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    1. The ___________ of pivoted object is that point at which it can be struck without

    producing a reaction force on it

    ANSWER: Center of Oscillation

    ANSWER: ___________

    2. The __________ of a system undergoing simple harmonic motion is the time needed for it

    to make one complete oscillation.

    ANSWER: Mechanical energy

    3. What type of energy transmitted by rotary

    ANSWER: Shear Modulus

    4. It is the measure of a materials rigidity

    5. Heat is the energy in transit from one mass to another due to different in temperature

    6. The ratio of thickness and thermal conductivity: Thermal Resistance

    7. The greater the thermal conductivity the faster the heat transfer

    8. Measure of fluid internal resistance Viscosity

    ANSWER: 2128 KHz

    9. What is the international distress frequency for radio telephony?

    ANSWER: P5000 per unit

    10. How much is the fine for an unauthorized servicing for mobile telephones?

    ANSWER: Acids have a pH of 0 to 6. The lesser the pH #, the more it is acidic for

    example, pH1.

    11. Which of the following is acidic?

    ANSWER: Lumens

    12. The unit for illumination of surface is called

    ANSWER: CCITT Rec. G. 172

    13. Which standard is utilized for intermodulation noise rate of PCM audio channels?

    ANSWER: 109

    14. The policy adopted for improving the provision of local exchange carrier service is

    embodied in Executive Order No.

    ANSWER: arbitrary

    15. The zero gravitational potential energy is

    ANSWER: Ozone

    16. What is the gas produced by the action of sunlight on automobile exhaust?

    ANSWER: 50 mm

    17. On or many non-metallic surface extensions shall be permitted to run on any directionsfrom an existing outlet but not on the floor or within __________ from the floor

    ANSWER: 5

    18.A non-metallic sheathed cable shall have not a bending radius less than __________

    times the diameter of the cable.

    ANSWER: April 17, 2004

    19. The RA 9292 is signed by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo in what date?

    ANSWER: 121.5 MHz

    20. What is the international distress frequency for aeronautical services

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    ANSWER: 6 months to 1 year

    21. In cellular systems, what is the average lead time for installing a new base system?

    ANSWER: 26 mm

    22. Conductors concealed in a knob or tube wiring, there must be a clearance NOT less than

    ____________ between the conductor and the surface which it passes over.

    ANSWER: P1V1=P2V2

    23. Boyles Law

    ANSWER: E

    24. In ITU emission designation, the third symbol refers to the type of information to betransmitted. What symbol is used for telephony?

    ANSWER: Dalton

    25. Who proposed the modern atomic theory?

    ANSWER: 450-470 MHz

    26. The frequency band reallocated by NTC for wireless broadband access for fixed,

    nomadic, and mobile network

    ANSWER: 1 year

    27. Broadcast station logs must be kept for NTC for ____________.

    ANSWER: 150 km

    28. Short haul communications refers to communications with a distance not less than

    ANSWER: 3

    29.A registered electronics engineer must be a member of an accredited professional

    organization within ________ years after the effectivity of RA 9292.

    ANSWER: 15 years

    30. The maximum term of contract of authority given to cable TV operators

    ANSWER: 40 mm

    31. In every drawing, there must be a standard title block which contains the project owner,

    title of the sheet, scale used, name and signature of the PEE. The width of the title block is

    _________

    ANSWER: 16

    32. In hospitals, the general lighting load required shall be __________ VA/m2

    ANSWER: 4%

    33. CMTS operators is encouraged to improve the grade of service by 1% every 2 years until

    it reaches ___________

    ANSWER: to reduce the use of oil and coal

    34. the best way of preventing the increase of CO concentration in the atmosphere is

    ANSWER: hypothesis

    35. The statement that has a possible solution is a

    ANSWER: 2%

    36. CMTS operators required by the NTC to improve their drop call rate by 1% every 2 years

    until the Drop Call Rate is __________.

    ANSWER: 107ergs

    37. the equivalent of 1 Joule is

    ANSWER: chlorine

    38. What substance is added to the filtrate to kill molds, microorganisms and bacteria?

    ANSWER: 50 kW

    39. In international AM broadcasting, signal maintain authorized power output is not less

    than

    40. What is the Capitalization for MDPD (Mobile Phone Dealers Permit)?

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    ANSWER: P 100,000

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    ANSWER: Alk ali Metals

    1. What are the elements falls under Group IA in the periodic table?

    ANSWER: Alk aline Earth Metals2.

    What are the elements falls under Group 2A in the periodic table?

    ANSWER: Boro n Family

    3. What are the elements falls under Group 3A in the periodic table?

    ANSWER: Carbon Family

    4. What are the elements falls under Group 4A in the periodic table?

    ANSWER: Nitrogen Family

    5. What are the elements falls under Group 5A in the periodic table?

    ANSWER: Oxyg en Family

    6. What are the elements falls under Group 6A in the periodic table?

    ANSWER: Inert/ Noble Gases

    7. What are the elements falls under Group 0 in the periodic table?

    ANSWER: 4

    8. Metalloids have a valence of

    ANSWER: 8

    9. What is the atomic number of oxygen?

    ANSWER: Li thium

    10. What element that has 3 protons?

    ANSWER: Chlor in e

    11. What element will you combine with alkali metals to form salts?

    ANSWER: Zinc

    12. What is the most common alloying ingredient in copper?

    ANSWER: Fluorin e

    13. What is the most electronegative element?

    ANSWER: Alum inum

    14. What is the most abundant metal in the earths surface?

    ANSWER: Mercur y

    15. What element in which has the lowest boiling point?

    ANSWER: Chlor in e

    16. It is a greenish-yellow halogen gas.

    ANSWER: Iodin e

    17. What do you call the bluish-black substance in which, when burned, it will produce purple

    fumes?

    ANSWER: Isoto pes

    18. What do you call a nuclei that has same number of Atomic number but has different

    Atomic weight?

    ANSWER: Fusio n

    19. When Hydrogen melts in the sun, it is converted to Helium and produces light in the sun

    ANSWER: u ni t cel l

    20. When a solid has a crystalline structure, the atoms arranged in repeating structure is

    called

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    ANSWER: Face-centered cub ic

    21. What crystalline structure that has coordination number of 12?

    ANSWER: Body -centered cu bic

    22. What crystalline structure that has a coordination number of 8?

    ANSWER: simp le cub ic

    23. What crystalline structure that has a packing factor of 0.52?

    ANSWER: Face-centered cub ic

    24. What crystalline structure that has a packing factor of 0.74

    ANSWER: Face-centered cub ic

    25. Chromium has a body-centered cubic crystalline structure

    ANSWER: no n-Bravais lat t ice

    26. It shows each atom and ion with repeating structure in the crystalline

    ANSWER: Space L att ice

    27. What do you call the distinct pattern in the space which the atoms of metal arranged

    themselves when they combine to produce a substance of recognizable size?

    ANSWER: rare earth

    28. The Lanthanides were once called as _____________.

    ANSWER: Hydrox ides

    29.Alkali solutions are also called

    ANSWER: Halides

    30. Compounds containing halogen and another element (except oxygen) are called

    _____________.

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    ANSWER: b ecause alkal i metals are the mo st react ive

    Why alkali metals are protected from air, water and other substances?

    ANSWER: Go ld2.

    What is the third most conductive material?

    ANSWER: nichrom e

    3. What is the least conductive material

    ANSWER: Negatro n

    4. What is the other name of a negative electron?

    ANSWER: A lpha Decay

    5. What is the decay wherein protons and neutrons are decreased by 2 and may result in a

    stable nucleus?

    ANSWER: Curie po int

    6. What physical property of a material that refers to the temperature at which ferromagnetic

    materials can no longer be magnetized by outside forces

    ANSWER: 770 degr ees Celsiu s

    7. What is the Curie temperature of iron?

    8. Lodestone is a natural magnet.

    ANSWER: hard ened steel

    9. It is the material used in making permanent magnet

    ANSWER: -234.5 degrees Cels ius

    10. What is the inferred absolute zero temperature of annealed copper?

    ANSWER: Alum inum

    11. Which material that has a permeability slightly greater than 1?

    ANSWER: 63%

    12. What is the conductivity of a 99.5% pure aluminum?

    ANSWER: 102.1%

    13. What is the conductivity of a pure annealed copper wire?

    ANSWER: 72.6%

    14. What is the conductivity of a 99.9% pure gold?

    ANSWER: 108.8%

    15. What is the conductivity of a pure annealed silver wire?

    ANSWER: Periodic Table

    16. What is a reference sheet for element that can be used to form engineering materials?

    ANSWER: A lkal i metals17. What group of metals that are very soft metals?

    ANSWER: metals

    18.All elements in the center gap are __________.

    ANSWER: 2

    19. How many elements are found in Period 1 of the Periodic Table?

    ANSWER: 8

    20. How many elements are found in Period 2 of the Periodic Table?

    ANSWER: 8

    21. How many elements are found in Period 3 of the Periodic Table?

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    ANSWER: 18

    22. How many elements are found in Period 4 of the Periodic Table?

    ANSWER: 18

    23. How many elements are found in Period 5 of the Periodic Table?

    ANSWER: Transi t ion metals

    24. The elements found in the center of the periodic table of elements are called

    __________.

    ANSWER: Main Group s

    25. The elements/ groups found in the Left and Right of the periodic table of elements iscalled __________.

    ANSWER: Lanth anides

    26. What is the group of elements found in Period 6 of the Periodic Table of elements and is

    between Lanthanum and Lutetium?

