Review for the periodic assessment

Color Key: major topic - broad question - (state standard) - suggested tutorials/sample questions/short answers - to help you study the question.

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Gas Laws:

1. What happens to the air and why when a person ascends a mountain? (4g)


2. Convert different units of temperature. (4e)

          and Old Worksheet

3. What is STP and when, where, how and why is it used? (4d)


4. What is the Ideal Gas Law and how can it be used to solve for the unknown variable? example: PV=nRT where volume (V) is to be determined. (4g)


  Ideal Gas Law Warksheet

 Ideal Gas Law Question sheet.


Acids and Bases: flow charts - acids - bases

5. How can red cabbage pigment be used as an acid/base indicator? (5a)

             Experiment: Magic Liquids Go here to get the recipe for Red Cabbage Juice. Go here for the color spectrum and pH of cabbage juice.

6. What makes acids and bases weak or strong? (5b)

             ppt: Properties of Acids and Bases

7. What are the three major regions of the pH scale (acid, base, neutral) with respect to pH = 0 through 14? (5d)

             ppt: Properties of Acids and Bases

8. What is a hydrogen Ion Donor and Acceptor with regard to acids and bases? (5b)

             ppt: Properties of Acids and Bases

9. What happens when an acid comes into contact with a metal? What are the products? 

             ppt: Properties of Acids and Bases

10. How is pOH related to pH?

             pH, pOH and the Ionization of Water

             FYI: For all water solutions, pH + pOH = 14


Solutions and Concentration:

11. What are the appearances of a solution, supension, a colliod, and two immiscible liquids such as oil and water?

          Suspensions, Colloids and Solutions


12. Use molarity and stoichiometry to solve a word problem. (3e)


          Mass to Mass Stoichiometry Questions

13. How is soda made?

          How Carbonated Drinks Are Made

14. What is diffusion of a gas? (4b)


15. Find molar mass. (3d)

          Molar Mass Worksheet

16. Freezing Point Depression and BP elevation. (6e)


17. Concentration in PPM. (6d)

          Parts Per Million WS

18. Molarity Word Problem. (6d)

          Molarity Practice Problems

19. Identify the Solvent (6a)


          Dissolving Process

          Different ways of dissolving and implications

20. What is a mole? Simplest word problem. (3c)


21. How does heat affect the Solubility of a gas in a liquid and a solid in a liquid? (6c)


22. Factors that affect rate of dissolution and solubility of a solid in a liquid. (6c)



Chemical Reactions:


23. What is meant by "Equilibrium" in a Chemical Reaction (9b)

              Equilibrium: What is it?

24. What can cause a shift in equilibrium? (9a)


        Le Chatlier's Principle pdf


25. Balance a redox reaction. (3g)

        Redox Practice Problems pdf



26. What are some of the Advantages and Disadvantages of the various models used to answer or explain some chemistry questions?