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Unformatted text preview: CHEMISTRY 322aL ' W pWC‘fl‘CL W ‘éV' FIRSfLABzQUIZ  m KEY Lab time BY Eﬂgﬁ T.A. This test comprises this page and five numbered pages. If a question says to answer in fewer
than a certain number of words, DO SOdeduction for wordiness. anon £913 for calculations. TAs wi ave quizzes at office and makeup labs, week of Apr 2. evening lab convenes at 7:00, Tuesday morning convenes at ading questions, please see your ‘1‘ 13/3 /L‘H'elhvu_ 1. (2) A 19/35 male (inner) standard taper joint has a 1.0 mm thick ~'/
wall. Calculate its outside diameter (OD) at its narrow end. '
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2. (2) Metric oring size is specified as "IDxOD", both in mm.
Circle the size of the Oring which will just fit in a circu
lar groove of ID = 9.0 mm and width = 1.5 mm.
7.5x9.0 9.0x10.5 6.0x9.0 6.0x7.5
3. (2) An organic liquid's IR spectrum shows only CH stretching
above 1550 cm‘l. IF it contains oxygen, name or describe what
functional group is indicated. Explain in <15 words.
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4. (2) An aq soln containing 25.0 g isopropyl alcohol (IPA, density =
0.78 g/mL) is "salted out". The 20.0 mL Upper Layer weighs
17.2 g. Using the table below, calculate ONLY what fraction
of the UL is IPA. ZERO if give information not on point.
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5. i“ (5) Heavy water (D20), formic
acid (FA, HC(O)OH), and nBuBr
all have nbp's ~ 101°; see drawing to the right. In the blanks below, write
the letter of the VP vs T
curve corresponding to each: FA A nBuBr 6 At pressures above 760 torr, e.g., 780 torr, which liquid has
the lowest bp? A B <:::> (Circle one letter.) WrannllllllllllzazI '_—" ____.____‘
.4..: (IIIﬂl'll‘=F‘l ' ___
aum __l._.__ D20 '“ n7£=ﬂ (2) Define nouns]. boiling point (nbp) by completing the following
sentence in <15 words: The nbp of any liquid is .. O n m ﬁemww 4f NattA (ED!
“0” VP ﬁxed 760 fun (0! CW 7. (3) Compound C. MW = 162, density = 1.50 g/mL, is steam distilled. Pexternal = 720 torr; PoW(ater) = 640 torr at bpmixture‘ Calculate the volume ratio in the distillate; MW 18. water = C
me/mLc= 6w AMMMX N was xswgl‘go’kc ‘‘ /‘§§MLL:)
guﬂdﬁw I627. 374cc. A0 W (“J
Mix M
W(ater)Kand OCT gives two equilibrium phases. 91 (aq)
is 1 mole % OCT, @2 (org) is 97 mole % OCT. P°w  6 P°OCT. ‘1 :;f After phase separation, which has the larger partial POCT: W /
3’5, (1) immediately after separation? o1 <92
(2) after ~20% of each has evaporated? ¢1 neither.
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9. (3) A Drying Agent forms only a trihydrate;  * DA/DA3W‘vrel
l has relative humidity = 10%. One adds I00% DA exces;
f. onethird saturated soln, which contains .0 mo e Water.
f4f'““"’ Calculate the final W conc, in mole %.  1_ ﬂ 0.1%, a! a!” a, 6‘0 w/e % W. q0‘3‘i’o U WC J. 0.!(6.0M('¢)[0.60%
ué¢ 10. (3) The solubility of water in an Organic Solvent is 0.20 wt 8.
A DA has capacity 0.20 9 W per g DA. Calculate how much DA is
needed to dry 3 k9 ﬂ;satd OS. Assume all the W is removed. I/f’ﬂ 3d), 3%? waf—,( A! Woodsman, 11. (2) Acetone is cheap and readily available, relatively non—toxic,
and has nbp = 56° Tell in <10 words why it is not used rou—
tinely for extracting aqueous solutions. 3 lite? 12. (3) An unrinsed Single Laundry Load (SL) retains 10.0 % soln
(FSRSL = 0.10) on spin drying, with detergent residue per mass
= COISL. One rinseand—spin thus leaves C1,SL = 0.10 Co SL.
