CHEMISTRY 1032 (PRICE) – INFORMATION FOR EXAM IV
Tuesday APRIL 27
TH
Review Session:
Monday, April 26
th
4:00 – 6:00 pm Kiva Aud (Ritter)
The review
sessions will be videotaped and can be accessed through MSRC’s Blackboard site.
Exam IV will cover the material I lectured on from chapters 17 and 18.
There will be a variety of different
types of problems – multiple choice, truefalse, fill in the blank, brief explanations, ordering, and numerical
problems.
Some questions will taken directly from (or will be very similar to) examples and problems in the
textbook, the
MasteringChemistry
homework, and the ones I did in class. You will be given a periodic table
and some equations (see page 3).
The following study guide and suggested problems should help you prepare
for the exam.
In addition, you should try the Back Exam IV (on Blackboard); the answers will be posted on
Monday April 26
th
at 6:00 pm.
Here is summary of what is covered in these two chapters and what I expect you to know:
Chapter 17
Enthalpy,
∆
H:
understand what this is in terms of heat,
∆
H = q
p
(const. P).
Know what standard states are.
Be able to calc.
∆
H°
rxn
from
∆
H°
f
values  units of kJ/mol. Know the 1
st
Law of Thermodynamics
Entropy, S:
understand what this is in terms of disorder/randomness  units J/K or J/mol.K.
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 Spring '06
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 Chemistry, Electrochemistry, Redox, standard reduction potentials, Ecell

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