- Given the following symbol equation:
**2Mg + O**(Relative atomic masses, A_{2}==> 2MgO

Calculate how many g of magnesium oxide is formed by burning 24g of magnesium in air._{r}:**Mg = 24 and O = 16**) [com-1]- 40
- 16
- 20
- 80

- Given the following symbol equation:
**2Mg + O**(Relative atomic masses, A_{2}==> 2MgO

Calculate how many tonne of magnesium is needed to make 80 tonne of magnesium oxide._{r}:**Mg = 24 and O = 16**) [com-2]- 96
- 48
- 24
- 16

- Given the following symbol equation:
**CaCO**(Relative atomic masses, A_{3(s)}==> CaO_{(s)}+ CO_{2(g)}

Calculate how many kg of calcium carbonate is needed to make 56 kg of calcium oxide._{r}:**Ca = 40, C = 12 and O = 16**) [com-3]- 50
- 44
- 100
- 40

- Given the following symbol equation:
**CaCO**(Relative atomic masses, A_{3(s)}==> CaO_{(s)}+ CO_{2(g)}

Calculate how many g of carbon dioxide is formed if 25g of calcium carbonate is decomposed on heating to form 14g of calcium oxide._{r}:**Ca = 40, C = 12 and O = 16**) [com-4]- 22
- 44
- 10
- 11

- Given the symbol equation to show the formation of iron sulphide:
**Fe + S ==> FeS**(Relative atomic masses, A

Calculate the mass in g of iron sulphide formed when 5.6g of iron combines with 3.2g of sulphur._{r}:**Fe = 56 and S = 32**) [com-5]- 8.8
- 2.4
- 5.6
- 3.2

- Given the symbol equation to show the formation of iron sulphide:
**Fe + S ==> FeS**(Relative atomic masses, A

Calculate the mass in g of iron sulphide formed when 28g of iron combines with 16g of sulphur._{r}:**Fe = 56 and S = 32**) [com-6]- 12
- 44
- 28
- 16

- Given the symbol equation to show the formation of calcium chloride by burning calcium in chlorine:
**Ca**(Relative atomic masses, A_{(s)}+ Cl_{2(g)}==> CaCl_{2(s)}

Calculate the mass in g of calcium chloride formed when 20g of calcium combines with 35.5g of chlorine._{r}:**Ca = 40 and Cl = 35.5**) [com-7]- 15.5
- 70.0
- 55.5
- 17.5

- Given the symbol equation to show the formation of calcium chloride by burning calcium in chlorine:
**Ca**(Relative atomic masses, A_{(s)}+ Cl_{2(g)}==> CaCl_{2(s)}

Calculate the mass in g of chlorine needed when 40g of calcium forms 111g of calcium chloride._{r}:**Ca = 40 and Cl = 35.5**) [com-8]- 80
- 100
- 151
- 71

- Given the symbol equation to show the formation of aluminium sulphide by heating a mixture of aluminium and sulphur:
**2Al + 3S ==> Al**(Relative atomic masses, A_{2}S_{3}

How many g of sulphur is needed if 54g of aluminium is reacted to form 150g of aluminium sulphide?_{r}:**Al = 27 and S = 32**) [com-9]- 96
- 204
- 64
- 27

- Given the symbol equation to show the formation of aluminium sulphide by heating a mixture of aluminium and sulphur:
**2Al + 3S ==> Al**(Relative atomic masses, A_{2}S_{3}

How many kg of sulphur is needed if 108kg of aluminium is reacted to form 300kg of aluminium sulphide?_{r}:**Al = 27 and S = 32**) [com-10]- 408
- 192
- 96
- 32

- Given the symbol equation to show the formation of iron sulphide by heating a mixture of iron and sulphur:
**Fe + S ==> FeS**(Relative atomic masses, A

Calculate the mass in g of iron unreacted when 60g of iron reacts with 32g of sulphur to form 88g of iron sulphide._{r}:**Fe = 56 and S = 32**) [com-11]- 8
- 32
- 4
- 56

- Given the symbol equation to show the formation of iron sulphide by heating a mixture of iron and sulphur:
**Fe + S ==> FeS**(Relative atomic masses, A

Calculate the mass in g of sulphur unreacted when 28g of iron reacts with 22g of sulphur to form 44g of iron sulphide._{r}:**Fe = 56 and S = 32**) [com-12]- 22
- 16
- 12
- 6

- Given the symbol equation to show the formation of calcium chloride by burning calcium in chlorine:
**Ca**(Relative atomic masses, A_{(s)}+ Cl_{2(g)}==> CaCl_{2(s)}

Calculate the mass in g of calcium left unreacted when 25g of calcium reacts with 35.5g of chlorine._{r}:**Ca = 40 and Cl = 35.5**) [com-13]- 10.5
- 5.0
- 7.1
- 12.5

- Given the symbol equation to show the formation of calcium chloride by burning calcium in chlorine:
**Ca**(Relative atomic masses, A_{(s)}+ Cl_{2(g)}==> CaCl_{2(s)}

Calculate the mass in g of chlorine left unreacted when 80g of calcium reacts with 150g of chlorine to form 222g of calcium chloride._{r}:**Ca = 40 and Cl = 35.5**) [com-14]- 70
- 8
- 16
- 72

**Given the following relative atomic masses: Cu = 64, S = 32 and O = 16; calculate the relative formula mass of copper sulphate, CuSO**[rfm-1]_{4}- 160
- 112
- 96
- 336

**Given the following relative atomic masses: H = 1 and C = 12; calculate the relative molecular mass of ethane, C**[rfm-2]_{2}H_{6}- 13
- 30
- 18
- 25

**Given the following relative atomic masses: H = 1 and C = 12; calculate the relative molecular mass of octane, C**[rfm-3]_{8}H_{18}- 13
- 96
- 114
- 112

**Given the following relative atomic masses: H = 1, N = 14 and O = 16; calculate the relative formula mass of nitric acid, HNO**[rfm-4]_{3}- 31
- 93
- 62
- 63

**Given the following relative atomic masses: H = 1, N = 14 and O = 16; calculate the relative formula mass of ammonium nitrate, NH**[rfm-5]_{4}NO_{3}- 80
- 31
- 90
- 180

**Given the following relative atomic masses: H = 1, N = 14, O = 16 and S = 32; calculate the relative formula mass of ammonium sulphate, (NH**[rfm-6]_{4})_{2}SO_{4}- 63
- 132
- 216
- 100

**Given the following relative atomic masses: H = 1, O = 16 and S = 32; calculate the relative formula mass of sulphuric acid, H**[rfm-7]_{2}SO_{4}- 49
- 194
- 98
- 66

**Given the following relative atomic masses: O = 16, Al = 27 and S = 32; calculate the relative formula mass of aluminium sulphate, Al**[rfm-8]_{2}(SO_{4})_{3}- 75
- 315
- 171
- 342

**Given the following relative atomic masses: H = 1 and Cl = 35.5, calculate the relative formula mass of hydrochloric acid, HCl**[rfm-9]- 36.5
- 18
- 35.5
- 37.5

**Given the following relative atomic masses: Na = 23 and Cl = 35.5, calculate the relative formula mass of sodium chloride, NaCl**[rfm-10]- 40
- 58.5
- 49.5
- 35

**Given the following relative atomic masses: Ca = 40 and Cl = 35.5, calculate the relative formula mass of calcium chloride, CaCl**[rfm-11]_{2}- 75.5
- 151
- 111
- 146.5

**Given the following relative atomic masses: H = 1, O = 16 and Mg = 24, calculate the relative formula mass of magnesium hydroxide, Mg(OH)**[rfm-12]_{2}- 41
- 82
- 42
- 58

**Given the following relative atomic masses: Al = 27 and Cl = 35.5, calculate the relative formula mass of aluminium chloride, AlCl**[rfm-13]_{3}- 133.5
- 62.5
- 187.5
- 98

**Given the following relative atomic masses: H = 1, O = 16 and Al = 27, calculate the relative formula mass of aluminium hydroxide, Al(OH)**[rfm-14]_{3}- 44
- 78
- 132
- 46

**Given the following relative atomic masses: H = 1, C = 12 and O = 16; calculate the relative molecular mass of glucose, C**[rfm-5]_{6}H_{12}O_{6}- 29
- 40
- 180
- 90

**Given the following relative atomic masses: H = 1, C = 12 and O = 16; calculate the relative molecular mass of ethanol ('alcohol'), C**[rfm-16]_{2}H_{5}OH- 29
- 23
- 41
- 46

**Given the following relative atomic masses: H = 1, C = 12 and O = 16; calculate the relative molecular mass of ethanoic acid ('acetic acid'), CH**[rfm-17]_{3}COOH- 60
- 29
- 84
- 58

**Given the following relative atomic masses: O = 16 and Fe = 56; calculate the relative formula mass of iron(II) oxide, FeO**[rfm-18]- 40
- 72
- 56
- 16

**Given the following relative atomic masses: O = 16 and Fe = 56; calculate the relative formula mass of iron(III) oxide, Fe**[rfm-19]_{2}O_{3}- 72
- 200
- 160
- 216

**Given the following relative atomic masses: O = 16 and Fe = 56; calculate the relative formula mass of the iron oxide, Fe**[rfm-20]_{3}O_{4}- 72
- 272
- 174
- 232

**Given the following relative atomic masses: H = 1 and C = 12; calculate the relative molecular mass of methane, CH**[rfm-21]_{4}- 16
- 13
- 52
- 10

**Given the following relative atomic masses: H = 1 and C = 12; calculate the relative molecular mass of propane, C**[rfm-22]_{3}H_{8}- 13
- 44
- 99
- 40

**Given the following relative atomic masses: C = 12 and O = 16; calculate the relative molecular mass of carbon dioxide, CO**[rfm-23]_{2}- 28
- 56
- 44
- 14

