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__________________________________________________________________________________ Midterm Exam III, version B
November 14, 2000
(Closed book, 90 minutes, 155 points)
Name: ______________________ Section Number: ____________________ SID: _______________________ T.A. Name: ________________________ Exam information, extra directions, and useful hints to maximize your score:
• Write your name on all 8 pages.
There are two parts to the exam: 1) multiple choice and 2) short answer problems.
For the multiple choice problems, fill in the ScantronTM form AND circle the answer on your exam.
Answer the questions you know how to do first, then work on the questions you skipped.
Show all work on the short answer problems for which you want credit and do not forget to include units!
milli, m (x 10-3) micro, µ (x 10-6) nano, n (x 10-9)
kilo, k (x 103)
mega, M (x106) giga, G (x 109) Some possibly useful information: ∆H o = ∑ ∆H o (products) − ∑ ∆H o (reactants)
f ∆S = ∑ S (products) − ∑ S (reactants)
o o o ∆G = ∆H - T∆S Cp°(H2O, l)= 1 cal/K·g
S = kBlnW CO (gas) ∆Hf° (kJ/mol) at 25oC
-110.5 S° (J/mol-K) at 25oC
197.7 CO2 (gas) -393.5 213.6 H2 (gas) 0 130.6 Compound 1 Cal = 1000 cal Average Bond Enthalpy (kJ/mol)
413 C-C 348 C-O 360 O=O 497 O-H 463 H-H 436 -285.8 70.0 CH3OH -238.7 126.8 C2H5OH Bond
C-H H2O (liquid) -277.7 160.7 CH3COOH ∆E = q + w -484.5 159.8 (Do not write in the box below.)
/ 48 5-6 / 60 7-8 / 47 Total / 155 Page 2 of 2 Name:_________________________________________ Part 1: Multiple Choice.
(4 pts each, 48 pts total)
Instructions: Bubble in the correct answer on your Scantron sheet AND circle the answer on your exam.
Each question has one correct answer. 1.) The answer to question 1 is B. Bubble in B on your Scantron™ form. 2.) Which has K ≠ PCO2 at equilibrium?
A.) Na2CO3 (solid) Na2O(solid) + CO2 (gas) B.) CaCO3(solid) CaO(solid) + CO2...
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