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A chemical change
1. always can be reversed
2. never will change state
3. never can be reversed
4. cannot be reversed easily
What type of reaction does the following equation represent?

$FeS + 2HCl rarr FeCl_2 + H_2S$
1. synthesis reaction
2. double-displacement reaction
3. single-displacement reaction
4. decomposition reaction
When oxygen in the air reacts with iron, iron oxide forms. Which of the following statements is correct?
1. This is a physical change.
2. This is a chemical change.
3. Iron and iron oxide have the same properties.
4. Oxygen and iron have similar properties.
The substances that go into a reaction are called the
1. reactants
2. chemicals
3. questions
4. products
A process by which an electric current breaks chemical bonds.
1. electrolysis
2. characteristic property
3. chemical bond
Which of the following statements about chemical properties is true?
1. They can be observed when the identity of a substance changes.
2. They can always be observed without changing the identity of a substance.
3. They are easier to observe than physical properties.
4. They are the properties that are most useful in identifying a substance.
Which of the following is a balanced equation?
1. $3 N_2 + 3 H_2$ $rarr$ $2 NH_3$
2. $2 O_2 + 3 H_2$ $rarr$ $2 H_2O$
3. $2 K + Cl_2$ $rarr$ $2 KCl$
What type of chemical reaction is $P + O -> PO$?
1. synthesis
2. decomposition
3. single replacement
4. double replacement
Which of the following is a balanced equation?
1. $3 N_2 + 3 H_2$ $rarr$ $2 NH_3$
2. $4 Al + 6 HCl$ $rarr$ $3 H_2 + 2 AlCl_3$
3. $2 O_2 + 3 H_2$ $rarr$ $2 H_2O$
4. $2 K + Cl_2$ $rarr$ $2 KCl$
Identify the reactant(s) in the chemical reaction: $CO_2 + H_2O rarr H_2CO_3$.
1. $CO_2 and H_2O$
2. $CO_2, H_2O, and H_2CO_3$
3. $H_2CO_3$