**Given the following relative atomic masses: C = 12, O = 16 and Cu = 64; calculate the relative formula mass of copper carbonate, CuCO**[rfm-24]_{3}- 92
- 276
- 148
- 124

**Given the following relative atomic masses: C = 12, O = 16 and Ca = 40; calculate the relative formula mass of calcium carbonate, CaCO**[rfm-25]_{3}- 100
- 68
- 204
- 124

**How many moles of iron are there in 2.8g**? (atomic mass**Fe = 56**) [mam-1]- 0.05
- 156.8
- 20.0
- 2.0

**How many moles of sulphur are there in 64g**? (atomic mass**S = 32**) [mam-2]- 2048
- 2.0
- 0.5
- 0.05

**How many moles of sodium are there in 115g**? (atomic mass**Na = 23**) [mam-3]- 2645
- 0.2
- 5
- 4

**How many moles of carbon are there in 3g**? (atomic mass**C = 12**) [mam-4]- 36
- 4
- 0.5
- 0.25

**How many moles of zinc are there in 1.625g**? (atomic mass**Zn = 65**) [mam-5]- 0.025
- 105.6
- 40.0
- 100.0

**How many moles of iodine are there in 12.7g of I**? (atomic mass_{2}**I = 127**) [mam-6]- 10.0
- 0.05
- 0.10
- 5.0

**How many moles of chlorine are there in 213g of Cl**? (atomic mass_{2}**Cl = 35.5**) [mam-7]- 0.17
- 0.33
- 3.0
- 6.0

**How many moles of bromine are there in 6.4g of Br**? (atomic mass_{2}**Br = 80**) [mam-8]- 512
- 1024
- 0.08
- 0.04

**How many moles of phosphorus are there in 24.8g of P**? (atomic mass_{4}**P = 31**) [mam-9]- 0.2
- 0.8
- 7688
- 1922

**How many moles of oxygen are there in 128g of O**? (atomic mass_{2}**O = 16**) [mam-10]- 8
- 4
- 2048
- 1032

**How many moles of water are there in 4.5g of H**? (atomic masses:_{2}O**H = 1, O = 16**) [mam-11]- 81
- 0.26
- 0.25
- 72

**How many moles of methane are there in 112g of CH**? (atomic masses:_{4}**C = 12, H = 1**) [mam-12]- 8.6
- 1792
- 0.14
- 7.0

**How many moles of sodium sulphate are there in 7.1g of Na**? (atomic masses:_{2}SO_{4}**Na = 23, S = 32, O = 16**) [mam-13]- 0.05
- 10082
- 20
- 5

**How many moles of sulphuric acid are there in 2.45g of H**? (atomic masses:_{2}SO_{4}**H = 1, S = 32, O = 16**) [mam-14]- 240.1
- 0.025
- 40.0
- 3.0

**How many moles of calcium hydroxide are there in 25.9g of Ca(OH)**? (atomic masses:_{2}**Ca = 40, O = 16, H = 1**) [mam-15]- 2.86
- 1916
- 0.35
- 45.0

**How many g are there in 1.5 moles of aluminium**? (atomic mass**Al = 27**) [mam-16]- 0.056
- 18.0
- 9.0
- 40.5

**How many g are there in 0.02 moles of uranium**? (atomic mass**U = 238**) [mam-17]- 4.76
- 11900
- 0.00008
- 2.58

**How many g are there in 0.65 moles of magnesium**? (atomic mass**Mg = 24**) [mam-18]- 0.027
- 15.6
- 36.9
- 7.8

**How many g are there in 0.23 moles of silicon**? (atomic mass**Si = 28**) [mam-19]- 0.0082
- 121.7
- 6.44
- 0.82

**How many g are there in 7.3 moles of boron**? (atomic mass**B = 10.8**) [mam-20]- 0.68
- 1.48
- 70.0
- 78.84

**How many g are there in 0.05 moles of nitrogen, N**? (atomic mass_{2}**N = 14**) [mam-21]- 1.4
- 2.4
- 0.0035
- 280

**How many g are there in 0.75 moles of ozone, O**? (atomic mass_{3}**O = 16**) [mam-22]- 0.047
- 36.0
- 12.0
- 0.016

**How many g are there in 2.5 moles of oxygen, O**? (atomic mass_{2}**O = 16**) [mam-23]- 4.0
- 6.4
- 80.0
- 40.0

**How many g are there in 0.16 moles of chlorine, Cl**? (atomic mass_{2}**Cl = 35.5**) [mam-24]- 5.68
- 221.8
- 443.8
- 11.36

**How many g are there in 1.65 moles of iodine, I**? (atomic mass_{2}**I = 127**) [mam-25]- 419.1
- 77.0
- 154.0
- 209.6

**How many g are there in 3.6 moles of sodium hydroxide, NaOH**? (atomic masses:**Na = 23, O = 16, H = 1**) [mam-26]- 0.09
- 144
- 11.1
- 7.2

**How many g are there in 1.5 moles of nitric acid, HNO**? (atomic masses:_{3}**H = 1, N = 14, O = 16**) [mam-27]- 42.0
- 0.024
- 94.5
- 46.5

**How many g are there in 0.15 moles of ammonium sulphate, (NH**? (atomic masses:_{4})_{2}SO_{4}**N = 14, H = 1, S = 32, O = 16**) [mam-28]- 0.0011
- 880.0
- 17.1
- 19.8

**How many g are there in 0.8 moles of aluminium hydroxide, Al(OH)**? (atomic masses:_{3}**Al = 27, O = 16, H = 1**) [mam-29]- 62.4
- 97.5
- 0.01
- 10.0

**How many g are there in 0.005 moles of sodium thiosulphate, Na**? (atomic masses:_{2}S_{2}O_{3}**Na = 23, S = 32, O =16**) [mam-30]- 0.71
- 0.79
- 0.63
- 0.55

**It was found that 0.2 moles of atoms of an element had a mass of 3.2g. What is the relative atomic mass of the element**? [mam-31]- 6.4
- 8.0
- 16.0
- 15.0

**It was found that 0.005 moles of atoms of an element had a mass of 0.295g. What is the relative atomic mass of the element**? [mam-32]- 15
- 60
- 16
- 59

**It was found that 0.15 moles of atoms of an element had a mass of 10.95g. What is the relative atomic mass of the element**? [mam-33]- 73
- 164
- 82
- 146

**It was found that 0.4 moles of atoms of an element had a mass of 56.2g. What is the relative atomic mass of the element**? [mam-34]- 22.5
- 140.5
- 224.0
- 25.0

**It was found that 0.015 moles of atoms of an element had a mass of 2.88g. What is the relative atomic mass of the element**? [mam-35]- 432
- 450
- 192
- 200

**It was found that 0.25 moles of atoms of an element had a mass of 40.65g. What is the relative atomic mass of the element**? [mam-36]- 10.2
- 102.0
- 16.0
- 162.6

**It was found that 0.002 moles of a compound had a mass of 0.24g. What is the relative formula mass of the compound**? [mam-37]- 120
- 12
- 48
- 480

**It was found that 0.005 moles of a compound had a mass of 0.2025g. What is the relative formula mass of the compound**? [mam-38]- 101.3
- 40.5
- 24.7
- 247

**It was found that 0.25 moles of a compound had a mass of 14.05g. What is the relative formula mass of the compound**? [mam-39]- 177.8
- 35.1
- 56.2
- 28.1

**It was found that 0.025 moles of a compound had a mass of 0.70g. What is the relative formula mass of the compound**? [mam-40]- 175
- 280
- 140
- 28

**If 54g of aluminium combines with oxygen to form 102g of aluminium oxide, work out the formula of aluminium oxide.**(Relative atomic masses:**Al = 27 and O = 16**) [emp-1]- Al
_{2}O_{3} - Al
_{2}O - AlO
_{2} - AlO
_{3}

- Al
**In an experiment, 56g of iron combined with exactly 64g of sulphur. Work out the formula of the iron sulphide formed.**(Relative atomic masses:**Fe = 56 and S = 32**) [emp-2]- FeS
- FeS
_{2} - Fe
_{2}S - FeS
_{3}

**In an experiment, 21g of lithium combined with exactly 14g of nitrogen. Work out the formula of lithium nitride.**(Relative atomic masses:**Li = 7 and N = 14**) [emp-3]- LiN
_{2} - Li
_{2}N - Li
_{3}N - LiN
_{3}

- LiN
**If 168g of iron combined with oxygen to form 232g of an iron oxide, work out the formula of the iron oxide.**(Relative atomic masses:**Fe = 56 and O = 16**) [emp-4]- FeO
- FeO
_{2} - Fe
_{2}O_{3} - Fe
_{3}O_{4}

**If 28g of silicon combined with oxygen to form 60g of silicon oxide, work out the formula of silicon oxide.**(Relative atomic masses:**Si = 28 and O = 16**) [emp-5]- SiO
_{2} - SiO
- Si
_{2}O - SiO
_{3}

- SiO
**In an experiment, heating 128g of copper combined with exactly 32g of sulphur. Work out the formula of the copper sulphide formed.**(Relative atomic masses:**Cu = 64 and S = 32**) [emp-6]- CuS
- Cu
_{2}S - CuS
_{2} - CuS
_{4}

**In an experiment, excess chlorine was passed over 24g of heated magnesium metal until all the metal had reacted. If 95g of white magnesium chloride solid was formed, work out the formula of magnesium chloride.**(Relative atomic masses:**Mg = 24 and Cl = 35.5**) [emp-7]- MgCl
- Mg
_{2}Cl - MgCl
_{2} - MgCl
_{3}

**In an experiment, excess chlorine was passed over 27g of heated aluminium metal until all the metal had reacted. If 133.5g of white aluminium chloride was formed work out the formula of aluminium chloride.**(Relative atomic masses:**Al = 27 and Cl = 35.5**) [emp-8]- Al
_{3}Cl - AlCl
_{2} - AlCl
_{4} - AlCl
_{3}

