Exam1 - CHE104 Section 01 Exam1 1 From the following...

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CHE104 Section 01 Exam1 1. From the following experimental data, calculate the percent deviation from ideal behavior: 2.00 mole of CO 2 in a 1.2 L container at 40 o C exerts a pressure of 39.4 atm. 2. The intermolecular forces that cause condensation of gases to liquids are: Hydrogen Bonding Forces, Dispersion Forces and Dipolar Forces. Arrange these three types of forces in order of increasing strength. 3. Name the 4 types of solids.
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4. Consider the following Phase Diagram: a) Label the diagram with the letter T at the triple point. b) What is the boiling point of this material at 1 atm? c) What is the boiling point of this material at 0.5 atm? d) Label the diagram with the letter X to indicate the boundary line between solid and gas. e) What happens to the solid when its temperature is raised from 100 K to 300 K at 0.1 atm? 5. How much heat is required to convert 9 grams of ice at -20 o C to 9 grams of vapor at 150 o C?
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6. At 25 o C and 1 atm, 20 grams of NaCl are added to 100 grams of H 2 O.
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