New PDF release: 5 Steps to a 5 AP Chemistry, 2010-2011 Edition, Third

By Richard H. Langley, John Moore

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82. C—Alpha particles are the least penetrating, and gamma rays are the most penetrating. 83. C—Mass difference = 236 − 4(1) − 136 = 96. Atomic number difference = 92 − 4(0) − 53 = 39. 84. C—After one half-life, 50% would remain. After another half-life this would be reduced by 1⁄2 to 25%. The total amount decayed is 75%. 3 years each. Chapter 18 85. 40 g) (1 mol/14 g) 86. B. 30 ❯ STEP 2. Determine Your Test Readiness Scoring and Interpretation Now that you have finished and scored the diagnostic exam, it is time for you to learn what it all means.

4. Easy is as easy does. It’s exam day and you’re all geared up to set this very difficult test on its ear. Question number one looks like a no-brainer. Of course! The answer is 7, choice c. Rather than smiling at the satisfaction that you knew the answer, you doubt yourself. Could it be that easy? Sometimes they are just that easy. 5. Sometimes, a blind squirrel finds an acorn. Should you guess? If you have absolutely no clue which choice is correct, guessing is a poor strategy. With five choices, your chance of getting the question wrong is 80%, and every wrong answer costs you 1/4 of a point.

C—Basic postulate of kinetic molecular theory. 26. A—One of the properties of free energy. 27. B—Definition. 28. B. 1 kJ 1 2 28 ❯ STEP 2. Determine Your Test Readiness 29. C—The one with the greatest increase in the moles of gas. Chapter 12 30. D—Nonspontaneous means ΔG > 0. Becoming spontaneous at lower temperature means ΔH < 0 and ΔS < 0. 47. D—Both graphite and diamond are covalentnetwork solids. Chapter 10 49. C—Calcium carbonate is ionic. 48. A—Calcium is a metal, and answer A applies to metallic bonding.

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