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Exam 2 Concepts Spring 2018.pdf

Exam 2 Concepts Spring 2018.pdf - CHEM 1151 Spring 2018...

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CHEM 1151 Spring 2018 Exam 2 Concepts **Practice problems from your textbook are in (parentheses)** To be successful on this test over chapters 3*, 4 and 5*, you should be able to: Identify energy as kinetic or potential (3.23) Convert between unit of energy (3.25) Define specific heat Answer conceptual specific heat questions (3.33) Use specific heat to calculate heat loss or gain (3.35) Describe the changes of state between solids, liquids, and gases (3.39) Perform heat calculations for water using its heat of fusion and heat of vaporization (3.41, 3.45) Interpret and describe heating and cooling curves (3.47) Define element Locate element symbols on the periodic table in a timely manner (4.3 & 4.5) Use the periodic table to identify an element as metal, nonmetal, or metalloid using periods and groups (4.13) Identify the following groups on the periodic table: alkali metals, halogens, noble gases (4.9 & 4.11) Describe characteristics of metals, nonmetals, and metalloids (4.13) Identify Dalton’s
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