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Lecture_Notes_113009b - 105b Final Exam Review Fall 2009...

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105b Final Exam Review Fall 2009
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How to study for the final 1. Retake the old exams and practice exams. 2. Look at notes from class. 3. Reread sections in the textbook that you do not fully understand. 4. Do practice problems especially the integrated problems. 5. Come to office hours Monday Dec. 7 th 8 am – 12 noon. 6. Try problems from other textbooks (can be found in SGM 223). 7. Relax, you know more than you think you do!
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Final Exam Material z Chapter 12: Sections 12.1 – 12.8 { Reaction rates { Rate laws, determining form, overall order, rate constant (k) { Integrated rate laws (1 st , 2 nd and 0 th order) { Reaction mechanisms { Model of chemical kinetics (Arrhenius equation, energy profiles) { Catalysis
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Final Exam Material z Chapter 13: Sections 13.1 – 13.7 { Equilibrium expressions, concentration and pressure, equilibrium constant (K) { Reaction Quotient (Q) { Calculating equilibrium pressures and concentrations { Le Châteliers principle, effect of concentration, effect of temperature, effect of pressure
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Final Exam Material z Chapter 14: Sections 14.1 – 14.12
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