Study Guide - Study Guide Exam IV Chem 155 Fall 2007 1 Exam...

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Study Guide Exam IV – Chem 155 Fall 2007 1 Exam IV will cover chapter 5 sections 5 & 6, chapters 6 & 7, and sections 1 & 2 of chapter 8. Vocabulary and concepts that you should know and fully understand: thermochemistry, thermodynamics, Kinetic energy, thermal energy, Potential energy, universe, system, surroundings, heat, work, Joule (J), kilojoule (kJ), 1 st Law of Thermodynamics, conservation of energy, internal energy (E), Δ E, exothermic, endothermic, pressure-volume work (PV work), state function, enthalpy (H), enthalpy of reaction ( Δ H rxn ), calorimetry, constant pressure calorimetry (coffee cup calorimetry), constant volume calorimetry (bomb calorimetry), heat capacity, specific heat (also called specific heat capacity), calorimeter, calorimeter constant or heat capacity of the calorimeter, standard enthalpy of formation ( Δ H o f ), formation reaction, standard state, Hess’s Law, quantum theory, electronic structure of atoms, electromagnetic radiation, electric field, magnetic field, photoelectric effect, quanta (quantum), line spectra, photon, Bohr model of atom, Heisenberg uncertainty principle, wave function, electron density function or distribution, electron probability function, orbital, quantum numbers, principle quantum number (n), azimuthal or angular momentum quantum number ( l ), magnetic quantum number (m l ), magnetic spin quantum number (m s ), energy shell, energy subshell, orbital energy diagram, electron configuration, Aufbau or “Building Up” principle, orbital diagram, shorthand notation for electron configurations, valence electrons, core electrons, ground state, excited state, periodic, periodic table, representative elements, main group elements, noble gases, transition elements, f-block transition elements Tasks you ought be able to do… calculations involving gas densities, molar masses of gas given the enthalpy of a reaction, calculate the amount of heat exchange associated with specific amounts of either reactants or
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