- Al
**In an experiment, excess chlorine was passed over 28g of heated silicon until all of it had reacted. If 170g of liquid silicon chloride was formed work out the formula of silicon chloride.**(Relative atomic masses:**Si = 28 and Cl = 35.5**) [emp-9]- SiCl
_{4} - SiCl
_{2} - Si
_{2}Cl - Si
_{4}Cl

- SiCl
**In an experiment, excess chlorine was passed over 31g of hot phosphorus until all of it had reacted. If 208.5g of white phosphorus chloride was formed work out the formula of phosphorus chloride.**(Relative atomic masses:**P = 31 and Cl = 35.5**) [emp-10]- PCl
_{3} - PCl
_{5} - PCl
_{6} - PCl
_{7}

- PCl
**If 8g of sulphur combines with 12g of oxygen, what is the formula of the sulphur oxide formed**? (Relative atomic masses:**S = 32 and O = 16**) [emp-11]- SO
- SO
_{2} - SO
_{3} - SO
_{4}

**If 16g of sulphur combines with 103.5g of lead, what is the formula of the lead sulphide formed**? (Relative atomic masses:**S = 32 and Pb = 207**) [emp-12]- Pb
_{2}S - PbS
_{2} - PbS
_{6} - PbS

- Pb
**If 40g of calcium combines with 160g of bromine, what is the formula of calcium bromide**? (Relative atomic masses:**Ca = 40 and Br = 80**) [emp-13]- CaBr
_{2} - CaBr
- CaBr
_{3} - Ca
_{2}Br

- CaBr
**78g of potassium combines with 160g of bromine. What is the simplest formula of potassium bromide**? (Relative atomic masses:**K = 39 and Br = 80**) [emp-14]- KBr
_{2} - KBr
- K
_{2}Br - KBr
_{4}

- KBr
**48g of magnesium combines with 320g of bromine, what is the formula of magnesium bromide**? (Relative atomic masses:**Mg = 24 and Br = 80**) [emp-15]- MgBr
- Mg
_{2}Br - MgBr
_{2} - MgBr
_{3}

**160g of calcium combines with 64g of oxygen, what is the formula of calcium oxide**? (Relative atomic masses:**Ca = 40 and O = 16**) [emp-16]- CaO
_{2} - Ca
_{2}O - Ca
_{4}O_{4} - CaO

- CaO
**What is the formula of the phosphorus oxide formed when 62g of phosphorus combines with 80g of oxygen**? (Relative atomic masses:**P = 31 and O = 16**) [emp-17]- P
_{2}O_{5} - PO
- P
_{2}O - PO
_{5}

- P
**72g of magnesium combines with 48g of oxygen, what is the formula of magnesium oxide**? (Relative atomic masses:**Mg = 24 and O = 16**) [emp-18]- MgO
_{2} - MgO
- Mg
_{3}O_{3} - Mg
_{2}O

- MgO
**46g of sodium combined with 16g of oxygen. What is the formula of the sodium oxide formed**? (Relative atomic masses:**Na = 23 and O = 16**) [emp-19]- NaO
- NaO
_{2} - Na
_{2}O - Na
_{2}O_{2}

**78g of potassium combined with 32g of sulphur. What is the formula of potassium sulphide formed**? (Relative atomic masses:**K = 39 and S = 32**) [emp-20]- KS
- KS
_{2} - K
_{2}S_{2} - K
_{2}S

**56g of iron combined with 240g of bromine. What is the formula of the iron bromide formed**? (Relative atomic masses:**Fe = 56 and Br = 80**) [emp-21]- FeBr
_{3} - FeBr
_{2} - Fe
_{3}Br - FeBr

- FeBr
**If 20.9g of bismuth combines with 24.0g of bromine, what is the formula of the bismuth bromide formed**? (Relative atomic masses:**Bi = 209 and Br = 80**) [emp-22]- BiBr
- BiBr
_{3} - Bi
_{3}Br - BiBr
_{2}

**If 54g of aluminium combines with 96g of sulphur, what is the formula of aluminium sulphide**? (Relative atomic masses:**Al = 27 and S = 32**) [emp-23]- AlS
- AlS
_{3} - Al
_{2}S_{3} - Al
_{2}S

**When 117g of potassium combines with 31g of phosphorus, what is the formula of the potassium phosphide formed**? (Relative atomic masses:**K = 39 and P = 31**) [emp-24]- KP
- KP
_{3} - KP
_{2} - K
_{3}P

- Given the equation:
**2Mg**_{(s)}+ O_{2(g)}==> 2MgO_{(s)}

and the atomic masses: Mg = 24, O = 16,**how many g of magnesium is needed to make 10g of magnesium oxide**? [rmc-1]- 6.0
- 3.0
- 1.2
- 2.4

- Given the equation:
**2Mg**_{(s)}+ O_{2(g)}==> 2MgO_{(s)}

and the atomic masses: Mg = 24, O = 16,**how many tonne of magnesium oxide can be made from 3 tonne of magnesium**? [rmc-2]- 2.4
- 5.0
- 8.0
- 4.8

- Given the equation:
**2Mg**_{(s)}+ O_{2(g)}==> 2MgO_{(s)}

and the atomic masses: Mg = 24, O = 16,**what mass of oxygen in g, combines with 240g of magnesium**? [rmc-3]- 64
- 80
- 160
- 32

- Iron sulphide can be made by heating an iron and sulphur mixture.
**Fe**_{(s)}+ S_{(s)}==> FeS_{(s)}

Given the atomic masses: Fe = 56, S = 32,**how many g of iron sulphide can be made from 14g of iron**? [rmc-4]- 44
- 28
- 16
- 22

- Iron sulphide can be made by heating an iron and sulphur mixture.
**Fe**_{(s)}+ S_{(s)}==> FeS_{(s)}

Given the atomic masses: Fe = 56, S = 32,**how many g of sulphur reacts with 224g of iron**? [rmc-5]- 128
- 32
- 64
- 112

- Iron sulphide can be made by heating an iron and sulphur mixture.
**Fe**_{(s)}+ S_{(s)}==> FeS_{(s)}

Given the atomic masses: Fe = 56, S = 32,**how many g of iron is needed to make 440g of iron sulphide**? [rmc-6]- 56
- 280
- 220
- 168

- The iron ore Haematite consists mainly of iron(III) oxide. In a blast furnace it is reduced to iron with carbon monoxide ...
**Fe**_{2}O_{3(s)}+ 3CO_{(g)}==> 2Fe_{(l)}+ 3CO_{2(g)}

Given the atomic masses: Fe = 56, O =16, C=12,**how many tonne of iron can be made from 40 tonnes of haematite ore**? [rmc-7]- 56
- 14
- 28
- 7

- The iron ore Haematite consists mainly of iron(III) oxide. In a blast furnace it is reduced to iron with carbon monoxide ...
**Fe**_{2}O_{3(s)}+ 3CO_{(g)}==> 2Fe_{(l)}+ 3CO_{2(g)}

Given the atomic masses: Fe = 56, O =16, C=12,**how many tonne of haematite ore are needed to make 224 tonne of iron**? [rmc-8]- 160
- 480
- 640
- 320

- The iron ore Haematite consists mainly of iron(III) oxide. In a blast furnace it is reduced to iron with carbon monoxide ...
**Fe**_{2}O_{3(s)}+ 3CO_{(g)}==> 2Fe_{(l)}+ 3CO_{2(g)}

Given the atomic masses: Fe = 56, O =16, C=12,**how g of carbon monoxide are needed to reduce 32g of iron oxide to iron**? [rmc-9]- 16.8
- 33.6
- 8.4
- 28.0

- The iron ore Haematite consists mainly of iron(III) oxide.In a blast furnace it is reduced to iron with carbon monoxide ...
**Fe**_{2}O_{3(s)}+ 3CO_{(g)}==> 2Fe_{(l)}+ 3CO_{2(g)}

Given the atomic masses: Fe = 56, O =16, C=12,**how many g of carbon dioxide are formed when 80 g of haematite is reduced to iron**? [rmc-10]- 44
- 66
- 33
- 40

- Lime (calcium oxide) is made by heating limestone (calcium carbonate).
**CaCO**_{3(s)}==> CaO_{(s)}+ CO_{2(g)}

Given the atomic masses: Ca = 40, C = 12, O = 16,**how many tonne of limestone is needed to make 112 tonne of lime**? [rmc-11]- 224
- 400
- 200
- 300

- Lime (calcium oxide) is made by heating limestone (calcium carbonate).
**CaCO**_{3(s)}==> CaO_{(s)}+ CO_{2(g)}

Given the atomic masses: Ca = 40, C = 12, O = 16,**what mass in g of lime is made from 20g of limestone**? [rmc-12]- 8.8
- 5.6
- 4.4
- 11.2

- Lime (calcium oxide) is made by heating limestone (calcium carbonate).
**CaCO**_{3(s)}==> CaO_{(s)}+ CO_{2(g)}

Given the atomic masses: Ca = 40, C = 12, O = 16,**how many tonne of carbon dioxide is formed by decomposing 400 tonne of calcium carbonate**? [rmc-13]- 176
- 44
- 88
- 132

- The salt zinc chloride can be made by dissolving zinc carbonate in dilute hydrochloric acid.
**ZnCO**_{3(s)}+ 2HCl_{(aq)}==> ZnCl_{2(aq)}+ H_{2}O_{(l)}+ CO_{2(g)}

Given the atomic masses: Zn = 65, C = 12, O =16, H = 1, Cl =35.5,**how many g of zinc carbonate are needed to make 68g of zinc chloride?**? [rmc-14]- 125.0
- 62.5
- 68.0
- 136.0

