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Unformatted text preview: &+ 6SULQJ %UHDN (GLWLRQ 1. You know that it is time for a break when students are e-mailing to let you know you look like that guy, Professor Snape, in the Harry Potter movies. This is somewhat alarming after spending two decades being identified as looking like Nicholas Cage. Time to start taking my antioxidants. 2. Quiz 3 results were not so greatshockingly only a little over 0% at first pass. I think it was a combination of thingsdifficult material, a level of execution in problem solving is just so much higher than anything you have seen, and of course, the fact that it is already Spring Break in many of your minds. , ZLOO GHFLGH DIWHU WKH EUHDN RQ DQ\ NLOOHG TXHVWLRQV Here is hoping that on the other side of spring break that VWXG\LQJ IRU H[DP 2 begins in earnest. 3. Printed below is a first pass at the 30 question types for exam 2 which will be given 0DUFK . This may seem like it is a month away, but one of the unusual truths of the spring semester is that on the other side thing barrel toward finals at an alarming rate. In particular, while I will have completed the presentation of water chemistry (the material for which you scored a 0% average on the last quiz), we ZLOO have just three lectures to learn electrochemistry (about a third of exam 2) after you return. &+ LV KDUG Exam 2: 30 question types 1. Calculating simple buffers 2. Identifying buffers (after neutralization) 3. Ranking acidity and basicity based on equilibrium constants 4. Buffer capacity 5. Buffer neutralization calculation 6. Identifying features of a titration curve 7. Titration calculation 8. Titration calculation 9. Estimating solubility from K sp 10. Calculating molar solubility from K sp 11. Common ion calculation 12. Selective precipitation 13. Approximations of acid base equations 14. polyprotic acid equilibria 15. polyprotic acid calculations 16. Mass and charge balance 17. Setting up complex equilibrium problems 18. Equilibrium expressions for a polyprotic acid 19. Equilibria Calculations: dilute solutions 20. Equilibrium Calculations: sulfuric acid case 21. Equilibrium Calculations: weak polyprotic acids...
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- Spring '07