STUDY GUIDE for UCII Final Exam
I know that final exam week is so stressful, so I hope this will help you th in preparing for our final exam this Monday, May 5 at 3:00 p.m.
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UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY II
Practice Material for EXAM #1
SOLUTIONS BY PATRICK PHELAN
1. Which of the following molecules are polar (have a net dipole)?
a) I and II
b) III and IV
c) III, IV, and V
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Goal 47: Organic Moleculesfunctional groups
Organic chemistry concerns itself with carbon compounds and the families of organic molecules are described by functional groups. A functional group is an atom or group of atoms within a molecule that gives it t
Which of the following have cis- and transisomers? Circle your choices and then draw the cis-isomer. 1,3-dimethylcyclopentane 3-hexene 1,2-dimethylbenzene 1-pentene 3-hexyne Name the compound below.
Arrange the following i
Balancing Redox Equations: 1. Separate into 2 half-reactions and ID. 2. Balance all atoms except O and H.
Balance O atoms with H2O and H atoms with H+ ions. (If in basic solution, go back and neutralize all H+ ions with OH ions, using same number on bo
GOAL 33: Review of Acid/Base Chemistry Re-read and study Ch. 4.5 Arrhenius definitions: An acid produces H+ in aqueous soln. A base produces OH in aqueous soln. Table 4.4 gives strong acids and bases which ionize almost 100% in water. Now add Table 16.2 (
Lets Practice with pH, pOH, and Ka
My coffee has a pH of 5.2. What are the [H+] and [OH ] in that solution? If the [H+] in a solution is 4.0x10 3 M, what is the pOH of that solution? Calculate the pH of a 1.5x10 4 M NaOH solution. How many grams of HCl
GOAL 44: Buffers
A buffer is a solution containing a weak acid and its conjugate base OR a weak base and its conjugate acid in sufficient amounts to resist a change in pH when an acid or base is added to the buffer solution. Some examples: H2CO3 and HCO3
Assigning Oxidation Numbers
1. Free uncombined elements are given a zero. 2. Monatomic ions have oxidation numbers equal to their charges. 3. In compounds, F is always assigned a -1. The rest of the halogens are usually -1 unless they are with Oxygen and
MAIN IDEAS: A Voltaic Cell uses a spontaneous oxidation-reduction reaction to produce electricity. You can predict which reagent is the reducing agent and which is the oxidizing agent in a spontaneous reaction by using standard reduction potentials (See A
GOAL 66: Key Idea: You can easily relate the cell potential to other thermodynamic quantities.
Go = -nFEocell where n = the number of moles of electrons transferred in the reaction and F is the Faraday constant. Note: A positive cell potential gives a ne
CHEMISTRY 1123 Hydrocarbons Name each of the following:
Practice on Nomenclature for
12. Now draw and name five structural isomers with formula C5H10. 10. 11.
CHEMISTRY 1123 Hydrocarbons KEY:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.