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Chemistry 1 Final Exam Practice Problems
1. What is the difference between the following?
a. gas
b. liquid
c. solid
2. What is a physical change?
Chemical Change?
3. What is a homogeneous mixture?
Heterogenous mixture?
4. What is a physical property?
5. Convert the following measurements
a. 200.010 dm to Hm
b. 2.687 x 10-2 m to g
c. 240.45 L to kL
6. Turn the following numbers into scientific notation or scientific notation into numbers
a. 345,000 g
b. 0.000040333 g
c. 2.67 x 10 -3
7. A brick used in the construction of a pottery kiln is 10.0 cm wide, 5.8 cm tall, and 8,6 cm long. The brick has a mass of
2388 g. (1 cm3 = 1 mL) What is the density of this brick?
8. Use dimensional analysis to answer the following questions.
a. 320.05 grams to ounces (16 oz= 1 pound, 453.6 grams= 1 pound)
b. 399.0 yards to meters ( 2.54 cm= 1 inch)
9. How many sig figs are in the following numbers?
a. 6.0078 x 108
b. 0.000398030
c. 0.00070700
10. Use sig figs to answer the following arithmetic problems
8.22 + 3.6 =
d. 5500
54.1 =
9.766 / 3.44 =
567.0 x
432 =
6.76 + 14=
0.0004 x 234.2 =
11. If the true mass of an object is 34.2 g and your balance said 33.9 grams. What would be the percent error?
12. The four isotopes of chromium are shown below, each with a percent abundance and the composition of its nucleus.
Using these data, calculate (show work) the average atomic mass for ______________.
12 p+
12 p+
12 p+
12 n0
13 n0
14 n0
78.99 %
10.00 %
13. Complete the following table. Be careful with the mass number…it is not atomic mass!
Ionic Charge
Number of
Number of
Number of
14. What is the difference between the atomic mass and the mass number?
15. Write and balance the nuclear equation for the following atoms
a. Uranium-242 decays by beta emission
b. Gallium- 73 decays by the alpha emission.
16. Write the shorthand electron configuration for the following elements. Use the noble gas base, if you wish.
a. Potassium
b. Zinc
c. Uranium
17. Write the orbital diagram (arrow) for the following elements. You may use the noble gas base if you’d like.
a. Oxygen
b. Argon
c. Barium
18. What is the ground state? When is an electron stable?
19. Answer the following questions about the periodic table.
a. Explain why noble gases are inert and do not form ions.
b. Identify the name of the group that contains the element fluorine _______________
c. Give the name of the element in the alkali group that has the greatest electron affinity _________.
d. Identify the element in the oxygen group whose outermost electrons are in the fourth energy level____.
e. Identify the name of a group of elements that contains only metals______________.
f. Identify a characteristic that elements in the same period have in common_____________.
20. Answer the following questions about these atoms:
a. Which has the smallest atomic radius? Mg or Ba? Explain.
b. Which has a smaller radius?
As or Br? Explain why.
c. Which atom has the lowest ionization energy? Se or Po? Explain.
21. Name the following atoms described by these electron configurations:
a. 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s3
b. [Kr] 5s2 4d8
Name an element with high ionization energy. _______
Is this most likely to be a cation or anion? _______
Will this ion be larger or smaller than a neutral atom of the same element? ___________
23. Define the following terms:
a. valence electrons
24. Draw the Lewis Structure for the following elements.
a. Arsenic
b. Boron
b. electronegativity
c. Neon
d. Sodium
25. If an atom has an electron configuration of 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p6 4s2 3d10 4p2, how many valence electrons does it have?
26. Describe the difference structurally between an ionic compound and a covalent compound.
27. Draw the Lewis Structure for the following compounds. Use lines for the covalent molecules and include any bond
dipoles present.
a. CaF2
b. CHCl3
c. N2
d. CH3NH2
f. Li3P
g. HF
h. NCl3
j. C2Cl4
28. Draw the Lewis Structure for the following “exceptional” compounds. Use lines for these covalent molecules, and
DO NOT include any bond dipoles. a. PF5
b. XeF6
c. BBr3
29. Please name the following compounds:
a. HBr
b. LiOH
c. Cl2O
d. HClO3
e. FeCl2
f. (NH4)2 SO3
g. LiBr
h. CaBr2
i. Ni3(PO4)2
j. K2CO3
k. PCl5
l. O2
m. Sn(CO3)2
30. Write the chemical formula for each of the
following compounds.
a. aluminum bromide
b. Copper (II) sulfate
c. dinitrogen monoxide
d. lead (IV) dichromate
e. copper II sulfate hexahydrate
f. nitrogen gas
g. hydrobromic acid
h. barium hydroxide
i. carbon tetraiodide
j. diphosphorus pentaoxide
k. ammonia
l. strontium oxide
m. acetic acid
31. State the VSEPR theory. (State the theory, not just what the letters stand for.)
32. Can a molecule with polar bonds be a nonpolar molecule? Explain.
33. Complete the following table. No need to include molecular dipoles.
Structural Formula
(include bond dipoles)
Molecular Shape
(Give the Name)
Polar/ Nonpolar
Carbon dioxide
34. For the following reactions, please balance the equation and state the type of reaction.
1. AgNO3 +
2. NH4NO3 
3. FeO
 Fe2O3
+ O2
4. C5H10O2 +
+ H2O
 CO2
5. Fe(OH)3 + H2SO4 
6. Ni + HCl 
+ H 2O
35. For the following word reactions, please convert them to formulas and then balance the equation and state the
type of reaction.
a. nitric acid reacts with calcium hydroxide to form calcium nitrate and water.
b. C6H6, burns in air (also predict the products)
c. magnesium iodide reacts with lithium hydroxide to yield magnesium hydroxide and lithium iodide
copper metal is added to tin (II) nitrite and forms copper (II) nitrite and tin .
36. Using the given reactants, predict the products, balance the equations, and state the type of reaction.
O2 
a. C5H10 +
b. AlF3
c. Mg
H 2O 
d. H2SO4
Ba(OH)2 
e. KClO3 
f. Cu
NiCl2 
37. a. What is the molar mass of C8H10N4O2?
b. What is the percent of N?
38. Determine the percent composition of Ba(NO3)2.
39. How many grams are in 34.26 moles of BaCl2?
40. What is the mass of 17.42 moles of Copper?
b. How many atoms is this?
41. How many atoms are in 2174.33 grams of Calcium?
42. How many grams are there in 4.539 x 10 26 molecules of ammonia?
43. The compound CH and C6H6. Which is the empirical formula and which is the molecular formula?
44. If the empirical formula is CO2 and the molecular mass is 176.0 g/mol. What is its molecular formula?
45. Determine the empirical formula of the compound of the following elements:
62.1% C,
5.21 % H, 12.1% N,
20.7% O
46. A compound is found to contain 59.0 % C, 7.1% H, 26.2 % O, and 7.7 % N with a MW of 180 g/mol.
a) What is the empirical formula of this compound?
b) What is the molecular formula of the compound?