[CHM113] 113DQ11 - Discussion Quiz#11 Chem 113 AA/AB Name...

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Discussion Quiz #11 Name_________________________ Chem 113 AA/AB Section________________________ 1. What does STP stand for and what values does it represent? (2 pts) 2. Draw a plot of volume vs. temperature. Clearly show the overall trend and label axes appropriately. (3 pts) 3. What law does the above plot represent? (1 pt) 4. What will happen to the volume of a gas if the pressure is doubled and temperature is tripled? (3 pts) 5. What are two solids used for today’s lab? (1 pt)
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Discussion Quiz #11 Name_______ KEY ______________ Chem 113 AA/AB Section________________________ 1. What does STP stand for and what values does it represent? (2 pts) Standard temperature and pressure (0 Celsius/273.15 K and 760 mm Hg/torr/1atm) 1 pt each, definition and values 2. Draw a plot of volume vs. temperature. Clearly show the overall trend and label axes appropriately. (3 pts) Volume and temp can be reversed but the plot should show a linear relationship and units on each axis need to be included for full credit 3. What law does the above plot represent? (1 pt) V vs. T is representative of Charles’ law 4. What will happen to the volume of a gas if the pressure is doubled and temperature is tripled? (3 pts) Volume is decreased to ½ due to pressure and increased 3x due to temperature so overall it will be 3/2 of original. 5. What are two solids used for today’s lab? (1 pt) Two of the three used: Mg, CaCO 3 or Na 2 CO 3
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Discussion Quiz #11 Name_________________________ Chem 113 AC/AD Section________________________ 1. How many molecular geometries are associated with the tetrahedral electron-domain geometry and what are their names? (2 pts) 2.
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