For a Triple Load, calculate CTL in terms of COISL for three
ras. Take C0 TL = 3 COISL and FSRTL = 3 FSRSL. Tell what
your calculation means regarding the final detergent concen
trations for EL; 1 rag compared to IL‘ 1 ras. (TL‘JM = 3(0\5L(3'NIJL)J= 3 (0.3}3Qﬂft 7/ = 00" COJL. (Mg/,JLIIM mama, (.034 Mlqd M MW 4/ Lawn/I7.
(M. (mew/“41‘. 1 ftﬁc} 13. (3) Pure J has mp = 86°; pure K's mp = 92°; a certain sample x
melts 78° — 83°. Mixture mp J and X = 73°  76°; mmp K and x
melts 84°  87°. Giving your reasoning in <15 words, state
the likely major component of x. 14. (3) Sucrose (ordinary table sugar) has mp = 175°. Adding 1 g
water to 5 g sucrose depresses its mp to 100°. Restate these I data in solubility terms; refer to a temperature, the nature
“2/4"”\ of the solution (dilute, conc, saturated) and its wt fraction sucrose. ZERO for any reference to mp depression. '4' Ali=—(0 15. (4) A solid sample comprises 9.0 g M and 3.0 g N, whose solubili
ties in a solvent S are independent. The solubility of each
in hp; S is 5.0 g per 100 g S. In cold S, M’s solubility is
2.0 g per 100 g S; N is twice as soluble. Calculate the amounts of S needed (a) to just dissolve the whole sample hot, AND (D) to just keep all the N dissolved in
gold S, after boiling down filtrates to recover more M. (a) : /£0 2th W”) M W =@ 16. (2) A solid sample heated wit solvent gives a colorless solution
with suspended green flakes. In < 8 words tell what step
should be omitted from the recrystallization procedure. ﬂuﬁmf “(ﬂ ﬂed/aria»? céqrwtg 17. (10, 4 on Recall the preparation of nBuI:
this page)
acetone
nBuBr + NaI ——————’— n—BuI + NaBr MW=137 FW=150 MW=184 d = Ame (a)(4) Suppose one starts with 6.85 g n—BuBr and 9.0 g NaI. Calcu
late how many mL nBuI corresponds to a 70% yield. 6.3!? Q—iudr = I?) yam/e. ISVI¢ x 00:14
MMM. 1.4.: w; g__/: = 705x *4 Lag/‘1‘ 7 ‘fOO ML 17. (contd) (b) (6) Ream.1931 A5 ﬁscal). (1) nBu—Br —> n—su+ + sr‘ + 178
(2) NaI ~> Na+ + I‘ + 164
(3) n—Bu+ + I‘ > nBu—I  171
(4) Na+ + Br‘ > NaBr  174.5 Sum(Br): nBuBr + NaI —> n—Bu—I + NaBr  3.5 Keq~200
(5) NaCl —> Na+ + C1“ + 183
(6) nBuCl > n—Bu+ + Cl‘ + 185 Sum(C1): nBuCl + NaI > n—Bu—I + NaCl  5.0 Keq~2000 (i)(2) Given that the ratedetermining step is (x = C1 or Br) I + n—Bux  > n—Bu—I + X— calculate 4'5: for x = C1 and Br, assuming they each equal the diﬁﬁerenee between the nBux and nBuI Bond Dissociation
Energies. (Reverse the signs of the data above as needed.) C.: /$5 ' (73
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17% WML (ii) (2) Relative rates are exponential in the in nat’s. For this rxn, each 1 kcal/mole deereaee in [N3 , increases the
g 57; rate by a factor of approximately 4.5. Using your results . from (i), calculate the rate ratio for x=Br t X=C1. a t
Mi A‘#« AG 5* f;1vv ': '1‘! l \ﬂ74f;
galmi Maud/(\Me “a: CH7 :‘C 37000 C (iii)(2) Even disregarding rates, tell in < 15 words why the differ
ence in the Keq's for X=Br and X=C1 is not important. 6m K ‘I “was 777%
/ a? crux/«Arm f \qu/oﬂ‘add: 18. (4) Both n—BuBr and tBuBr react readily with excess NaI in EtOH
giving ~100% yields of NaBr. Write the principal neutral
organic product for each reaction: 2‘ n—Bu—Br  > (4,3,4—3:
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 Fall '07
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