CH 102_study_guide_Spring_2010 Exam 1

CH 102_study_guide_Spring_2010 Exam 1 - Chapter 11...

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Chapter 11: Intermolecular forces (skip 11.13) - identify intermolecular forces present in molecules - predict trends in physical properties (e.g. melting point, boiling point, H vap etc) - understand viscosity, capillary action, and surface tension - know relationship between cubic unit cells of solids and atomic radius/density - be able to classify crystalline solids - be able to interpret phase diagrams - be able to use the Clausius–Claperyron equation - be able to calculate heat absorbed (or released) in a heating (or cooling ) curve Chapter 12: Solutions and Colligative Properties (skip 12.8)
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Unformatted text preview: -definition of solute, solvent, and solubility-understand effect of temperature on solubility of gases in liquids and solids in liquids-be able to calculate mole fraction, molarity and molality-Henry law and Raoults Law-Calculate colligative properties (boiling point elevation, freezing point depression, osmotic pressure)-Predict trends in colligative properties of solutions-Van’t Hoff factor and ion-pairing NO EQUATIONS WILL BE GIVEN ALL CONSTANTS WILL BE PROVIDED...
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  • Fall '09
  • Dr.S
  • Chemistry, Mole, pH, Colligative properties, Freezing-point depression, Cubic unit cells

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