AQA Chemistry C1 - The Fundamental Ideas

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Quiz on AQA Chemistry C1 - The Fundamental Ideas, created by Kaylan Patel on 01/31/2015.

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Question 1

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Which are the correct subatomic particles?
Answer
  • Proton, Neutron, Electron
  • Molecules, Neuton, Force
  • Electron, Nucleus, Proton

Question 2

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Neutrons have a negative charge.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 3

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Select all of the true options about electrons.
Answer
  • Positively charged.
  • Mass of 0
  • Found in the nucleus.
  • Same number of electrons as there are neutrons in an atom.
  • Same number of electrons as there are protons in an atom.
  • The atomic number shows the number of electrons.
  • Negatively Charged.
  • Mass of 1.
  • Found in the energy levels surrounding the nucleus.

Question 4

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Elements in the same group have the same number of electrons in their outermost energy levels.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 5

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Nobel gases have a full outer shell.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 6

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Nobel gases are highly reactive.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 7

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When chemicals react...
Answer
  • They chemically bond and orbit each other.
  • They chemically bond by just getting rid of excess electrons.
  • They chemically bond either by exchanging electrons, or by sharing them

Question 8

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The mass of the products should be lower than the mass of the reactants.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 9

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The body has many ways to protect the body from the effects of pathogens. What is the role of mucus in this process?
Answer
  • It kill the pathogen.
  • Traps the pathogen, preventing it from entering the body.
  • It harms the pathogen.
  • All of the above.

Question 10

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What is the role of white blood cells in preventing pathogens from harming us?
Answer
  • Can ingest pathogens within the white blood cells themselves.
  • Produce antibodies which attach to pathogens and destroy them.
  • Produce antitoxins to contract the toxins produced by pathogens.
  • Overheat the pathogen, killing them.
  • Forcing the pathogens out through the respiratory system.
  • Placing the pathogen within the cytoplasm of cells.
  • Overheat the pathogen, killing them.
  • Forcing the pathogens out through the respiratory system.
  • Placing the pathogen within the cytoplasm of cells.
  • Overheat the pathogen, killing them.
  • Forcing the pathogens out through the respiratory system.
  • Placing the pathogen within the cytoplasm of cells.
  • Overheat the pathogen, killing them.
  • Forcing the pathogens out through the respiratory system.
  • Placing the pathogen within the cytoplasm of cells.
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