    ANSWER: Because th ey are sub stances that are not chemic al ly react ive

    27. Why noble gases are called inert gases?

    28. Most actinides are radioactive. They are also found in the Period 7 of the Periodic Table

    of Elements.

    29. Halogens react with Groups 1A and 2A.

    ANSWER: Gro up 7A/7B

    30. Halogens fall under what group in the periodic table?

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    ANSWER: bo i l ing

    1. Magnesium will react with water only if the water is

    ANSWER: 6 pro tons , 6 electrons, 8 neutrons

    2. How many protons, electrons and neutrons are present in a 14C6 carbon isotope?

    ANSWER: 4

    3. How many postulates did Niels Bohr make to support the Bohrs atomic theory?

    ANSWER: First Postu late of Niels Boh r

    4. Electron orbits are discrete and non-radiating, and on electron may not remain between

    these orbits. This is also known as

    ANSWER: Mendeleev

    5. Who has been accepted as the author of the periodic table which was developed by

    chemists in the mid-nineteenth century?

    ANSWER: 1836

    6. The mass of a proton is approximately how many times greater than the mass of an

    electron?

    ANSWER: 1839

    7. The mass of a neutron is approximately how many times greater than the mass of an

    electron?

    ANSWER: Disloc at ion

    8. What refers to a crystal imperfection characterized by regions of severe atomic misfit

    where atoms are not properly surrounded by neighboring atoms?

    ANSWER: Ion

    9. What do you call an atom that has lost or gain an electron?

    ANSWER: Cation

    10. What is the ion that is smaller than its parent atom?

    ANSWER: Anio n

    11. What is the ion that is greater than its parent atom?

    ANSWER: 92

    12. How many fundamental substances are present in nature?

    ANSWER: pH measurement

    13. The ___________ of an environment serves as a measure of the strength of acids or

    bases.

    ANSWER: acid

    14. The solutions with pH values from 1 to 6 are

    ANSWER: b ase15. The solutions with pH values from 7 to 12 are

    ANSWER: 7

    16. What is the pH value for a neutral solution?

    ANSWER: posi t ive hydro gen ion

    17. pH stands for

    ANSWER: electrolyte

    18. What do you call a fluid that conducts electricity?

    19. Oxidation in an electrochemical cell always place at the anode.

    20. Reduction in an electrochemical cell always place at the cathode.

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    ANSWER: relat ive densi ty

    21. The other name for specific gravity is called as

    ANSWER: polym ers

    22. The engineering materials known as plastics is correctly called as

    ANSWER: parts

    23. Polymer comes from Greek words poly which means many and meros which means

    ___________.

    ANSWER: Eureka

    24. What do you call an alloy which is practically having a constant resistance at alltemperatures?

    ANSWER: Metal Matr ix com pos i tes

    25. What do you call metals reinforced by ceramics or other materials, usually in fiber form?

    ANSWER: Ceram ic

    26. What is a combination of one or more metals with a nonmetallic element?

    ANSWER: Al lo y

    27. It is a metal combined with one or more elements

    ANSWER: Maslows Needs Hierarchy Theory

    28.____________ states that there are five needs of an employee: psychological, security,

    social, esteem and self actualization.

    ANSWER: In Bask et, Management games, Case stud ies

    29. What are the common training programs designed for managers?

    ANSWER: Vest ibule Schoo l

    30. What type of training is where the trainee is placed in a situation almost exactly the same

    as the workplace where machines, materials, time constraints are present with the trainer

    working full time?

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    ANSWER: Boyles Law

    1. In a confined gas, if the absolute temperature is held constant, the volume is inversely

    proportional to the absolute pressure. This is also known as

    ANSWER: Charles Law

    2. At constant pressure, the volume of a sample of gas is directly proportional to the

    absolute temperature. This is known as

    ANSWER: Law of Conservat ion of Energy

    3. The first law of thermodynamics is also known as

    ANSWER: Lin e Spectrum

    4. Refers to series discrete electromagnetic wavelengths emitted by the atoms of a low

    pressure gas that is subjected to a sufficiently high potential difference.

    ANSWER: Abso lute temperature

    5. The average kinetic energy of gas molecule is proportional to the ___________ of the gas

    ANSWER: Relat ive Hum idi ty

    6. The ___________ of a volume of air is the ratio between the amount of water vapor it

    contains and the amount that would be present at saturation.

    ANSWER: Kin et ic Theory of gases

    7. ___________ a gas consists of a great, many, tiny individual molecules that do not

    interact with on another except when collision occurs.

    ANSWER: Water absorpt io n

    8. What physical property of a material refers to the amount of weight gain % experienced in

    a polymer after immersion in water for a specified length of time under a controlled

    environment?

    ANSWER: Pho toelectr ic effect

    9. The phenomenon whereby wavelength photon hitting an atom on the surface of a

    substance causes an electron to be ejected

    ANSWER: Gamma Rays

    10. What radiation produces electrons with the highest energy?

    ANSWER: Bulk modu lus

    11. Elastic modulus that exists in liquids

    ANSWER: First Law o f Motion

    Note: F i rst Law of m ot ionis also calledthe Law o f Inert ia. This is often

    paraphrased as " zero net force impl ies zero accelerat ion", but this is anover-

    simpl i f icat ion.

    12. Every body perseveres in its state of being at rest or of moving uniformly straight

    forward, except insofar as it is compelled to change its state by force impressed. This is also

    known as

    ANSWER: Second L aw of Motion

    Note: Second L aw of mot ionis also called the Law o f Inert ia

    13. The rate of change of momentum of a body is proportional to the resultant force acting

    on the body and is in the same direction. This is also known as

    14. All forces occur in pairs, and these two forces are equal in magnitude and opposite in

    direction. This is also known as

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    ANSWER: Third Law o f Motion

    Note: This law of motion is commonly paraphrased as: " To every act ion force

    there is an equal , but op pos i te, react ion force" .

    ANSWER: Melt ing poin t

    15. What physical property of a material that refers to the temperature at which a material

    liquefies on heating or solidifies on cooling?

    ANSWER: Leng th

    16. The period of the pendulum depends on which of the following?

    ANSWER: Dif fuser

    17. Is a device used to increase the pressure by slowing down the liquid?

    ANSWER:N-s

    18. The SI unit of Impulse is

    ANSWER: Cesium

    19. What substance that has a melting point of280Cand is liquid at warm temperatures?

    ANSWER: Nichrome

    20.A common alloy is 80% nickel and 20% chromium, It has high electrical resistance.

    ANSWER: Con stantan

    21. copper-nickel alloy usually consisting of 60% Copper and 40% Nickel. Commonly used as

    thermocouple.

    ANSWER: Invar

    22. Used as thermostat. It has low or zero temperature coefficients.

    ANSWER: Quanta

    23. The definite discrete amount of energy required to move an electron from a lower shell to

    a higher shell.

    ANSWER: Remanenc e

    24. Other name for retentivity

    ANSWER: 1KW

    25. What is the minimum carrier power of the standard AM broadcast where effective and

    direct supervision of an Electronics Engineer is required?

    ANSWER: electrons do not have a localized orbit, but are spatially like cloud

    26. of the atom.

    ANSWER: Element

    27. Broken down simpler substance?

    ANSWER: External environment

    28. of top management?

    ANSWER: Immediate planning? Or Intermediate Planning?

    29. What refers to the process of determining the contributions that subunits con make with

    allocated resources?

    30. . ratio of stress to ____________ for materials operation in the nonlinear region in the

    stress-strain diagram?ANSWER: Secant Modulus

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    ANSWER: Duct i l i ty

    1. What is the ratio of the ultimate failure to the yielding strain?

    ANSWER: yield streng th

    2.

    The stress at which material exhibits a specified deviation from proportionality of stressand strain.

    ANSWER: Conservat ion of Linear Momentum

    3. When the vector sum of the external forces acting on a system of particles equal to zero

    the total linear momentum of the system remains constant. This statement is known as

    ANSWER: actual m echanical advantage

    4. The _________ of a machine is the ratio of output force exerted and the input force

    furnished on it.

