Chemistry Practice SR Questions. 1. A game called “What am I?” is played by naming observable properties of an object and then guessing what the object is. Here are some observable properties of an object that should be found in your classroom:
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Practice SR Questions
1. A game called “What am I?” is played by naming observable properties of an object and then guessing what the object is. Here are some observable properties of an object that should be found in your classroom:
“I am rectangular in shape, flat, able to be folded, & white.” What am I?
2. Which list of items create a new material when they are combined?
3. “Goo” is made by adding water to a cornstarch. Before the water was added, the cornstartch was powdery. When water was added, the physical properties changed. The “Goo” would run between the fingers of an open hand, but when squeezed, the “Goo” would become stiff. Based on the observations, the “Goo” has which of the following physical properties?
4. A class made lemonade, but it was not sweet enough. 50mL of sugar was added to 250mL of lemonade, what is the volume of the sweetened iced tea?
5. How Temperature Affects A Mystery Chemical
The unknown white substance is heated by the flame. Look at the data above. The state of matter of the unknown substance changes from a
6. When combining materials to make a mixture of trail mix using raisins, peanuts, and M&Ms, the property of each material
7. A teacher is combining ingredients to make cupcakes. She uses water, oil, eggs and cake mix. After she baked the cupcakes, the students noticed steam coming from them. What happened to the water when heated in the oven?
8. The picture shows beads of many shapes, sizes, and colors. Which of the these best describes the picture?
9. Which of the following best describes how the states of water changes as temperatures increase?
10. Philip put an ice cube in a jar, put the lid on the jar, then placed the jar on a scale. The mass of the jar and the ice cube was three units as shown in Diagram A above. Philip came back one hour later and the ice cube had melted. What unit will the arrow be pointing to in Diagram B to show the mass of the jar and melted ice cube?
11. The table above shows the observable properties of two materials. When the two materials are combined, they make a new material. Which answer below shows that a new material is made?
12. Jack is working with materials in his lab. He combined several materials to make a new material. What happened to the observable properties of the materials?
13. Which of these describes the formation of a mixture?
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