EXSET_2 - Swieter; p1 of 4 CHM1040 Question Set #2...

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Swieter; p1 of 4 CHM1040 Question Set #2 FU NDAMENTAL LAWS OF CHEMISTRY 1. If 16.0 g of oxygen react completely with 2.0 g of hydrogen to produce water, what mass of water is g of oxygen react completely with 2.0 g of hydrogen to produce water, what mass of water is produced? What natural law are you using to determine the mass of the water? If 4.0 g of oxygen are reacted with 2.0 g of hydrogen to produce water and leftover hydrogen, what mass of hydrogen is leftover? What is the mass of water produced? On what natural laws are your responses based? 2. Consider these hypothetical examples of the work of John Dalton on the mythical elements Gazook (G) and Mudd (M) under differing experimental conditions: a. 1.00 g G + 3.00 g M 4.00 g of a new pure stuff, Compound I b. 1.00 g G + 6.00 g M 7.00 g of another pure stuff, Compound II c. 1.00 g G + 9.00 g M 10.00 g of yet another pure stuff, Compound III i) What natural law can be used to derive simplest formulas for the products from these data? ii) Now, for a, b, and c respectively, what are the SIMPLEST formulas for the products that are consistent with the data? iii) If GM 2 is an acceptable formula for compound I, what are acceptable formulas for the other products?
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2011 for the course CHM 1045 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at Santa Fe College.

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EXSET_2 - Swieter; p1 of 4 CHM1040 Question Set #2...

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