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THIRD QUARTERLY EXAMINATION


PHYSICAL SCIENCE

Name: _________________________________ Grade: __________________ Date: ______________


Instructor: Ms. Melanie D.R. Miranda

General Direction: Read carefully each sentence/phrases given. Write on the blank provided the concept being
describe/discuss.
 Huwag kang lilingon sa katabi mo, baka magkatitigan pa kayo ma-inlove ka pa…Eww di’ba?
 Mas madali tong sagutin kesa sa tanong ng manlolokong gf/bf mo sa’yo na “Mahal mo pa ba ako?”
 DO NOT CHEAT. Naranasan mona ang maloko. ANG SAKIT DI’BA? All caps yan para ramdam mo.
 Relax ka lang. EXAM lang to. Mas malaki ang chance na pumasa ka dito kesa pumasa sa puso ng
crush mo.
Take note: Wrong spelling will NOT be given a point and ERASURES are NOT accepted.

I. IDENTIFICATION: Identify what is being defined or described. (20 pts.)

____________________1. He discovered the nucleus and proposed the planetary model.


____________________2. It is outside of the lesson’s scope. Simply explain that when particles in cosmic rays collide
with heavier elements, they generate Li, Be and B – among other elements – through nuclear fission.
____________________3. The quantum mechanical model of the atom states that a nucleus is surrounded by a cloud of
electrons called .
____________________4. Found it remarkable that the elements we find on Earth are also those we find among the
stars.
____________________5. It is the process of producing the light elements during the big bang expansion.
____________________6. It refers to the epoch at which charged electrons and protons first became bound to form
electrically neutral hydrogen atom.
____________________7. He did not believe that matter is strictly a collection of atoms, and that matter can be made of
air, fire, water, or earth.
____________________8. He discovered the electrons by conducting a series of experiments using a high-vacuum
cathode-ray tube that was composed of negatively charged particles 1000 times lighter than the hydrogen atom.
____________________9. He proposed that the electrons move in fixed energy levels or orbits.
____________________10. It refers to atoms with the same atomic number but different atomic masses.
____________________11. A point in space and a moment in time where the universe was infinitely hot and dense.
____________________12. He used the X-rays in studying the structure of the atom. The results of his experiments
supported Rutherford's model.
____________________13. It is a branch of astronomy that involves the origin and evolution of the universe, from the
bigbang to today and on into the future.
____________________14. These are positively charged. It contains nearly all the mass of the atom. The electrons orbit
around it.
____________________15. It's explain how the elements were initially formed the formation of different elements
involved many nuclear reactions, including fusion, fission and radioactive decay.
____________________16. Ancient Greek pre-Socratic philosopher primarily remembered today for his formulation of
an atomic theory of the universe.
____________________17. A theory of exponential expansion of space in the early universe.
____________________18. He discovered the electron and proposed the plum pudding model.
____________________19. Theory states that all matter is made up of tiny, indivisible particles.
____________________20. A British scientist did experiments on mixtures of gases.

II. MULTIPLE CHOICE


Direction: Choose the letter of the correct answer and write it on the blank provided at the left side of the
test paper.

___1. Which are positively or negatively charged particles, have the same number of protons in different
number of electrons.
a. Ions c. Atomic
b. Isotope d. Redshift
___2. Refer to the figure below. Which of the following is the formation of Tritium or hydrogen-3?
a. proton c. Beryllium-7
b. lithium-7 d. helium-3
___3. The energy released is responsible for the thermal pressure that pushes against gravity. It is also
responsible for the light, heat and radiation emitted by the star?
a. CNO cycle c. s-process
b. triple-alpha process d. r-process
___4. Which of the following reactions is not a part of the alpha ladder?

___5. Which of the following processes involving slow neutron capture in red giants?
a. CNO cycle c. s-process
b. triple-alpha process d. r-process
___6. Which of the following processes is likely to generate the heaviest element and involves rapid capture of
neutrons by the atom?
a. CNO cycle c. s-process
b. triple-alpha process d. r-process

___7. This happens through a process where 12C is used as a catalyst known as the .
a. CNO cycle c. s-process
b. triple-alpha process d. r-process
___8. Which model would have electrons collapsing into the nucleus, making the atom unstable?
a. Quantum Mechanical Model c. Rutherford's model
b. Plum Pudding Model d. Neils Bohn Atomic Model
___9. Which model of the atom states that a nucleus is surrounded by a cloud of electrons
a. Quantum Mechanical Model c. Rutherford's model
b. Plum Pudding Model d. Neils Bohn Atomic Model
___10. Which model consisted of negatively charged particles, spread evenly throughout the positively charged
material?
a. Quantum Mechanical Model c. Rutherford's model
b. Plum Pudding Model d. Neils Bohn Atomic Model
___11. Which of the following reactions is not a part of the alpha ladder?
I.
II.
III.
IV.
a. I c. III
b. II d. IV

___12. Which of the following reactions is not a part of the alpha ladder?
I. III.
II. IV.
a. I c. III
b. II
c.
d. IV
___13. Who was the scientist who used the redshift of light from galaxies to calculate their velocities and
distances from the Earth?
a. Robert Wilson c.Edwin Hubble
b. Slipher and Wirtz d. Arno Penzias
___14. Who was the scientist explained that the redshift or increase in wavelength was due to the increase in the
distance between the Earth and the nebulae.
a. Robert Wilson c.Edwin Hubble
b. Slipher and Wirtz d. Arno Penzias
___15. Refer to the figure below. Which of the following is the formation of Tritium or hydrogen-3?

a. proton c. neutron
b. lithium-7 d. helium-3

V. ENUMERATION
A. GIVE ATLEAST 25 ELEMENTS YOUR MEMORIZE IN PERIODIC TABLE, EXCEPT 1 TO 10 ATOMIC
NUMBER IN PERIODIC TABLE.
ATOMIC NUMBER SYMBOLS ELEMENTS NAME
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