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General Chemistry Supplementary ProblemSet WorkbookAtomsFirst ArrangementWorkbook Compiled by Spencer A. Schultz, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Cal Poly SLOThis workbook was made possible by contributions from the following professors and lecturers:Zahra Alghoul, Ph.D.; Derek Gragson, Ph.D.; John Hagen, Ph.D.; Michael Heying, Ph.D.; Alan Kiste, Ph.D.;Grace Ann Neff, Ph.D.; Nisa Satumtira, Ph.D.; Gregory Scott, Ph.D.; Steven Wilkinson, Ph.D.;Shanju Zhang, Ph.D.Last updated 1/1/2018 - EEBContentsContents......................................................................................................................................................0Chapter 1.....................................................................................................................................................1Chapter 2.....................................................................................................................................................3Chapter 3...................................................................................................................................................14Chapter 4...................................................................................................................................................33Chapter 5...................................................................................................................................................50Chapter 6...................................................................................................................................................57Chapter 7...................................................................................................................................................61Chapter 8...................................................................................................................................................73Chapter 9...................................................................................................................................................79Chapter 10.................................................................................................................................................88Chapter 11.................................................................................................................................................99
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General Chemistry Supplementary Problem Set Workbook1Chapter 1Skill Builder Problems1.How is each of the following formed from an atom? What is the charge on each ion?a.A cationb.An anion2.What is the volume in liters of a cylinder that has a 10-inch radius and a 20-inch height?3.You have 1 gram of nitrogen gas and 1 gram of water. Which has the larger volume and why?4.What is the difference between homogeneous and heterogeneous mixtures?5.What are the more common names we use for homogeneous and heterogeneous mixtures?6.Explain how to determine the number of significant figures in multiplication/division problemsand in addition/subtraction problems.7.How do you handle sig. fig.’s when you have both types (eg temperature conversions)?8.How many significant figures are there in each of the following measurements?a.34.0455 gb.59.0001 cmc.1.000 cmd.0.014 ge.0.03003 kgf.0.009204 pgg.0.00450 mh.67,000 m2i.1.05μLj.3.8200 x 103L9.Express the results of the following calculations with the correct number of significant figures:k.4.884 * 2.05l.94.61 / 3.7m.(3.25 x 103) * 1.0543n.5502.3 + 24 + 0.01o.(5.023 – 2.1) x 3.123p.(3.45 + 10.1) / (5.321 * 2.354)10.Convert 1.67x10-27kg to μg.11.How many cubic millimeters are there in 100 cubic centimeters?12.How many cubic millimeters are there in 55.0 cubic centimeters?13.What is the SI unit for temperature?14.Liquid nitrogen boils at 77 K. What is this in °C and °F?15.The density of platinum is 21.45 g/cm3. What is the volume of 87.6 g of Pt?16.Normal body temperature is 98.6 °F. What is this temperature in °C and K?
General Chemistry Supplementary Problem Set Workbook2Practice Problems1.Answer the following SI unit conversions:a.450 nm to mb.2.321 μL to mLc.1.67 x 10-27kg to μgd.4.5 x 10-15s to ps2.Many devices are currently being built with dimensions on the nanometer scale, often callednanotechnology, how many inches are there in one nanometer?3.At a certain point, the Celsius and Fahrenheit scales “cross,” giving the same numerical value onboth. At what temperature does this crossover occur? (You can set up an equation to solve thisexactly.)4.How many mm are there in 102 km?5.What is the volume, in L, of a cylinder that has a 10-inch radius and a 20-inch height?6.The current cost of platinum is about $1600 per troy ounce, which is defined as 31.1034768grams. How much would a sphere of platinum with a diameter of 1.00 cm cost?7.A 100 mL graduated cylinder has the following properties (ignoring the base):Inner Diameter (I.D.) = 32 mmOuter Diameter (O.D.) = 34 mmDensity = 2.23 g/cm3a.

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