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1 The following compound is a(n): A.Organic Acid B.Ester C.Alcohol D.Halogen Derivative

2 The following compound is a(n): A.Organic Acid B.Ester C.Alcohol D.Halogen Derivative

3 What is the pH of a substance with a [OH-] of 3.0 x ?

4 What is the pH of a substance with a [OH-] of 3.0 x ? 8.5

5 True or False: A substance with a pOH of 3 is an acid

6 This substance has a pH of 11 which makes it a base

7 Which of the following is a property of a base a.Slippery feel b.Sour taste c.Turns litmus paper red d.Turns phenolthalein clear

8 Which of the following is a property of a base a.Slippery feel b.Sour taste c.Turns litmus paper red d.Turns phenolthalein clear

9 Neutralization reactions are examples of A.Single replacement reactions B.Double replacement reactions C.Synthesis reactions D.Decomposition reactions

10 Neutralization reactions are examples of A.Single replacement reactions B.Double replacement reactions C.Synthesis reactions D.Decomposition reactions

11 The following compound is a(n): A.Organic Acid B.Ester C.Alcohol D.Halogen Derivative

12 The following compound is a(n): A.Organic Acid B.Ester C.Alcohol D.Halogen Derivative

13 A solution with a pH of 7 is A.Acidic B.Basic C.Neutral D.None of the above

14 A solution with a pH of 7 is A.Acidic B.Basic C.Neutral D.None of the above

15 The following compound is an… A.Alkane B.Alkene C.Alkyne

16 The following compound is an… A.Alkane B.Alkene C.Alkyne

17 True or False: Alkenes contain at least one double bond

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19 The following compound is… A.Hexane B.Pentene C.Heptyne

20 The following compound is… A.Hexane B.Pentene C.Heptyne

21 True or False: The following structure is an example of an unsaturated hydrocarbon

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23 The hydrogen ion concentration [H + ] of a solution is 1 x M. What is the pH?

24 13

25 The following compound is an… A.Aromatic hydrocarbon B.Alkene C.Alkyne

26 The following compound is an… A.Aromatic hydrocarbon B.Alkene C.Alkyne

27 A substance that is formed from the positive ion of a base and a negative ion from an acid is called a: A.Base B.Acid C.Salt D.Water

28 A substance that is formed from the positive ion of a base and a negative ion from an acid is called a: A.Base B.Acid C.Salt D.Water

29 All organic compounds contain A.Hydrogen B.Carbon C.Nitrogen D.Oxygen

30 All organic compounds contain A.Hydrogen B.Carbon C.Nitrogen D.Oxygen

31 Bases are considered: A.proton donors B.proton acceptors C.electron donors D.electron acceptors

32 Bases are considered: A.proton donors B.proton acceptors C.electron donors D.electron acceptors

33 Which of the following gases contribute to acid rain? A.sulfur dioxide (SO 2 ) B.carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) C.nitrogen dioxide (NO 2 ) D.All of the above contribute to acid rain

34 Which of the following gases contribute to acid rain? A.sulfur dioxide (SO 2 ) B.carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) C.nitrogen dioxide (NO 2 ) D.All of the above contribute to acid rain

35 True or False: NaOH is an example of an acid

36 NaOH is a base because it ends in OH

37 If the pOH of a solution is 5.5, what is the [OH-] concentration?

38 – 3.2x10 -6 M

39 A substance with the same chemical formula but a different structural formula is called a… A.Covalent Bond B.Alkene C.Aromatic Hydrocarbon D.Isomer

40 A substance with the same chemical formula but a different structural formula is called a… A.Covalent Bond B.Alkene C.Aromatic Hydrocarbon D.Isomer

41 Ringed hydrocarbons are also known as A.Alkanes B.Alkenes C.Alkynes D.Aromatic Hydrocarbons

42 Ringed hydrocarbons are also known as A.Alkanes B.Alkenes C.Alkynes D.Aromatic Hydrocarbons

43 What is the value for acid rain?

44 – 5.6


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