Chem 131
Quiz 4, due: Feb. 17, 2012
Name _
For one (or two) consumer product(s), identify four organic compounds that are ingredients in the product(s). For each
compound, complete the table below. Cite all references used on the bottom or on the back of
Using the Equilibrium Constant
February
Readings: 14.5
Problems:
Ch. 14
Easier
14 (74), 84
Harder
13, 15 (78), 17 (18, 19, 20, 82, 88 , 92,
94), 90
86, 120
The answers to these problems are in the back of your text. Problems given in parenthesis are eit
The Equilibrium Constant Kc
8 February 2016
Readings: 14.12
Problems:
Ch. 14
Easier
Harder
1 (52, 54), 3 (4, 66, 72), 50
2 (64), 60
n/a
The answers to these problems are in the back of your text. Problems given in parenthesis are either similar to the fir
Physics Exam 2 Chapters 6,7,8,9,10
Chapter 6- Circular Motion, Orbits, and Gravity
6.1 Uniform Circular Motion
Requires an acceleration directed toward the center of the circle
o This means there also has to be a force towards the center of the circle
Alt
Cell Potentials and Gibbs Free Energy
25 April 2016
Readings: 18.45
Problems:
Ch. 18
Easier
70
Harder
9 (10, 72, 74, 76), 11 (78)
148
The answers to these problems are in the back of your text. Problems given in parenthesis are either similar to the first
Using Standard Reduction Potentials
and the Nernst Equation
27 April 2016
Readings: 18.68
Problems:
Ch. 18
Easier
Harder
84
14 (15, 90, 92), 80 (82), 86 (88),
16 (17, 18, 19, 94, 96, 98), 100, 20 (21, 102)
140
The answers to these problems are in the back
The Equilibrium Constant K p
and Kinetics
15 February 2016
Readings: 14.34, 10
Problems:
Ch. 14
Easier
Harder
58 (62),
7 (8, 12), 112
9 (10, 56, 68), 11, 31 (32, 116, 118),
114, 21 (22, 76, 80, 96)
70, 124
The answers to these problems are in the back of
Chapter 13 Solutions and Their Physical Properties
13.1 Types of Solutions: Some Terminology
A solution is a homogeneous mixture
o Homo because its composition and properties are uniform throughout
o Mixture because it contains two or more substances in p
Galvanic Cells
22 April 2016
Readings: 18.23
Problems:
Ch. 18
Easier
n/a
Harder
5 (6, 60), 7 (62, 68), 8 (64, 66)
n/a
The answers to these problems are in the back of your text. Problems given in parenthesis are either similar to the first problem or ask
Balancing Redox Reactions
20 April 2016
Readings: 18.1
Problems:
Ch. 18
Easier
1 (2, 46, 50)
Harder
3 (52, 54), 4 (48, 56)
n/a
The answers to these problems are in the back of your text. Problems given in parenthesis are either similar to the first proble
Chem 131
Exam 1, Ch 8-10
100 Points
Name_
February 3, 2012
Please follow the instructions for each section of the exam. Show your work on all mathematical
problems. Provide answers with the correct units and significant figures. Be concise in your
answers
Chem 131
Exam 2, Ch 11, 12, 26
100 Points
Name_
February 29, 2012
Please follow the instructions for each section of the exam. Show your work on all mathematical
problems. Provide answers with the correct units and significant figures. Be concise in your
Chem 131
Exam 1, Ch 8-10
100 Points
Name_
February 3, 2012
Please follow the instructions for each section of the exam. Show your work on all mathematical
problems. Provide answers with the correct units and significant figures. Be concise in your
answers
Chem 131
Exam 2, Ch 11, 12, 26
100 Points
Name_
February 29, 2012
Please follow the instructions for each section of the exam. Show your work on all mathematical
problems. Provide answers with the correct units and significant figures. Be concise in your
Equilibrium and Electrolysis
29 April 2016
Readings: 18.9, 12, 14
Problems:
Ch. 18
Easier
n/a
Harder
104, 22 (23, 106, 108, 110), 122,
27 (124, 126), 29 (30, 128, 130)
132
The answers to these problems are in the back of your text. Problems given in paren