Disc_Sect_7 - Chemistry 104 B/D Key Ideas from Lecture#7...

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Chemistry 104 B/D Discussion Section Worksheet Discussion Section #7 Key Ideas from Lecture #7: Equilibrium Temperature: Δ G nonstandard: Δ G and equilibrium: Let’s think about these concepts for a bit. .. Quiz today… Problems: Hour Exam I, Fall 2006, #6 Carbon monoxide poisoning can take place because Hemoglobin (Hgb) binds to carbon monoxide more tightly than oxygen. The reaction can be described as follows: HgbO 2 (aq) + CO (aq) Æ HgbCO (aq) + O 2 (aq) Keq = 60 What is Δ G o for this reaction at room temperature? Stuck? Start by looking at Sample Exercises 16.13 and the proceeding discussion (pgs 772 of Zumdahl). Hour Exam I, Spring 2007, #11 You are trying to learn more about the process of calcination, which involves converting CaCO 3 (limestone) into quicklime (CaO). Quicklime played an important role in the construction of Roman aqueducts and other buildings; it was commonly mixed with water and used as mortar in order to hold the large stones together. Being a chemist, you are interested learning a bit more
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Disc_Sect_7 - Chemistry 104 B/D Key Ideas from Lecture#7...

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