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FINAL STUDY GUIDE CH1-3

FINAL STUDY GUIDE CH1-3 - Final Study Chapters 1-3 The...

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Final Study Chapters 1-3 Final Study Chap 1-3 F09.doc Page 1 The questions on this Final Study guide indicate the questions you will have but usually not the choices or the specific compound or calculation you need to do. Also, in questions where I have included specific information such as Chapter 1 #3, specifics such as the 22 , the milliliters , and the deciliters will probably be different. This still tells you the type of question you can prepare for. Helpful information: Conversion factors: 2.54 cm = 1 in 0.62 mi = 1 km 1Angstrom ( A o ) = 1 –10 m 1 mile = 1.609 km ˙F = ˙C x 1.8 + 32 1 C alorie = 10 3 calories 4.184 J = 1 cal Constants: c= 3.00 x 10 8 ms –1 h = 6.626 x 10 -34 J s Sp ht of water = 4.185 J/g•C Equations: " E = -2.178 x 10 -18 J 1 n final 2 # 1 n initial 2 $ % & & ( ) ) Also the information on Ionic solubilities and Strong Acids will be given. ___________________________________________________________________________ Chapter 1 1. Which of the following is a chemical change? 2. Given a distance of 230 kilometers. What is that distance in meters? 3. A dose of medication was prescribed to be 22 milliliters. Which of the following expresses that volume in deciliters? 4. Which of the following represents the largest volume? (Values given with different units) 5. A large pizza has a diameter of 21 inches. Express this diameter in millimeters.. 6. The area of a pizza is 132.6 in 2 . Express this area in square micrometers. 7. A speed is given as 15.0 km/hr. What is this speed in mi/minute? 8. Given that 1 inch = 2.54 cm, 1 cm 3 is equal to 9. At a very low pressure there are about 2.7 × 10 10 molecules in one cubic meter of a gas. How many molecules is this per cubic centimeter? 10. Which of the following is not an S.I. base unit? 11. Which of the following abbreviations of the given SI base unit is incorrect?
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Final Study Chapters 1-3 Final Study Chap 1-3 F09.doc Page 2 12. The S.I. base unit of XXX is 13. Which of the following correctly shows how to convert a density of 20.1 g cm
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