E3-notes - ± Any other major points from the primary sections of this chapter Chapter 8 ± pH Buffers and Henderson-Hasselbalch equation ± Common

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CHEM 1310 (Section L) Fall 2007 Exam #3 Study Guide Chapter 6 ± Know how to write an equilibrium expression from a balanced chemical equation ± Know how to calculate K whether in molar concentration or partial pressure or combination ± Recognize heterogeneous equilibria ± Mathematical manipulations of K when combining chemical reactions ± Calculate Q and compare to K ± Le Chatelier’s principle and its implications in a chemical reaction ± Any other major points from the primary sections of this chapter Chapter 7 ± Definitions of acids and bases: Arrhenius, Bronsted-Lowry ± Conjugate Acid-base pairs ± Polyprotic acids/bases ± Amphoterism – be able to recognize this ± Calculate K a or K b and express these terms from a chemical equation ± pH meaning and its calculations ± pOH and its calculations ± Acid strength – meaning and its calculations and relationships
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Unformatted text preview: ± Any other major points from the primary sections of this chapter Chapter 8 ± pH, Buffers and Henderson-Hasselbalch equation ± Common ion effect ± pH Titrations ± Solubility calculations ± K sp expressions and calculations ± Molar solubility and mass solubility – meaning and relevant calculations ± Effect of pH of common ion on solubility Chapter 9 ± Energy changes, heat, enthalpy and work ± State functions ± ± H reaction , ± H° rxn , etc calculations ± Mathematical manipulations of enthalpy changes ± Enthalpy for phase changes ± Calorimetry ± Hess’s Law and related calculations ± Standard enthalpies of formation for reactions ± Any other major points from the primary sections of this chapter...
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This note was uploaded on 08/23/2011 for the course CHEM 1310 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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