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1. A 12.3 3 quantity of water is initially a 25.05 ”C. A 873 J quantity of heat is added to the water. What is the ﬁnal
temperature of the water? The specific heat capacity of water is 4
Test-Like Questions for Chapter 5
1) Convert 1.50 atm to torr.
A) 760 torr
B) 875 torr
C) 1140 torr
D) 1000 torr
E) 1520 torr
2) What volume (in mL) will a sample of F2 gas occupy in a syringe at 5.5
The Final Lecture!
Intermolecular Forces
The first three sections of Chapter 11
FONClBrIC!
Determine the kinds of intermolecular forces that are present in each element
or compound.
a.Kr
b.NCl3
c.SIH4
Chapter 10
Part I
VSEPR Theory : Deducing 3-D Shapes from Lewis Structures
Part II
Valence Bond Theory: A Qualitative Theory That Explains Molecular
Structure
These theories allow us to take Lewis str
Chapter 1
Matter, Atoms, and Molecules
Matter takes up space and has mass.
The matter is composed of atoms.
In nature, atoms are normally bound to other atoms.
A molecule is a specific arrangement
Chapter 5: Gas Laws
Gas laws are mathematical expressions that relate the
key properties of a gas.
P = pressure
V = volume
T = temperature in Kelvin
n = number of moles
Digression: Degrees of Freedom
Using Chemical Reactions to Predict Mass Changes:
Stoichiometry
Recipe
4 eggs
1 c milk
10 slices of bread
10 pcs of French Toast
4 eggs + 1 c milk + 10 slices bread 10 pcs of French toast
4 eggs + 1 c
Chapter 6: Intro to Chemical Thermodynamics
Thermodynamics is the study of energy and its
interconversions.
The first law of thermodynamics states that the total
amount of energy in the universe is
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1. .A system absorbs 323 kJ of heat and the system does 198 kl of work on the surroundings. What is the change in
internal energy of the system?
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1. A student wants to make a 300 mL solution of 0.015 M NaOH from a 2.0 M NaOH stock solution. What volume of the
concentrated stock solution I5 required?
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Chapter 9: Using the Lewis Model of Chemical Bonding
Lewis Electron-Dot Notation of Main Group Atoms
Lewis Electron-Dot Structures for Binary Ionic Compounds
Predicting Relative Lattice Energies of Bi