# Mole (unit): Quiz

Question 1: There are many physical relationships between amount of substance and other physical quantities, most notably the ________ (where the relationship was first demonstrated in 1857).
Ideal gas lawVan der Waals equationStatistical mechanicsEntropy

Question 2: He was also the first chemist to use ________ as the standard to which other weights were referred.
HydrogenOxygenNitrogenHelium

Question 3: Oxygen is a useful standard, as, unlike hydrogen, it forms compounds with most other elements, especially ________.
NonmetalNoble gasHalogenMetal

Question 4: The first table of atomic weights was published by ________ (1766–1844) in 1805, based on a system in which the atomic weight of hydrogen was defined as 1.
Marie CurieJohn DaltonAtomic theorySir George Stokes, 1st Baronet

Question 5: Other methods include the use of the molar volume or the measurement of ________.
Electric currentMagnetic fieldElectric chargeElectromagnetism

Question 6: The most common method of measuring an amount of substance is to measure its ________ and then to divide by the molar mass of the substance.
ForceClassical mechanicsGeneral relativityMass

Question 7: The mole (symbol mol) is the ________[1] of amount of substance; one of a few units used to measure this physical quantity.
Planck constantMetreSI base unitKilogram

Question 8: Since its adoption into the ________, there have been a number of criticisms of the concept of the mole being a unit like the metre or the second.
Systems of measurementInternational System of UnitsMetric systemConversion of units

Question 9: amount of substance is not a true ________ (or dimension), and is redundant to mass, so should not have its own base unit;
Specific heat capacityForcePhysical quantityFundamental unit

Question 10: That is to say, a substance's atomic or molecular mass in ________ is the same as its molar mass in grams.