Diane Lee
AP Chemistry
October 18, 2010
Mr. Signorelli
Bright Line Spectra for Hydrogen Gas
In the lab, we calculated the Ionization Energy, frequency, and wavelength of light and
observed the hydroge
Lee, Diane
Determining the density of four metal samples
In the very first lab experiment of AP Chemistry, we worked with the concepts of density.
Archimedes of Syracuse was a Greek man who lived from
Final Exam Review Dr. Briggs
1
Chapter 1 Problems
Book (Ch. 1, prob. 6)
Does the entropy increase or decrease in the following processes? (Decrease) (a) N2 + 3H2 2NH3 Ammonia (b) H2N-C(=O)NH2 + H2O C
Chapter 14 Worksheet 03
Nomenclature:
Give an acceptabie name for each of the following compounds. Be sure to indicate the stereochemistry where
appropriate.
1. _r_\
CH3_O{_,PH2CH PMw,"pfh(J-Tha
Chapter 14 Worksheet 03 Nomenclature: Give an acceptable name for each of the following compounds. Be sure to indicate the stereochemistry where appropriate. 1.
CH3
O
CH2CH3
2.
O
3.
CH2CH2CH3
Cl
CH2CH
Chapter 14 Worksheet 02
Please draw the product(s) for the followlng reaminns.
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y 7"] M (+49":
H s. F
{0
1. l
1.t-butOe m, H
2. MCPBA 3 _ 55,?
Br H
. (3}
. egoxadé '
01H 2. MCPBA g mi \ _
Chapter 14 Worksheet 02
Please draw the product(s) for the following reactions.
1.
1. t-but-O
2. MCPBA
Br
2.
H CO 3H
H+, H 2 O
3.
CH 3
O
H3 O+
4.
Br
1. t-but-O
2. MCPBA
DH
3. HBr
H
5.
H2C
6.
1. Br 2 /
Chapter 14 Quiz 02
Place the following compounds in order of increasing boiling point. (1=lowest, 3=highest)
1.
C H3 -O-CH3
CH 3CH 2OH
C H 3CH2 CH3
Please provide the major product in the answer box u
Chapter 14 Quiz 01
Determine the number of non-equivalent hydrogens and label each set (a,b,c, etc.) in the compounds below.
1.
S
O
S
2.
CH 3
CH3 CH 2
CH
CH 2CH 2
CH
CH 2CH3
CH3
3.
Br
Br
4.
Cl
H
H
Cl
12. Picture the Problem: The 2.0-kg mass is gravitationally
attracted to the other three masses.
Strategy: Add the gravitational forces using the component
method of vector addition. Use equation 12-1
Solved Examples for Chapter 4
Physics 1301
Professor Carlos R. Ordonez
5. Picture the Problem: The motion of the particle is depicted at
right.
Strategy: Use the given information to independently wri
14. Picture the Problem: The image shows two people
talking on a tin can telephone. The cans are connected
by a 9.5-meter-long string weighing 32 grams.
Strategy: Set the time equal to the distance di
11. Picture the Problem: The three masses are arranged at the vertices of an
equilateral triangle as shown in the figure at right.
Strategy: Each mass will be gravitationally attracted to the other tw
19. Picture the Problem: The fish exerts a torque on the fishing reel and it rotates with constant
angular acceleration.
Strategy: Use Table 10-1 to determine the moment of inertia of the fishing reel
3.
Picture the Problem: The owner walks slowly toward the northeast while the cat runs eastward
and the dog runs northward.
Strategy: Sum the momenta of the dog and cat using the component method. Use
6.
Picture the Problem: The physical
situation is depicted at right.
Strategy: Use for the work done by
the spring. That way the work will
always be negative if you start out at
because the spring for
11. Picture the Problem: The wagon rolls horizontally but the
force pulls upward at an angle.
F
Strategy: Use equation 7-3 keeping in mind the angle
between the force and the direction of motion.
Solu
11. Picture the Problem: The car is accelerated horizontally in
the direction opposite its motion in order to slow it down
from 16.0 m/s to 9.50 m/s.
Strategy: Use equation 5-1 and the definition of
a
Chapter 14 solved problems
29. Picture the Problem: We need to calculate the wavelength of sound in air from its frequency.
Strategy: Solve equation 14-1 for the wavelength, using 343 m/s for the spee
Chapter 13 solved problems. Some of the numbers are slightly different from the book but the solution
(procedure) is the same.
14. Picture the Problem: The mass is attached to the spring and pulled do