Jonhson Old MT2

Jonhson Old MT2 - MIDTERM 2, Form A Chemistry 6B University...

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MIDTERM 2, Form A Chemistry 6B University of California, San Diego; Dr. Johnson Name: Student ID Number: TA/Section: ***BEFORE BEGINNING MIDTERM 2, PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING*** 1. Use a #2 pencil 2. Put your name and ID number on this page. PUT THE SAME INFORMATION ON YOUR SCANTRON AS WELL. A=1 for your UCSD ID number . 3. On your scantron, bubble in the form letter of your exam in the ‘test form’ field. 4. ALL MULTIPLE CHOICE ANSWERS GO ON YOUR SCANTRON 5. When finished turn in your scantron, crib card and this exam. 6. Along with this midterm you may have pencils, erasers, a non-graphing, non-programmable calculator, the periodic table/data sheet and your crib card on your desk. 7. Turn off anything that rings or beeps. 8. The Academic Honesty Policy is in full force. Any person caught cheating on this exam will receive a 0 on this exam and be prosecuted under the Student Conduct Code. KEEP YOUR EXAM COVERED AT ALL TIMES YOU MAY WRITE ON THIS EXAM BUT THE MULTIPLE CHOICE ANSWERS MUST BE ON THE SCANTRON. THE SCANTRON WILL NOT BE RETURNED BUT YOU MAY COME AND REVIEW IT BY APPOINTMENT. Free Response/Short Answer: 26. /4 27. /6 28. /8 29. /6 30. /10 31. /10 Total /44
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Midterm 2, Form -Johnson Multiple Choice: 1.( 3 pts.) Colligative properties are those that a) depend on the number of solute particles in a solution and not on the type of particle. b) are those that do not depend on the temperature and pressure but do depend on the type of solute which is dissolved in the solvent. c) change the concentration of a solute in a solution. d) are only observed for pure solvents. e) result from a change in vapor pressure of the solute when it is dissolved in the solvent. 2. (3 pts.) What is the relationship between K and K c for the reaction below? 2HgO( s) 2Hg(l) + O 2 (g) a) K c = (RT) 2 K d) K = RTK c b) K = K c e) K = (RT) 2 K c c) K c = RTK 3. (3 pts.) Consider the following reaction: HCO 3 (aq) + H 2 O(l) H 2 CO 3 (aq) + OH (aq) Which of the following statements is TRUE ? a) HCO 3 is not an acid and thus the equation is incorrect. b)
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This note was uploaded on 03/09/2009 for the course CHEM CHEM 6C taught by Professor Hoeger during the Winter '08 term at UCSD.

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Jonhson Old MT2 - MIDTERM 2, Form A Chemistry 6B University...

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