ChaDter 10 OrHanohalides
Give the name for each of the following alkyl halides.
a
1.
a
II
HCCH
II
aH
Answer:
1,1,2trichloroethane
2. CHl3
Answer:
triiodomethane
F
a
F
Br
I
I
3. F C C H Halothane
'
II
Answer:
2bromo 2chlorol, I , ltrifluoroeth

Chapter 8 Alkvnes: 4n Introduction to (JrJ!anic Svnthesis
Draw structures corresponding
to each of the following names.
1. ethynylcyclopropane
Answer:
2.
[>C=CH
3,1 Odimethyl6secbutylcyclodecyne
Answer:
3.
4bromo3,3dimethylIhexen5yne
CH3Br
Name: _
1. In a diving competition, a woman dives from a platform that is ten meters above the surface of the water.
What is the height, expressed in feet, of the platform?
A) 13 feet
B) 18 feet
C) 24 feet
D) 33 feet
E) 47 feet
2. Which one of the followi
Chavter 9  Stereochemist~
For the following questions MATCH each definition to a term from the list below. Place the letter of the term
in the blank to the left of the definition.
f. meso compounds
a. racemates
g. optically active
b. chirality center
h.
Name: _ Date: _
1. A bicycle travels 141 m along a circular track of radius 30 m. What is the angular
displacement in radians of the bicycle from its starting position?
A) 1.0 rad
B) 1.5 rad
C) 3.0 rad
D) 4.7 rad
E) 9.4 rad
2. During the spindry cycle of
Eunji Kim
Partners: Matthew Rozanski, Tornike Amiranashvili
Lab 6: Rotational Equilibrium
Introduction
The purpose of this experiment is to simulate the torque and achieve rotational
equilibrium by changing the point of an object to change the lever force
Impulse/Momentum #2
02—Jun04
l A bullet traveling at 5.0  102 meters per
second is brought to rest by an inipulse of
50. newtonoseconds. What is the mass of the
bullet?
(1)1.0102 kg (3)1.0101kg
(2) 1.0. 10—1 kg (4) 2.5  104 kg
2 A 0.10kilogram mode
Chal!.ter7  Alkenes:
Reactions and Svnthesis
To answer the questions below consider the following reaction:
When cyclohexene reacts with chlorine in carbon tetrachloride the transdihalide is fonned.
0
1.
". Cl
Write the complete stepwise mechanism for t
Chaoter 6  Alkenes:
Structure and Reactivitv
Calculate the degree of un saturation in each fonnula below. Show your calculations.
1.
pinene, ClOHl8
Answer:
2.
The saturated ten carbon compound would have 22 hydrogens so the number of degrees of
unsaturat
Chaoter 5
 4n
Overview of (Jrllanic ]J.eactions
ClassifY each reaction below as a(n):
a.
b.
c.
d.
addition
elimination
substitution
rearrangement
Place the letter corresponding to the correct answer in the blank to the left of the reaction.
:
0
1.
Answer
Chapter 4  Orf!anic Compounds:
Cvcloalkanes and Their Stereochemistrv
1.
Draw 7 constitutional isomers ofa cycloalkane with the formula C6H12
Answer:
0
(;
cf
c(
;fAf
2. Name each of the isomers you drew for questi.on 1.
Answer:
3.
cyclohexane, methy1cyc
r
I
r
I
Chavter 3  OrJ!anic Comvounds:
Alkanes and Their Stereochemistrv
MATCH a structure below to each of the following descriptions and place the letter corresponding to the
structure in the blank.
CH3
0
0
II
B. CH3CHCH
AdH
I
C.
NH2
H3C
b
CH3
D.
H
Cl
I

Chapter 2 Polar Covalent Bonds: Acids and Bases
For questions 110 give the letter of the tenn that best matches the given definition.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
1.
BmnstedLowryAcid
BnmstedLowry Base
Lewis Acid
Lewis Base
Electronegativity
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
Ionic
Chapter 1  Structure and Bondin1!
1.
Give the groundstate electron configuration for carbon (atomic number 6).
