate the concentration of sulfuric acid and sulfate ions if the
concentration of hydrogen ions in solution is 0.0780 mol/L. (2 marks) (C1.8k)

3.
a. If a 16.0L stock solution of calcium hydroxide gets diluted to 0.0500 mol/L in a
500mL volumetric flask, what was the initial concentration of the stock solution?
(2 marks) (C1.7k)

b. Find the mass of calcium hydroxide in that same diluted solution. (2 marks)
(C1.6k)