Analytical Chemistry 2263
Fall 2015
Statistical Topics Exam
25 September 2015
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The silicon content (as a weight percent)
Analytical Chemistry 2263
Fall 2015
Equilibrium Methods
26 October 2015
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Questions 1-3: Consider a solution that is 0.010 M HC
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* Get Comfortable - Make sure your study space is free of
interruptions, distractions, has the perfect temperature for
you and has a not-too-comfortable-chair. The last thing
you need is to wake up an hour before your final
Review session begins
Chapter 5 : 69, 71, 75, 95 and 97
Chapter 6 : 27, 35, 43, 57 and 71
Chapter 7 : 37, 51 and 69
Question 69
Calculate the number of moles of xe
using the ideal gas equation.
Convert the moles of xe to that of XeF4.
Multiply the moles o
STUDY GUIDE for UCI Final Exam
Fall, 2013
We know that final exam week is so stressful, so we hope this will help you in preparing for our final exam
on Wednesday, December 18th at 6:00 p.m. NOTE: This is our U of A assigned time for large chem classes.
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A Review Table for Assessing Electron Group and Molecular Geometries
Number of
Electron Group Number of
Electron Groups
Geometry
Lone Pairs
Molecular Geometry (Shape)
2
3
Linear
Trigonal planar
0
0
Linear
AX2
Trigonal planar AX3
3
4
Trigonal planar
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UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY 1103
Preparation for Final Exam Part 4
Practice Material for Fall, 2013
This practice exam material will help you the most if you try it without notes, book, and under as close to test like
conditions as possible. Time yourselfabout 3
Now, lets see if you can name these:
1.
CuS
2.
SF6
3.
Co2S3
4.
H2S (Assume is in solution as an
acid)
5.
Cu2SO3
6.
H2SO3
7.
H2SO4
8.
N2O4
9.
Fe(ClO4)2
10.
Cr(NO2)3
11.
(NH4)2HPO4
12.
HBrO
13.
CrN
14.
HC2H3O2
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Try this one:
List the following orbitals in order of
increasing energy in a multi-electron atom.
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
n = 3, l= 2 3d
n = 4, l= 2 4d
n = 3, l= 0 3s
n = 2, l= 1 2p
n = 1, l= 0 1s
e<d<c<a<b
Figure 7.23: Orders of Orbital
Energies for Polyelectroni
KEY to Practice Material
Part 4 of Final Exam
Fall, 2013
University Chemistry 1
1d
2d
3e
4b
5c
6b
7b
8b
9e
10 d
11 e
12 a
13 b
14 c
15 a
16 a
17 c
18 c
19 e
20 b
21 c
22 a
23 c
24 c
25 e
26 d
27 d
28 c
29 d
30 d
31 c
Helpful Information for Exam 3
Practice Exam Material
PV = nRT
R = 0.08206 L atm/mol K
o
C + 273.15 = K
760 torr = 760 mm Hg = 1 atm
Ptotal = P1 + P2 + P3 + .
P1 = X1Ptotal
molar mass = dRT/P
where R = 8.3145 J/mol K
and 1 J = 1 kg (m2/s2)
101.3 J = 1 L a
Here are clicker questions
if you want to review them.
Correct answer is in red.
If a 4.4 mg piece of gold is hammered
into a square that is 8.6x10-5 cm thick,
what is
A.
1.6 mm
the length of a side of the square in mm?
B.
2.65 mm
C.
14.3 mm
D.
20 mm
E.
1
Here are clicker questions
if you want to review them.
Correct answer is in red.
If a 4.4 mg piece of gold is hammered
into a square that is 8.6x10-5 cm thick,
what is
A.
1.6 mm
the length of a side of the square in mm?
B.
2.65 mm
C.
14.3 mm
D.
20 mm
E.
1
A Review Table for Assessing Electron Group and Molecular Geometries
Number of
Electron Groups
Electron Group
Geometry
Number of
Lone Pairs
Molecular Geometry
Examples:
2
Linear
0
Linear
BeCl2
CO2
3
Trigonal planar
0
Trigonal planar
BF3
3
Trigonal planar