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  • 3 Pages Rec 5
    Rec 5

    School: Colorado

    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    CHEM 1251 Recitation Materials W e ek 6 Equilibrium: Introduction and Applications Part I: Visualizing equilibriummolecular pictures and graphs 1. The molecular-level picture below represents a gas-phase reaction. A Time B C D E What would you expec t box

  • 2 Pages TutorialCH4&5
    TutorialCH4&5

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    CHEM 1111 Tutorial (CH 4 & 5) Spring 2007 February 12-16 Recitations Topics for review Recognizing and using solubility rules, predicting products in chemical reactions, writing molecular, total ionic and net ionic equations and identifying spectator

  • 3 Pages TutorialCH3&4
    TutorialCH3&4

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    CHEM 1111 Tutorial (CH 3 & 4) Spring 2007 February 5-9 Recitations Topics for review Recognizing and using the mole concept and balanced equations in stoichiometric calculations, limiting & excess reactants, percent yield, molarity, dilution, prepara

  • 2 Pages TutorialCH2&3[1]
    TutorialCH2&3[1]

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    CHEM 1111 Tutorial (CH 2 & 3) Spring 2007 January 29-February 2 Recitations Topics for review Recognizing ionic and covalent compounds, writing correct formulas and naming compounds, the mole concept, grams to moles, moles to grams, mole ratios, empi

  • 2 Pages TutorialCH1&2
    TutorialCH1&2

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    CHEM 1111 Tutorial (CH 1 & 2) Spring 2007 January 22-26 Recitations Topics for review Dimensional analysis, significant figures, density calculations, temperature conversions, properties of cathode rays, results of Milliken's oil drop experiment, Rut

  • 1 Page T_A__List_Sp07
    T_A__List_Sp07

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    Chemistry 1111 T.A. List Spring 2007 T. A. Chris Adams Danny Bell Celina Cahalane Pablo Ceres Laura Griffin Jamie Phelps Jessica Rouge Cristina Sandoval Wenlong Tian Quan Yuan E-Mail Address christopher.adams@col orado.edu dbell@colorado.edu cahalan

  • 1 Page Section_Grid_Sp07
    Section_Grid_Sp07

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    (AS OF 1/19/07) Max.# sect. 8 Spring 2007 Thursday morning 1111 L161 (8:00 - 11:50) Chris Adams 1111 L162 (8:00 - 11:50) Celina Cahalane Room M127 (1111) Monday afternoon 1111 L111 (1:00 - 4:50) Laura Griffin 1111 L112 (1:00 - 4:50) Jessica Rouge

  • 1 Page Posted_Helproom_Schedule_Spring_07
    Posted_Helproom_Schedule_Spring_07

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    CHEM 1111 HELP ROOM SCHEDULE* 9:00 - 10:00 10:00 - 11:00 11:00 - 12:00 12:00 - 1:00 1:00 - 2:00 Dr. Wise's Office Hour 2:00 - 3:00 Spring 2007 8:00 - 9:00 3:00 - 4:00 Monday Wenlong Cristina Chris Tuesday Jamie Danny Jessica Wednesday D

  • 2 Pages MathReview_Sp07
    MathReview_Sp07

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    CHEM 1111 Math & Chemistry Review Spring 2007 January 16 19 Recitations Topics for review: 1. Exponents and scientific notation 2. Prefixes in Metric System and application to problem solving 3. Significant figures in calculations and using non-prog

  • 1 Page Make-up_Lab_Schedule_Sp07
    Make-up_Lab_Schedule_Sp07

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    Chemistry 1111 Spring 2007 Make-Up Lab Schedule Date Friday, February 9 Friday, February 16 Friday, February 23 Friday, March 2 Friday, March 9 Friday, March 16 Labs 1 1&2 2&3 3&4 4&5 5&6 TA(s) Laura Griffin Laura Griffin Pablo Ceres Quan Yuan Pablo

