CHEM 1030 Practice Exam 1

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Dr.
Curtiss
thinks
the
equlivalent
name
of
 “ammonium
cerium
(IV)
nitrate”
is
much
more
clear.
Please
write
out
the
molecular
 formula
for
ammonium
cerium
(IV)
nitrate.
Hint:
compounds
must
charge
balance.
(2
 points)
 
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 9.
The
compound
Pb(N3)2
reacts
explosively
to
form
Pb
+
N2.
Write
a
balanced
 equation
for
this
reaction.
(3
points)
 
 
 
 
 
 9a.
What
type
of
reaction
is
this?
________________________________________________(1
point)
 
 
 2
 10.
Phosphine
(PH3)
can
be
made
by
a
process
similar
to
ammonia
(NH3).
 
 P
(s)
+
H2
(g)
‐>
PH3
(g)
 
 a.
If
I
start
with
3.7
milligrams
of
phosphorus
how
many
grams
of
phosphine
will
I
 produce?
(assume
no
limiting
reagent)
(6
points)
Show
all
work.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 b.
What
type
of
reaction
is
this?
(1
point)
________________________________________________
 
 
 11.
I
perform
an
experiment
where
the
volume
of
the
vessel
is
14.73
m3.
The
journal
 I...
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