    ANSWER: ideal mechanic al advantage

    5. The ratio of input distance to output distance is known as ___________

    ANSWER: wo rk energy theorem

    6. It is the change in kinetic energy plus the change in mechanical energy plus work done.

    ANSWER: Poissons Ratio

    7. What is the absolute value of the ratio of the transverse strain to the corresponding axial

    strain in a body subjected to uniaxial stress

    ANSWER: r efract ive index

    8. It is the ratio of the velocity of light in vacuum to the velocity of light in a medium

    ANSWER: Conservat ive forc e

    9. Gravity is an example of what type of force?

    ANSWER: Non-cons ervat ive force

    10. Friction is an example of

    ANSWER: dissip at ive force

    11. The another term for conservative force

    ANSWER: co eff icient of rest i tut ion

    12. It is the ratio of velocity before and after an impact/ collision

    ANSWER: Inelast ic col l is io n

    13. In __________ collision, kinetic energy is lost to heat, sound energy, etc.

    ANSWER: Com pletely Inelast ic Col l is ion

    14. What type of collision when maximum kinetic energy is lost?

    ANSWER: relat ive speed after col l is ion to relat ive speed b efore col l is ion

    15. Coefficient of restitution is the ratio of:

    ANSWER: 1

    16. What is the coefficient of restitution for an elastic collision?

    ANSWER: 0

    17. What is the coefficient of restitution for an inelastic collision?

    ANSWER: moment of inert ia

    18. The __________ of a body about a given axis is the rotational analog of mass of the body

    is distributed about the axis.

    19. The __________ of a rotational body is the product of its moment of inertia and angular

    speed.

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    ANSWER: angu lar momentum

    ANSWER: tr anslat ional

    20. When the forces that act on an object have a vector sum of zero, the object is said to be

    in __________ equilibrium.

    ANSWER: ro tat ional

    21. When the net torque acting on an object is zero, the object is in __________ equilibrium.

    ANSWER: Start ing fr ic t ion

    22. Maximum static friction is also known as

    ANSWER: Sl iding Frict ion

    23. What is the another term of kinetic friction?

    ANSWER: Alw ays less than

    24. The coefficient of kinetic friction is ____________ the coefficient of static friction.

    ANSWER: Ampl i tude

    25. The maximum displacement of an object undergoing harmonic motion on either side of its

    equilibrium position is called __________ of the motion.

    ANSWER: Damped Harmon ic Osci l lator

    26. In a __________, friction progressively reduces the amplitude of the vibrations

    ANSWER: Third Law o f Motion

    27. When an object exerts a force on another object, the second object exerts the first force

    of the same magnitude but in opposite direction. This statement is known as

    ANSWER: Simple Harmon ic Motion

    28. What occurs whenever a restoring force acts on a body in the opposite direction to its

    displacement from its equilibrium position with the magnitude of the restoring force

    proportional to the magnitude of the displacement?

    ANSWER: Its maximum speed

    29. What is doubled if the amplitude of a simple harmonic oscillator is doubled?

    ANSWER: Zero

    30.An object undergoes simple harmonic motion, its maximum speed occurs when its

    displacement from its equilibrium position is __________.

    ANSWER: Acc elerat ion

    31. In a simple harmonic motion, there is always a constant ratio between the displacement

    of the mass and its ____________.

    32. unit of momentum = kg-m /s

    33. 1 slug = 14.6 kg

    ANSWER: 4.45

    34. One pound is equal to __________ Newtons

    ANSWER: 3,600,000 Jou les

    35. How many joules are there in 1 kilowatt-hour?

    ANSWER: mass

    36. Rest energy is the energy possessed by an object by virtue of its

    ANSWER: posi t io n

    37. Potential energy is the energy possessed by an object by virtue of its

    ANSWER: Wo rk-energy Theorem

    38. Work done on object = change of objects KE + change in objects PE and work done by

    the object. This equation is better known as

    ANSWER: Newto n

    39.A net force applied to 1kg mass gives it an acceleration of 1 m/s2

    40. What is the work done for a reversible isometric system?

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    ANSWER: zero

    ANSWER: temperature, pressure and volum e

    41. What are the thermodynamic properties?

    ANSWER: Jou le

    42. What is the mechanical equivalent of heat?

    ANSWER: temperature, pressure and volum e

    43. What are the thermodynamic properties?

    ANSWER: 760

    44. The average atmospheric pressure is __________ Torr. Torr was named after Torricelli,who made the barometer.

    ANSWER: depends on the intake and exhaust tem perature

    45. In any process, the maximum amount of heat that can be converted into mechanical

    energy ___________.

    ANSWER: 100%

    46. In any process, the maximum amount of mechanical energy that can be converted into

    heat is ___________.

    47. Density is mass per unit volume.

    ANSWER: thermal con duc t ivi ty

    48. It is the physical property of a material that refers to the rate of heat flow per unit time

    ANSWER: sp eci f ic heat

    49. It is the ratio of the amount of heat to raise the temperature of a unit mass of a substance

    to 1 degree to the heat required to raise the temperature of the same mass of water to 1

    degree

    ANSWER: 1

    50. What is the compressibility factor of an ideal gas?

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    ANSWER: C6H12O6

    1. What is the molecular structure for monosaccharide?

    ANSWER: 67.25 MHz2.

    What is the virtual carrier frequency of channel 4?

    ANSWER: electron affinity

    3. It is the willingness of an atom to share electron

    ANSWER: 1.2 k baud

    4. CCITT V26 has modulation rate of ___________.

    ANSWER: P900

    5. How much is the construction fee for CATV head-end station?

    ANSWER: P100 Million

    6. What is the minimum capital for applicant of 3G mobile communication?

    ANSWER: 7

    7. What is the pH measurement of neutral solution?

    ANSWER: 11.7

    8. What is relative permittivity of silicon?

    ANSWER: 10

    9. A board examiner should be in active practice of electronics profession for at least

    __________ consecutive years.

    ANSWER: 5

    10. In RA 9292, electronic technicians can register without examination __________ years

    after the effect of the RA 9292

    ANSWER: P3000

    11. What is the annual license fee for CATV head end station?

    ANSWER: will be considered void

    12. Contracts which are provision contrary to public policy __________.

    ANSWER: electrolysis

    13. It involves electrical energy to carry oxidation-reduction (redox) reaction.

    ANSWER: electrostatic

    14. It is study of phenomena of same electric charge in motion and at rest.

    ANSWER: 2 kHz

    15. The frequency tolerance for FM is ___________ above or below the assigned frequency

    ANSWER: 16 mm diameter

    16. The red electrode has a minimum diameter of

    ANSWER: 32

    17. How many electrons are there in 4th shell level?

    ANSWER: Molecular Equation

    18. It determines the number of atoms in a molecule.

    ANSWER: 3

    19. The length of term of Board of examiners is __________ years.

    ANSWER: 2 years

    20. Years need before a revoked license can be reinstated.

    21. Buoyant Force exerted by a fluid on a body is equal to the weight of fluid the body

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    ANSWER: Archimedes Principle

    displaces.

    ANSWER: Activated Charcoal

    22. It removes dissolved particles.

    ANSWER: Sulfuric Acid

    23. It corrodes metal, destroys living tissue and deteriorates the building

    ANSWER: 5%

    24. Minimum Service performance standard in drop call rates in cellular mobile telephony

    ANSWER: has a capacity of 2.048 Mbps

    25. High speed networks as defined by NTC

    ANSWER: P5000 per unit

    26. Penalty for violation of memorandum order 07-08-2004 or unauthorized servicing on

    mobile telephones

    ANSWER: Equilibrant

    27. Force needed by a particle subjected to other forces to keep in equilibrium

    28. Watt is equal to Joule per second.

    ANSWER: 50.0 MHz to 54.0 MHz

    29. The frequency limit for 6-meter band of ITU region 2

    30. It is a galvanic cell that supplies continuous electric energy.ANSWER: Fuel Cell

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    ANSWER: Center of Oscillation

    1. The ___________ of pivoted object is that point at which it can be struck without

    producing a reaction force on it (pwd)

    ANSWER: ___________

    2. The __________ of a system undergoing simple harmonic motion is the time needed for it

    to make one complete oscillation.

    ANSWER: Mechanical energy

    3. What type of energy transmitted by rotary

    ANSWER: Shear Modulus

    4. It is the measure of a materials rigidity

    5. Heat is the energy in transit from one mass to another due to different in temperature

    6. The ratio of thickness and thermal conductivity: Thermal Resistance

    7. The greater the thermal conductivity the faster the heat transfer

    8. Measure of fluid internal resistance Viscosity

    ANSWER: 2128 KHz

    9. What is the international distress frequency for radio telephony?

    ANSWER: P5000 per unit

    10. How much is the fine for an unauthorized servicing for mobile telephones?

    ANSWER: Acids have a pH of 0 to 6. The lesser the pH #, the more it is acidic for

    example, pH1.

    11. Which of the following is acidic?

    ANSWER: Lumens

    12. The unit for illumination of surface is called

    ANSWER: CCITT Rec. G. 17213. Which standard is utilized for intermodulation noise rate of PCM audio channels?

    ANSWER: 109

    14. The policy adopted for improving the provision of local exchange carrier service is

    embodied in Executive Order No.

    ANSWER: arbitrary

    15. The zero gravitational potential energy is

    ANSWER: Ozone

    16. What is the gas produced by the action of sunlight on automobile exhaust?

    ANSWER: 50 mm

    17. On or many non-metallic surface extensions shall be permitted to run on any directions

    from an existing outlet but not on the floor or within __________ from the floor

    ANSWER: 5

    18.A non-metallic sheathed cable shall have not a bending radius less than __________

    times the diameter of the cable.

