Chem%206B_F10%20hol%20-%20Review%20for%20Final%20Exam

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Review for the Final Exam (Fall 2010) Chem 6B - Prof. John E. Crowell Chem 6B: Final Exam Review 1 - Final Exam: Final Exam: Wednesday, Dec. 8th, 11:30 AM Wednesday, Dec. 8th, ± 2:30 PM, 2:30 PM, in room 2722 York Hall. Note: You may come early & begin the Final at 11:15 am if you wish (& if the room is cleared & available). We will have to clear the room shortly after 2:30 We will have to clear the room shortly after 2:30 PM. - To prepare for the Final, review the 7 exams you²ve been given (5 Practice Exams & 2 Midterms), the 6 Online Quizzes, the 2 In-Section Quizzes, the Lecture Sample Problems, the Homework Assignments, the Lecture Notes, especially the 3 Review Session notes you have been given. The comprehensive equation sheet is available on WebCT; you should review it and become familiar with it. Solutions for the Practice Final will be put online on Sunday evening, Dec. 5th. - Unfortunately, the Chem 6B Helproom has closed for the quarter. I will have special office hours on Tuesday, Dec. 7 th from 1-3 8 PM in 3221 Urey Hall. Chem Chem 6B Final Exam Info 6B Final Exam Info Final Exam is Wednesday Dec. 8 Final Exam is Wednesday Dec. 8 th th 11:30 am 11:30 am ± 2:30 pm, 2722 York Hall 2:30 pm, 2722 York Hall z 35 questions 35 questions ¾ 5 from Ch. 6 (q, w, 5 from Ch. 6 (q, w, ' U, U, ' H, C H, C V , C , C P , etc.) , etc.) ¾ 5 from Ch. 7 (entropy and free energy) 5 from Ch. 7 (entropy and free energy) ¾ 5 from Ch. 8 (phase diagrams, properties of solutions) 5 from Ch. 8 (phase diagrams, properties of solutions) ¾ 5 from Ch. 9 ( 5 from Ch. 9 ( equilibria equilibria ) ¾ 7 from Ch. 10 (acid 7 from Ch. 10 (acid ± base chemistry) base chemistry) ¾ 8 from Ch. 11 (buffers, titrations, solubility) 8 from Ch. 11 (buffers, titrations, solubility) z I will provide an I will provide an Eqn Eqn Sheet, Sheet, Scantron Scantron & Paper; & Paper; z You bring a Calculator, pencils, & ID.
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Review for the Final Exam (Fall 2010) Chem 6B - Prof. John E. Crowell Chem 6B: Final Exam Review 2 Polyprotic Polyprotic Acids Acids H 3 A (aq) + H 2 O (l) ļ H 3 O + (aq) + H 2 A - (aq) ] (aq) A H [ ] (aq) A [H ] (aq) O H [ A) (H 3 2 3 3 1 ± ² a a K K H 2 A - (aq) + H 2 O (l) ļ H 3 O + (aq) + HA 2- (aq) ] (aq) A H [ ] (aq) HA ][ (aq) O H [ ) A (H 2 2 2 3 2 ± ± ² ± a a K K ] (aq) HA [ ] (aq) A ][ (aq) O H [ ) (HA 2 3 3 2 3 ± ± ² ± a a K K HA 2- (aq) + H 2 O (l) ļ H 3 O + (aq) + A 3- (aq) -a c ids w i th mo re than one ion i zab lep ro ton ACID STRENGTH Successive Successive K
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Review for the Final Exam (Fall 2010) Chem 6B - Prof. John E. Crowell Chem 6B: Final Exam Review 3 Sample Problem #5 Sample Problem #5 z Consider the following reaction: Consider the following reaction: CH CH
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