- The salt zinc chloride can be made by dissolving zinc carbonate in dilute hydrochloric acid.
**ZnCO**_{3(s)}+ 2HCl_{(aq)}==> ZnCl_{2(aq)}+ H_{2}O_{(l)}+ CO_{2(g)}

Given the atomic masses: Zn = 65, C = 12, O =16, H = 1, Cl =35.5,**how many g of HCl are needed to make 408g of zinc chloride**? [rmc-15]- 109.5
- 36.5
- 219.0
- 71.0

- The salt zinc chloride can be made by dissolving zinc carbonate in dilute hydrochloric acid.
**ZnCO**_{3(s)}+ 2HCl_{(aq)}==> ZnCl_{2(aq)}+ H_{2}O_{(l)}+ CO_{2(g)}

Given the atomic masses: Zn = 65, C = 12, O =16, H = 1, Cl =35.5,**what mass of zinc chloride in g can be made from 25g of zinc carbonate**? [rmc-16]- 54.4
- 12.5
- 13.6
- 27.2

- The salt zinc chloride can be made by dissolving zinc carbonate in dilute hydrochloric acid.
**ZnCO**_{3(s)}+ 2HCl_{(aq)}==> ZnCl_{2(aq)}+ H_{2}O_{(l)}+ CO_{2(g)}

Given the atomic masses: Zn = 65, C = 12, O =16, H = 1, Cl =35.5,**how many g of water are formed when 250g of zinc carbonate reacts**? [rmc-17]- 36
- 18
- 9
- 27

- The salt zinc chloride can be made by dissolving zinc carbonate in dilute hydrochloric acid.
**ZnCO**_{3(s)}+ 2HCl_{(aq)}==> ZnCl_{2(aq)}+ H_{2}O_{(l)}+ CO_{2(g)}

Given the atomic masses: Zn = 65, C = 12, O =16, H = 1, Cl =35.5,**how many g of carbon dioxide are formed when 3.65g of hydrochloric acid reacts**? [rmc-18]- 4.4
- 2.2
- 1.1
- 8.8

- The salt sodium sulphate, Na
_{2}SO_{4}, can be made by neutralising sodium hydroxide with sulphuric acid.**2NaOH**_{(aq)}+ H_{2}SO_{4(aq)}==> Na_{2}SO_{4(aq)}+ 2H_{2}O_{(l)}

Given the atomic masses: Na = 23, O = 16, H = 1, S = 32,**how many g of sodium hydroxide is needed to make 213g of sodium sulphate**? [rmc-19]- 40
- 80
- 120
- 160

- The salt sodium sulphate, Na
_{2}SO_{4}, can be made by neutralising sodium hydroxide with sulphuric acid.**2NaOH**_{(aq)}+ H_{2}SO_{4(aq)}==> Na_{2}SO_{4(aq)}+ 2H_{2}O_{(l)}

Given the atomic masses: Na = 23, O = 16, H = 1, S = 32,**what mass in g of sulphuric acid is needed to make 7.1g of sodium sulphate**? [rmc-20]- 9.8
- 14.7
- 19.6
- 4.9

- The salt sodium sulphate, Na
_{2}SO_{4}, can be made by neutralising sodium hydroxide with sulphuric acid.**2NaOH**_{(aq)}+ H_{2}SO_{4(aq)}==> Na_{2}SO_{4(aq)}+ 2H_{2}O_{(l)}

Given the atomic masses: Na = 23, O = 16, H = 1, S = 32,**how many g of sodium sulphate is formed when 8g of sodium hydroxide reacts**? [rmc-21]- 14.2
- 28.4
- 7.1
- 21.3

- The salt sodium sulphate, Na
_{2}SO_{4}, can be made by neutralising sodium hydroxide with sulphuric acid.**2NaOH**_{(aq)}+ H_{2}SO_{4(aq)}==> Na_{2}SO_{4(aq)}+ 2H_{2}O_{(l)}

Given the atomic masses: Na = 23, O = 16, H = 1, S = 32,**how many g of water are formed when 49g of sulphuric acid reacts**? [rmc-22]- 9
- 18
- 36
- 23

- Copper(I) sulphide ore can be converted to copper by roasting in air:
**Cu**?_{2}S_{(s)}+ O_{2(g)}==> 2Cu_{(s)}+ SO_{2(g)}

How many g of copper can be made from 320g of the copper ore

(Relative atomic masses: Cu = 64, S = 32, O = 16) [rmc-23]- 128
- 64
- 256
- 192

- Copper(I) sulphide ore can be converted to copper by roasting in air:
**Cu**?_{2}S_{(s)}+ O_{2(g)}==> 2Cu_{(s)}+ SO_{2(g)}

How many tonnes of oxygen are needed to convert 40 tonnes of ore to copper

(Relative atomic masses: Cu = 64, S = 32, O = 16) [rmc-24]- 16
- 32
- 12
- 8

- Copper(I) sulphide ore can be converted to copper by roasting in air:
**Cu**?_{2}S_{(s)}+ O_{2(g)}==> 2Cu_{(s)}+ SO_{2(g)}

How many tonnes of sulphur dioxide are produced for every 1280 tonnes of ore processed

(Relative atomic masses: Cu = 64, S = 32, O = 16) [rmc-25]- 512
- 128
- 256
- 64

- Copper(I) sulphide ore can be converted to copper by roasting in air:
**Cu**?_{2}S_{(s)}+ O_{2(g)}==> 2Cu_{(s)}+ SO_{2(g)}

How many tonnes of ore are needed to make 25.6 tonnes of copper

(Relative atomic masses: Cu = 64, S = 32, O = 16) [rmc-26]- 64
- 32
- 48
- 56

- Aluminium chloride can be prepared by passing dry chlorine or hydrogen chloride gas over heated aluminium metal. The equation for the hydrogen chloride reaction is:
**2Al**?_{(s)}+ 6HCl_{(g)}==> 2AlCl_{3(s)}+ 3H_{2(g)}

How many kg of aluminium chloride can be made from 27 kg of aluminium

(Relative atomic masses: Al = 27.0, Cl = 35.5, H = 1.0) [rmc-27]- 267.0
- 400.5
- 133.5
- 66.75

- Aluminium chloride can be prepared by passing dry chlorine or hydrogen chloride gas over heated aluminium metal. The equation for the hydrogen chloride reaction is:
**2Al**?_{(s)}+ 6HCl_{(g)}==> 2AlCl_{3(s)}+ 3H_{2(g)}

How many tonnes of hydrogen would be produced by reacting 108 tonnes of aluminium

(Relative atomic masses: Al = 27.0, Cl = 35.5, H = 1.0) [rmc-28]- 2
- 3
- 6
- 12

- Aluminium chloride can be prepared by passing dry chlorine or hydrogen chloride gas over heated aluminium metal. The equation for the chlorine reaction is:
**2Al**?_{(s)}+ 3Cl_{2(g)}==> 2AlCl_{3(s)}

How much aluminium is needed to make 89 g of aluminium chloride

(Relative atomic masses: Al = 27.0, Cl = 35.5, H =1) [rmc-29]- 18
- 27
- 54
- 9

- Aluminium chloride can be prepared by passing dry chlorine or hydrogen chloride gas over heated aluminium metal. The equation for the chlorine reaction is:
**2Al**?_{(s)}+ 3Cl_{2(g)}==> 2AlCl_{3(s)}

How many tonne of chlorine is needed to make 1068 tonne of aluminium chloride

(Relative atomic masses: Al = 27.0, Cl = 35.5, H = 1) [rmc-30]- 71
- 852
- 426
- 213

- Yellow lead(II) oxide ore can be reduced by heating with charcoal (carbon) in a furnace to give silvery liquid lead metal:

lead(II) oxide + carbon ==> lead + carbon dioxide**2PbO**?_{(s)}+ C_{(s)}==> 2Pb_{(l)}+ CO_{2(g)}

How many tonne of lead can be made from 223 tonne of ore

(Relative atomic masses: Pb = 207, O = 16, C = 12) [rmc-31]- 414.0
- 103.5
- 207.0
- 310.5

- Yellow lead(II) oxide ore can be reduced by heating with charcoal (carbon) in a furnace to give silvery liquid lead metal:

lead(II) oxide + carbon ==> lead + carbon dioxide**2PbO**?_{(s)}+ C_{(s)}==> 2Pb_{(l)}+ CO_{2(g)}

How many tonne of ore is needed to make 828 tonne of lead

(Relative atomic masses: Pb = 207, O = 16, C = 12) [rmc-32]- 223
- 446
- 1784
- 892

- Yellow lead(II) oxide ore can be reduced by heating with charcoal (carbon) in a furnace to give silvery liquid lead metal:

lead(II) oxide + carbon ==> lead + carbon dioxide**2PbO**?_{(s)}+ C_{(s)}==> 2Pb_{(l)}+ CO_{2(g)}

How many kg of carbon is needed to make 828 kg of lead

(Relative atomic masses: Pb = 207, O = 16, C = 12) [rmc-33]- 24
- 12
- 6
- 48

- Yellow lead(II) oxide ore can be reduced by heating with charcoal (carbon) in a furnace to give silvery liquid lead metal:

lead(II) oxide + carbon ==> lead + carbon dioxide**2PbO**?_{(s)}+ C_{(s)}==> 2Pb_{(l)}+ CO_{2(g)}

How many g of carbon dioxide are formed when 207 g of lead are produced

(Relative atomic masses: Pb = 207, O = 16, C = 12) [rmc-34]- 44
- 22
- 11
- 33

**What is the molarity of the solution formed by dissolving 20 g of sodium hydroxide (NaOH) in 1000 cm**? (A^{3}of water_{r}'s:**Na=23, O=16, H=1**) [msc-1]- 0.50
- 0.25
- 1.00
- 2.00

