500 AP Chemistry Questions to Know by Test Day by Mina Lebitz

By Mina Lebitz

Organized for simple reference and the most important perform, insurance of the entire crucial themes provided as 500 AP-style questions with distinctive solution explanations

5 Steps to a five: 500 AP Chemistry inquiries to understand by means of try out Day is customized to satisfy your research needs—whether you will have left it to the final minute to arrange otherwise you were learning for months. you are going to take advantage of going over the questions written to parallel the subject, structure, and measure of trouble of the questions inside the AP examination, followed via solutions with entire explanations.

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  • 500 AP-style questions and solutions referenced to middle AP materials
  • Review causes for correct and incorrect answers
  • Additional on-line practice
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0 L of NO at STP? 224. 5 mol O2 as completely as possible, how many moles of reactant would remain unreacted (in excess)? 0 mol NH3 Questions 225–227 refer to the following reaction of potassium superoxide (KO2). KO2 is used for its ability to absorb carbon dioxide gas and release oxygen. 225. 00 mol of CO2(g) are available? 5 226. What volume of CO2 is required to react with excess KO2 to produce 6 L of O2(g) at STP? 6 L 227. 6 L 228. Which of the following is the correct net ionic equation for the reaction of sodium hydroxide and nitric acid?

Highest first ionization energy 4. Highest electronegativity 5. Highest electron affinity 6. Largest atomic radius 7. Most metallic character 8. 904. Given that the only two naturally occurring isotopes are 79Br and 81Br, the abundance of 79Br isotope is approximately: (A) 20 percent (B) 40 percent (C) 50 percent (D) 80 percent (E) 99 percent 9. 62. Given that there are only three naturally occurring isotopes of strontium, 86Sr, 87Sr, and 88Sr, which of the following must be true? (A) 86Sr is the most abundant isotope.

A) F− has a more massive nucleus than O2–. (B) F− has a higher electronegativity than O2–. (C) F− has a greater nuclear charge than O2–. (D) F− has a greater number of electrons than O2–. (E) F− has more nucleons and electrons than O2–. 16. All of the following are true statements about the periodic table except: (A) The reactivity of the group 1 alkali metals increases with increasing period. (B) The reactivity of the group 17 halogens decreases with increasing period. (C) The group 1 and 2 metals react with water to form basic solutions.

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