Calculating the pH Change in a Buffer Solution After the Addition of a Small Amount of Strong Acid or Base (16.2)
For Practice 16.3
For More Practice 16.3
Using the Henderson-Hasselbalch Equation to Calculate
Practice Make-up Exam
Potentially useful data:
Avogadros constant: 6.022 10
q = m c T
1 cal = 4.184 J
1 atm = 14.7 psi
1 atm = 760 mm Hg
1 torr = 1 mm Hg
1. Potential energy is defined as the energy associated with the _ of a system.
CHEM 101 Final Exam
Material coverage: cumulative
Review Topics: same review topics as for Exam 1 to Exam 3 and Make-up Exam, plus the ones below from
Ch. 6.4 and Ch. 11 (11.3-11.7; 11.10).
1. Resonance and formal charge: 6.4
know how to calculate forma
CHEM 1032 - PRACTICE EXAM IV - ANSWERS
When a solution of potassium phosphate, K3P04(aq), is mixed with a solution oflead(II) nitrate,
Pb(N03h(aq), a precipitate forms. Use this information to answer questions 1 '"T 4.
1. What is the chemical formula
Free Energy and Thermodynamics
I. What is the first law of thermodynamics and how does it relate to
2. What is nature's "heat tax" and how does it relate to energy use?
3. What is a perpetual motion
Radioactivity and Nuclear Chemistry
1. What is radioactivity? How and by whom was radioactivity
2. Explain the role of Marie Curie in the discovery of radioactivity.
3. Define A, Z, and X
CHEM 1032 PRACTICE EXAM IV
When a solution of potassium phosphate, K3PO4(aq), is mixed with a solution of lead(II) nitrate,
Pb(NO3)2(aq), a precipitate forms. Use this information to answer questions 1 4.
1. What is the chemical formula of the precipita
3 to by
Determining Whether a Molecule Has Di
Matter is characterized by its physical and chemical properties.
- Inherent characteristic of a substance that can be determined without altering its
o Color, taste, state f matter, odor, melting point, boiling point, den