**What is the molarity of the solution formed by dissolving 10 g of sodium hydroxide (NaOH) in 500 cm**? (A^{3}of water_{r}'s:**Na=23, O=16, H=1**) [msc-2]- 1.00
- 0.50
- 0.25
- 2.00

**What is the molarity of the solution formed by dissolving 80 g of sodium hydroxide (NaOH) in 500 cm**? (A^{3}of water_{r}'s:**Na=23, O=16, H=1**) [msc-3]- 2
- 1
- 4
- 8

**What is the molarity of the solution formed by dissolving 9.8 g of sulphuric acid (H**? (A_{2}SO_{4}) in 1000 cm^{3}of water_{r}'s:**H=1, S=32, O=16**) [msc-4]- 10.0
- 0.01
- 1.0
- 0.1

**What is the molarity of the solution formed by dissolving 196 g of sulphuric acid (H**? (A_{2}SO_{4}) in 1000 cm^{3}of water_{r}'s:**H=1, S=32, O=16**) [msc-5]- 2.0
- 0.5
- 3.0
- 1.5

**What is the molarity of the solution formed by dissolving 49 g of sulphuric acid (H**? (A_{2}SO_{4}) in 250 cm^{3}of water_{r}'s:**H=1, S=32, O=16**) [msc-6]- 0.4
- 2.0
- 0.5
- 1.0

**What mass (g) of potassium hydroxide (KOH) is needed to make up 1000cm**? (A^{3}of a solution of concentration 1mol/dm^{3}_{r}'s:**K=39, O=16, H=1**) [msc-7]- 0.056
- 0.56
- 56
- 560

**What mass (g) of potassium hydroxide (KOH) is needed to make up 500cm**? (A^{3}of a solution of concentration 0.2mol/dm^{3}_{r}'s:**K=39, O=16, H=1**) [msc-8]- 11.2
- 2.8
- 0.56
- 5.6

**What mass (g) of potassium hydroxide (KOH) is needed to make up 500cm**? (A^{3}of a solution of concentration 4.0mol/dm^{3}_{r}'s:**K=39, O=16, H=1**) [msc-9]- 112
- 56
- 224
- 28

**What mass (g) of hydrogen chloride (HCl) is needed to make up 1000cm**? (A^{3}of a solution of concentration 1mol/dm^{3}_{r}'s:**H=1, Cl=35.5**) [msc-10]- 73
- 36.5
- 0.036
- 0.073

**What mass (g) of hydrogen chloride (HCl) is needed to make up 500cm**? (A^{3}of a solution of concentration 4mol/dm^{3}_{r}'s:**H=1, Cl=35.5**) [msc-11]- 36.5
- 146
- 73
- 292

**What mass (g) of hydrogen chloride (HCl) is needed to make up 500cm**? (A^{3}of a solution of concentration 0.2mol/dm^{3}_{r}'s:**H=1, Cl=35.5**) [msc-12]- 7.30
- 14.6
- 1.83
- 3.65

- Given the neutralisation equation:
**NaOH**? [vct-1]_{(aq)}+ HCl_{(aq)}==> NaCl_{(aq)}+ H_{2}O_{(l)}

25 cm^{3}of hydrochloric acid are neutralised by 20 cm^{3}of 0.05M sodium hydroxide. What is the molarity of the acid- 0.04
- 0.02
- 1.25
- 0.80

- Given the neutralisation equation:
**NaOH**? [vct-2]_{(aq)}+ HCl_{(aq)}==> NaCl_{(aq)}+ H_{2}O_{(l)}

15 cm^{3}of hydrochloric acid are neutralised by 25 cm^{3}of 0.06M sodium hydroxide. What is the molarity of the acid- 0.40
- 0.10
- 0.04
- 0.01

- Given the neutralisation equation:
**NaOH**? [vct-3]_{(aq)}+ HCl_{(aq)}==> NaCl_{(aq)}+ H_{2}O_{(l)}

40 cm^{3}of 0.05M hydrochloric acid are neutralised by 20 cm^{3}of a sodium hydroxide solution. What is the molarity of the alkali- 0.20
- 0.05
- 0.10
- 0.50

- Given the neutralisation equation:
**NaOH**? [vct-4]_{(aq)}+ HCl_{(aq)}==> NaCl_{(aq)}+ H_{2}O_{(l)}

25 cm^{3}of 0.16M hydrochloric acid are neutralised by 10 cm^{3}of a sodium hydroxide solution. What is the molarity of the alkali- 0.2
- 0.1
- 0.8
- 0.4

- Given the neutralisation equation:
**2KOH**? [vct-5]_{(aq)}+ H_{2}SO_{4(aq)}==> K_{2}SO_{4(aq)}+ 2H_{2}O_{(l)}

What is the molarity of a sulphuric acid solution, if 15 cm^{3}of it are neutralised by 20 cm^{3}of a 0.3 M potassium hydroxide solution- 0.20
- 0.15
- 0.40
- 0.75

- Given the neutralisation equation:
**2KOH**? [vct-6]_{(aq)}+ H_{2}SO_{4(aq)}==> K_{2}SO_{4(aq)}+ 2H_{2}O_{(l)}

What is the molarity of a sulphuric acid solution, if 30 cm^{3}of it are neutralised by 10 cm^{3}of a 0.6 M potassium hydroxide solution- 0.20
- 0.10
- 0.05
- 0.25

- Given the neutralisation equation:
**2KOH**? [vct-7]_{(aq)}+ H_{2}SO_{4(aq)}==> K_{2}SO_{4(aq)}+2H_{2}O_{(l)}

What is the molarity of a potassium hydroxide solution, if 10 cm^{3}of it are neutralised by 12 cm^{3}of a 0.5 M sulphuric acid solution- 2.4
- 0.6
- 1.2
- 0.6

- Given the neutralisation equation:
**2KOH**? [vct-8]_{(aq)}+ H_{2}SO_{4(aq)}==> K_{2}SO_{4(aq)}+ 2H_{2}O_{(l)}

What is the molarity of a potassium hydroxide solution, if 5 cm^{3}of it are neutralised by 20 cm^{3}of a 1 M sulphuric acid solution- 16
- 4
- 5
- 8

- Given the neutralisation equation:
**3NaOH**? [vct-9]_{(aq)}+ H_{3}PO_{4(aq)}==> Na_{3}PO_{4(aq)}+ 3H_{2}O_{(l)}

What is the molarity of a phosphoric acid solution, if 15 cm^{3}of it are neutralised by 22.5 cm^{3}of a 0.2 M sodium hydroxide solution- 0.10
- 0.30
- 0.03
- 0.01

- Given the neutralisation equation:
**3NaOH**? [vct-10]_{(aq)}+ H_{3}PO_{4(aq)}==> Na_{3}PO_{4(aq)}+ 3H_{2}O_{(l)}

What is the molarity of a phosphoric acid solution, if 40 cm^{3}of it are neutralised by 15 cm^{3}of a 0.4 M sodium hydroxide solution- 0.150
- 0.050
- 0.017
- 0.115

- Given the neutralisation equation:
**3NaOH**? [vct-11]_{(aq)}+ H_{3}PO_{4(aq)}==> Na_{3}PO_{4(aq)}+ 3H_{2}O_{(l)}

What is the molarity of a sodium hydroxide solution, if 21.6 cm^{3}of it are neutralised by 18 cm^{3}of a 0.2 M phosphoric acid solution- 1.50
- 1.15
- 0.50
- 0.17

- Given the neutralisation equation:
**3NaOH**? [vct-12]_{(aq)}+ H_{3}PO_{4(aq)}==> Na_{3}PO_{4(aq)}+ 3H_{2}O_{(l)}

What is the molarity of a sodium hydroxide solution, if 15 cm^{3}of it are neutralised by 20 cm^{3}of a 0.6 M phosphoric acid solution- 1.2
- 7.2
- 0.8
- 2.4

- Given the equation:
**2Na**. (A_{(s)}+ 2H_{2}O_{(l)}==> 2NaOH_{(aq)}+ H_{2(g)}

Calculate the volume of hydrogen formed in dm^{3}when 2.3g of sodium reacts with water_{r}'s**Na=23, H=1, O=16, 1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-1]^{3}- 1.2
- 2.4
- 4.8
- 0.6

- Given the equation:
**2Na**. (A_{(s)}+ 2H_{2}O_{(l)}==> 2NaOH_{(aq)}+ H_{2(g)}

Calculate the volume of hydrogen formed in dm^{3}when 9.2g of sodium reacts with water_{r}'s**Na=23, H=1, O=16, 1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-2]^{3}- 2.4
- 4.8
- 9.6
- 1.2

- Given the equation:
**2Na**? (A_{(s)}+ 2H_{2}O_{(l)}==> 2NaOH_{(aq)}+ H_{2(g)}

What mass of sodium in g will form 600 cm^{3}of hydrogen gas_{r}'s**Na=23, H=1, O=16, 1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-3]^{3}- 2.30
- 2.40
- 1.15
- 4.60

- Given the equation:
**2Na**? (A_{(s)}+ 2H_{2}O_{(l)}==> 2NaOH_{(aq)}+ H_{2(g)}

What mass of sodium in g will form 18 dm^{3}of hydrogen gas_{r}'s**Na=23, H=1, O=16, 1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-4]^{3}- 23.0
- 46.0
- 16.5
- 34.5

- Given the equation for the thermal decomposition of calcium carbonate (limestone):
**CaCO**? (A_{3(s)}==> CaO_{(s)}+ CO_{2(g)}

What volume of carbon dioxide in dm^{3}is formed when 10g of limestone is heated strongly_{r}'s**Ca=40, C=12, O=16, 1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-5]^{3}- 2.4
- 4.8
- 1.2
- 4.4

- Given the equation for the thermal decomposition of calcium carbonate (limestone) ...
**CaCO**? (A_{3(s)}==> CaO_{(s)}+ CO_{2(g)}