Answer:
2.
Give the groundstate electron configuration for fluorine (atomic number 9).
Answer:
3.
li2s22p/
2p/2p/
or Is22i2/
Give the ground
RECITATION PROBLEMS
CHAPTER 6: CIRCULAR MOTION AND GRAVITATION
6.3 Force on a skaters wrist. A 52 kg ice skater spins about a vertical axis through her
body with her arms horizontally outstretched, making 2.0 turns each second. The
distance from one hand
Problem 1
= 30
Without static friction at the support equilibrium is impossible!
x : Fs N 2 sin 30o 0
y : N1 100 N 2 cos 30o 0
Torque about the right end: 100 1.5 N1 2.5 0
N1 60 N, Fs 23.1 N, N 2 46.2 N
Problem 2
I 2f I i2
2RPM
mr 2
; I
rad/s; i 1.047 ra
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Partners: Matthew Rozanski, Tornike Amiranashvili
Lab 5: Conservation of Momentum
Introduction:
This experiment has been performed to examine conservation of momentum, which is the
idea that initial momentum of the system will be preserved and w
Eunji Kim
Partners: Matthew Rozanski, Tornike Amiranashvili
Lab 4: Newton's 2nd Law
Introduction:
Purpose of this experiment is to observe how forces are involved in the moving object
and to gain the understanding of how Newtons Second Law works. Accordin
Eunji Kim
Partners: Matthew Rozanski, Tornike Amiranashvili
Lab 1: Measurement
Introduction:
Objectives of this experiment are to learn how to use measurement devices, such as Vernier
Caliper and Triple Balance Beam, to measure volume and density of certa
Chapter 1
Introduction, Measurement,
and Vectors
Units of Chapter 1
Introduction: The Nature of Science
Idealized Models, Theories, and Laws
Standards, Units, and the SI System
Unit Consistency and Conversions
Precision and Significant Figures
Estim
Name: _ Date: _
1. A ball moves with a constant speed of 4 m/s around a circle of radius 0.25 m. What is
the period of the motion? [Hint: For this calculation, you need to know the
circumference of the circle.]
A) 0.1 s
B) 0.4 s
C) 0.7 s
D) 1 s
E) 2 s
2.
Kinematic Equations Projectile (zero) Projectile (angle)
Centripetal forces do NO work (they're
perpendicular to the direction of motion)
Conservative = total work is zero in
isolated; path independent; ex. Gravity,
springs
Nonconservative = path depe
Solutions for exam 1
Problem 1.
Position of the first train:
0.65t 2
x
2
Position of the second train:
0.60t 2
x 1000
2
0.65t 2
0.60t 2
, t =40 s, x = 520 m.
1000
2
2
The velocity of the first train at this moment v1 26 m/s, the second train v2 24
The
Exam 1
Physics 121
October 8, 2014
1. A tourist walked on a trail with practically constant speed in the north direction and
covered a distance of 2.50 km in 35 min. Then the trail turned 45 east of north and the
tourist started walking with a speed of 1.
Physics 121 (Fall 2015)
Prof. Zinoviy Akkerman
[email protected], Room B316
Office hour: the door is opened before lectures.
Textbook: Young and Freedman, College Physics, 10th edition
Tuesdays, Thursdays 6:50 PM 8:40 PM (Room C201)
Week
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Solutions for Exam 2
Problem 1
Starting with b):
Work of gravity:
WG mg (h f hi ) 196 J
Work of external force:
W Fd cos 346 J
Work of friction:
Wk Fk d 40 J
Work of normal force is zero.
W 110 J KE mv 2 / 2
a) v 3.32 m/s
Problem 2
Momentum conserves:
2v
Velocity:
Acceleration:
r
vav
t
Projectile motion:
x x0 v0 x t ,
y y0 v 0 y t
Constant acceleration:
v v0 at ,
v
aav
t
gt 2
2
Newtons First Law:
In inertial
systems, if
F 0, then v 0 or
constant
Static friction:
FS S N
at 2
2
2
2
v v0 2a ( x x0 )
x x0