# As you come in, The Materials: ◦ Paper and pen/pencil for writing prompt ◦ Paper, pencil, calculator for exam review stations The Plan: ◦ Persuasive Writing.

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As you come in, The Materials: ◦ Paper and pen/pencil for writing prompt ◦ Paper, pencil, calculator for exam review stations The Plan: ◦ Persuasive Writing Requirement (30 min) ◦ Units 1-3 Exam Review Stations (30 min) ◦ Go over concepts of review stations (30 min) The Assessment: ◦ Cumulative Quiz 10 (Acids/Bases) - TUESDAY

Final Exam Review Stations Units 1-3 45 questions in 80 minutes = 1.77 min/question 14 Questions = 31.1 points 24:48 minute timer http://www.online-stopwatch.com/bomb-countdown/full-screen/

Station 1(Habits of Mind Unit 1) If the density of an unknown substance is 2.48g/cm 3, then the volume of a 59.0 mg sample is _________________. a)23.8 cm 3 b)23, 800 cm 3 c)146 cm 3 d)146,000 cm 3 e)none of these

Station 1(Habits of Mind Unit 1) If the density of an unknown substance is 2.48g/cm 3, then the volume of a 59.0 mg sample is _________________. a)23.8 cm 3 b)23, 800 cm 3 c)146 cm 3 d)146,000 cm 3 e)none of these

Station 2 (Habits of Mind Unit 1) Give the answer to the correct number of significant figures. 4.404 – 2.33 – 1= a)1.074 b)1.07 c)1.1 d)1 e)none of these

Station 2(Habits of Mind Unit 1) Give the answer to the correct number of significant figures. 4.404 – 2.33 – 1= a)1.074 b)1.07 c)1.1 d)1 e)none of these

Station 3 (Habits of Mind Unit 1) Divide 56.955 by 7.81. Which is the best answer using the correct number of significant figures? a)7.2926 b)7.293 c)7.29 d)7.3 e)none of these

Station 3 (Habits of Mind Unit 1) Divide 56.955 by 7.81. Which is the best answer using the correct number of significant figures? a)7.2926 b)7.293 c)7.29 d)7.3 e)none of these

Station 4 (Atomic Structure Unit 2) Calculate the atomic mass of element X if the element’s three isotopes have the following analysis:  Isotope 1 42% with 78.6 amu  Isotope 2 29% with 79.0 amu  Isotope 3 with 78.0 amu a)78.5 amu b)7850 amu c)134 amu d)None of these

Station 4 (Atomic Structure Unit 2) Calculate the atomic mass of element X if the element’s three isotopes have the following analysis:  Isotope 1 42% with 78.6 amu  Isotope 2 29% with 79.0 amu  Isotope 3 with 78.0 amu a)78.5 amu b)7850 amu c)134 amu d)None of these

Station 5 (Atomic Structure Unit 2) Which of the following subatomic particles is responsible for the identity of an element? a)Proton b)Neutron c)Electron

Station 5 (Atomic Structure Unit 2) Which of the following subatomic particles is responsible for the identity of an element? a)Proton b)Neutron c)Electron

Station 6 (Atomic Structure Unit 2) Calculate the energy emitted by a photon of light that has a wavelength of 7.40x10 -4 mm. a)4.05x10 11 J b)2.69x10 -22 J c)4.05x10 14 J d)2.69x10 -19 J

Station 6 (Atomic Structure Unit 2) Calculate the energy emitted by a photon of light that has a wavelength of 7.40x10 -4 mm. a)4.05x10 11 J b)2.69x10 -22 J c)4.05x10 14 J d)2.69x10 -19 J

Station 7 (Atomic Structure Unit 2) The atom represented by the following notation contains: 132 68 X -3 a)132 protons, 68 neutrons, and 3 electrons b)68 protons, 132 neutrons, and 65 electrons c)68 protons, 64 neutrons, and 71 electrons d)None of these

Station 7 (Atomic Structure Unit 2) The atom represented by the following notation contains: 132 68 X -3 a)132 protons, 68 neutrons, and 3 electrons b)68 protons, 132 neutrons, and 65 electrons c)68 protons, 64 neutrons, and 71 electrons d)None of these

Station 8 (Atomic Structure Unit 2) The electron configuration for the N -3 ion is… a)1s 2 2s 2 2p 3 b)1s 2 2s 2 c)1s 2 2s 2 2p 5 d)1s 2 2s 2 2p 6

Station 8 (Atomic Structure Unit 2) The electron configuration for the N -3 ion is… a)1s 2 2s 2 2p 3 b)1s 2 2s 2 c)1s 2 2s 2 2p 5 d)1s 2 2s 2 2p 6

Station 9 (Periodicity Unit 3) How many valence electrons does an atom of bromine contain? a)8 b)7 c)6 d)5 e)4

Station 9 (Periodicity Unit 3) How many valence electrons does an atom of bromine contain? a)8 b)7 c)6 d)5 e)4

Station 10 (Periodicity Unit 3) Which of the following elements has the smallest atomic radius? a)Ca b)Ge c)I d)O e)Not enough information

Station 10 (Periodicity Unit 3) Which of the following elements has the smallest atomic radius? a)Ca b)Ge c)I d)O e)Not enough information

Station 11 (Periodicity Unit 3) Which of the following trends is NOT associated with elements who form anions? a)Low ionization energy b)High electronegativity c)Small atomic radius d)Small ionic radius e)All of these are associated with anions.

Station 11 (Periodicity Unit 3) Which of the following trends is NOT associated with elements who form anions? a)Low ionization energy b)High electronegativity c)Small atomic radius d)Small ionic radius e)All of these are associated with anions.

Station 12 (Periodicity Unit 3) Which choice best describes the electronegativity pattern on the periodic table? a)Increases down the table and across the table from left to right b)Increases down the table and across the table from left to right excluding noble gases c)Increases up the table and across the table from left to right d)Increases up the table and across the table from left to right excluding noble gases

Station 12 (Periodicity Unit 3) Which choice best describes the electronegativity pattern on the periodic table? a)Increases down the table and across the table from left to right b)Increases down the table and across the table from left to right excluding noble gases c)Increases up the table and across the table from left to right d)Increases up the table and across the table from left to right excluding noble gases

Station 13 (Periodicity Unit 3) The columns on the periodic table are called _____________, and they are based upon the ____________ in an atom. a)Periods; number of energy levels b)Families; number of energy levels c)Groups; number of valence electrons d)None of these

Station 13 (Periodicity Unit 3) The columns on the periodic table are called _____________, and they are based upon the ____________ in an atom. a)Periods; number of energy levels b)Families; number of energy levels c)Groups; number of valence electrons d)None of these

Station 14 (Periodicity Unit 3) Why do the halogens have similar properties within the family? a)All of the halogens have the same number of electrons. b)All of the halogens have the same number of electron energy levels. c)All of the halogens have the same number of protons. d)All of the halogens have the same number of valence electrons.

Station 14 (Periodicity Unit 3) Why do the halogens have similar properties within the family? a)All of the halogens have the same number of electrons. b)All of the halogens have the same number of electron energy levels. c)All of the halogens have the same number of protons. d)All of the halogens have the same number of valence electrons.

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