What volume of carbon dioxide in dm^{3}is formed when 200g of limestone is heated strongly_{r}'s**Ca=40, C=12, O=16, 1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-6]^{3}- 24
- 48
- 12
- 96

- Given the equation for the thermal decomposition of calcium carbonate (limestone) ...
**CaCO**? (A_{3(s)}==> CaO_{(s)}+ CO_{2(g)}

What mass of limestone in g, on strong heating, will form 6 dm^{3}carbon dioxide_{r}'s**Ca=40, C=12, O=16, 1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-7]^{3}- 50
- 56
- 25
- 12

- Given the equation for the thermal decomposition of calcium carbonate (limestone) ...
**CaCO**? (A_{3(s)}==> CaO_{(s)}+ CO_{2(g)}

What mass of limestone in g, on strong heating, will form 120 cm^{3}carbon dioxide_{r}'s**Ca=40, C=12, O=16, 1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-8]^{3}- 0.3
- 1.0
- 2.0
- 0.5

**5 g of a gas had a volume of 60 dm**? (^{3}. What is its molecular mass**1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-9]^{3}- 2
- 6
- 4
- 12

**What is the volume in dm**? (^{3}of 8 g of a gas of molecular mass 16**1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-10]^{3}- 6
- 12
- 0.5
- 2

**What mass of gas, of molecular mass 36.5, is present in 4.8 dm**? (^{3}of the gas**1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-11]^{3}- 14.6
- 3.65
- 7.30
- 0.76

**0.145 g of a gas had a volume of 60 cm**? (^{3}. What is its molecular mass**1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-12]^{3}- 29
- 30
- 116
- 58

**What is the volume in dm**? (^{3}of 0.85 g of a gas of molecular mass 17**1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-13]^{3}- 1.2
- 0.6
- 2.4
- 3.4

**What mass of gas, of molecular mass 71, is present in 1.2 dm**? (^{3}of the gas**1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-14]^{3}- 14.2
- 3.55
- 7.10
- 8.52

**2.55g of a gas had a volume of 0.6 dm**? (^{3}. What is its molecular mass**1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-15]^{3}- 17
- 51
- 102
- 34

**What is the volume in dm**? (^{3}of 1 g of a gas of molecular mass 96**1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-16]^{3}- 4.00
- 0.50
- 1.92
- 0.25

**What mass of gas, of molecular mass 44, is present in 0.15 dm**? (^{3}of the gas**1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-17]^{3}- 0.275
- 6.600
- 3.600
- 0.003

**What is the volume in dm**? (^{3}of 0.8 g of a gas of molecular mass 32**1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-18]^{3}- 0.025
- 0.6
- 19.2
- 1.33

- Given the equation for magnesium dissolving in hydrochloric acid:
**Mg**? (A_{(s)}+ 2HCl_{(aq)}==> MgCl_{2(aq)}+ H_{2(g)}

What mass of magnesium in g, will form 1.2 dm^{3}of hydrogen gas_{r}'s**Mg=24, H=1, Cl=35.5, 1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-19]^{3}- 28.8
- 0.6
- 1.2
- 2.4

- Given the equation for magnesium dissolving in hydrochloric acid:
**Mg**? (A_{(s)}+ 2HCl_{(aq)}==> MgCl_{2(aq)}+ H_{2(g)}

What mass of magnesium in g, will form 36 dm^{3}of hydrogen gas_{r}'s**Mg=24, H=1, Cl=35.5, 1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-20]^{3}- 24
- 12
- 72
- 36

- Given the equation for magnesium dissolving in hydrochloric acid:
**Mg**? (A_{(s)}+ 2HCl_{(aq)}==> MgCl_{2(aq)}+ H_{2(g)}

What volume of hydrogen gas, in dm^{3}, is formed when 4g of magnesium dissolves in the acid_{r}'s**Mg=24, H=1, Cl=35.5, 1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-21]^{3}- 4
- 2
- 6
- 3

- Given the equation for magnesium dissolving in hydrochloric acid:
**Mg**? (A_{(s)}+ 2HCl_{(aq)}==> MgCl_{2(aq)}+ H_{2(g)}

What volume of hydrogen gas, in dm^{3}, is formed when 72g of magnesium dissolves in the acid_{r}'s**Mg=24, H=1, Cl=35.5, 1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-22]^{3}- 36
- 72
- 48
- 24

- Given the equation for aluminium dissolving in dilute sulphuric acid:
**2Al**? (A_{(s)}+ 3H_{2}SO_{4(aq)}==> Al_{2}(SO_{4})_{3(aq)}+ 3H_{2(g)}

What mass of aluminium (g) dissolves when 7.2 dm^{3}of hydrogen is formed_{r}'s:**Al=27, H=1, S=32, O=16, 1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-23]^{3}- 2.7
- 0.3
- 5.4
- 16.2

- Given the equation for aluminium dissolving in dilute sulphuric acid:
**2Al**? (A_{(s)}+ 3H_{2}SO_{4(aq)}==> Al_{2}(SO_{4})_{3(aq)}+ 3H_{2(g)}

What mass of aluminium in g, dissolves when 48 dm^{3}of hydrogen is formed_{r}'s:**Al=27, H=1, S=32, O=16, 1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-24]^{3}- 18
- 6
- 18
- 36

- Given the equation for aluminium dissolving in dilute sulphuric acid:
**2Al**? (A_{(s)}+ 3H_{2}SO_{4(aq)}==> Al_{2}(SO_{4})_{3(aq)}+ 3H_{2(g)}

What volume of hydrogen, in dm^{3}, is formed, when 54g of aluminium dissolves_{r}'s:**Al=27, H=1, S=32, O=16, 1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-25]^{3}- 72
- 24
- 48
- 36

- Given the equation for aluminium dissolving in dilute sulphuric acid:
**2Al**? (A_{(s)}+ 3H_{2}SO_{4(aq)}==> Al_{2}(SO_{4})_{3(aq)}+ 3H_{2(g)}

What volume of hydrogen, in dm^{3}, when 27g of aluminium dissolves_{r}'s:**Al=27, H=1, S=32, O=16, 1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-26]^{3}- 12
- 36
- 18
- 24

- Given the equation for calcium carbonate dissolving in hydrochloric acid:
**CaCO**. (A_{3(s)}+ 2HCl_{(aq)}==> CaCl_{2(aq)}+ H_{2}O_{(l)}+ CO_{2(g)}

Calculate the volume of carbon dioxide, in dm^{3}, when 5 g of calcium carbonate dissolves in the acid_{r}'s:**Ca=40, C=12, O=16, Cl=35.5, 1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-27]^{3}- 2.4
- 0.6
- 1.2
- 1.8

- Given the equation for calcium carbonate dissolving in hydrochloric acid:
**CaCO**. (A_{3(s)}+ 2HCl_{(aq)}==> CaCl_{2(aq)}+ H_{2}O_{(l)}+ CO_{2(g)}

Calculate the volume of carbon dioxide, in dm^{3}, when 400 g of calcium carbonate dissolves in the acid_{r}'s:**Ca=40, C=12, O=16, Cl=35.5, 1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-28]^{3}- 48
- 6
- 24
- 96

- Given the equation for calcium carbonate dissolving in hydrochloric acid:
**CaCO**. (A_{3(s)}+ 2HCl_{(aq)}==> CaCl_{2(aq)}+ H_{2}O_{(l)}+ CO_{2(g)}

Calculate the mass of calcium carbonate (in g) that dissolves when 6 dm^{3}of carbon dioxide is formed_{r}'s:**Ca=40, C=12, O=16, Cl=35.5, 1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-29]^{3}- 25.0
- 12.5
- 6.0
- 100.0

- Given the equation for calcium carbonate dissolving in hydrochloric acid:
**CaCO**. (A_{3(s)}+ 2HCl_{(aq)}==> CaCl_{2(aq)}+ H_{2}O_{(l)}+ CO_{2(g)}

Calculate the mass of calcium carbonate (in g) that dissolves when 36 dm^{3}of carbon dioxide is formed_{r}'s:**Ca=40, C=12, O=16, Cl=35.5, 1 mol gas = 24 dm**at room temp./press.) [mvg-30]^{3}- 66
- 150
- 100
- 44

Given the reaction between hydrogen and chlorine to form hydrogen chloride:**H**? [rgv-1]_{2(g)}+ Cl_{2(g)}==> 2HCl_{(g)}

What volume of hydrogen in cm^{3}is needed to make 100cm^{3}of hydrogen chloride- 50
- 100
- 200
- 150

Given the reaction between hydrogen and chlorine to form hydrogen chloride:**H**? [rgv-2]_{2(g)}+ Cl_{2(g)}==> 2HCl_{(g)}

What volume of chlorine in dm^{3}is needed to make 40dm^{3}of hydrogen chloride- 40
- 20
- 10
- 30

Given the reaction between hydrogen and chlorine to form hydrogen chloride:**H**? [rgv-3]_{2(g)}+ Cl_{2(g)}==> 2HCl_{(g)}

What volume of hydrogen chloride in dm^{3}is made by reacting 20dm^{3}of hydrogen- 20
- 30
- 40
- 10

Given the reaction between hydrogen and chlorine to form hydrogen chloride:**H**? [rgv-4]_{2(g)}+ Cl_{2(g)}==> 2HCl_{(g)}

What volume of hydrogen chloride in cm^{3}is made by reacting 300cm^{3}of chlorine- 300
- 450
- 150
- 600

Given the reaction between nitrogen and hydrogen to form ammonia:**N**? [rgv-5]_{2(g)}+ 3H_{2(g)}==> 2NH_{3(g)}

What volume of ammonia in cm^{3}is formed if 180cm^{3}of hydrogen reacts- 120
- 180
- 90
- 60

