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AP Chemistry Quiz Index

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									      AP Chemistry Quiz Index
Note : These quizzes are here to help you learn and understand the objectives for the
course. These quizzes cover much of the content, but are not complete. If you master
these quizzes you are only part of the way there. Bottom line - KNOW THE
OBJECTIVES!!

Chapters 1 and 2
Introduction to Chemistry -short answer - Objectives 1-37
Introduction to Chemistry - multiple choice - obj. 1-37
Atoms, molecules and Ions - multiple choice - Objectives 38-71
Polyatomic ions - short answer - Objective 69
Naming Ionic compounds - short answer - Obj. 67-69
Writing Ionic formulas - short answer - Obj. 67-69
Naming and writing covalent compounds - Short answer - Obj. 71
Naming Acids- Obj. 72

Chapter 3
Atomic masses, moles, empirical formulas
No calculator test review-1 - NEW
No calculator test review-2 - NEW
Free response review-1 - NEW
Introduction to Equations - 1
Introduction to Equations-2

Chapter 7
Atomic Structure - short answer - Obj 1-31
Atomic Structure - multiple choice - Obj 1-31 (descriptive)
Atomic Structure - multiple choice - Obj 1-12 (quantitative)
Periodicity - multiple choice - Obj 32-40
No calculator test review - atomic structure - New
No calculator review - periodicity - New

Chapters 8 and 9
Chemical bonding - short answer - Obj 1-28
Chemical bonding - multiple choice - Obj 1-28
Chemical bonding (VSEPR, Lewis St., formal charge) - multiple choice - Obj 1-28
Chapters 8 and 9 Test Review-1- New
Chapters 8 and 9 Test Review-2- New

Chapters 5 and 10
Gas laws, properties of gases - short answer - Obj. 1-29 (Ch.5)
Gas laws, properties of gases - multiple choice - Obj. 1-29 (Ch.5)
Liquids and Solids - short answer - Obj. 30-61 (Ch.10)
Liquids and Solids - multiple choice - Obj. 30-61 (Ch.10)
No Calculator test review - gases - NEW
No Calculator test review - solids and liquids- NEW

Chapters 4 and 11
Solution chemistry - short answer - Obj 1-27 (Ch 4)
Solution chemistry - multiple choice - Obj 1-15 (Ch 4)
Solution chemistry - multiple choice - Obj 16-27 (Ch 4)
Properties of Solutions - short answer - Obj 34-56 (Ch 11)
Properties of Solutions - multiple choice - Obj 34-56 (Ch 11)(Descriptive)
Properties of Solutions - multiple choice - Obj 34-56 (Ch 11)(Quantitative)
Test Review - no calculator-1 - NEW
Test Review - no calculator-2 - NEW
Test Review - no calculator-3 - NEW

Chapters 6 and 16
Thermochemistry - short answer - Obj 1-36 (Ch 6)
Thermochemistry - multiple choice - Obj 1-36 (Ch 6)(Descriptive)
Thermochemistry - multiple choice - Obj 1-36 (Ch 6)(Quantitative)
Thermochemistry - multiple choice - Obj 37-60 (Ch 16)(Descriptive)
Thermochemistry - multiple choice - Obj 37-60 (Ch 16)(Quantitative)

Chapter 12
Chemical kinetics - short answer - Obj 1-29
Rate Laws - multiple choice - Obj 1-15 (descriptive)
Rate Laws - multiple choice - Obj 1-15 (quantitative)
Reaction Mechanisms - multiple choice - Obj 16-29
No Calculator MC Test review - NEW

Chapter 13
Equilibrium - multiple choice - Obj. 1-13
Le Châtelier's Principle - multiple choice - Obj. 14
No Calculator MC Test review - NEW
Chapter 14
Acids and Bases - multiple choice - Obj. 1-18
Solutions of Acids and Bases - multiple choice - Obj. 19-25
Polyprotic acids, salts, Lewis acids-bases - multiple choice - Obj. 26-36
Chapter 14 Test Review
AP style - No Calculator Test Review-1 - NEW
AP style - No Calculator Test Review-2 - NEW

Chapter 15
Buffers - multiple choice - Obj. 1-9
Acid-base titrations, indicators - multiple choice - Obj. 10-25
Solubility, Ksp and complex ions - multiple choice - Obj. 26-42
Solubility and Ksp - multiple choice - Obj. 26-33 (quantitative)
AP style - No Calculator Test Review-1 - NEW
AP style - No Calculator Test Review-1 - NEW

Chapter 17
Test Review - no calculator-1 - NEW
Test Review - no calculator-2 - NEW

Equations
Single and Double Replacement - multiple choice




Diatomic Molecules: Help Our Needy Class Find Brains Immediately



Polyatomic Anions:
NASCP (say “nayskip”) is nitrate (NO3‐), acetate (CH3COO‐), sulfate (SO42‐), carbonate (CO32‐),
phosphate (PO43‐); notice they are in order of increasing charge.

Nick the Camel ate a Clam Supper in Phoenix.
Nick ‐ N with 3 consonants and 1 vowel therefore NO3‐1 (nitrate)
Camel ‐ C with 3 consonants and 2 vowels, therefore CO3‐2 (carbonate)
Clam ‐ Cl with 3 consonants and 1 vowel, therefore ClO3‐1 (chlorate)
Supper ‐ S with 4 consonants and 2 vowels, therefore SO4‐2 (sulfate)
Phoenix ‐ P with 4 consonants and 3 vowels, therefore PO4‐3 (phosphate)

								
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