    ANSWER: April 17, 2004

    19. The RA 9292 is signed by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo in what date?

    ANSWER: 121.5 MHz

    20. What is the international distress frequency for aeronautical services

    21. In cellular systems, what is the average lead time for installing a new base system?

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    ANSWER: 6 months to 1 year

    ANSWER: 26 mm

    22. Conductors concealed in a knob or tube wiring, there must be a clearance NOT less than

    ____________ between the conductor and the surface which it passes over.

    ANSWER: P1V1=P2V2

    23. Boyles Law

    ANSWER: E

    24. In ITU emission designation, the third symbol refers to the type of information to be

    transmitted. What symbol is used for telephony?

    ANSWER: Dalton

    25. Who proposed the modern atomic theory?

    ANSWER: 450-470 MHz

    26. The frequency band reallocated by NTC for wireless broadband access for fixed,

    nomadic, and mobile network

    ANSWER: 1 year

    27. Broadcast station logs must be kept for NTC for ____________.

    ANSWER: 150 km

    28. Short haul communications refers to communications with a distance not less than

    ANSWER: 3

    29.A registered electronics engineer must be a member of an accredited professional

    organization within ________ years after the effectivity of RA 9292.

    ANSWER: 15 years

    30. The maximum term of contract of authority given to cable TV operators

    ANSWER: 40 mm

    31. In every drawing, there must be a standard title block which contains the project owner,

    title of the sheet, scale used, name and signature of the PEE. The width of the title block is

    _________

    ANSWER: 16

    32. In hospitals, the general lighting load required shall be __________ VA/m2

    ANSWER: 4%

    33. CMTS operators is encouraged to improve the grade of service by 1% every 2 years until

    it reaches ___________

    ANSWER: to reduce the use of oil and coal

    34. the best way of preventing the increase of CO concentration in the atmosphere is

    ANSWER: hypothesis

    35. The statement that has a possible solution is a

    ANSWER: 2%

    36. CMTS operators required by the NTC to improve their drop call rate by 1% every 2 years

    until the Drop Call Rate is __________.

    ANSWER: 107ergs

    37. the equivalent of 1 Joule is

    ANSWER: chlorine

    38. What substance is added to the filtrate to kill molds, microorganisms and bacteria?

    ANSWER: 50 kW

    39. In international AM broadcasting, signal maintain authorized power output is not less

    than

    ANSWER: P 100,000

    40. What is the Capitalization for MDPD (Mobile Phone Dealers Permit)?

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    ANSWER: 30 A

    1. Branch circuit current shall not exceed

    ANSWER: Foot candle Meter2.

    It is an instrument used to measure constant radiant flux- unit luminance.

    ANSWER: mirage

    3. The refraction of light in hot air bodies is called

    ANSWER: E.O. 467

    4. It was signed by President Fidel V. Ramos on March 1998 and it is the policy of operation

    of satellites.

    ANSWER: E.O. 196

    5. An Executive Order vesting jurisdiction and control of Philippine Satellite Communication

    in cooperation with NTC.

    ANSWER: 2006

    6. It is the year that analog broadcasting is going to phase out.

    ANSWER: 500

    7. The NTC requires mandatory installation of navigational satellite aids equipment particular

    NAVTEX receiver and EPIRB equipment to passenger and general cargo vessels engaged in

    coastwise trade with a gross tonnage of __________.

    ANSWER: September 30, 2002

    8. Mandatory date of compliance to NTC requirement by installing NAVTEX receiver by

    cargo and passenger vessels and ships engaged in coast wise trade is on before

    ANSWER: Carrying of TV programs for distribution

    9. NTC memorandum circular governing rules and regulations in CATV and PBS services

    generally prohibit ___________.

    ANSWER: 7

    10.As promulgated by the NTC, newly authorized CMTS operators may have a drop call rate

    of __ after 1 year of start of operations

    ANSWER: P 1 Million fine and 6 years imprisonment

    11. The maximum penalty for violating a provision of RA 9292 for any person is __________.

    ANSWER: Telecommunication Standardization Bureau

    12. The ITU body that provides secretarial support for the work of the ITU-T sector and

    services for the participants in the ITU-T work, diffuse information on international

    telecommunications worldwide, and establishes agreement with many international standards

    development organizations is the ____________.

    ANSWER: E.O. 59

    13. Provides the policy guideline for compulsory interconnection of authorized public

    telecommunications carrier?

    ANSWER: E.O. 205

    14. What law regulates the operation of cable antenna system in the Philippines?

    ANSWER: 5 Yrs.

    15. Under 9292, an Electronics Technician may apply registration without examination within

    __ after the effectively of the act.

    16. What is the unit of impulse?

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    ANSWER: N-s

    ANSWER: dyne-s/cm2

    17. What is the equivalent unit of "poise"?

    ANSWER: Volume will decreased

    18. What will happen to the volume in a system when the pressure is doubled and the

    temperature remains constant

    ANSWER: 148.6 MHz

    19. What is the international calling frequency for VHF radio telephony

    ANSWER: 14.0 mm2

    20. Bonding jumpers which connect communications cable grounding conductors and the

    grounding electrode of the building shall NOT be smaller than what size?

    ANSWER: 7

    21. Interlocked type armored cable or corrugated sheath cables shall have a bending radius

    of NOT less than __________ times the external diameter of the metallic sheath

    ANSWER: 2.5 KHz and 2.5 ppm

    22. The frequency stability of cellular mobile telephone transmitter authorized by NTC for use

    in the Philippines

    ANSWER: Aeration

    23. Oxidation of odor and taste can be removed by

    ANSWER: illumination

    24. The density of illumination flux on the surface

    ANSWER: 9:00 PM to 7:00 AM

    25. Broadcast/Push messaging shall not be sent between __________ except on paid

    subscription services

    ANSWER: De Broglie

    26. Who said the dualistic nature of light and extended it to electrons

    ANSWER: Huygen's Principle

    27.Any small element of space in the path of a wave may be considered as a source of

    secondary wavelength

    ANSWER: TESDA

    28. Electronic technician as defined by the MPSCP implementing guidelines should be a

    graduate of an electronic technician course and should have completed a formal training

    course in the repairs, servicing and maintenance of mobile phones conducted by mobile

    phone manufacturers and or training service center duly accredited by __________.

    ANSWER: Henri Becquerel

    29. Who discovered Radioactivity?

    30. What are the two elements of DDT and Freon?ANSWER: CI and F

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    ANSWER: Time consumin g

    1. What is the disadvantage of the participative style of leadership?

    ANSWER: Internal Enviro nm ent

    2.

    What type of environment refers to the organizational activities within a firm that surrounddecision making?

    ANSWER: B ayes Cri ter ion

    3. When the decision-maker is able to assign probabilities to the various events, the use of

    probabilistic decision rule called __________ become possible?

    ANSWER: Decision Making

    4. What is sometimes referred to as the heart of all the management functions?

    ANSWER: Delegat ion o f Autho ri ty

    5. When structuring an organization, the engineer manager must be concerned with the

    process of assigning various degrees of decision making authority to subordinates. This

    refers to __________.

    ANSWER: Qu ant i tat ive evaluat ion and Qu al i tat ive Evaluat ion

    6. What are the two different approaches in solving problems?

    ANSWER: Expectancy Theory

    7. To help the engineer manager motivate his peers, he may apply a motivation model based

    on the assumption that an individual will work depending on his perception of the probability of

    his expectations to happen, this theory is known as

    ANSWER: Legi t im ate Power

    8. In an organization or corporation, a person who occupies a higher position has what type

    of power over persons in lower positions?

    ANSWER: Free-rein Leadersh ip

    9. What style of leadership should the engineer manager use when his unit is manned by

    professionals?

    ANSWER: has inadequate con trol

    10. When there is an unexplained decline revenues and profits in the company, it is a sign

    that the engineer manager

    ANSWER: Feedback c ontro l

    11. What type of control measure is undertaken if the engineer manager gathered information

    about a completed activity and evaluation and steps for improvement are derived?

    ANSWER: extr insic or intr ins ic

    12. Motivating workers through rewards, the engineer manager must identify the rewards as

    either

    ANSWER: Herzbergs Two Factor Theory

    13. A satisfied employee is motivated from within to work harder and that dissatisfied

    employees is not self-motivated. This is the indication of the following theories?

    ANSWER: Apt i tu de test

    14. To determine a qualified applicant, the engineer manager will subject the applicant to

    psychological test. What type of psychological test is used to measure a persons capacity or

    potential ability to learn?

    15. What type of authority is usually given to most budget officer in an organization?

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    ANSWER: Funct ional Autho ri ty

    ANSWER: Func t ional Organizat ion

    16. Which organization structure is considered to be the most effective in smaller firms or

    single-business firms?

    ANSWER: Integ rity

    17. What is the keystone of professional conduct?

    ANSWER: Honesty, just ic e and co urtesy

    18. Forms a moral philosophy which constitutes the foundation of ethics.

    ANSWER: Informat ion and Commu nicat ions Technology

    19. The term ICT stands for ____________.

    ANSWER: 5

    20. The members of the board must be citizen and resident of the Philippines for at least

    _____ consecutive to his/ her appointment.

    ANSWER: 10

    21. Be in active practice of electronics profession for at least _____ consecutive years prior to

    his/her appointment.

