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By David M. Klein

Natural chemistry might be difficult, yet that doesn’t suggest you can’t get the grade you will have. This booklet issues out the key ideas in natural chemistry and explains why they're suitable to the remainder of the path. It offers time-saving research counsel and a transparent roadmap on your stories that can assist you concentration your efforts. And it is helping you enhance the talents you must remedy numerous difficulties types—even unexpected ones!

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All masses and nuclear charges have been conserved. 68. C The Hoffmann apparatus is used to break down water into hydrogen and oxygen gases via the use of a battery or external current. This process is called electrolysis. The reaction can also be classified as a decomposition reaction because the water is being broken down into simpler substances. 69. D Adding NaCl to the solution increases the amount of chloride ions in solution. This will shift the equilibrium to the right and form more solid silver chloride.

21. Boyle’s Law. 22. Used to find energy gained or lost during a particular phase change. Questions 23–25 (A) Alpha particle (B) Beta particle (C) Neutron (D) Gamma ray (E) Positron Questions 20–22 23. Has the greatest mass. (A) q = mc∆T (B) q = Hvm 24. Has the greatest positive charge. (C) P1V1 = P2V2 25. Has the same mass and charge as an electron. (D) D = m / V (E) K = C + 273 GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE DIAGNOSTIC TEST 21 DIAGNOSTIC TEST—Continued Part B Directions: Each question below consists of two statements.

But if you do run out of time, don’t panic. Make sure that you have marked your answer sheet for all the questions that you have answered so far. Then look ahead at the questions you have not yet read. Can you answer any of them quickly, without taking the time to do lengthy calculations? If you can, mark your answers in the time you have left. Every point counts! • Use extra time to check your work. If you have time left over at the end of the test, go back and check your work. Make sure that you have marked the answer sheet correctly.

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