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Exam 2 Partial Pract - e increases released exothermic 8 Which of the following has a higher frequency than near infrared a Microwaves b Radio

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6. What type of orbital is designated n = 4, l = 3, m = -1 A. 3p B. 3s C. 4p D. 4d E. 4f
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7. When solid barium hydroxide octahydrate is mixed with solid ammonium thiocyanate in a beaker whose outside has been moistened, the beaker freezes to a block of wood. Choose the proper statement completions: The temperature of the beaker contents --------------- because energy is ---------- in this -------------- reaction. a. increases, absorbed, endothermic b. decreases, absorbed, exothermic c. decreases, released, exothermic d. decreases, absorbed, endothermic
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Unformatted text preview: e. increases, released, exothermic 8. Which of the following has a higher frequency than near infrared? a. Microwaves b. Radio waves c. X rays d. Far infrared e. Radar 9. Which of the following has a greater wavelength than microwaves? a. Radar b. Far infrared c. X rays d. Gamma rays e. Near infrared 10. How many grams of F2 must react with NaCl in the following reaction if 800 kJ of energy are released? 2NaCl + F2 = 2NaF + Cl2 Delta H = -320 kJ a. 47.5 b. 95.0 c. 40.0 d. 125 e. 190...
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2010 for the course CHEM 130 taught by Professor Jadwigasipowska during the Spring '07 term at University of Michigan.

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Exam 2 Partial Pract - e increases released exothermic 8 Which of the following has a higher frequency than near infrared a Microwaves b Radio

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