11500-T Exam 1 (Test 11) 09/18/12
1. In the Characterization of Compounds lab, which of the following observations could have
been used to determine the identity of an unknown?
Formation of a precipitate (c
Lecture 4 Daily Page, Friday, August 30, 2013
How nuclear changes differ in
general, from chemical changes.
The meanings of radioactivity,
nucleon, nuclide, and isotope.
Characteristics of three types of
radioactive emissions: , , a
Reading was: 6.1-6.6
Exam 1, Mon. Sept 23, 6:30-7:30
Be there at 6:05 PM
Bring your PUID, seat assignment, pencils,
No translators or cell phones
Calculator: Non-programmable, NO
Not solar, they do not work wel
Lecture 5 Daily Page, Friday, September 6, 2013
Radioactive decay is a first-order
process; meaning of decay rate
and specific activity.
Meaning of decay half-life.
What is mass defect and how it
relates to nuclear binding energy.
Dr. John J. Nash; BRWN 4103C; phone: 494-0175; e-mail: [email protected]
Ms. Tanya Katzman; BRWN 1144; phone: 494-5250; e-mail: [email protected] (Lecture)
Mr. Ao Zeng; BRWN 1144;
CHM 115 Exam Study Guide
Definitions and Notes
Frequency = Number of complete waves (cycles) that pass a given
point per second
Units: s or Hertz (Hz)
Wavelength = Distance between any point on a wave and the
corresponding point on the next trough (