  • 6 Pages MEW Chem 1111 summer Test 3
    MEW Chem 1111 Summer Test 3

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    Chemistry 1111 Third hour exam 1. Consider atoms with the following electron configurations: I. 1s22s22p6 II. 1s22s22p63s1 III. 1s22s22p63s2 IV. 1s22s22p63s23p1 Which atom has the largest first ionization energy? a. b. c. d. I II III IV 2. Rank th

  • 2 Pages CHEM 1111notes
    CHEM 1111notes

    School: Colorado

    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    10/6/2008 Chapter 6 Notes Standard States: 1) Gases at 1 atm pressure 2) Aqueous solutions are at 1M concentration 3) Pure substances are in their most stable form at 1 atm and the temperature of interest (usually 25 Celsius) Water's standard state i

  • 2 Pages Chapter 6 Notes
    Chapter 6 Notes

    School: Colorado

    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    10/1/08 CT#2: For a given reaction, H<0. Which of the following is correct? A) Heat is a reactant B) The products are less stable than the reactants C) The reaction is endothermic D) The products have lower enthalpy than the reactants Calorimetry:

  • 4 Pages Rec2 Representations Atoms Isotopes
    Rec2 Representations Atoms Isotopes

    School: Colorado

    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    CHEM 1251 Recitation Materials W eek 2 Representing Matter and Nuclear Model of the Atom Part I: Molecular/Atomic Representations of Matter Adapted from University of New Hampshire PLTL Mate rials Library (Bauer, Rickert, Langdon) A B C D E F G H In each

  • 3 Pages Rec1 Measurement
    Rec1 Measurement

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    CHEM 1251 Recitation Materials W eek 1 Measurement and Math Review Name _ Part ners _ Meas urements are v ery important in science and one must be able to determine how good a meas urement is. The activities in this recitation are designed so that you fir

  • 4 Pages notecard
    Notecard

    School: Colorado

    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Cations NH4 ammonium H 3O hydronium 2) Naming ionic compounds. a) [Main group metal (1A, 2A, aluminum (3A) metals)] + [main group nonmetal]: name of metal + name of nonmetal + ide Example: CaF2 is calcium fluoride, Li3P is lithium phosphide, Al2S3 is alum

  • 3 Pages Naming Compounds
    Naming Compounds

    School: Colorado

    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    CHM 1045 HANDOUT #1 Naming chemical compounds 1) Names and symbols of the elements. You are expected to know the names and symbols for the elements of the first six periods of the periodic table, including transition metals (elements from 1-56, 7286), and

  • 4 Pages Math Proficiency Self-Assessment
    Math Proficiency Self-Assessment

    School: Colorado

    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Math Proficiency Self-Assessment The following self-assessment will allow you to deter mine your math preparedness for CHEM1251. Wor k each of the followin g calculations, algebr aic manipulation s or word problems an d check your answers wi th those give

  • 2 Pages Lecture 9.23.09
    Lecture 9.23.09

    School: Colorado

    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Wednesday, September 23 Flask A contains 2.0 g of hydrogen. Flask B contains 2.0 g of nitrogen. Both flasks have the same Volume and Temperature. Compare the two flasks: A. B. C. D. E. T h e y h a v e th e s a m e d e n s ity . T h e y h a v e th e s a m

  • 3 Pages Lecture 9.11.09
    Lecture 9.11.09

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Friday, September 11 Additional Information Answers to todays clicker questions (CQs) No clicker questions today! If you missed class, please get notes from another student (perhaps someone in your clicker group) Preparing for future learning Read Section

  • 1 Page Lecture 9.4.09
    Lecture 9.4.09

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Friday, September 4 W h ic h o f t h e f o llo w in g b e s t d e s c r ib e s t h e b e f o r e and after states of solid MgCl2 dissolving in water? a. b. c. d. e. Solid MgCl2 contains no charged species, but after its dissolved the solution contains Mg2

  • 3 Pages Lecture 9.2.09
    Lecture 9.2.09

    School: Colorado

    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Wednesday, September 2 W e b A s s ig n : S cored Assignment #1 A n n ou n cem en t s W h a t i s t h e c h e m i c a l f o r m u la f o r c a lc i u m p h o s p h a t e ? A. CaP C. CaPO4 E . C a3 P 2 B. Ca2(PO4 )3 D . C a3 ( P O 4 ) 2 D ue Thursday, Sept

