MIS201 REVIEW SESSION # 09
WEEK 10 | MONDAY, 7TH NOV, 2016 | CHAPTER 09
Web 1.0: The World Wide Web, which you learned about in Chapter 6, first
appeared in 1990. Web 1.0 was the first generation of the Web.
The key developments of Web 1.0 were th
Introductory Organic Laboratory
Experiments # 6
Office: 412 Chemistry Bldg. (Ext. 3984)
Chemically active (acid-base) extraction
Can you change the solubility property of a compound? How?
Most organic compoun
LEBANON PETROLEUM ADMINISTRATION
The Petroleum system
Risk assessment in Exploration Phase
Why is Geology important in Petroleum engineering?
All the worlds known sources if hydr
Type of Rigs
Why We Drill
To know the sub surface
To Get Water from
To get the black gold( Oil &
Production and surface
Well completion activities
Well head component
Type of well completion
From well head to shore
After exploratory drilling confirms the
LEBANESE PETROLEUM ADMINISTRATION
What is Formation Evaluation?
Formation Evaluation (FE) is the process of interpreting a combination of
measurements(logs) taken inside a wellbore to detect and quantify oil and g
Basic Petroleum Economics
Investment decisions are among the most important decisions that a
company/government can take
- Capital intensive
- high risk/uncertainty
Decisions through the life-cycle of a petr
8. Vapor pressure and Changes of state
Kinetic energy of the liquid molecules at the surface are not all
the same (distribution).
When the kinetic energy of a given molecule overcomes the
potential energy of attraction between the
Sample 17.3: Order in living cells is spontaneous: large
molecules assemble from simple ones.
Note that Ssys. < 0 .
Ssys. + Ssurr.
Suniv. > 0
Ssurr.| > |
3. Effect of temperature on spontaneity:
Vm [H2O (l)] =
Practice on Wave functions and Nodes
1. The wave function for a 4 d z 2 orbital is given by: (r , , ) = R (r ) Y ( , ) , where:
5 1 r
R (r ) =
320 a03 / 2 a0
r r /( 4 a0 )
Y ( , ) =
(3 cos 1) ; As you can see, no
Hand-outs needed: Atomic Orbitals
For this week's recitations, we shall emphasize the following three themes:
1. Quantum numbers: Nos. 7.70 and/or 7.75 (8th); equivalent to 7.60 and/or
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Time: 15 min Chem. 203 July 18, 2005
Drop Quiz 5 MW sections
1. Which of the following metal can reduce zinc ions (Zn2+) to metallic zinc?
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Cu, Ag, Al, Pb, Mn, Mg.
Time: 8 min Chem. 203 July 6, 2005
Drop Quiz 2 MW sections
@ Complete the following information:
EDTA is a Lu; 0 on ma ligand (from the Viewpoint of number
of binding sites).
When binding to a metal atom, EDTA has
Time: 11 min Chem. 203 July 7, 2005
Drop Quiz 2 TT sections
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1. Give one example of each of the following ligands:
a. monodentate neutral ligand: N H E H; Q
1 01"!" b. monodentate negative ligand: gzg E " QH in.
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Time: 15 min Chem. 203 July 19, 2005
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NAME : KEY
1. Write out the reaction of oxidation of silver metal (Ag) by lead ions (Pb2+). Show
the half-reactions rst, then write the overall balanced equation.
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Time: 16 min Chem. 203 July 28, 2005
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NAME : K51
1. Write the rate law for a chemical reaction involving a single reactant A
(A ) P), given that the reaction 18 zero order 1n A Call the rate constant k and
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Time: 12 min Chem. 203 July 14, 2004
Drop Quiz 4 TT sections
Two stock solutions provided to you are as follows:
Solution A: 2.00 x 103 M Fe3+
Solution B: 2.00 x 103 M SCN_
You placed 3.00 mL of solution A and 7.00 mL of solu
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Time: 11 min Chem. 203 July 13, 2004
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1. Write out a chemical equation for the chemical reaction whose equilibrium
constant you will determine today.
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2. Write an expression of the
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Time: 12 min Chem. 203 July 12, 2005
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1. Write ionic chemical equations illustrating each of the following tests in the
Qualitative Analysis of Group I cations:
0 Recovery of the AgCl precipitate from the d
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Time: 13 min Chem. 203 August 1, 2005
Drop Quiz 8 MW sections
1. Give the ve major categories of contaminants of natural water:
I. May/newt 0M
3. W 3.4%
3,~Wm m WW
+0/ 4, MM W mum
2. Write chemical equations f r each
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Time: 14 min Chem. 203 August 2, 2005
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1. Explain what we mean by the following terms:
0 Hardness: COMM Jaw JNLW Mtge/d. (MM M'W)
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1 . Softening: Removal i Auct. Mina b3 90w. MM M"
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Time: 16 min Chem. 203 July 5, 2005
Drop Quiz 1 TT sections
1. Complete the following information:
o A volume delivered by means of a 50 mL volumetric pipet marked i 0.12 mL
is reported as SQ (I an] .
4, [O 0 Two items of volumetric