    ANSWER: 8% of the cos t but n ot less than P6000

    22. Under percent method in computing professional fee. What is the minimum design fee,

    under Group II complexity of requirements?

    ANSWER: 6% of the cos t but n ot less than P3000

    23. Under percent method in computing professional fee. What is the minimum design fee,

    under Group III complexity of requirements?

    ANSWER: P1000

    24. Under unit cost method, professional minimum fee of ___________ detached power

    supplies of the system.

    ANSWER: 5

    25. The electronic designer will furnish how many sets of drawing specifications and other

    contract documents?

    ANSWER:25%

    26. For electronics design jobs, using cost plus reasonable profit method, the percentage the

    designer get from the client should not be less than __________ of the profit cost.

    ANSWER: shear

    27. When equal yet opposite forces is applied on an object in a different line of action, the

    object is said to be undergoing __________.

    ANSWER: sh ape

    28. What was changed in the object when it undergoes shear?

    ANSWER: dielectr ic streng th

    29. What physical property of a material refers to the highest potential difference (voltage)

    that an insulating material of given thickness can withstand for a specified time without

    occurrence of electrical breakdown through its bulk?

    ANSWER: hardn ess

    30. It is the mechanical property of a material that has a resistance to plastic deformation

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    ANSWER: m atter and energy

    `

    1. The universe is composed of two main parts:

    ANSWER: Einsteins Theory

    2. Matter can be converted to energy and vice versa. This is known as the __________.

    ANSWER: neutr in o

    3. What is the elementary particle that has no charge, has zero (or near-zero) rest mass and

    travels at the speed of light

    ANSWER: Baryon s

    4. What are heavy particles that conducts the proton and the neutron.

    ANSWER: Meson s

    5. What particles have rest masses ranging down to about 0.1 AMU?

    ANSWER: Lepton s

    6. What particles include the electron, the mu particle and the neutrino?

    ANSWER: Quantum

    7. What is the term used to describe the amount of energy that is given off when an electron

    moves from one orbit to a lower orbit?

    ANSWER: Posi tro n

    8. Which of the following is considered the first antimatter particle discovered?

    ANSWER: No two electrons can have the same set of values for the four quantum

    numbers

    9. According to the Pauli Exclusion Principle,

    ANSWER: Orbi tal Quantum Num ber

    10. What is an integer number which determines the angular momentum of the electron due

    to its orbital motions?

    ANSWER: Magnet ic Quantum Number

    11. What is an integer number which determines the component of the angular momentum of

    the electron along a specific direction?

    ANSWER: Spin Quantum Number

    12. What is the number which is used to describe the intrinsic spin angular momentum of the

    electron?

    ANSWER: Photo n

    13. What is emitted when an electron changes from a higher energy orbit to a lower energy

    orbit?

    ANSWER: Stationary

    14. The electron in a single electron atom exists in circular orbits called ___________ orbits.

    ANSWER: in the innermost orb i t

    15.A hydrogen atom is in the ground state when its electron is

    ANSWER: 1 AMU

    16. What is generally the accepted nominal mass of a proton

    ANSWER: Covalen t Bond ing

    17. The type of bonding refers to the sharing of electrons

    18. What is the combination of two or more materials that has properties that the components

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    ANSWER: Composi te

    materials do not have by themselves?

    ANSWER: The Valence Electro n

    19. What determines the ability of atoms to combine with other atoms

    ANSWER: Atom ic num ber

    20. What property of an element is determined by the number of protons in the nucleus?

    ANSWER: 1.672 x 10-28

    21. What is the mass (in grams) of an electron?

    ANSWER: 1.672 x 10-2422. What is the mass (in grams) of a proton?

    ANSWER: 1.675 x 10-2423. What is the mass (in grams) of a neutron?

    ANSWER: -1.602 x 10-1924. What is the charge of an electron?

    ANSWER: 1.602 x 10-1925. What is the charge of a proton?

    ANSWER: 10-15to 10-1626. What is the diameter of nucleus?

    ANSWER: 10-1427. What is the radius of an atom?

    ANSWER: proto n

    28. What is the particle that consists of two up quarks and one down quark?

    ANSWER: neutro n

    29. What is the particle that consists of two down quarks and one up quark?

    ANSWER: h/4

    30. It is the angular momentum of neutron, proton and electron

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    1. Dyne - 1gram-cm/s 2

    2. 5 years - in the Philippines, 3 years (minimum service), 6 years (maximum service)

    3.

    2G, 1 cell - 3000 to 20000 user

    ANSWER: Absolute index of Refraction

    4. It is the ratio of the speed of light to the speed in a medium.

    ANSWER: blackbody

    5. It is a perfect absorber of radiation and also an ideal radiator

    ANSWER: C6H12O6

    6. When metals react with non-metals, they form an ionic bind. Which is not an ionic bond?

    ANSWER: Virtual Image

    7. In a converging lens, ____________ is found between the lens and the principal focus.

    ANSWER: volts

    8. What is the MKS unit of potential difference?

    ANSWER: statvolt

    9. When is the electrostatic unit of charge?

    ANSWER: decrease

    10. When metals melt, the intermolecular forces will __________

    ANSWER: cohesion

    11. What refers to the attraction between like molecules?

    ANSWER: adhesion

    12. What refers to the attraction between unlike molecules?

    ANSWER: sublimation

    13. It is a direct change from solid to gaseous phase

    ANSWER: condensation

    14. It is a direct change from gaseous to liquid phase

    ANSWER: Condensation

    15. Which of the following refers to the change from gaseous to liquid phase?

    ANSWER: Boltzmanns Constant

    16. it is the ratio universal gas constant to Avogadros number

    ANSWER: Diffusion

    17.__________ arises when the molecules of gas or liquid move between the molecules of

    ANSWER: Iodine

    18. What do you call the bluish-black substance in which, when burned, it will produce purplefumes?

    ANSWER: Electrolysis

    19. What term refers to the passage of an electric current through an electrolyte caused by an

    external voltage source?

    ANSWER: Changing water to ice

    20. In which of the following is energy removal being applied?

    ANSWER: invisible

    21.Atom comes from the Greek word "atomos" which means

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    ANSWER: Democritus

    22. Who came up with the idea that matter can be divided into smaller particles

    ANSWER: representative element

    23. The group IA and VIIA are called

    ANSWER: thermal conductivity

    24. The quality of a materials of how well it conducts temperature

    ANSWER: cryogenics

    25. The branch of Physics which deals with the low temperature phenomena

    ANSWER: leaf electroscope

    26. The common device that is used to measure the

    ANSWER: First law of electrostatics

    27. Unlike charges attract, like charges repel is what law

    ANSWER: Oxygen

    28. What is the most abundant element on earth

    ANSWER: Brownian effect

    29. The movements of molecule due to bombardment of particles

    ANSWER: conduction

    30. The molecule to molecule transfer of heat or contact between bodies

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    ANSWER: Net of income ratio

    1. It is the ratio of net income to the owner's equity.

    ANSWER: Statvolt2.

    It is the electrostatic unit for potential difference.

    ANSWER: Candela per square meter

    3. It is the unit for luminance

    ANSWER: Alkali Metals

    4. They are the elements that react when it loses electron

    ANSWER: easier to conduct

    5. The less the valence electron, the __________.

    ANSWER: May 27, 2004

    6. Republic Act 9292 became effective in __________.

    ANSWER: 8

    7. In banks and office buildings, a unit load of ___________ Va per square meter shall be

    included for the general purpose receptacles outlet when the actual number of outlet is known

    ANSWER: Galvanic Cell

    8. What device produces electrical current by way of an oxidation-reduction (redox) reaction?

    ANSWER: Oxidants

    9. Most of the pollutants consists of

    ANSWER: Catalyst

    10. Makes changes on the rate of chemical reaction

    ANSWER: 4000

    11. What is the maximum fine under R.A. 3846 or Radio Laws of the Philippines

    ANSWER: 16

    12. In hospitals, the general lighting load required shall be __________ VA/m2

    ANSWER: 144 kbps

    13. The speed for 3G when moving on a vehicle or at high speed.

    ANSWER: 2%

    14. CMTS operators required by the NTC to improve their drop call rate by 1% every 2 years

    until the Drop Call Rate is __________.

    ANSWER: E.O. 467

    15.An order signed by former President Fidel Ramos last March 1998 providing the national

    policy in the operation and use of international satellite communications in the Philippines

    ANSWER: Automated teller machine (ATM)16. Which of the following is not govern by CITT and NTC?

    ANSWER: P.D. 1986

    17. The Law which created the MTRCB

    ANSWER: Radio Act of 1910

    18. The First Law in the Philippines for Radio Communications

    19. Roentgen Equivalent Man / Roentgen Equivalent Biological (rems / rebs) is the unit for

    rbe (Relative Biological Effectiveness)

    ANSWER: Rutherford

    20. Who discovered Proton?

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    ANSWER: 56

    21. A special zone of a TV broadcast station refers to an area extending __________

    kilometers from a reference point to a community where the station is authorized.

    ANSWER: 125

    22. The rating of the branch circuit serving the community, continuous load should not

    exceed __________ percent of the continuous load.

