103B Exam 1 Study Guide

103B Exam 1 Study Guide - studyguide for first exam chem...

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Page 1 studyguide for first exam, chem 103b 4/10/2008 12:22:50 AM http://www.chem.arizona.edu/~kellerp/outlines/stdygde1.htm CHEMISTRY 103B Study Outlinefor ExaminationI Wednesday, February 13, 2008 In the firstquarterof coursewe havediscussedmaterialfromchapters16 and 17. Thetwo majorconceptsare kineticsand equilibrium . Thecentralideasinkineticsare fromcollision theory(elementarysteps, reactionmechanisms , rate determiningsteps, integratedrate laws, activationenergy, and energydiagrams .) In equilibrium the core conceptsare dynamic equilibrium , the massactionor equilibriumquotientexpression , the equilibriumconstant, and the le Chatelierprinciple . A set of practicequestionsisavailableon d2l; theyare multiple - choicelikethe examquestionsand can serveto helpyouidentifyweaknessesinyour understandingof the material . You may bring one 3in x 5in card with notes on it (both sides) to the exam YOUMUST BRING YOURSTUDENTID TO THEEXAM! Types of Questions to Expect: 1. Deducingthe balancedequationfor a reactiongivenallthe elementarysteps inthe mechanism . Identifying
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course CHEM 103B taught by Professor Keller during the Spring '08 term at Arizona.

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