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Eleventh Grade (Grade 11) Science Questions

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Grade 11 :: Outer Planets by Brilynn14
What is Jupiter's diameter at its equator?
  1. 230,567 km
  2. 132,900 km
  3. 142,800 km
  4. 157,700 km
Grade 11 :: Bonds and Mixing by Chemlover
Predict the predominant type of bonding of [math]CCl_4[/math]
  1. covalent bonding
  2. ionic bonding
  3. metallic bonding
Grade 11 :: Bonds and Mixing by Chemlover
Predict the predominant type of bonding of Zn
  1. covalent bonding
  2. ionic bonding
  3. metallic bonding
Grade 11 :: Bonds and Mixing by Chemlover
A dash in a Lewis-dot structure represents
  1. one electron
  2. two electrons
  3. four electrons
  4. unpaired electrons
Grade 11 :: Bonds and Mixing by Chemlover
Predict the predominant type of bonding of CsI
  1. covalent bonding
  2. ionic bonding
  3. metallic bonding
Grade 11 :: Atomic Structure by Chemlover
Grade 11 :: Atomic Structure by Chemlover
Grade 11 :: Atomic Structure by Chemlover
Describes how electrons fill a sublevel
  1. Aufbau principle
  2. Bohr model of the atom
  3. Hund's rule
  4. Heisenberg uncertainty principle
  5. Pauli exclusion principle
  6. Dalton's atomic theory
  7. Law of definite composition
Grade 11 :: Atomic Structure by Chemlover
Grade 11 :: Atomic Structure by Chemlover
Describes how electrons fill orbitals
  1. Aufbau principle
  2. Bohr model of the atom
  3. Hund's rule
  4. Heisenberg uncertainty principle
  5. Pauli exclusion principle
  6. Dalton's atomic theory
  7. Law of definite composition
Grade 11 :: Atomic Structure by Chemlover
States that it is impossible to know both the energy and the exact position of an electron at the same time
  1. Aufbau principle
  2. Bohr model of the atom
  3. Hund's rule
  4. Heisenberg uncertainty principle
  5. Pauli exclusion principle
  6. Dalton's atomic theory
  7. Law of definite composition
Grade 11 :: Atomic Structure by Chemlover
Helped explain line spectra
  1. Aufbau principle
  2. Bohr model of the atom
  3. Hund's rule
  4. Heisenberg uncertainty principle
  5. Pauli exclusion principle
  6. Dalton's atomic theory
  7. Law of definite composition
Grade 11 :: Environmental Science by madman381
When we discuss “our environment” we are referring to
  1. All conditions in the world.
  2. only interactions that affect human life.
  3. only conditions that cause negative effects on our health.
  4. primarily interactions that harm the atmosphere.
  5. the sum of all the conditions surrounding us that influence life
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