CHEM2090-FINAL-REVIEW - Intermolecular Forces, Liquids and...

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Chemistry 2090: Third Review Sheet Final: Thursday, December 9, 2:00 - 4:30pm You may not use a calculator that graphs or has an alphanumeric keyboard, i.e. devices that store text are not permitted. Cell phones and other devices that transmit information over distance are not permitted. You will be asked to leave all personal belongings other than pencils, pens, erasers, and calculators at the front of the room where you take the exam. Prof. Crane Office Hours Week of Dec 5 th : Tues 2 - 3 pm; Wed 2:30 – 4:00 pm The final will cover all topics discussed in the course, refer to Review sheets 1 and 2 in addition to those topics below. Outline of Topics for Review Gases (Chapter 6) Pressure (meaning and units) Gas Laws, Ideal gas law (P,V, T, n relationships), Avogadro’s principle Law of partial pressures Kinetic theory of gases Factors affecting effusion, relationships among rms velocity, kinetic energy and temperature Non-ideal gases, The van der Waals equation
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Unformatted text preview: Intermolecular Forces, Liquids and Solids (Chapter 12-1, beginning of 12-2, 12-5 12-6) Types of intermolecular forces and their relative strengths of interaction. Meaning of Dispersion or London forces Rationalization of melting points and boiling points in terms of intermolecular forces. Hydrogen bonding Types of solids: metallic, ionic, molecular and network Cubic close packing Repetitive structures and crystals Unit cell types, relationships among density, atomic radii and unit cell volumes X-ray diffraction – the Bragg equation Nuclear Chemistry (Chapter 25) Subatomic particles Balancing nuclear equations Common radioactive decay reactions (e.g. alpha decay, beta decay, positron decay) Half lives of radioactive isotopes, decay kinetics and radiocarbon dating Binding and disintegration energy, mass = energy. Stability of the elements as a function of Z, energetic considerations of decay pathways Nuclear fusion and fission...
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