4. You are driving down the road at a constant speed. Another car going a bit faster catches up with you and passes
you. Draw a position graph for both vehicles on the same set of axes, and note the point on the graph where the other
18 mL of 2M of potassium oxalate were added to a beaker and a buret was filled with 25mL of
hydrogen peroxide. The mixture was heated and 9mL of oxalic acid were added. Once the
precipitate dissolved The solution was filtered and transferred to a beaker a
several years. Gases emitted from a volcano include Carbon Dioxide,
which is a "greenhouse" gas. It prevents heat from being radiated from the ground
into space. At first, eruptions may lower global temperatures, but
the ash settles
and the e
Equilibrium and Ksp Study Guide
1. Chemical equilibrium exists when
a. no processes occur.
b. two similar forward processes occur.
c. two opposing processes occur at different rates.
d. two opposing processes occur at the same rate.
2. What symb
Separation into subgroups (Step 1)
About 10 drops of 6M ammonium chloride were added to the solution containing
the 4 cations. After that 15M NH3 were added until the solution turned towards
litmus. Next, 5 drops of _were added and solution was
Effect of Concentration on the Cell Potential
The electrodes were then reconnected to the voltmeter and the potential was
recorded. This step was repeated with 10mL of a 0.0010M solution of AgNO3 as the
electrolyte solution in the silver compartment.
How may volcanic eruptions influence global climate?
Ash from volcanic eruptions sometimes rises into the upper atmosphere and
blocks sunlight which causes a reduction in temperature as the sun's rays are
prevented from heating up the ground during the da
Synthesis of an Iron Complex Salt
Around 10grams of ammonium sulfate, 30mL of distilled water, and 6 drops of 6M sulfuric acid
were added to a beaker. Using the Bunsen burner the solution was warmed until the ammonium
sulfate was dissolved. Next
1. The Brake shoes of your car are make of a material that can tolerate very high temperatures
without being damaged. Why is this so?
2. When you pound a nail with a hammer, the nail gets quite warm. Describe the energy
transformations that lead
2. Starting from rest, object 1 is subject to a 12 N force for 2.0 s. Object 2, with twice the mass, is subject
to a 15 N force for 3.0 s. Which object has the greater final speed? Explain.
14. To win a prize at the county fair, you're trying to
1. Rub your hands together vigorously. What happens? Discuss the energy transfers and
transformations that take place.
2. Write a few sentences describing the energy transformations that occur from the time moving
water enters a hydroelectric pl
1. An object is acted upon by two (and only two) forces that are of equal magnitude and
oppositely directed. Is the object necessarily in static equilibrium?
4. Suppose you are hanging from a tree branch. If you move out the branch, farther away
5. If you have ever driven a truck, likely found that it had a steering wheel with a larger diameter than that
of a passenger car. Why is this?
6. A common type of door stop is wedge made of rubber. Is such a stop more effective when jammed
1. A hockey puck slides along the surface of the ice. If friction and air resistance are negligible,
what force is required to keep the puck moving?
2. If an object is not moving, does that mean that there are no forces acting on it? Explain.
1. a. write a paragraph describing the particle model. What is it, and why is it important?
b. Give two examples of situations, different from those described in the text, for which the particle model is
c. Give two examples of situ
1. The batter in a baseball game hits a home run, as he circles the bases, is his angular velocity positive or
2. Viewed from somewhere in space above the north pole, would a point on the earth's equator have a
positive or negative ang
1. An object is subject to two forces that do not point in opposite directions. Is it possible to
choose their magnitudes so that the object is in equilibrium? Explain.
3. What forces are acting on you right now? What net force is acting on you
a. car a vector have nonzero magnitude if a component is zero? If no, why not? If yes, give an example.
b. can a vector have zero magnitude and a nonzero component? If no, why not? If yes, give an example.
2. Is it possible to add a scalar to
PHY 101-01 Summer 2016
Ball is Life
Guerra, Joanne; Rau, Margherita; Singer, David; Skeeters, Sean
PHY 101-01 Summer 2016
The two main essential questions for this lab experiment were How can we determine if