BCHEM 152 Lab #1
1. Review Chapter 8 in the text to make sure you understand acid/base titrations.
2. Prepare your lab notebook as discussed in the introductory slides.
Using your knowledge of acid/base chemistry, expl
Review questions for 152 Exam 2
Note: I strongly recommend redoing all homework propblem sets along with the assigned problems in
the text and the experiments
1. What are the definitions of energy, work, heat, temperature, kinetic energy, poten
Exam 1 Supplement-Version A
1) Ksp for PbBr2 is 4.6 x 10-6. Consider the following two solutions:
Solution A contains 0.10 M Pb+2 (aq) ions and 0.00215 M Br- (aq) ions.
Solution B contains 0.010 M Pb+2 (aq) ions and 0.0215 M Br- (aq) ions
Lab #2: Determining the solubility product (Ksp) of KHP
1. Prepare your lab notebook as per instructions in lab syllabus.
2. Review the section on solubility product in your text (Chapter 8)
3. Fill in the following table in your notebook. Calcula
Review questions for 152 Exam 1
Note: I recommend redoing all problems in the homework sets along with assigned problems!
Some useful equations and conversions:
Horxn = Hf (products) - Hf (reactants); Kw= Ka*Kb=1.0x10-14; # kwatthrs(kwh)= #
Chapter 10: Entropy and Free Energy
Read sections 10.1, 10.4-10.13
We will not cover sections 10.210.3 and 10.14.
Exam 1 will be handed back in
class on Wed (check BB for grade
Enthalpy and Spontaneous Rxns:
Why enthalpy isnt e
Carbon: The N=6, AW=12
element of life
Electronegativity of 2.5 (similar to H at 2.1), much higher than Na (0.9) and lower
Elemental form as polymers: C = graphite (2d planar structure) diamonds (3d
Key compounds: CO2, CH
Chapter 11: Electrochemistry
Reading: Zumdahl 4.10, 4.11 and all of chapter 11
Balancing redox reactions (1/2 cell method)
Relationship of E values to G
Relationship of E to E0 and the Nernst equatio
Chapter 9: Energy, Enthalpy and
9.3: Thermodynamics of ideal gases-SKIP
9.5: Hess law
9.6: Standard enthalpies of formation
9.7: Present sources of energy.
9.8: New energy sources.
Importance of en
Chapter 8: Applications of Aqueous Equilibria
8.1 Solutions of Acids or Bases Containing a Common Ion
8.2 Buffered Solutions
8.3 Exact Treatment of Buffered Solutions
8.4 Buffer Capacity
8.5 Titrations and pH Curves
8.6 Acid-Base Indicators