Given the reaction between nitrogen and hydrogen to form ammonia:**N**? [rgv-6]_{2(g)}+ 3H_{2(g)}==> 2NH_{3(g)}

What volume of ammonia in dm^{3}is formed if 40dm^{3}of nitrogen reacts- 120
- 80
- 40
- 160

Given the reaction between nitrogen and hydrogen to form ammonia:**N**? [rgv-7]_{2(g)}+ 3H_{2(g)}==> 2NH_{3(g)}

What volume of hydrogen in dm^{3}is needed to make 60dm^{3}of ammonia- 45
- 60
- 90
- 30

Given the reaction between nitrogen and hydrogen to form ammonia:**N**? [rgv-8]_{2(g)}+ 3H_{2(g)}==> 2NH_{3(g)}

What volume of nitrogen in cm^{3}is needed to make 640cm^{3}of ammonia- 640
- 960
- 160
- 320

The combustion of methane is given by the equation:**CH**? [rgv-9]_{4(g)}+ 2O_{2(g)}==> CO_{2(g)}+ 2H_{2}O_{(l)}

What volume of oxygen in cm^{3}is needed to burn 200cm^{3}of methane- 400
- 200
- 300
- 800

The combustion of methane is given by the equation:**CH**? [rgv-10]_{4(g)}+ 2O_{2(g)}==> CO_{2(g)}+ 2H_{2}O_{(l)}

What volume of carbon dioxide in cm^{3}is formed on burning 10cm^{3}of methane- 20
- 10
- 40
- 30

The combustion of methane is given by the equation:**CH**? [rgv-11]_{4(g)}+ 2O_{2(g)}==> CO_{2(g)}+ 2H_{2}O_{(g)}

What is the total volume of gases produced in cm^{3}when 30cm^{3}of methane burns- 30
- 60
- 90
- 120

The combustion of propane is given by the equation:**C**? [rgv-12]_{3}H_{8(g)}+ 5O_{2(g)}==> 3CO_{2(g)}+ 4H_{2}O_{(l)}

What volume of oxygen in cm^{3}is needed to burn 20cm^{3}of propane- 50
- 70
- 200
- 100

The combustion of propane is given by the equation:**C**? [rgv-13]_{3}H_{8(g)}+ 5O_{2(g)}==> 3CO_{2(g)}+ 4H_{2}O_{(l)}

What volume of propane in cm^{3}can be completely burned by 200cm^{3}of oxygen- 40
- 50
- 80
- 20

The combustion of propane is given by the equation:**C**? [rgv-14]_{3}H_{8(g)}+ 5O_{2(g)}==> 3CO_{2(g)}+ 4H_{2}O_{(l)}

What volume of carbon dioxide in dm^{3}is formed by burning 30dm^{3}of propane- 60
- 90
- 150
- 50

The combustion of propane is given by the equation:**C**? [rgv-15]_{3}H_{8(g)}+ 5O_{2(g)}==> 3CO_{2(g)}+ 4H_{2}O_{(g)}

What total volume of gases in cm^{3}is formed by burning 40cm^{3}of propane- 120
- 160
- 280
- 200

The combustion of propane is given by the equation:**C**? [rgv-16]_{3}H_{8(g)}+ 5O_{2(g)}==> 3CO_{2(g)}+ 4H_{2}O_{(g)}

What volume of steam in cm^{3}is formed by burning 20cm^{3}of propane- 100
- 160
- 40
- 80

The combustion of ethane is given by the equation:**2C**? [rgv-17]_{2}H_{6(g)}+ 7O_{2(g)}==> 4CO_{2(g)}+ 6H_{2}O_{(l)}

What volume of carbon dioxide in cm^{3}is formed by burning 20cm^{3}of ethane- 40
- 20
- 80
- 70

The combustion of ethane is given by the equation:**2C**? [rgv-18]_{2}H_{6(g)}+ 7O_{2(g)}==> 4CO_{2(g)}+ 6H_{2}O_{(l)}

What volume of oxygen in cm^{3}is needed to completely burn 60cm^{3}of ethane- 420
- 210
- 105
- 120

The combustion of ethane is given by the equation:**2C**? [rgv-19]_{2}H_{6(g)}+ 7O_{2(g)}==> 4CO_{2(g)}+ 6H_{2}O_{(g)}

What volume of steam in dm^{3}is formed when 40dm^{3}of ethane burns- 240
- 60
- 120
- 80

The combustion of ethane is given by the equation:**2C**? [rgv-20]_{2}H_{6(g)}+ 7O_{2(g)}==> 4CO_{2(g)}+ 6H_{2}O_{(g)}

What total volume of gases in dm^{3}are formed when 15dm^{3}of ethane burns- 150
- 30
- 45
- 75

The combustion of ethane is given by the equation:**2C**? [rgv-21]_{2}H_{6(g)}+ 7O_{2(g)}==> 4CO_{2(g)}+ 6H_{2}O_{(g)}

What volume of ethane in cm^{3}can be burned completely using 175cm^{3}of oxygen- 50
- 100
- 25
- 75

- A cracking reaction to break down a large hydrocarbon molecule into, in order, hexane, propene and ethene, is shown below.
**C**? [rgv-22]_{18}H_{38(g)}==> C_{6}H_{14(g)}+ 2C_{3}H_{6(g)}+ 3C_{2}H_{4(g)}

What total volume in dm^{3}of hydrocarbon gases are formed when 20dm^{3}of the large hydrocarbon are broken down- 60
- 120
- 40
- 80

- A cracking reaction to break down a large hydrocarbon molecule into, in order, hexane, propene and ethene, is shown below.
**C**? [rgv-23]_{18}H_{38(g)}==> C_{6}H_{14(g)}+ 2C_{3}H_{6(g)}+ 3C_{2}H_{4(g)}

What volume in cm^{3}of propene gas is formed when 120cm^{3}of the large hydrocarbon are broken down- 120
- 360
- 240
- 20

- A cracking reaction to break down a large hydrocarbon molecule into, in order, hexane, propene and ethene, is shown below.
**C**? [rgv-24]_{18}H_{38(g)}==> C_{6}H_{14(g)}+ 2C_{3}H_{6(g)}+ 3C_{2}H_{4(g)}

What volume in cm^{3}of ethene gas is formed when 40cm^{3}of the large hydrocarbon are broken down- 40
- 80
- 240
- 120

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**CH_{4(g)}+**b**O_{2(g)}==>**c**CO_{2(g)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}?[eq-1]- 1 2 1 2
- 1 1 1 2
- 1 2 2 1
- 1 1 1 1

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**C_{2}H_{6(g)}+**b**O_{2(g)}==>**c**CO_{2(g)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}?[eq-2]- 1 2 1 3
- 2 7 4 6
- 2 4 4 6
- 1 7 2 3

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**C_{3}H_{8(g)}+**b**O_{2(g)}==>**c**CO_{2(g)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}?[eq-3]- 1 3 3 4
- 2 10 4 6
- 1 5 3 4
- 2 5 2 3

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**C_{4}H_{10(g)}+**b**O_{2(g)}==>**c**CO_{2(g)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}?[eq-4]- 1 13 8 4
- 2 7 4 10
- 1 5 3 4
- 2 13 8 10

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**C_{5}H_{12(l)}+**b**O_{2(g)}==>**c**CO_{2(g)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}?[eq-5]- 1 8 5 6
- 1 4 4 6
- 2 4 5 12
- 2 8 10 12

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**C_{6}H_{14(g)}+**b**O_{2(g)}==>**c**CO_{2(g)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}?[eq-6]- 2 9 6 14
- 2 19 12 14
- 1 9 6 7
- 1 10 12 7

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**C_{7}H_{16(l)}+**b**O_{2(g)}==>**c**CO_{2(g)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}?[eq-7]- 1 5 7 8
- 2 12 14 16
- 1 11 7 8
- 2 11 14 16

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**C_{8}H_{18(g)}+**b**O_{2(g)}==>**c**CO_{2(g)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}?[eq-8]- 1 13 8 18
- 1 13 8 9
- 2 13 16 18
- 2 25 16 18

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**C_{2}H_{4(g)}+**b**O_{2(g)}==>**c**CO_{2(g)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}?[eq-9]- 1 3 2 2
- 1 2 2 2
- 2 3 4 4
- 2 6 4 4

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**C_{3}H_{6(g)}+**b**O_{2(g)}==>**c**CO_{2(g)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}?[eq-10]- 2 5 6 6
- 2 9 6 6
- 1 5 3 3
- 1 9 3 3

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**C_{4}H_{8(g)}+**b**O_{2(g)}==>**c**CO_{2(g)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}?[eq-11]- 2 12 8 8
- 2 6 8 8
- 1 6 4 4
- 1 3 4 4

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**C_{7}H_{8(g)}+**b**O_{2(g)}==>**c**CO_{2(g)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}?[eq-12]- 2 9 4 8
- 2 10 14 8
- 1 5 7 4
- 1 9 7 4

- Which three quantities
**a**,**b**and**c**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Fe_{(s)}+**b**O_{2(g)}==>**c**Fe_{3}O_{4(s)}? [eq-13]- 3 2 1
- 3 4 1
- 6 4 2
- 6 2 2

- Which three quantities
**a**,**b**and**c**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Li_{(s)}+**b**O_{2(g)}==>**c**Li_{2}O_{(s)}? [eq-14]- 2 1 2
- 4 1 2
- 4 2 1
- 2 2 1

- Which three quantities
**a**,**b**and**c**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Al_{(s)}+**b**O_{2(g)}==>**c**Al_{2}O_{3(s)}? [eq-15]- 1 3 2
- 4 6 4
- 4 3 2
- 2 3 2

- Which three quantities
**a**,**b**and**c**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Mg_{(s)}+**b**O_{2(g)}==>**c**MgO_{(s)}? [eq-16]- 1 1 2
- 4 2 2
- 2 1 1
- 2 1 2