  • 2 Pages Chapter 6 Notes
    Chapter 6 Notes

    School: Colorado

    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Chapter 6-Thermochemistry Energy Flow and Chemical Change Definitions o o o o System: that part of the universe being studied Surroundings: everything else that is relevant Heat (q): energy t ransferred due to T Work (w): energy t ransferred when ob

  • 1 Page MEW Chem 1111 summer Test 3 Key
    MEW Chem 1111 Summer Test 3 Key

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    Chemistry 1111 Test 3 answer key 1) a 2) d 3) d 4) b 5) c 6) b 7) a 8) d 9) c 10) a 11) b 12) a 13) b 14) b 15) b 16) c 17) b 18) c 19) b 20) a 21) c 22) d

  • 6 Pages MEW Chem 1111 summer Test 2
    MEW Chem 1111 Summer Test 2

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    Chemistry 1111 Second hour exam 1. Calculate the change in the internal energy of a system that absorbs 2,500 J of heat and that does 7,655 J of work on the surroundings. a. b. c. d. 10,155 J 5,155 J -5,155 J -10, 155 J 2. Which of the following i

  • 1 Page MEW Chem 1111 summer Test 2 Key
    MEW Chem 1111 Summer Test 2 Key

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    Chemistry 1111 Test 2 answer key 1) c 2) d 3) b 4) b 5) a 6) d 7) b 8) d 9) d 10) c 11) a 12) c 13) a 14) d 15) a 16) b 17) d 18) a 19) b 20) d 21) d 22) c

  • 27 Pages Summer 2007 Ch 20
    Summer 2007 Ch 20

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    Chapter 20 Thermodynamics: Entropy, Free Energy, and the Direction of Chemical Reactions Limitations of the First Law of Thermodynamics E = q + w Euniverse = Esystem + Esurroundings Esystem = -Esurroundings Esystem + Esurroundings = 0 = Euniverse Th

  • 47 Pages Summer 2007 Ch 2
    Summer 2007 Ch 2

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    Chapter 2 The Components of Matter Definitions for Components of Matter Element - simplest type of substance with unique physical and chemical properties. An element consists of only one type of atom. It cannot be broken down into any simpler subst

  • 30 Pages Summer 2007 Ch 17
    Summer 2007 Ch 17

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    Chapter 17 Equilibrium: The Extent of Chemical Reactions Kinetics applies to the speed of a reaction, the concentration of product that appears (or of reactant that disappears) per unit time. Equilibrium applies to the extent of a reaction, the conc

  • 34 Pages Summer 2007 Ch 15
    Summer 2007 Ch 15

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    Chapter 15 Organic Compounds and the Atomic Properties of Carbon The position of carbon in the periodic table. The Structural Complexity of Organic Molecules Reviewing the atomic structure and properties of carbon, we can get an idea of why organic

  • 39 Pages Summer 2007 Ch 12
    Summer 2007 Ch 12

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    Chapter 12 Intermolecular Forces: Liquids, Solids, and Phase Changes ATTRACTIVE FORCES electrostatic in nature Intramolecular forces bonding forces These forces exist within each molecule. They influence the chemical properties of the substance.

  • 21 Pages Summer 2007 Ch 11
    Summer 2007 Ch 11

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    Chapter 11 Theories of Covalent Bonding The Central Themes of VB Theory Basic Principle A covalent bond forms when the orbitals of two atoms overlap and the overlap region, which is between the nuclei, is occupied by a pair of electrons. The two w

  • 24 Pages Summer 2007 Ch 10
    Summer 2007 Ch 10

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    Chapter 10 The Shapes of Molecules The steps in converting a molecular formula into a Lewis structure. NF3 SAMPLE PROBLEM 10.1 PROBLEM: Writing Lewis Structures for Molecules with One Central Atom Write a Lewis structure for SOCl2 SAMPLE PROBL

