General%20Chemistry%20I%20exam%202%20review%20Summer%202016

General%20Chemistry%20I%20exam%202%20review%20Summer%202016...

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General Chemistry I Exam 2 Review, Summer 2016 Determine amounts of products or reactants required in a chemical reaction Determine limiting reactant, theoretical yield, and percent yield Determine molarity of compounds or ions in solution Use molarity and volume to determine moles of reactants required in a reaction Be able to calculate moles of species in a chemical reaction given any number of ways of the species amount, i.e., mass, density, molarity Know the difference between strong, weak and non-electrolytes Balance chemical equations, determine full ionic equation and net ionic equations Determine oxidation numbers and what is being reduced or oxidized in a chemical reaction Know the different laws of thermochemistry discussed and the different forms of energy Be able to calculate the internal energy and kinetic energy of a system Use a calorimeter (any type) to determine energy change of a reaction or final temperature of a solution Determine the enthalpy change for a reaction by various methods
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