Chemistry 130A - Fall 2001 - Groves - Midterm 1

Chemistry 130A - Fall 2001 - Groves - Midterm 1 - NAME:...

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NAME: Chemistry 130A, Section 2, Prof. Groves EXAM #1 Sept. 24, 2001 5 problems: 100 points 10 extra credit points * problems are for extra credit : correct answers will add points to your score but points on these questions will not contribute to the class average.
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NAME: 1. a. (5pts) Indicate whether each of the following quantities is intensive, extensive, or neither: Pressure, P Volume, V Temperature, T Energy, E Density (mass/V) b. (5pts) Which of the following are state variables: Enthalpy, H Energy, E Work, w Heat, q (w + q) - H c. (10pts) Suppose the total energy of the universe is E total and the total entropy is S total today. How will E total and S total tomorrow relate to their values today? What principals support your answer?
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NAME: 2. Amides can react with water to obtain carboxylic acids. This reaction occurs in living beings all the time. Calculate the energy for the reaction of formamide with water to obtain formic acid in the gaseous phase with ammonia as another product by the two methods suggested below (parts a and b), then discuss your results in part c. Heat of formation data:
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Chemistry 130A - Fall 2001 - Groves - Midterm 1 - NAME:...

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