integrated exam 121418

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Directions: Answer each question to the best of your ability, show all work for maximum points!
Section I. Periodic Table
1. The atomic number of an atom is the number of ___________ in the atoms nucleus.
a. Electrons
b. Neutrons
c. Neutrinos
d. Valence electrons
e. Protons
2. Elements in the same column of the periodic table have what in common?
a. The same atomic weight
b. The same number of electrons in the outer most shell
c. The same total number of electrons
d. The same number of electrons shells
e. The same melting and boiling point
3. What are the horizontal rows of the Periodic Table called?
a. Bases
b. Shells
c. Layers
d. Periods
e. Statas
4. What family of elements is the right most column of the Periodic Table?
a. Alakali metals
b. Transition metals
c. Halogens
d. Actinides
e. Noble gases
5. What family of elements is in the left most column of the Periodic table?
a. Alkali metals
b. Transition metals
c. Halogens
d. Actinides
e. Noble gases
6. Elements in the periodic table are listed in order of their….
a. Atomic number
b. Electrons
c. Density
d. Melting Point
e. They are listed in alphabetical order
7. Which of the following is the abbreviation for the element gold?
a. G
b. Fe
c. Go
d. Au
e. Ld
8. What scientist is usually credited with inventing the periodic table?
a. Albert Einstein
b. Isaac Newton
c. Antoine Lavoisier
d. Dmitri Mendeleyev
e. Ms. Dorough
f. Alfred Nobel
9. Sodium, Phosphorus, and Bromine are all examples of…
a. A family
b. A group
c. Elements
d. Molecules
10. Which is the most reactive element in the periodic table?
a. Hydrogen
b. Oxygen
c. Radon
d. Fluorine
e. Calcium
Section II. Properties of matter
Use the following graph to answer questions 11-15.
A
B
C
11. What state is A?
a. What state is B?
b. What state is C?
12. What is it called when a substance move states? Fill in the blanks
a. AB ______________________________
b. B  A _______________________________
c. A C _______________________________
d. C  A ______________________________
e. B  C _____________________________
f.
C  B _______________________________
13. What is point T? What does this mean?
14. If heat is applied to a substance what are two points will it reach?
15. If something has energy removed from it, is it endo or exothermic?
Section III.
16. The outer most shell of electrons is called _________________________
a. Orbital
b. Valence
c. Shells
d. Rigatoni
e. Electron cloud
17. Draw the following electron dot structures.
P
Si
He
H
18. Which elements will not have valence electrons?
19. Find the molar mass of the following elements and compounds (include proper units).
a. Ag
b. NaOH
c. AgNO3
d. H2O
20. What would the charge be for the following ions?
a. Na
Li
b. S
c. C
d. Ne
e. Al
21. What is the difference between a covalent and an ionic bond? BE SPECIFIC
22. What does the line drawn between two elements represent?
Section IV. Fluids/fluid pressure
23. What is a fluid?
24. Which is used in hydraulic lifts?
a. Gas
b. Liquid
c. Solids
d. Hydra
25. What is an example of fluid pressure that you might experience on a daily basis?
26. Determine which object has a highest and which has the lowest density, use the image below to
make a prediction.
_______________________________ has the highest density because
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________.
_______________________________ has the lowest density because
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________.
27. Determine the density of an object with a mass of 8 grams an a volume of 2 liters.
D= M/V
Integrated Exam
12/14/2018
Ms. Dorough
Name ____________________________________________________
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