El Paso Community College TM
Exam 1 Review
1) Water, H2O, is an example of a(n)
D) electric charge.
2) In this list, which substance can be classified as a chem
Kinetic Model and Pressure.
The force on a wall can be calculated using Newtons Second Law of Motion:
force, F, equals the rate of change of momentum, F = p/t.
Each molecule of mass m with an x-component of its
velocity vx, upon colliding with the wall, c
Chem 434 Spring 2016
Homework for Chapter 1
Homework due Wednesday in class, February 17
From Atkins- Physical Chemistry, 10th Ed.
Classical Integrated Average Relationship
If a classical system has a coordinate x, the probability of finding the
system at any point x is given by the probability distribution function
P(x ), then the average value of a parameter A( x ) is given by the
Chapter 3. The Second Law
The First Law tells us that the energy of the universe is constant - energy
is conserved but it says nothing about the spontaneity of physical and
Consider the formation of water:
H2(g) + O2(g) 6 H2O(l) f
Chapter 2. The First Law
Thermodynamics is study of the
transformations of energy.
1st law of thermodynamics
(conservation of energy):
Do you remember
what the 0th Law of
Energy is neither created nor
consumed, it simply changes f
EXAM 3 11-5-13 CHEM 314» M02 NAME
For the following pairs of pounds<ircle the MOST acidic compound. [2 pts ch]
cu?) cuz c0211: _ 0A5 Cur; COLH
CH3 CHLbil @fégulcoau
C) <&:> Q§A%
There are two key steps in the mechanism of nucleophilic acyl substi
The Art of Seeing Essay
Rue Transnonain, April 15, 1834
Honor Daumier is a press caricaturist in 19th century France and one of the most
renowned printmakers ever to work on lithographs. He wa
Copyright 2009 by Robyn Hayes, Chemistry Department, New Mexico State University,
Carlsbad. Updated 2013.
USING A SCIENTIFIC CALCULATOR
To help students become familiar with the various functions on their own scientific calculator.
KEY A. Romero 2009
Nomenclature of Inorganic Compounds (KEY)
1. Name the following ionic compounds formed from simple (single atom) cations and anions:
MODULE 7: Physical and Chemical Properties
A) ABSTRACT: This laboratory exercise allows students to determine execute a proper
separation of certain solids in a mixture of solids. Separation was performed in different
procedures such a