  • 23 Pages Summer 2007 Ch 1
    Summer 2007 Ch 1

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    Chapter 1 Keys to the Study of Chemistry Is the study of matter, its properties, the changes that matter undergoes, and the energy associated with these changes. Definitions Matter anything that has mass and volume Composition the types and amoun

  • 8 Pages Summer 1007  lecture 1
    Summer 1007 Lecture 1

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    Lecture #1: June 4, 2007 Prerequisites: 1 year of high school chemistry or CHEM 1021 (introductory chemistry) with a grade of B- or better. Course instructor: Matt Wise Office: Ekeley M325 (Ekeley M196) Office hours: T, R 1-2:30 pm Email: matthew.w

  • 8 Pages MEW Chem 1111 lecture 1
    MEW Chem 1111 Lecture 1

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    Lecture #1: January 17, 2007 Prerequisites: 1 year of high school chemistry or CHEM 1021 (introductory chemistry) with a grade of B- or better. Course instructor: Matt Wise Office: Ekeley M325 (Ekeley M196) Office hours: M,W,F 1-2 pm Email: matthew

  • 28 Pages Summer 2007 Ch 3
    Summer 2007 Ch 3

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    Chapter 3 Stoichiometry of Formulas and Equations mole(mol) - the amount of a substance that contains the same number of entities as there are atoms in exactly 12 g of carbon-12. This amount is 6.022x1023. The number is called Avogadro's number and

  • 23 Pages Summer 2007 Ch 4
    Summer 2007 Ch 4

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    Chapter 4 The Major Classes of Chemical Reactions Electron distribution in molecules of H2 and H2O. The dissolution of an ionic compound animation The electrical conductivity of ionic solutions animation Sample Problem 4.1 Determining Moles of Io

  • 5 Pages MEW Chem 1111 summer Test 1
    MEW Chem 1111 Summer Test 1

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    Chemistry 1111 First hour exam 1. Which element is the most similar to strontium in chemical and physical properties? a. b. c. d. Li At Rb Ba 2. One angstrom (symbolized ) equals 1 x 10-10 m. Suppose you measure a volume of 1 cm3 . What is the vol

  • 2 Pages MEW Chem 1111 summer Final Exam Key
    MEW Chem 1111 Summer Final Exam Key

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    Chemistry 1111 Final exam answer key 1) d 2) b 3) b 4) a 5) d 6) a 7) c 8) d 9) b 10) b 11) a 12) b 13) d 14) d 15) b 16) b 17) b 18) d 19) a 20) c 21) d 22) d 23) b 24) b 25) a 26) a 27) b 28) b 29) c 30) d 31) b 32) b 33) d 34) b 35) a 36) b 37) d

  • 1 Page MEW Chem 1111 Test 1 Key
    MEW Chem 1111 Test 1 Key

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    Chemistry 1111 Test 1 answer key 1) d 2) a 3) c 4) d 5) d 6) b 7) a 8) c 9) d 10) a 11) b 12) c 13) a 14) d 15) c 16) a 17) d 18) c 19) b 20) c 21) d 22) a

  • 1 Page Helproom_Su07
    Helproom_Su07

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    CHEM. 1111 Ekeley M196 8:00-9:00 9:00-10:00 SUMMER SCHEDULE 10:00-11:00 11:00-12:00 12:00-1:00 1:00-2:00 2:00-3:00 Summer 2007 3:00-4:00 4:00-5:00 Monday Lab Assigned Room Lab Lab 10:20 7:30 to Tuesday Lab Assigned Room Lecture Chem 142 11:00

  • 1 Page 1111TACoors_Sp07
    1111TACoors_Sp07

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    COORS EVENTS/CONFERENCE CENTER (Enter the NW entrance - by the buffalo) Teaching Assistant Chris Adams Lab Section # Coors Section # 151 161 142 152 123 162 113 132 111 121 141 171 112 122 133 191 153 192 131 172 23 23 22 22 22 22 21 21 21 21 20 20

