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Unformatted text preview: alysis Calculations – Use molarity and volume to solve for moles. – Use the balanced chemical equation to determine mole‐to‐mole ratios needed to solve problems. – Calculate the molarity of a compound or an ion in a solution. – Use the dilution equation: M1 V1 = M2 V2 for dilution problems Acid‐Base Titrations – Know the definitions for standard solution, acid‐ base indicators, titration, and endpoint. – Solve problems using titration data. Mass Percent Concentraton: M/M%= mass of solute 100% mass of solution – – – Solve for or use mass percent concentration in various calculations. Solve for mass percent concentration for mixtures (e.g. % CaCO3 in limestone) Solve a variety of problems combining molarity, mass percent concentration, and topics covered from previous chapters. Chapter 6: Properties of Gases Know the physical properties of gases. Know definition for a vacuum and how a manometer works. Gas pressure and Atmospheric pressure – Standard atmospheric pressure: 760 torr at 0˚C – Be able to convert between units of pressure: 1 atm 760 torr 760 mmHg = 101.325 kPa CHEM 161 Exam 2 Study Guide F...
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