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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) Chemistry Questions

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Grade 6 :: Acids and Bases by Dziubanek
Grade 6 :: Periodic Table and Elements by Dziubanek
When looking at the periodic table of elements, symbols don't match the name (like Ag=silver). Why is there such inconsistency?
  1. It depends on when and where the elements were discovered
  2. It depends on who discovered the elements
  3. It depends on how complex the element is
  4. It depends on what the element is made of
Grade 6 :: Bonds and Mixing by Davidneg
Grade 6 :: Periodic Table and Elements by Danyel98
Another word for element is?
  1. Compound
  2. Pure Substance
  3. Mixed Substance
  4. Solid
Grade 6 :: Properties of Matter by Qalam
Density is defined as                                        .
  1. the shape of a certain mass
  2. the amount of volume to a certain shape
  3. the amount of mass in a given volume
  4. the length of a certain mass
Grade 6 :: Matter by Qalam
What are the four states of matter?
  1. color, shape, size, and density
  2. solid, liquid, vacuum, and plasma
  3. heat, temperature, length, and mass
  4. solid, liquid, gas, and plasma
Grade 6 :: Properties of Matter by Qalam
Grade 6 :: Properties of Matter by Dziubanek
What is a chemical change?
  1. A substance changes due to its chemical properties, but the substance stays the same
  2. A substance changes due to its chemical properties and forms a new substance
  3. A substance changes due to its physical properties
Grade 6 :: Properties of Matter by Dziubanek
What is a physical change?
  1. The physical properties of a substance changes, but the identity of the substance does not change
  2. The physical properties of a substance changes and the identity of the substance changes
  3. The physical properties remain the same
  4. The physical and chemical properties of a substance changes
Grade 6 :: Properties of Matter by Qalam
Grade 6 :: Acids and Bases by Dziubanek
On the pH scale, where can you find strong acids and strong bases?
  1. In the middle of the pH scale
  2. On the right side of the pH scale
  3. On the left side of the pH scale
  4. On either end of the pH scale
Grade 6 :: Properties of Matter by Dziubanek
Give an example of physical property for gasoline.
  1. liquid
  2. flammable
  3. absorbable
  4. all the above
Grade 6 :: Acids and Bases by Dziubanek
What is the main difference between acids and bases?
  1. The way they react to chemical changes
  2. The pH
  3. The way they react to physical changes
  4. The taste
Grade 6 :: Reactions by Dziubanek
What does endothermic mean?
  1. A chemical reaction that absorbs heat energy.
  2. A chemical reaction that releases heat energy.
  3. A chemical change in a substance
  4. A physical change in a substance
Grade 6 :: Reactions by Dziubanek
What does exothermic mean?
  1. A chemical reaction that absorbs heat energy
  2. A chemical reaction that changes a substance
  3. A chemical reaction that releases heat energy
  4. A chemical change within a substance
Grade 6 :: Molecules and Compounds by lisaquillen
Compounds are pure substances made of                             .
  1. two or more kinds of atoms
  2. two of the same type of atom
  3. more than 5 types of atoms
  4. mixtures
Grade 6 :: Acids and Bases by Dziubanek
What does pH stand for?
  1. Properties of Hydrogen
  2. Properties of Hydroxide
  3. Power of Hydrogen
  4. Power of Hydroxide
Grade 6 :: Properties of Matter by jgrif235
Which of these is an example of a physical change?
  1. fireworks
  2. baking a cake
  3. melting ice
  4. candle burning
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