Chemistry 105, Exam 4 Practice

Chemistry 105, Exam 4 Practice - Chemistry 105 Exam 4...

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Chemistry 105 General Disclaimer: I have not seen the test. This Exam 4 Practice Test practice exam is based on the types of questions you Covering Chapters 15, 19, 16 (with may see. This is supplementary study material only! Sections 2.8 and 4.3) * Indicates that the question was taken or derived from Chemistry: The Central Science by Brown, LeMay, and Bursten. Other questions are similar (but not from) Dr. Nielson’s previous 105 exams. Use correct significant figures and units for each answer. Show all your work. 1. Your glossary fell apart and you need to put it back together so you can sell your book back at the end of the semester (unless you’re going to take 106 in which case you better keep it). Match the following terms with their proper definitions. i. 0th Law of Thermodynamics ____ ii. 1st Law of Thermodynamics __ __ iii. 2nd Law of Thermodynamics ____ iv. 3rd Law of Thermodynamics ____ v. Arrhenius acids and bases ____ vi. Amphiprotic ____ vii. Brønsted-Lowry acids and bases __ __ viii. Catalyst ____ ix. Enthalpy __ __ x. Entropy ____ xi. Equilibrium ____ xii. Exergonic ____ xiii. Le Châtlier’s Principle __ __ xiv. Lewis acids and bases ____ xv. Microstates __ __ xvi. Quotient __ __ xvii. Spontaneity ____ A. Acid: Electron-pair acceptor; Base: Electron-pair donor B. Acid: H + donor; Base: - OH donor. C. Acid: H + donor; Base: H + acceptor. D. Energy is conserved or Δ E = q + w. E. The various potential arrangements and movements of molecules. F. You have to play the game. G. A substance that changes the speed of a chemical reaction without reacting itself. H. A thermodynamic function associated with microstates. I. A reaction in which the products are a lower energy state than the reactants. J. Spontaneous reactions lead to an increase in entropy in the universe. K. Having a capacity to act as an acid or a base. L. The point in which the forward reaction rate is equal to the reverse reaction rate. M. At absolute zero, entropy equals zero.
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