Chapter 21 Homework Answers
Equation 21.1 becomes:
On substituting the various velocities for the value of v in the above expression, and using the value
c = 3.00 10 m s , we get: (a) m = 1.01 kg (b) 3.91 kg (c) 12.3 kg
Consider this Reaction
2 NH3 (g) + CO2 (g) NH2CONH2 (aq) + H2O (l)
Concerning this reaction:
1. Does this reaction naturally occur as written?
2. Will the reaction mi
Chapter 17 A Homework Answers
It should be stated from the outset that water at this temperature is neutral by definition,
since [H+] = [OH]. In other words, the selfionization of water still occurs on a oneto
one mole basis:
H+ + OH.
Kw = 2.5 1
Chapter 14 Homework Answers
14.47 The slope of the tangent to the curve at each time is the negative of the rate at each time:
Rate60 = 8.5 104 mol L1 s1
Rate120 = 4.0 104 mol L1 s1
From the coefficients in the balanced equation we see that, for eve
Study of energy changes and flow of energy
Answers several fundamental questions:
Is it possible for reaction to occur?
Will reaction occur spont