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Zn_{(s)}+**b**HCl_{(aq)}==>**c**ZnCl_{2(aq)}+**d**H_{2(g)}? [eq-17]- 1 2 1 1
- 2 2 2 1
- 2 1 1 2
- 1 1 2 2

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Fe_{(s)}+**b**H_{2}SO_{4(aq)}==>**c**FeSO_{4(aq)}+**d**H_{2(g)}? [eq-18]- 1 1 1 2
- 1 1 1 1
- 2 2 2 1
- 2 1 2 2

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Al_{(s)}+**b**HCl_{(aq)}==>**c**AlCl_{3(aq)}+**d**H_{2(g)}? [eq-19]- 1 6 3 2
- 2 3 2 3
- 2 6 2 3
- 1 3 3 2

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Al_{(s)}+**b**H_{2}SO_{4(aq)}==>**c**Al_{2}(SO_{4})_{3(aq)}+**d**H_{2(g)}? [eq-20]- 1 3 1 3
- 2 3 2 3
- 1 2 2 2
- 2 3 1 3

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Na_{(s)}+**b**H_{2}O_{(l)}==>**c**NaOH_{(aq)}+**d**H_{2(g)}? [eq-21]- 2 2 2 1
- 2 1 2 1
- 1 2 1 2
- 1 1 1 2

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Ca_{(s)}+**b**H_{2}O_{(l)}==>**c**Ca(OH)_{2(aq)}+**d**H_{2(g)}? [eq-22]- 2 2 2 1
- 1 2 1 1
- 1 2 1 2
- 2 1 1 2

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Fe_{(s)}+**b**H_{2}O_{(g)}==>**c**Fe_{3}O_{4(s)}+**d**H_{2(g)}? [eq-23]- 3 4 1 2
- 2 3 1 4
- 3 4 1 4
- 2 3 2 2

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Al_{(s)}+**b**H_{2}O_{(g)}==>**c**Al_{2}O_{3(s)}+**d**H_{2(g)}? [eq-24]- 3 4 1 6
- 1 3 1 3
- 2 4 2 6
- 2 3 1 3

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Mg_{(s)}+**b**CuSO_{4(aq)}==>**c**MgSO_{4(aq)}+**d**Cu_{(s)}? [eq-25]- 1 1 1 1
- 2 1 2 2
- 1 2 1 2
- 2 2 2 1

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Cu_{(s)}+**b**AgNO_{3(aq)}==>**c**Cu(NO_{3})_{2(aq)}+**d**Ag_{(s)}? [eq-26]- 1 1 2 1
- 1 2 1 2
- 2 2 1 2
- 2 2 2 1

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Zn_{(s)}+**b**Fe_{2}(SO_{4})_{3(aq)}==>**c**ZnSO_{4(aq)}+**d**Fe_{(s)}? [eq-27]- 3 2 6 2
- 3 1 3 3
- 3 1 3 2
- 2 2 6 3

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Al_{(s)}+**b**Fe_{2}O_{3(s)}) ==>**c**Al_{2}O_{3(s)}+**d**Fe_{(s)}? [eq-28]- 1 2 2 1
- 3 1 1 3
- 2 3 2 3
- 2 1 1 2

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Cl_{2(aq)}+**b**KBr_{(aq)}==>**c**KCl_{(aq)}+**d**Br_{2(aq)}? [eq-29]- 1 2 2 1
- 2 1 1 1
- 1 1 2 2
- 2 2 1 2

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Br_{2(aq)}+**b**NaI_{(aq)}==>**c**NaBr_{(aq)}+**d**I_{2(aq)}? [eq-30]- 1 2 1 2
- 1 2 2 1
- 1 1 2 2
- 2 2 1 2

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Cl_{2(aq)}+**b**CaI_{2(aq)}==>**c**CaCl_{2(aq)}+**d**I_{2(s)}? [eq-31]- 2 1 2 1
- 1 2 2 2
- 1 1 1 1
- 2 2 1 2

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**AlBr_{3(aq)}+**b**Cl_{2(aq)}==>**c**AlCl_{3(aq)}+**d**Br_{2(s)}? [eq-32]- 1 3 2 2
- 1 3 1 3
- 3 2 2 2
- 2 3 2 3

- Which five quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**,**d**and**e**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**CaCO_{3(s)}+**b**HCl_{(aq)}==>**c**CaCl_{2(aq)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}+**e**CO_{2(g)}? [eq-33]- 1 2 1 1 1
- 2 2 1 2 1
- 1 1 1 1 1
- 2 1 2 2 2

- Which five quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**,**d**and**e**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Na_{2}CO_{3(s)}+**b**HCl_{(aq)}==>**c**NaCl_{(aq)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}+**e**CO_{2(g)}? [eq-34]- 1 4 4 2 2
- 1 2 2 1 1
- 2 2 4 2 2
- 2 2 2 1 1

- Which five quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**,**d**and**e**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Tl_{2}(CO_{3})_{3(s)}+**b**HCl_{(aq)}==>**c**TlCl_{3(aq)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}+**e**CO_{2(g)}? [eq-35]- 2 6 4 3 6
- 1 3 2 6 2
- 1 6 2 3 3
- 2 3 4 3 6

- Which five quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**,**d**and**e**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Tl_{2}(CO_{3})_{3(s)}+**b**H_{2}SO_{4(aq)}==>**c**Tl_{2}(SO_{4})_{3(aq)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}+**e**CO_{2(g)}? [eq-36]- 2 6 4 3 6
- 1 3 2 6 6
- 1 6 2 6 3
- 1 3 1 3 3

- Which three quantities
**a**,**b**and**c**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Na_{(s)}+**b**Cl_{2(g)}==>**c**NaCl_{(s)}? [eq-37]- 2 1 2
- 1 1 1
- 1 2 1
- 2 1 1

- Which three quantities
**a**,**b**and**c**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Al_{(s)}+**b**Cl_{2(g)}==>**c**AlCl_{3(s)}? [eq-38]- 1 3 1
- 2 3 2
- 2 2 3
- 1 3 2

- Which three quantities
**a**,**b**and**c**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Ca_{(s)}+**b**Cl_{2(g)}==>**c**CaCl_{2(s)}? [eq-39]- 1 2 1
- 1 1 2
- 1 1 1
- 2 2 1

- Which three quantities
**a**,**b**and**c**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**P_{(s)}+**b**Cl_{2(g)}==>**c**PCl_{5(s)}? [eq-40]- 1 5 1
- 1 5 2
- 2 5 4
- 2 5 2

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Fe_{2}O_{3(s)}+**b**CO_{(g)}==>**c**Fe_{(l)}+**d**CO_{2(g)}? eq-41]- 1 3 2 3
- 1 6 2 6
- 2 6 4 3
- 2 3 4 6

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**CuO_{(s)}+**b**H_{2(g)}==>**c**Cu_{(l)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(g)}? [eq-42]- 2 1 1 1
- 1 1 1 1
- 1 2 2 1
- 2 1 2 1

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**CuO_{(s)}+**b**C_{(s)}==>**c**Cu_{(s)}+**d**CO_{2(g)}? [eq-43]- 1 2 1 2
- 2 2 2 1
- 2 1 2 1
- 1 1 1 2

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Fe_{3}O_{4(s)}+**b**C_{(s)}==>**c**Fe_{(l)}+**d**CO_{2(g)}? [eq-44]- 2 1 3 2
- 1 3 2 1
- 2 1 2 1
- 1 2 3 2

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**NaOH_{(aq)}+**b**HCl_{(aq)}==>**c**NaCl_{(aq)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}? [eq-45]- 1 1 1 1
- 1 2 2 1
- 2 1 1 2
- 1 2 2 1

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Ca(OH)_{2(aq)}+**b**HCl_{(aq)}==>**c**CaCl_{2(aq)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}? [eq-46]- 1 2 1 1
- 1 2 1 2
- 2 1 1 2
- 2 2 2 1

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Al(OH)_{3(s)}+**b**HCl_{(aq)}==>**c**AlCl_{3(aq)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}? [eq-47]- 2 6 2 3
- 1 6 2 6
- 1 3 1 3
- 2 3 2 3

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Fe_{2}O_{3(s)}+**b**HCl_{(aq)}==>**c**FeCl_{3(aq)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}? [eq-48]- 2 6 2 3
- 1 6 2 6
- 1 3 1 3
- 1 6 2 3

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**MgO_{(s)}+**b**HCl_{(aq)}==>**c**MgCl_{2(aq)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}? [eq-49]- 1 2 1 1
- 1 1 1 1
- 2 2 1 2
- 1 4 1 2

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Mg(OH)_{2(s)}+**b**H_{2}SO_{4(aq)}==>**c**MgSO_{4(aq)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}? [eq-50]- 1 2 1 1
- 1 1 1 2
- 2 2 1 2
- 1 4 1 2

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**Li_{2}O_{(s)}+**b**HCl_{(aq)}==>**c**LiCl_{(aq)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}? [eq-51]- 1 2 1 1
- 1 1 1 1
- 1 2 2 1
- 1 2 1 2

- Which four quantities
**a**,**b**,**c**and**d**are required to balance the equation ...

**a**KOH_{(aq)}+**b**H_{2}SO_{4(aq)}==>**c**K_{2}SO_{4(aq)}+**d**H_{2}O_{(l)}? [eq-52]- 1 2 1 1
- 1 1 1 1
- 2 2 1 2
- 2 1 1 2

AQA GCSE (9-1) Chemistry Topic 3 Quantitative chemistry quiz content: Quantitative chemistry, chemistry calculations, law of conservation of mass, balancing chemical equations, relative formula mass, reacting mass calculations, mole calculations, molarity calculations, amount of substance and gas volume, reacting gas volume ratios, need Qs on limiting reactant, % yield, atom economy