    ANSWER: 1000

    23. In the first generation (1G) analog cellular system, the cell site of 50 radio stations can

    serve about __________ customers

    ANSWER: P 300,000,000

    24.All applicants for the assignment of 3G radio frequency bands shall post performance

    band equivalent to how much?

    ANSWER: V.90

    25. Which one defines the 56 Kbps digital transmission of telephone lines?

    ANSWER: the number signifies the nature of signals modulating the main carrier

    26. The 2nd symbol in the designation of radio emission under the ITU rule, is

    ANSWER: CCITT G.151

    27. Which standard recommends crosstalk limits?

    ANSWER: RA 3846

    28. the law governing the regulation of radio communications in the Philippines

    ANSWER: it is zero about all other points

    29. If the sum of the torques of an object in equilibrium is zero about a certain point,

    30. The concentration of particulate is commonly expressed in __________ANSWER: ppm

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    Acids will turn litmus paper to what color?Red

    The electrolyte is a solution ofwaterand _________Sulfuric acid

    Which of the following refers to a measure of the quantity of an element or compound?Mole

    When the charge of an atom becomes unbalanced, the charged atom is called _______an ion

    Which of the following type of reactions in which bonds within a compound are disrupted by heator other energy to produce simpler compounds or elements?Decomposition oranalysis

    What do you call the elements in the first two groups in the periodic table?Light metals

    It is the number of protons in the nucleus of an atomAtomic number

    What do you call the electrons in the last orbit or shell of an atom?External electrons

    What is the smallest part of matter?Particle

    Which of the following groups in the periodic table the most strongly electronegative elements?Group VIA

    Adding more solute to an already saturated solution will cause the excess solute to settle to thebottom of the container. What is this process called?Precipitation

    Reactions generally proceed faster at high temperatures because which of the following?The molecules collide more frequently and the activation energy is less.

    Which component of an atom has no electric charge?Neutron

    What is the maximum number of electrons that can be accommodated in the valenceshell of anatom?8

    Which of the following refers to the measure of the amount of negative ions in the water?Alkalinity

    How are metals containing atoms with less than fourvalence electrons classified?a conductor

    Sublimation is a direct change fromsolid to gaseous phase

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    What term refers to the attraction between like molecules?Cohesion

    Halogens fall under what group in the periodic table?Group VIIA

    What do you call the bonding that occurs in inert gases and other elements with full shells,primarily due to attraction between dipole structures?

    Van der Waals

    What refers to the negatively charged component of an atom?Electron

    During a complete or partial neutralization of acids, what is the ionic compound formed?Salt

    What type of bond results in form the sharing of electrons by two atoms?Covalent bond

    Which of the following elements and compounds is unstable in its pure form?Sodium (Na)

    What do you call materials that do not conduct electric current?Insulator

    The opposite of alkali:Acid

    The amount of electricity a battery can produce is controlled bythe strength of the acid

    Which one refers to the number of gram-moles of solute per liter of solution?Molarity

    If an atom contains more than four valence electrons, the material is classified as _______Insulator

    Applying a greater pressure causes pure solvent to leave the solution. What is the name of thisprocess?Reverse osmosis

    What type ofbonding occurs in metals when metal atoms lose electrons and he metallic ionsare attracted to a sea of delocalized electrons?Metallic bonding

    Which of the following elements is NOT radioactive?

    Cobalt

    Which of the following refers to nucleic acid that stores genetic information?DNA

    During chemical reactions, bonds between atoms are broken and new bonds are usuallyformed. What do you call the starting substance?Reactants

    What do you call solutions having the same osmotic pressure?Isotonic solutions

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    What is the term used to describe hydrocarbons containing single covalent bonds betweencarbon atoms?Alkanes

    Which of the following will occur if a substance is oxidized?it loses electrons

    Another name for dielectric?Insulator

    Which of the following refers to the change from gaseous to liquid phase?Condensation

    One of the following statements is wrong. Which one?The mass of an electron is heavier than that of a proton

    A deuteron isa nucleus containing a neutron and a proton

    Which one is the positively charged ion?Cation

    What do you call a substance that dissociates in solutions to produce positive and negative

    ions?Electrolyte

    What refers to the number of gram equivalent weights of solute per liter of solution?Normality

    Which of the following has the characteristics of both metals and non-metals?Metalloids

    What term is regularly used to refer to a negatively charged ion?Anion

    What type of reaction has two compounds as reactants and two compounds as products?Double displacement

    How much is the pH content of a baseBetween 7 and 14

    During chemical reactions, bonds between atoms are broken and new bonds are usuallyformed. The ending substance is called ________Products

    What type of reaction has one element and one compound as reactants?Single displacement

    Which is not a state of matter?Dew

    Diamond isa pure carbon

    When different phases (solid, liquid or solid and gas) are present in a heterogeneous mixture,the method of separation used is ________Filtration

    What is the conversion of liquid into gaseous state?Evaporation

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    What refers to the property of the substance which changes when the amount of the substancechanges?Extensive property

    If a property of a substance does not change when the amount of the substance changes, it isa/an __________ property.Intensive

    Mixtures can be classified as:heterogeneous and homogeneous

    The properties of solids depend on both:their chemical composition and their structure

    All gaseous mixtures arehomogeneous

    Elements are composed of how many types of atoms?4

    The mass of proton is approximately how many atomic mass unit (amu)?

    1

    What is the neutral atom?an atom with electrons the same number as protons

    What type of bonding in which electrostatic attraction is predominant?ionic bonding

    What term refers to the passage of an electric current through an electrolyte caused by anexternal voltage source?Electrolysis

    When all of the atoms of a molecule are the same, the substance is calleda compound

    What is formed when acids will react with active metals?Hydrogen

    How much is the pH content of an acid?Between 0 and 7

    What is a substance that speeds up a chemical reaction without itself undergoing a chemicalchange?Catalyst

    The condition of a liquid electrolyte is measured in terms of itsSpecific gravity

    Which is NOT a part of an atom?Ion

    How does all B families and group VIII in the periodic table named?Transition metals

    The device which measures the acid content of the cell is called ________Hydrometer

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    The vertical columns in the periodic table are calledGroups

    An atom that loses some of its electron or accepts extra electrons from another is calledIon

    In a copper atom, the valence ring contains:One electron

    In which of the following is energy removal being applied?Changing water to ice

    Which of the following is added to the drinking water distributions system for disinfection?Chlorine

    What do you call a substance that cannot be decomposed any further by a chemical reaction?Element

    Which of the following is the strongest type of bonds?Covalent

    What do you call hydrocarbons containing carbon to carbon double bonds?

    Alkenes

    The air we breathe is an example ofa mixture

    What is the atomic number of helium?2

    Element with the least atomic number isHydrogen

    What is the symbol of silver?

    Ag

    P is the symbol of what element?Phosphorous

    The atomic number of Germanium is32

    An idea put forth for testing is calledhypothesis

    How many elements are there all in all?112

    Which of the following are found in the nucleus of an atom?Protons and neutrons

    What element is known as the lightest metal?Lithium

    Bases will turn litmus paper to what color?Blue

    Which of the following is the atomic number of silicon?14

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    At the same pressure and temperature, equal volumes of all gases contain equal number ofmolecules. This is known asAvogadros Law

    Which of the following refers to the number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus of an atom?Atomic weight

    What is the smallest subdivision of an element or compound that can exist in a neutral state?

    Molecule

    The formula for Dinitrogen Pentoxide isN2O5

    The elements if Group 0 in the periodic table are called _________Noble gases

    The smallest whole unit of an element?Atom

    Which of the following groups in the periodic table the most weakly electronegative elements?Group IA

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    Electron was discovered byA.J.J. Thompson

    The isotopes of an element differ in the number ofNeutrons

    Atoms or ions which have the same electronic configurationIsoelectronic

    Which group in the periodic table is known as the alkali metals.Group 1

    Which group in the periodic table is known as the halogens.Group 7

    Which group in the periodic table is known as the alkaline earth metals.

    Group 2

    Which group in the periodic table is known as the noble gases.Group 8

    The components resulting from a reaction is calledProducts

    What kind of chemical bond will form in a binary compound where the elctronegativity differencebetween atoms is less than 1.5Covalent bondCompounds which only contain carbon and hydrogen are called

    Hydrocarbon

    Which of the following designation means that the amount of solute is expressed in physicalmass units, i.e. grams and the amount of solution is expressed in volume units, i.e. millilitersw/v

    What kind of chemical bond will form in a binary compound where the elctronegativity differencebetween atoms is greater than 2.0Ionic bond

    The isotope of hydrogenProtium, Tritium, Deuterium

    The isotope of hydrogen with only one neutronTritium

    The atoms having different atomic number but the same mass number are calledIsobars

    What kind of chemical bond will form in binary compounds where the electronegativitydifference between atoms is less than 1.5?Covalent bond

    The element which has a mass of about 9 amu is beryllium (Be), atomic number 4. What is thecharge on the Be atom?

