Basics of Chemistry Worksheet-3
A. Scientific system B. English system
C. Metric system D. None of the above
A. Units that are derived from English system
B. Units that have two or more base units in it (i.e. kilogram per cubic meter)
C. Units that are derived for research
D. Units that have energy unit in it
A. 10 B. 100 C. 1000 D. 10,000
A. Atoms B. Molecule C. Unit D. Singleton
A. Neutron B. Magnetron C. Proton D. Electron
A. Revolves around the nucleus
B. In the core
C. Inside the proton
D. Inside the neutron
A. Properties that describe the chemical characteristics of matter.
B. Properties that describe the physical characteristics of matter.
C. Properties that describe the color of matter.
D. Properties that describe the size of matter.
A. Toxicity B. Reactivity with oxygen
C. Density D. Flammability
A. Particle spacing will decrease.
B. Particle spacing will increase.
C. Particle spacing will remain unchanged.
D. It may increase or decrease.
A. less dense and heavy B. less dense and cooler
C. less dense and light D. more dense and heavy
1.-(c); 2.-(b); 3.-(c); 4.-(a); 5.-(b); 6.-(a); 7.-(b); 8.-(c); 9.-(b); 10.-(c)