CHEM1030 4 Exam I Fall, 2007 Dr. Ring
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1. The fact that gold does NOT corrode is a _ property.
2. The melting of ice to liquid water is correctly classified as
a. A physical property
3. Which of the following is a physical property of matter?
a. Freezes at -10 F.
4. Which of the fo
Study Guide: Exam 2 Chem 1030 (Dr. Ring) Earlier stuff you especially need to remember: Unit Conversions (Ch1) Names/Ionic Charges of compounds (Ch2) Names/Charges of Acids/Bases (Ch2) and Neutralization Reactions (Ch4): While you should be able to d
CHAPTER 6: INTERACTIONS BETWEEN MOLECULES
6.1 The 3 States of Matter and Transitions b/w Them
-solid, liquid, gas
@ molecular level, depends only on temperature; directly related
molar heat of fusion: heat per mole of solid required for me
7.10 Insolubility can result in a Chemical Reaction
-complete ionic equation includes ions that are unaltered on both sides of the equation
-net ionic equation: includes only ions that participate in the reaction
-spectator ions: the ions left out of the
CHAPTER 7 SOLUTION
Most chemical reactions take place in a solution
7.1 General Aspects of Solution Formation
solute: substance in smaller amount
solvent: substance in larger amount
*there is a limit to the amount of solid solute that can be dissolved in
CHAPTER 8: CHEMICAL REACTIONS
8.1 Reaction Rates
chemical kinetics: study of the factors affecting the rates of chemical reactions
rate = moles of product appearing / elapsed time
-collisions must occur
rate of collisions depends on:
concentration of r