CHEM 1406HW8 - CHEM 1406, Harman Select the best answer for...

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CHEM 1406, Harman HW #8 due March 31/April 1 Select the best answer for each question. 1)  1
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What is  the molar mass of sodium phosphate, Na 3 PO 4 A) 
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119 B) 
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308 C) 
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354 g  D) 
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226 E) 
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164 g For question 2 consider the following equation. 2Mg + O 2 2MgO 2) 
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How many grams of MgO are produced when 40.0 grams of O 2 react with Mg?  A) 
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202 g B) 
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50.4 C) 
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101 D) 
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60.8 E) 
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30.4 g   3) 
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Aluminu m oxide  reacts with hydrogen chloride to form aluminum chloride and water. What is the mass of aluminum chloride produced when 25.0 grams of aluminum oxide are consumed in a reaction. A) 
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155 B) 
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72.9 C) 
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65.4 D) 
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32.6 E) 
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16.3 4) 
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If the  reaction  shown below is exothermic, the energy level of the reactants is _____. H 2 + O 2 2 H 2 O A) 
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lower than that  of the products  B) 
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higher than the  activation energy of the reaction C) 
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the same as that  of the products  D) 
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possibly lower,  possibly higher than that of the products  E) 
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higher than that  of the products  5) 
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measurement describes the pressure of a gas? A) 
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