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MULTIPLE
CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that bestcompletes the statement or answers the question.
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1) Considert.;efollowing reaction:
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.
1)
_
'
CuS(s)
+
0:2(g)
~
Cu(s) +
502{g)
A reaction
mixtureinitially
contains 2.9 M
02. Determine the
equilibrium concentration of
02
if
Kc
for the reaction at this temperature is 1.5.
A) 1.7 M
,.iB)
12M
q
0.59 M
0)
21M E) 1.9M
2) Given the following balanced equation, detennine the rate of reaction with respect to [5021·
~)".l.
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2
SO:2
(g) + 0:2(g)
>
2 503(g)
1,
~
..
A_"",;~~O~""',
A)
Rate
= + 1
A[S0:21
,;~~
2
At
A[502]
B) Rate
=
/1.t
2 A[SOzl
q
Rate=+
At
k.
.

1
A
[S021
./
u)
Rate
=
"'At
E)
It
is not possible to deten:nine withoutmore information.
3)
Given thefollowing balanCed equation, determine the rate of reaction with resp!!ct to [NOO].
If
3)
:
Ai
the rateof021055 is 4.84
x
10
2
MIs, what is the rate offormation of
I\IQQ?
l~(:·
\
t,.
\
2 NO(g)
+
02(g) 
2 NOO(g)
Est
A) 4.84 ,. 10
2
MIs
.
i').HOC
\
{ y 
(1)
q
y
!
{)
t
B) 1.45
x
10
1
Mis
"
',
 C) 2.42
x
10
2
MIs
10) 9.68
x 10'2
MIs
E) 1.61,. 10
2
MIs
4}
What
is
the overaU order ofthe following reaction, given the ratelaw?
4)
.
2NO(g)
+
H2{g) 
N2(g) + 2H20(g)
Rate
=
k[NO]?[H21
A) Othorder
./ B)
3rd order
q
2ndorder
0) 4th order E) 1st order
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1;S,Gtventhefollowing ratelaw, how does the rate ofreaction change
if
the concentration ofYis
5)
.'\
L
/' doubled?
I
Rate
= k [X]Z[Y]3
A) The rate ofreaction
will
increase by a factor of2.
"'~
The rate ofreaction
will
increaseby a factor of9.
(cj)he
rate
ofreaction
will
increase
bya factor of8.
0(
The rate ofreaction
will
increase by a factor of4.
E) The rate ofreaction
will remain
unchanged.
6)L
6) Determine the rate law and
the~~e
of
~
for the following reaction usingthe data provided.
"
NOz(g)
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This note was uploaded on 09/09/2009 for the course CH 102 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Alabama.
 Spring '08
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 Chemistry, Reaction

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