Exam_2 Fall 2000

Exam_2 Fall 2000 - Chemistry 1410 Fall, 2000 Exam 2 Name:...

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1 Chemistry 1410 Fall, 2000 Exam 2 Name: SSN: Date: 31 October 00 EXAM GUIDELINES: 1. Closed book, closed notes. 2. The only items allowed are your writing instruments, erasers, and calculators. 3. Once the exam begins, you may not share or borrow anything from anybody else. 4. This exam has 4 fill in the blank (16 points total), 19 multiple-choice questions (3 points each, 57 points total), and three long answer question (27 points total) to be answered in a period of 75 minutes. There is no penalty for guessing on the multiple-choice questions. 5. For each multiple-choice question, select the choice that best completes the statement or answers the questions. 6. You may use the pages of this examination for your scratch work. 7. Answers to calculations must be given with the correct number of significant figures and the correct units.
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2 FILL IN THE BLANKS: 1. (3 points) Write the names for the following acids: HI HClO HC 2 H 3 O 2 2. (2 points) Write the formulas for the following acids: sulfurous acid carbonic acid 3. (8 points) Classify each of the following compounds as 1) an acid, base, salt, or molecular compound and 2) as a weak electrolyte, strong electrolyte, or nonelectrolyte. Compound Acid, Base, Salt, or Weak, Strong, or Molecular Compound Non- Electrolyte CsOH H 3 PO 4 C 2 H 5 OH K 2 SO 4 4. (3 points) For each of the following situations, indicate whether the selected variable will increase, decrease, or remain constant for the described change. At constant amount and temperature, what will happen to the pressure of a gas if the volume is decreased? At constant amount and pressure, what
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Exam_2 Fall 2000 - Chemistry 1410 Fall, 2000 Exam 2 Name:...

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