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    Neutral

    The mass of an alpha particle is how many times more than that of an electron7300

    Atoms with the same number of protons but different number of neutrons are calledIsotopes

    The forces that hold atoms together are called

    Chemical bond

    An atom or group of atoms that has a net positive or negative charge is calledIon

    A positive ion is calledCation

    A negative ion is calledAnion

    The force of attraction between oppositely charged ions is calledIonic bonding

    The horizontal arrangement of elements of increasing atomic number in a periodic table iscalledPeriod

    The vertical arrangement of elements of in a periodic table is calledGroup

    If the number of gas molecule is doubled in a certain volume of gas, the pressureIs doubled

    A symbolic representation to emphasize the valence shell of an atom is called

    Electron dot diagram

    For which elements does the number of electrons in their outer or valence shelll correspond totheir group numberRepresentative or main group

    What is the maximum number of electrons that can fit in a p orbital5

    The property of liquid which describes their resistance to flow is calledViscosity

    The anions and cations which are unaffected by the reaction in solution are called

    Spectator ions

    A reaction in which heat is produced is calledExothermic

    The atoms having different mass number but the same number of neutrons are calledIsotonesRutherford model of an atom failed to explainThe position of proton and neutrons

    The concept that electrons revolve around the nucleus in specific paths called orbits or energylevels was proposed by

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    Niels Bohr

    The number of atoms present in 6.023 x 10^23 12 grams of carbon-12 is calledAvogadros constant

    An instrument that separates particles of different isotopic composition and measure theirindividual relative masses.Mass spectrometer

    These are compounds containing water molecules loosely bound to the other components.Hydrates

    If a more active element replaces a less active one in a compound, the reaction is:Replacement reactions

    If a single reactant is transformed by heat or electricity into two or more products, the type ofreaction is:Decomposition

    The numerical value for standard pressure of any gas is:760 mm Hg

    Any process of extracting the metal in a fused state is calledSmelting

    Which of the following does not change with change in temperature?Mass

    A device used to measure density.Hydrometer

    The statement mass is neither created nor destroyed in a chemical reaction is known as:The law of conservation of mass

    What kind of chemical bond will form in binary compounds where the electronegativitydifference between atoms is greater than 2.0Ionic bond

    A reaction in which heat is absorbed is calledEndothermic

    In redox reaction, the component supplying the electrons is called theReductant

    In redox reaction, the component receiving the electrons is called theOxidant

    A covalent bond formed by the combination of collinear p orbitals is also called aSigma bond

    The central part of an atom is calledNucleus

    The mass of a proton is about how many times that of an electron1837

    The particles in the nucleus, namely the neutrons and the protons are collectively referred to asNucleons

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    The number of orbiting electron is normally _____ the number of the protons in the nucleus ofan atomEqual

    The chemical formula which shows the relative number of atoms of all the elements present in acompound is called theEmpirical formula

    The chemical formula which shows the exact number of atoms of all the elements present in a

    compound is called theMolecular formula

    When an atom loses an electron it formsCation

    When an atom gains an electron it formsAnionThe maximum number of electrons that the first energy level can accommodate is2

    The X-rays are discovered byW.C. Roentgen

    Refers to atoms or ions, which have the same electronic configuration.Isoelectronic

    Which group of the periodic table is known as the akali metals?Group I

    Which group is known as the halogens?Group VII

    The horizontal arrangement of elements increasing atomic number in a periodic table is called:Period

    The number of protons in the nucleus of an atom is calledAtomic number

    The measure of the resistance of an object to a change in its state of motion is calledInertia

    Refers to agreement of a particular value with the true valuePrecision

    Refers to the degree of agreement among several measurements of the same quantityAccuracy

    A property of matter often used by chemist as an identification number for a substanceDensity

    Protons and neutrons can be broken down further into elementary particles calledQuarks

    The principle of constant composition of compound, originally called Prousts Law is nowknown asLaw of definite proportion

    The mass that enters into a chemical reaction remains the unchanged as a result of thereaction. In precise form: mass is neither created nor destroyed. This is known as:

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    The law of conservation of mass

    When the same elements can form two different compounds, the ratio of masses of one of theelements in the two compounds is a small whole number relative to a given mass of the otherelements. This is known as:The law of multiple proportion

    The ratio of the density of the test liquid to the density of the reference liquid is calledSpecific gravity

    How many electrons are there in a covalent bond?2SI unit of temperatureKelvin

    The elements that a compound is composed of is present in fixed and precise proportion bymass. This is known asLaw of constant composition

    The mass to the nearest atomic-mass unit of an atom which contains 9 protons and 10neutrons19 amu

    The net electric charge of any atom is0

    The tendency of atoms to attract electrons into their valence shells to form anions is describedby the concept ofElectron affinity

    The tendency of atoms to attract electrons shared in a covalent bond is calledElectronegativity

    A covalent bond between atoms of identical electronegativity is called

    Nonpolar

    A formula which describes only the number of each element in the molecule is called theMolecular formula

    The formula which shows how atoms are joined together is called theStructural formula

    The pairs of electrons not shared in the covalent bond are calledNonbonded electrons or lone pair

    The word atom comes from the Greek word atomos meaningCannot be cut

    Under normal state an atom is said to beElectrically neutral

    The word electron comes from the Greek word elektron meaningAmber

    The word proton comes from the Greek word proteios meaningOf first importance

    A solid which has no crystalline structure is calledAmorphous

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    A chemical substance which readily evaporates and readily diffuses at ordinary roomtemperature and pressure conditions is calledVolatile

    Which of the following falls under fluidsBoth liquid and gas

    The gases that rarely take part in a chemical reaction are called

    Noble gases

    Which type of ions, metals form when enter into a chemical reactionPositive ions

    The chemical name for baking sodaSodium bicarbonate

    The subatomic particle with a negative charge and mass of 9.1 x 10^ -31 kg isElectron

    The subatomic particle with a positive charge of mass 1.6 x 10 -27 kg isProton

    Neutron was discovered byChadwick

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    Mechanical energy of pressure transferred into energy of heatAns. enthalpy

    For a common microscope the image formed by the eyepiece isAns. inverted

    Added to nucleus of an atom without changing its chemical propertiesAns. alpha particle

    Ester of glycerol with unsaturated fatty acidsAns. oils

    Energy of an electron is assumed to be zero whenAns. it is far away from the nucleus

    Chief ore of zinc

    Ans. Sphalerite

    Punitive damageAns. Exemplary damage

    Functional depreciationAns. obsolescence

    Maritime communication lawAns. R.A. 3396

    Brightness of light source

    Ans. luminous intensity

    Heated metal(hot bodies)Ans. Edison effect

    Producer gas is a mixture of nitrogenAns. carbon monoxide

    1BTUAns. 1054 Joules

    ParamagneticAns. Chromium

    How an element is connected to otherAns. Structural formula

    Arrangement of atoms in a moleculeAns. affects the reactivity of molecules

    False statementAns. convex mirror can be used as main objective in a reflecting telescope

    Average decay timeAns. mean life

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    Weightless environment, attach a ball to a spring and spin, the acceleration vector of the ballisAns. always point inward towards you

    Change a sample of solid to liquidAns. heat of fusion

    Failure to regain its original size and shape

    Ans. elastic lag

    Reciprocal of bulk modulusAns. compressibility

    Period driving forceAns. resonance

    Willingness of an atom to receive electronsAns. electron affinity

    Temperature below the saturation temperature corresponding to its pressureAns. subcooled liquid

    Venturimeter measures ___ of waterAns. velocity

    Temperature where Joule Thomson effect is zeroAns. inversion

    Unit of moment of inertiaAns. kg-m2

    Copper alloy used as collectors for electric generatorAns. Tin bronze

    Solution of weak acid and its conjugate base, or weak base and its conjugate acidAns. buffer

    System remains infinitesimally closed to an equilibrium at all timesAns. quasi-equilibrium

    Hydrocarbon contain one or more double bondsAns. alkene

    Process of making hydrocarbon gasAns. Bosch

    Factor of safetyAns. yielding stress over working stress

    Propagate same speed as lightAns. heat wave

    Ratio of market price per share to earnings per shareAns. price-earnings ratio

    Degrees F equals degrees CAns. -40

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    Unit of ionization radiationAns. Becquerel

    Water is electrolyzedAns. hydrogen and oxygen atoms are separated from each other.