  • 35 Pages Summer 2007 Ch 9
    Summer 2007 Ch 9

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    Chapter 9 Models of Chemical Bonding A general comparison of metals and nonmetals. Types of Chemical Bonding 1. Metal with nonmetal: electron transfer and ionic bonding 2. Nonmetal with nonmetal: electron sharing and covalent bonding 3. Metal wit

  • 46 Pages Summer 2007 Ch 8
    Summer 2007 Ch 8

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    Chapter 8 Electron Configuration and Chemical Periodicity The 4th quantum number electron spin 1. Property of the electron itself 2. Not a property of an orbital 3. Becomes important when more than one electron is present in an orbital Observing

  • 37 Pages Summer 2007 Ch 7
    Summer 2007 Ch 7

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    Chapter 7 Quantum Theory and Atomic Structure The Wave Nature of Light Frequency and Wavelength c= C = 3.00 x 108 m/s Amplitude (intensity) of a wave. Regions of the electromagnetic spectrum. Different behaviors of waves and particles. The di

  • 29 Pages Summer 2007 Ch 6
    Summer 2007 Ch 6

    School: Colorado

    Chapter 6 Thermochemistry: Energy Flow and Chemical Change Thermodynamics is the study of heat and its transformations. Thermochemistry is a branch of thermodynamics that deals with the heat involved with chemical and physical changes. Fundamental

  • 40 Pages Summer 2007 Ch 5
    Summer 2007 Ch 5

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    Chapter 5 Gases and the Kinetic-Molecular Theory An Overview of the Physical States of Matter The Distinction of Gases from Liquids and Solids 1. Gas volume changes greatly with pressure. 2. Gas volume changes greatly with temperature. 3. Gases ha

  • 20 Pages MEW 1111 9p5 and 10p1
    MEW 1111 9p5 And 10p1

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    Models of Chemical Bonding 9.5 Between the Extremes: Electronegativity and Bond Polarity The Pauling electronegativity (EN) scale. Electronegativity and Oxidation Number 1. The more electronegative atom in a bond is assigned all the shared electr

  • 3 Pages RelativeResourceManager1
    RelativeResourceManager1

    School: Colorado

    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Ionic Compounds: Naming and Writing Chemical Formulas Below is a practice grid for common ionic co mpounds. You need to be ab le to wr ite the formula from the name or the name from the formula for any compound on this grid. To h elp you do the latter, yo

  • 2 Pages Estimating the volume in liters of a square prism object
    Estimating The Volume In Liters Of A Square Prism Object

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    Estimating the volume in liters of a square prism object Calculate the volume of liquid in the tank sketched below. Give your answer in liters, and round to the nearest . The liquid in the tank has the shape of a rectangular prism of length , width and he

  • 1 Page Lecture 10.30.09
    Lecture 10.30.09

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Friday, October 30 W h ic h o r d e r in g o f io n ic r a d ii is c o r r e c t ? A. Na+ > Al3+ > N3- > FB. Na+ < Al3+ < N3- < FC. N3- < F - < Na+ < Al3+ D. N3- > F- > Na+ > Al3+ CQ #1 1 2 F ig u r e 8 .2 1 Which statement is true? A. B. C. D. E. K h a s

  • 3 Pages Lecture 10.28.09
    Lecture 10.28.09

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Wednesday, October 28 Which of the following is the correct ground state energy level diagram for carbon? 2p 2s 1s In their ground state, atoms of which element below contain the greatest number of unpaired electrons? A. Argon B. Silicon C. Magnesium D. A

  • 1 Page Lecture 10.26.09
    Lecture 10.26.09

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Monday, October 26 Which statement is incorrect? Figures 8.2 and 8.3 A. B. C. D. E. The n = 2 energy level only contains s and p orbitals. The n = 3 energy level contains 9 orbitals total. The n = 4 energy level contains five d orbitals. The 4d orbitals c

