Chem 1022
______KEY A_________
5/8/07 , Prof. D. Leopold
Your Name (Optional)
FINAL
EXAM
(36 questions, 180 points, 5 points each)
This exam covers the following material in Silberberg's "Chemistry" (4
th
Edition, 2006):
Part I
(10 questions, 50 pts)
Chapter 13 Solutions
(Homework #1)
Chapter 16 Kinetics
(Homework #2)
Part II
(10 questions, 50 pts)
Chapter 17
Chemical Equilibrium
(Homework #3)
Chapter 18
Acid-Base Reactions
(Homework #4)
Chapter 19
(Section 1)
Buffers
(Homework #5, Topics 1 and 2)
Part III
(10 questions, 50 pts)
Chapter 19 (Sect. 2, 3)
Titrations, K
sp
and Solubility (HW #5, Topics 3 through 8)
Chapter 20
Entropy, Free Energy
(Homework #6)
Chapter 21
Electrochemistry
(Homework #7)
Part IV
(6 questions, 30 pts)
Chapter 22
(Sect. 2, 4) Cycles of C, N and P;
Aluminum (HW #8, Topics #1, 2)
Chapter 23
Transition Metals, Coordination Compounds
(HW #8, Topics #3-9)
Chapter 24
Nuclear Reactions
(Homework #8, Topics #10, 11)
You have
120 minutes
to do this exam.
The
1-page Equation Sheet (and periodic table)
is attached as the
last page
of this exam.
Feel free to tear it off.
Please remember to use a #2 or softer pencil, and bubble in on the answer sheet:
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You will not be penalized for incorrect answers,
so you should answer every question.
Each question is graded 5 or 0; there is no partial credit.
If you fill in more than one answer no credit will be given.
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