    Black lightAns. UV radiation

    RetentivityAns. permanent magnet

    Mass of atomic particlesAns. mass spectrograph

    3G bondAns. 300M

    RefrigerantAns. Dimethyl ether

    Amount of energy to fracture a given volume of material

    Ans. Impact strength

    Theory of light emitted in discrete amountAns. Quantum theory

    Cast iron hard and wear resistanceAns. white iron

    Heat engine cant transfer heatAn. 2nd law of thermodynamics

    Reflected sound waves return

    Ans. echo

    Irregular succession of compression and rarefactionAns. unpitched sound

    Luminance of clear skyAns. 3200

    Blackbody radiation emitted at freezing platinumAns. candle

    Result of atmospheric refractionAns. mirage

    Absorbs radiant energy and re emits it in wavelengthsAns. fluorescence

    Design to detect radiation emanating from radioactive sourceAns. Quartz-fiber electroscope

    Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)Ans. vegetable protein

    KwashiorkorAns. lack of protein

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    DownerAns. seconal

    Decay of a neutron to a protonAns. beta particle

    Known concentrationAns. standard solution

    A pressure measuring device to register the pressure at all timesAns. mercury manometer

    Work done is zero.Ans. isometric

    Drink salt waterAns. cell shrink

    SpeakerAns. 5 CU

    DoctoralAns. 45 CU

    Gas is produce by the action of sunlight on automobile exhaustAns. ozone

    Middle management levelAns. intermediate planning

    Process identifying and choosing alternative courses of action in a manner appropriate to thedemands of the situationAns. decision-making

    Documents that shows proof of legal ownership of a financial securityAns. Coupon

    Color that bends the leastAns. red

    Series of closets connected by slots or short conduit sleeves between floors or open shaft ofthe buildingAns. riser shaft

    Upon dissociation in water, acid yields hydrogen ions while gases yields hydroxide ionsAns. Arrhenius theory

    Friendliest metalAns. Iron

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    Carnot engine when reversed becomesRefrigerator

    Highest average translational kinetic energy account to which state of matterGas

    Aluminum is the lightest among the following metals exceptMagnesium

    Alpha particle test charge+2

    Strength and machinabilityNormalizing

    Middle C

    256Hz

    Radioactive source activityBecquerel

    The frequency of Middle C256Hz

    Which of the following noble gases is most abundant on earth?Argon

    Given mass 1=mass 2=132 lb, distance=1 meter, calculate gravitational force.

    2.4 x 10^-7 N

    Which of the following is the difference between ground state and excited state of an atom?Electron configuration

    Helmholtz free energy is the internal energy of the system ____Minus the product of entropy and temperature

    The escape velocity on earth is 11,200 m/s. What is the escape velocity to the moon?2,400

    The material known as austenite is transformed into bainite when subjected to ___ process.Rapid cooling

    Newly SROP provided that devices ___ output powerShall not exceed 25 watts

    What is the value of resistivity of aluminum in ohm-m?2.7 x 10^-8

    As stated under D.O.88 for AM broadcasting station, operation sation must be under thesupervision of registered ECE if the carrier power exceeds ___1kW

    What is the unit charge of alpha particle?

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    +2

    Sound interference is required in order to attain the phenomenon known asBeats

    Aside from platinum, gold, and silver, which is considered as a noble metal?Iridium

    What is the velocity of a 100g ball on a 5cm string moving in horizontal circle that requires

    centripetal force of 1.0N?2.2m/s

    What is the coefficient unit of viscosity?Poise

    What is the main characteristic of super__ whose major application are jet engines and gasturbines?Heat resistant

    Which ferromagnetic is BCC crystal structure?Iron

    What is the force of gravitational attraction between two 132-lb student who are standing 1mapart?2.4 x 10^-7 N

    Which of the following would be different in ground state and excited state upon atom?The electron configuration

    Another aspect of pressure and human body is blood pressure. 20/20 vision is ideal120/80,what is the unit?mmHg

    What is the amount of time of activity may delayed without changing the succeeding activity?

    Slack

    One Dalton is equivalent to how many MeV?931

    In alloy nickel is replaced by ___ to produce superinvar alloy.Cobalt

    Chart compare planned schedule information to actual.Tracking Gantt Chart

    PRC Modernization Act8981

    Type of brass with 85% copperRed brass

    What is the ratio of working temperature to the temperature of melting point?Homologous temperature

    Type of management that spend most of the time outsideManagement by wandering

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    Employee's perception on the probability that he or she gets what he/she expectsExpectancy Theory

    The type of leadership appropriate when manning professionalsfree rein leadership

    "A satisified employee is motivated from within and a dissatisified employee is not motivated"Herzberg's Two-factor theory

    The kind of authority usually given to budgets officers in the organizationfunctional authority

    The type of organization for small firmsfunctional organization

    The process that focuses on how subunits can use allocated resourcesintermediate planning

    The type of reward that includes money, promotion..extrinsic reward

    types of rewardsextrinsic or intrinsic

    The type of power in the people of higher position towards those in the lower position in theorganizational heirarchylegitimate power

    Measure the ability to learnaptitude test

    The type of control when the engineer manager collects data on a completed task, andevaluation,comments, and suggestions on how to improve the taskfeedback control

    Temperature unchanged, The pressure of an ideal gas is inversely proportional to its volumeboyle's law

    460 degrees Fahrenheit-The rankine value that refers to the absolute temperature

    The average kinetic energy of a gas is directly proportional to itsabsolute temperature

    according to the modern view of the atomic modelelectron cloud..

    the quantum number that refers to the spin of the electronspin quantum number

    permeability is slightly greater than 1aluminum

    Used in DNA making?zinc

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    Used to make galvanized ironzinc

    most common metal mixed with copperzinc

    the first law of thermodynamics is also calledlaw of conservation of energy

    states that the amount of heat that is converted into heat is dependent on the temperaturewhere it takes placesecond law of thermodynamics

    the process in which a highly energetic particle transfers energy to an adjacent less energeticparticleconduction

    emission of electromagnetic waves or photonsradiation

    a device that transfers heat between fluids without mixing the two

    heat exchanger

    Ideal Gas Constant8.314 kJ per kmol-K

    Series of changes or processes in the system that repeatsCYCLE

    At standard temperature and pressure, the volume of 1 mol isSAME FOR ALL PERFECT GASSES.

    Reluctance of an object to change its state of rest or its uniform motion

    INERTIA

    1 slug14.6 kg.

    1 lb4.45 Newtons

    The law of reaction - "For every force that acts on one body, there is a second force equal inmagnitude but opposite in direction that acts upon another body."Third law of Motion

    The law of acceleration - " Whenever a net resultant force acts on a body, it produces an

    acceleration in the direction of the resultant force that is directly proportional to the resultantfoce and inversely propoportional to the mass of the body."Second law of Motion

    The law of inertia - "There is no change in the motion of the body unless an unbalanced externalforce is acting upon it."First law of Motion

    pHPositive Hydrogen ion

    pH 1 to 6

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    Acid

    Mass of electrons in grams9.107 times 10 to the -28

    Mass of protons in grams1.672 times 10 to the -24

    Mass of neutron in grams

    1.675 times 10 to the -24

    Charge of electron negative1.602 times 10 to the -19

    charge of proton1.602 times 10 to the -19

    Charge of neutron0

    The mass of the neutron is approximately 1,839 times greater than electrons1839

    The mass of the proton is approximately 1,836 times greater than electrons1836

    Top 3 conductorSilver, Copper, Gold

    least conductornichrome

    atomsbuilding blocks of engineering materials

    Aluminummost abundant metal in earth

    Ductilityratio of ultimate shear to yielding stress

    period thetime taken by a body in uniform motion to travel an orbit

    760 torr equal to1 ATM

    Charle's LawConstant Pressure, Variable Temperature and Volume

    Twice amplitudetwice maximum velocity

    R.A. 8792Philippine Electronic Commerce Act or E-Commerce Act

    each orbital has 1 electron placed in it before pairing of electron in orbitals occursHunds' Rule

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    angular speed (momentum)Spin Quantum #

    resistance(internal friction) of fluids to flowviscosity

    S.I. unit of pressure Newton per square meterPascal

    losses due to friction in oscillationdamped oscillator

    cohesive attraction that causes liquid to minimize its surface areasurface tension

    Maximum stress before permanent deformationelastic limit

    also known as modulus of rigidityshear modulus

    thermodynamic properties

    volume, pressure, temperature

    defined as mass per unit volume. Independent of size and shapedensity

    another term for specific gravityweight density

    ability of metal to be permanently deformedductility

    elastic modulus applicable to liquids

    bulk modulus

    Combine two small elementsfussion

    Larger element divided into 2 smaller elementsFission

    object subjected to equal and opposite forces on different lines of direction is said to be undershear stress

    unit of mechanical shearjoule

    conduction bandwhere free electrons move

    gives off a yellow green appearanceChlorine

    Gives off blue-black-violet colorIodine

    young's modulus is also known asmodulus of elasticity

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    stress at which a material begins to plastically deformyield strength

    irregularity within a crystal structureDislocation

    most common defect of crystalLine defect

    What is the S I unit of momentum kg. meter per sec.Kg-m / s

    What is the S I unit of impulse Newton - sec.N-s

    total momentum of a closed system is constantConservation of linear momentum

    number of cycles as a result of timeperiod

    A common copper alloyZinc

    a solution that is a liquid conductorelectrolyte

    determines the acidity or basePH measurement

    what is PH 7neutral

    delegation of authorityassigning of different degrees of authority

    Vander Waals bondingConnection between crystal atoms / forms eight pairs of electrons when bonded

    Covalent bondingaggregate less when near each other than when separated from one another

    metallic bondinginteraction of ionic lattice and electron gas

    electrostatic

    bonding bonding between positive and negative charges

    atomic numberelement identity

    spin quantumdirection

    Elementa pure substance that cannot be broken down by chemical means to a simpler substance.

    Valence Electrons

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    determines the ability of atoms to combine with other atoms.

    Nitrogen GroupV - A

    Electronics Engineer appearnce fee per hour500

    Electronics engineer retainer's fee

    1500

    maximum allowable exposure to radiation from an electronic equipment must not exceed to,100 ms

    keys