  • 2 Pages Lecture 10.23.09
    Lecture 10.23.09

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Friday, October 23 The probability (2) that an electron can be found at a p a r tic u la r d is ta n c e fr o m th e n u c le u s ( r ) , is g iv e n b y th is e q u a tio n : D o n t fo rg e t to b u y a c u p c a k e fro m th e C h e m is tr y & B io c

  • 2 Pages Lecture 3
    Lecture 3

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Wednesday, October 21 F ig u r e 7 .1 0 W h a t is h a p p e n in g a s t h e f la m e s g lo w ? A. Lighting the methanol gives it enough energy to react with the metal in the salt. The color indicates how exothermic the reaction is. (More energy release

  • 12 Pages Atomic Spectra
    Atomic Spectra

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    7.1 From Classical Physics to Quantum Theory CHAPTER 7 Quantum Theory and the Electronic Structure of Atoms Classical Physics viewed energy as continuous; i.e., any quantity of energy could be released. Max Planck found that atoms and molecules (under so

  • 4 Pages 200REV2fa08
    200REV2fa08

    School: Colorado

    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Chemistry 200 Exam 2 Review Problems NOTE: These are just some of the problem types that will appear on Exam II. Review your quizzes and homework also. I will provide the activity series. You should know solubility rules 1-3 and any equations we have disc

  • 4 Pages thermochemistry-with solutions
    Thermochemistry-with Solutions

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Osukuuni Practice Questions CHEM 1211 Thermochemistry 1. Classify the following processes as exothermic or endothermic: (a) freezing of water (b) melting of ice (c) boiling of water (d) heating with a furnace (a) exothermic (b) endothermic (c) endothermic

  • 2 Pages thermochemistry-
    Thermochemistry-

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Osukuuni Practice Questions CHEM 1211 Thermochemistry 1. Classify the following processes as exothermic or endothermic: (a) freezing of water (b) melting of ice (c) boiling of water (d) heating with a furnace 2. Is the specific heat of a substance intensi

  • 11 Pages Practice exam 2
    Practice Exam 2

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    1 The following table of experimental data is necessary to answer the questions 1-5 below: For the reaction: 2ClO2(aq) + 2OH-(aq) ClO3- (aq) + ClO2- (aq) + H2O (l) Experiment 1 2 3 [ClO2] 0.060 M 0.020 M 0.020 M [OH-] 0.030 M 0.030 M 0.090 M Initial rate

  • 3 Pages Lecture 11.2.09
    Lecture 11.2.09

    School: Colorado

    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Monday, November 2Monday, November 2 Draw a Lewis structure for HCN. How many single, double, and triple bonds do you get? A. 2 single bonds B. 1 single and 1 double bond C. 2 double bonds D. 1 single and 1 triple bond E. 1 double and 1 triple bond Draw a

  • 1 Page Lecture 11.4.09
    Lecture 11.4.09

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Wednesday, November 4Monday, November 2 Which bond is weakest? A . H -H C. O =O E . C -I B . C -C l D. C -B r G iv e n t h e a p p r o x im a t e b o n d d is s o c ia t io n e n e r g ie s : O - H : 4 5 0 kJ /m ol H - H : 4 0 0 kJ /m ol O = O : 5 0 0 kJ

  • 4 Pages Finding the side length of a cube from its volume in liters
    Finding The Side Length Of A Cube From Its Volume In Liters

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    Finding the side length of a cube from its volume in liters A technical machinist is asked to build a cubical steel tank that will hold of water. Calculate in meters the smallest possible inside length of the tank. Round your answer to the nearest . Since

  • 3 Pages Math Review
    Math Review

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    the student prepared the solution: The label on the graduated cylinder says: empty weight: She put some solid sodium thiosulfate into the graduated cylinder and weighed it. With the sodium thiosulfate added, the cylinder weighed . She added water to the

  • 3 Pages Writing a chemical equation from a description of the reaction
    Writing A Chemical Equation From A Description Of The Reaction

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    Writing a chemical equation from a description of the reaction Solid potassium fluoride decomposes into fluorine gas and solid potassium . Write a balanced chemical equation for this reaction. To solve this problem you need to "translate" a description of

