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Unformatted text preview: / EXAM II CHM lSllN WIKRENT NAME: lat/k Sol uHe Ionic Compun “d5 lmpurtanfi Exceptions; Eampounds contaim‘ng E03," None Calng-g" None. CE“ Comgormtts offing 1133+, em Pb}? E»:- Cameo 5.111635 of Ag“, Hg; d Ply-3% 1‘" Coz‘npmmds $511K+, Hg; 2+, and P112; 5043‘ Commands: of 3:31 ’83? Hgfi and 131:?21" 1133 nimble [unit Compounds [mpurta at Emeyfic‘mfi Compmxnds Emma'ng Contpmmris of Md; “3, the alkali metai eat-Ema, and Ca: 2 5:34; and ma” c051“ Compounds of WH4+ an d Hm aika ti metal C-ah‘i‘li‘ifé P043” Compounds of EKE'HS arid the aikali meta! rations:- CH“ Compounds of the at kali metal cations, and, NH; {£1331 51-3“; and: Ba?“ 1. (70155; io'pbifits'bér reaction) ' Write the balanced molecular, total ionic and net ionic equations for the following reactions. Aqueous Solutions of the following reactions would be added together. a. Ironfll) Nitrate + Sodium Carbonate -) pg (nebula?) + 104160337) _7 112C055) + avail/03 (up '- /‘ -\— Faun + 7,100; + 7,100: *LO; "'3 “403(5) + 11”“ + l 5 1+ L h lie + CD -—" {*6 C O S (c D b. Potassium Chloride + Silver (I) Nitrate '9 “0 l0 F 0/ 1436+ aunt); h») A7305) 1‘ [CL + ’00; 'p‘afit +Ct‘ fl—a DfiUKSl Ci Cobalt (HI) Bromide + Lead (11) Acetate (C2H3Og‘) '9 3003+ r (agr— + BPb—M” 1"& CLHSD: P3 QCO77+ :— lg C? H30; 1- §?b 99f; {s} 3952;) f mqu a 5% M to a. 1+ — 1753/; o Pb (“If Lgrgpra (SJ d. Ammonium Carbonate + Barium Nitrate 9 (NHL!)wa QC) + 13a (r)ng @5—9 Z N‘Hq 1005 (qt) +— EoLCos L5) 6. Lithium Phosphate + Iron (III) Nitrate '9 L? 5113:, tip 1* {Ce (Mgfiffij L-lmas'éfl + 4:8 7104(5) + 4“ 1' 310B; 1~ R@O%(S) ., — ‘ 5L:- + 1" +6 TEVOQB “:1 BL‘ $513+ Jr Rpm“ @3904 (b) f. NH40H + Pb(NO3)2 -) ?b ['50: 7,011) *4! ’Pubrbzg.) *‘2 m4 m3 6‘3”) ZN-HqOH @173 * + loo” r s zo— +?%”raflk* —e ?blmbz<fl ’kzflm 2m¢+ H I 7);, LIME; LS) -—-3 Vb‘lfl’ .k g. CaBrz + NaOH -) l 2 Ida @rétr) Congamx *ZNaOH @fl «3 CACOHULc-gr) / 1_ LABS“ +—l%/ c;‘¥L%F *1“ 2. Predict Whether the following molecules would be soluble or form an insoluble precipitate when mixed With water. (1 Opts) a. NaCl 60W b. K3PO4 33W 9- Ba(NO3)2 90lwa (1. Lead (H) Carbonate ‘M SMU ‘ W 6. Magnesium Phosphate MM rybl [ ( PML-L p1 3 . Given the equation came + fume 2602‘s” Blane: 1f 200.0 grams of C2H5 is burned in excess oxygen gas, calculate the number of liters of C02 formed at STP. STP is the standard pressure and temperature measurement, Pressure is 1 atm and Temperature is 273K. The Gas Constant R = 00821 Latm/molK(10pts) [MC-blitz” ML : l5.33 W C02, .0 C ll 7‘ 7,00 3 ‘L «2‘ 50'05 Ciu‘a “ALCle Pfil W l/L’ I125— .13 = 7. “5 \b-‘5 573 (DzflgcnQ 43.0%“ v, A}: —‘ Sir T9 \ V / l— .X" OZ— 4. Like Aluminum, Zinc reacts with aqueous sulfuric acid to form hydrogen gas: ‘Z Zoler Zn (5) + H2804 (aq) w) ZnSO4 (aq) + H; (g) Determine the amount of Zinc reacted if 201 mL of H1 is collected over water at 27 DC and at abarometric pressure of 733 mmHg. (760 mmI-lg = lafm) (lOpts) p: jasmuflx :2 7wij (9 00751070wa [Wm‘l'u‘flhzog/ ‘ m" Mam 'Wg" 'j V: lair/A x; [L : DJOH/ trim V“ ? 0.513% 23.4 vow '92 1- o W? W mien to PM T, 9:) +173 : 3200b mp3; 1 0M 0L WW Dir “samba [LT ” tom race) A —, 0.007sw70W0P1-lz » W9. ...
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