Chemistry (including Biochemistry)/Chemistry Quiz


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Question: "Strange" is one flavor of quark- this is true

Question:Atoms can be created but cannot be destroyed-False

Question:Which of the following states that every substance is formed with definate particles in a precise way and in definate proportions to one another?-Law of definate proportions

Question:Who was the first to suggest matter was made up of individual particles?-Democritus

Question:In nature, most elements occur as a mixture of two or three isotopes-True

Question:the mass of an electron is greater than the mass of a proton or a neutron-False

Question:The atomic number of a given element is 13.This means that the element has 13 neutrons.-False

Question:What is the name given to subatomic particles located in the neucleus of an atom that carry no electrical charge?-Neutrons

Question:Who's experiemnts with cathode rays led to the discovery of electrons?-Thomson's

Question:What is the smallest part of an element that retains all the properties of that element?-Atom

Question:Electrons,Protons,and Neutrons are composed of smaller, more fundamental mathematical particles. What are these particles called?-Quarks

Question:All naturally occuring elements have more than one isotop-True

Question:The Chemistry of an atom depends on the behavior of what?-Electrons

Question:What is the approximate atomic mass of each proton and neutron?-1amu

Question:What are atoms with the same numbers of protons but different neutrons?-Isotope

Question:What are positively charged nucleons?-Protons

Question:What is the name given to the tiny particles that comprise the neucleus?-Nucleons

Question:The idea of the atom was first proposed by John Dalton-False

Question:Atoms of diff. elements have diff. masses-True

Question:What is the nomenclature for the total # of nucleons in the nucleus of an atom?-Mass #

Question:Which of the following represents the # of protons in the nucleus of 1 atom of an element?-Atomic #

Question:Hydrogen Peroxide is a pure compund-True

Question:Which element has been chosen to be the reference standard for determining the relative masses of other elements?-Carbon

Question:Atoms can be seen with scanning tunneling microscope-True

Question:What is the nomenclature used to describe the #ofprotons in the nucleus of a given atom?-Atomic #

Question: amu is defined as 1/12 the mass of which element?-Carbon

What is the weighted avg.mass of atoms in naturally occuring sample of element?-AtomicMass

Question:Mass of single proton/neutron is 1/12 of 12amu-True

Question:What are negatively charged sub.particles in cloud around nucleus?-Electrons

Question:Mass of electron is greater than mass of proton/neutron-False

*I just completed this test so all of these answers are from the Assessment Summary so theyre definately correct!*

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Prefer questions regarding general chemistry, analytical chemistry, and physical chemistry. Have less knowledge about organic chemistry but can help with most undergraduate organic chemistry questions not related to reactions and their mechanisms.


Highly experienced in physical chemistry both theoretical and experimental. Current research focus is fluorescence spectroscopy and electronic structure theory (e.g. quantum mechanics). Past research focus was in analytical chemistry in the area of photocatalysis.

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Lori A. Pretzer, Philp J. Carlson, and Joel E. Boyd. "The effect of Pt oxidation state and concentration on the photocatalytic removal of aqueous ammonia with Pt-modified titania." J. Photochem. Photobiol. A: Chemistry. 200 (2008) 246-253. ; Philip J. Carlson, Lori A. Pretzer, and Joel E. Boyd. "Solvent Deposition of titanium dioxide on acrylic for photocatalytic application." Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 46 (2007) 7970-7976.

A.S. in Chemistry from Garden City Community College, Garden City, KS; B.S. in Mathematics from Wayland Baptist University, Plainview, TX; B.S. in Chemistry from Wayland Baptist University, Plainview, TX; Ph.D. (Cand.) in Physical Chemistry at Iowa State University, Ames, IA; B.A. in Evangelism and Missions; M.A. in Theological studies (In progress) from Louisiana Baptist University

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