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Exam 3 Section 01-07 Answer Key 1 - / KB] CHI“ 1045 Exam...

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Unformatted text preview: / KB] CHI“ 1045 Exam 3 Section # 01-07 November 07, 2007 Wednesday Total points: 100 Time: 45 minutes This EXAM contains 3 questions. A periodic table is provided at the back of this exam. The equations for numerical calculations, conversion factors, and the values of constants are provided w}: ere necessaly. SHO WALL YOUR WORK WHEN YOU ARE SOL WNG NUMERICAL PROBLEMS TO GET THE FULL CREDIT. l. a. The enthalpy changes for the following reactions can be measured: H202U) —-—--—) H20U) + 12? 02(g); AH" = - 98.0 k] ....... ..(1) 2H2(g)+ 02(3) ----- ~-—) 2 H200); ° =- 571.6 M ....... ..(2) i) Show how you can delive the following equation by using equations (1) and (2): [8] Hz(g) + 02(3) H2020); AH” = unknown (3) new}; 3H2 + O?- "_’ 2 4H2- 0‘ 4 is“) 1»: 4,2”; + 20.1 —_—> 2H202. 2' “3 \Ir 0‘ § .\ . xx go '5? + Continued to page 2 do I OX 1 ii) Use the enthalpy values of equation (I) and (2) and Hess’s Law to derive an equation \ which can be used to calculate the enthalpy change for the reaction: [7] H2(g) + 02(g) -----—) H202U); AH" = unknown (3) — 24H1 + 4H2 -.-. 24H3 AH :l AH - AH] 3 2. 2 1 iii) Use the equation derived in the previous question 1a(ii) to calculate the enthalpy change for the reaction: [5] Hztg) + 02(3) ""9 H2020); AH" ZUDkIIOWD ------ -- (3) ans = a Egypt. — 2(— 38-9 .— l - - '| G _ a E 5m 6 + ‘1] :: —— IB}'8 k3 iv) Draw an enthalpy level diagram that shows the relationship between the energy quantities involved among the three [(1), (2) and (3)] equations. [10] _. 241-11 + de = 249:3 AH 24m -\- 2 49. SM" = 2 2 7' - 5 __ 1' . ml J54“: = :ka EQ‘J‘ W2 ? 6MP“ -::9;)'~3 Bile-m“ .1: 9- 14ml -_- 2x—98'0k3 —-———'————- Continued to page 3 2 2. a. Determine the ‘nH’ values of the following orbitals and then compare the order of energy of the three orbital (lowest, highest or intermediate): [3 x (2+2) = 12] n + I value Ener lowestfhi estfintermediatc 3p 3 + I = A ‘ 003 M + 45 4+0 = 4 iniwmeAia’re. 3d 3+2 =S' fight/3* b. Write down the electron configuration of the following atomsfelements using 'orbz‘tal box notation’: [4 x 2 = 8] ,7. t on m E m or} ‘ Kg 1": 25 2 P 3 3 a b P (15): 93,; ED N [E t I 5( ‘4 IS 15 e 0" a‘ 0. Write down the electron configuration of the following element by using ‘spdfnotatz’on' or w 'noble gas notation’. [3 x 2 = 6] Ni(28): [A151 34245,, 0"", Dirt] 461 3698 {31(17): [N 2.1" 3523f); d. Identify the atomsfelements which have following electron configuration: [4 >< 3 = 12] [Ne] 352 3p' : Al 0 [Ar] 3d2 452 : Ti _ [Xe] 6s2 : ' Bo“ Continued to page 4 3 6. Identify the elements of the following groups as 5-, p-, d— and f1 block elements: [2 x 3 = 6] Group 1A elements: 8 "' ‘3 lock Group 7A elements: A Group SB elements: d "' 06K 3. 3. Give the n, land all possible m; values for 4forbitals. [1 + 2 + 5 = 8] 51 y I: Q MM" gill.» Email—W “'2 "l 0 “I “H” 3 t a?» at 0*q‘f‘x ’ . Identify the orbital with the following set of quantum numbers: [2 x 2 = 4] n=3,l=1,m,r=+l: n=4,l=2,ml=+2: c. What are the possible values of m; for I = 2. [5] ml: 2L 0, +1, +1 I d. Draw the shapes of the s and p; orbital. (you must show the Cartesian axes and axis label properly in ygr drawing to get the credit). 2. [4] +9» “0 o~®D§wB i ‘K t“ 33 s 0" D TContfn ued to page 5 ‘I 4 \ PX S—ofbi‘l'fi l/ e. Calculate the wavelength, in nanometers, associated with a proton traveling at a speed of 2.55 x 106 111. 3'1. Use 1.67 x IO‘I’r kg as the proton mass. [5] 7‘ 'm v No porL" " 5“ [Equation: 1 = h 1 mv; Planck's constant, h = 6.626 x 10'34 1.5; 1 J = 1 kg. 1112152; 1 11m = 1 1 11m = 1 x 10'9 [11] End of Exam Electmn Configurations and Chemical Perioc 3d——— 3p——— 33—Samen+£, ' 8.3 Marni: Subsbell Enargies and Etna-hon Assignments ...
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