  • 3 Pages Lecture 8.31.09
    Lecture 8.31.09

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Monday, August 31 W hich st at e m e n t , if an y, ab o u t t he p e r i o d i c t a b le i s n o t t r u e ? a. b. c. d. e. E le m e n ts in a g r o u p h a v e s im ila r p r o p e r tie s . E le m e n ts in a r o w h a v e s im ila r p r o p e r tie s

  • 3 Pages Lecture 8.28.09
    Lecture 8.28.09

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Friday, August 28 W h i c h o f t h e f o llo w i n g r e p r e s e n t s t h e c o n t e n t s o f t h e h y d r o g e n -f i lle d b a llo o n from Mondays demonstration ? W h i c h o f t h e f o llo w i n g r e p r e s e n t s t h e c o n t e n t s o f

  • 2 Pages Lecture 8.26.09
    Lecture 8.26.09

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Wednesday, 8/26/2009 L e a r n i n g G o a ls f o r t h i s C o u r s e - B I G I D E A S T h e s e id e a s w ill c y c le th r o u g h o u t th e s e m e s te r : 1 . W h a t is th e n a tu r e o f m a tte r ? 2 . H o w c a n w e p r e d ic t th e p r o

  • 4 Pages Practice Exam 3
    Practice Exam 3

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    10. Anexcitedelectroninoxygenatom"A"makesatransitionfromn=3ton=Zandemitsa photonA- Anelectroninoxygenatom"B"makesatransitionfromn=4ton=2 and emits a photon B. (a) (b) (c) 11. Which has greater energy, photon A or B? Which has greater wavelength, photon A

  • 3 Pages Lecture 11.11.09
    Lecture 11.11.09

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Wednesday, November 11 W h ic h s ta te m e n t is i n c o r r e c t? An emission spectrum is pictured below. Suppose the line marked with an X is due to a transition involving the n = 2 and n = 3 energy levels. Identify a transition that could produce th

  • 1 Page Lecture 11.9.09
    Lecture 11.9.09

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Monday, November 9 F ig u r e 1 0 .2 W h ic h o f th e fo llo w in g is m o s t lik e ly to d e p a r t fr o m th e o c te t r u le ? A. B. C. D. E. CO 2 H3 O+ SCl2 (sulfur dichloride) ClF3 (chlorine trifluoride) PH 3 1 2 Build a model of ClF3 (chorine tr

  • 3 Pages Lecture 11.6.09
    Lecture 11.6.09

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Friday, November 6 Find the formal charge on C in carbon monoxide. A. B. C. D. E. -2 -1 0 +1 +2 Nitrous oxide has the formula N2O. Which resonance structure is more important? A. A is more important. B. B is more important. C. They are equally important.

  • 8 Pages exam 2
    Exam 2

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Chemistry 141 Dr. Cary Willard Exam 4 Name December 12, 2002 Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Total PERIODIC CHART (15 points) (18 points) (20 points) (22 points) (20 points) (12 points) (100 points) IA 1 H 1.008 3 Li 6.941 11 Na 23.00 19 K 39.10

  • 5 Pages equilibrium exam
    Equilibrium Exam

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Chemistry 2 Exam 1 Chp 13, 14, 15 Name: _ SHOW ALL WORK AND CIRCLE FINAL ANSWERS 1. Which of the following factors affect the initial rate of a reaction? 1) The nature of the reactants. 2) The concentration of the reactants. 3) The size of solid reactant

  • 3 Pages energyfinalrevkey
    Energyfinalrevkey

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

    Name _Key_ 2nd Semester Final Review - Thermochemistry Period _ 1. Make the following conversions: 850 calories = .850 Calories 0.45 kJ = 108 cal 440 cal = 1800 joules 35 Cal = 3500 cal 1.8 KJ = 1800 joules 25 kcal = 104.5kJ 2. Define the following terms:

  • 3 Pages ~$885_chem 111 Exam I
    ~$885_chem 111 Exam I

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    Course: GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1

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  • 5 Pages Lab Mole Ratio
    Lab Mole Ratio

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