Hw2,3-Int-Matter and Energy

Hw2,3-Int-Matter and Energy - Exercise Set GENERAL CONCEPTS...

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Exercise Set 2,3 GENERAL CONCEPTS of MATTER CHM 1025 Hw2,3-Int-Matter and Energy.wpd 1. Give the normal state (solid, liquid, or gas) of each of the following, i.e. , is each substance a solid, liquid, or gas at room temperature and average atmospheric pressure. a) copper b) isopropyl alcohol c) carbon dioxide d) carbon (diamond) e) bromine f) sodium hydrogen carbonate (baking soda) g) chlorine 2. Classify each of the following as either a pure substance or mixture . If it is a pure substance, decide whether it is an element compound . If a mixture of compounds, state whether the mixture is homogeneous heterogeneous . a) tap water b) distilled water gasoline d) bromine liquid and its vapor e) cube of sugar f) sugar solution g) sugar solution with sugar crystals on the bottom h) Bufferin tablet i) nitrogen gas j) brass k) partially molten iron l) iodized salt m) ink, containing a soluble dye and suspension of fine particles of carbon n) battery fluid o) 24 karat gold p) 14 karat gold q) air 2 3. A solution is made by dissolving 10.0 g of salt in 3.00 x 10 g of H O. What is the 2 composition of this solution in terms of percentage salt and percentage water by mass. 4. The following questions apply to the Law of Definite Proportions (or Constant Composition): Any sample of a pure compound contains the same elements in a fixed proportion by mass. a) Under very careful conditions, 4.23 grams of aluminum metal were heated in the 23 presence of excess oxygen to yield 7.99 grams of aluminum oxide (Al O ). Calculate the percent by mass composition of aluminum and oxygen in the Al O product. b) In one experiment, 1.00 gram of sodium metal was allowed to react with 10.00 grams of chlorine gas. The sodium was completely consumed and 2.54 grams of sodium chloride (table salt) was produced. In a second experiment, 1.00 gram of chlorine was allowed to react with 10.00 grams of sodium. The chlorine was completely consumed and 1.65 grams of sodium chloride was produced. Show that these results are consistent with the Law of Definite Composition. c) Sucrose (table sugar) has a mass composition of 42.1% C, 6.5% H, and 51.4% O. If a given sample of sucrose contains 0.625 gram C, how many grams of hydrogen and oxygen are present in the sample?
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course CHM 1025 taught by Professor J during the Summer '09 term at Santa Fe College.

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Hw2,3-Int-Matter and Energy - Exercise Set GENERAL CONCEPTS...

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