Major Exam. #1
General Chem. I
(Note: All problem numbers are for 9th edition of text. Be sure to verify the problem numbers if you are
using 8th edition. Usually, convert chapter numbers by adding 1 and subtracting 6 to the proble
Practice: Identify the functional groups in the following molecules. You may use the reference
sheet attached. It will also be provided on the exam.
Progesterone dkgglpinephne (Adrenaline)
Draw two constitutional
isomers of C6H14 using
skeletal structures. Name
Draw the following
Draw two stereoisomers
Overview of Study Guide 3A,3B and 3C
What is a chemical reaction?
Balance this chemical reaction equation:
_ CH4 + _ O2 _CO2 + _H2O
Label the reactants.
Label the products.
Pure substances, whether they be elements (such as oxygen, O2
Take this quiz on electrons. See how much you remember. Dont use your books.
(But you can use each other and the periodic table in the front cover of your book).
In an atom, where do the electrons reside?
What is the charge on an electro
between atoms. To
convert from one to the
other, you need to break
bonds and make new
of atoms in space.
Organic Chemistry I
Organic Chemistry Techniques
Lonestar College - CyFair
Ann van Heerden
Organic I Labs
Orientation to Organic
Chemistry Lab, Model K
Preview of Organic Chemistry - Reactions
Physical properties of organic molecules can be inferred from their structure. Likewise,
the chemical behavior of an organic molecule can be inferred from the structure. Every
class of organic molecules has charact
Chapter 19 - ELECTROCHEMISTRY
Electrochemistry is the study of the electrical nature of of reactions.
The topic focuses on electric current generation via the chemical
The process is based on Redox or
Oxidation - Reduction Reactions
Loss of s
Experiment #8 - ELECTROCHEMISTRY
Know the two general types of Electrochemical Cells and learn how each one operates.
To prepare a set-up containing both types of electrochemical cells.
To predict formula mass of the
There are two chapters for alkenes. Chapter 7 covers alkene structure and reactivity.
Chapter 8 covers alkene reactions. You have already studied a lot of chapter 7 in previous
study guides. You will see those kind of questions on the alkene exam
Chem 1312 Assignment 3 (Casanova)
Kinetics: How Fast Will A Reaction Occur?
ALL WRITTEN WORDS SHOULD BE CLEARLY WRITTEN!
NAME:_Class: M/W or T/R DATE:_
1. Define the following terms:
b) Average rate
c) Instantaneous rate
d) Initial rate
ALKY L HALIDES
Rule #1: Find the longest chain and name it as the parent.
Rule #2: Number the parent chain nearer rst substituent (alkyl or halo)
a) use di, tri, tetra before halo as needed (i.e. dichloro)
b) alphabetize substituents
Electronic Structure - Review
Draw acetylene, Csz showing all bonds and all atoms. What is the shape around each of
the carbons? What is the hybridization of each carbon? Identify all the bonds (as pi bonds
or sigma bonds) in your struct
Condensed Structures & Geometry
~ - Condensed formulas are provided below for simple
organic molecules. Do the following for each: '
1. Draw the functional groups out in their correct
geometry showing all atoms, all bonds and all
Polar and Nonpolar parts of large organic molecules,
Determining the dipole moment of organic molecules is difcult because of their size. It is also not very
helpiL The more helpil analysis is recognizing polar parts and mnpolar "parts ofie molecule.
0)an 7 Problems
1 J i, , .
5. /_2xz+4X+13 21/ 28x+5 x
2x + 3x + l
17. /tan3osec3ed9 7 25. Ma,
19 f 7
777 7 r if \
20 / x 3 2629. Table of integrals Use a table of integrals to evaluate the
' dx following integrals.
Experiment #1 Chemical Kinetics (using Iodine Clock Reaction)
Part I: To determine orders of reaction and rate constant, for the reaction of Iodide with
Hydrogen Peroxide to produce Iodine, and to write out the rate law.
Part II: To demonstrat
Formula OF COMPOUNDS
Review of Naming of Compounds
(following IUPAC Rules)
Writing of Chemical Formulas
from Chemical Names
GENERAL CATEGORIES FOR IUPAC
NOMENCLATURE OF INORGANIC COMPOUNDS
IONIC COMPOUNDS (formed
by Metal & Non-Me
Chapter 8 Chemical Nomenclature and Writing of Chemical Formulas
List of Common Ions
Group I Elements
(ions of fluorine,
chlorine, bromine and
If a graph of a chemical reaction activity is plotted, it would look like this:
y = concentration
x = time
Chapter 14- Chemical Equilibrium
When compounds react, they ev
Bao H Dao
Lab. Exercise No. 2
To determine the equilibrium constant for a given reaction
To understand the concept of Le Chateliers Principle
To gain experience in the use of a UV Spectro
CHAPTER 12 -SOLUTIONS
A solution is a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances
consisting of ions or molecules.
Components of a solution:
The solute is the component that is in smaller amount or
quantity. The solution is named according to the solut
Chem. 1412 General Chemistry II
Lab Test #2
1) (15 points) Given the data and results for an experiment involving Ksp, calculate for the value
of Ksp for the given salt:
2) (30 points) The results of an experiment on Thermodynamics (using Coffee
Chem 1412 General Chem II
Lab Test # 1
Know the procedure for performing the experiment and how to prepare a graph for the
reaction and determine the Activation Energy for the reaction:
2 I-(aq) + H2O2(a
Chapter 19 - Electrochemistry
For Multiple Choice, 11 questions will come from this Chapter.
* Review the multiple choice questions of your past quizzes for
* Recall (from Chem I) how to determine whether a half reaction
is undergoing oxidat