Quantum Theory and Atomic
The Wave Nature of Light
Visible light is a type of electromagnetic radiation.
The wave properties of electromagnetic radiation are
described by three variables:
- frequency (, cycles per second
- wavelength (
Chemistry is the study of matter,
the changes that matter undergoes,
the energy associated with these changes.
anything that has both mass and volume
the stuff of the universe: books, p
Models of Chemical Bonding
A comparison of metals and nonmetals.
Types of Chemical Bonding
Ionic bonding involves the transfer of electrons and is
usually observed when a metal bonds to a nonmetal.
Covalent bonding involves the sharing of electr
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1. Consider the general reaction
SBrYaq) + BrO3_(aq) + 6H+(aq) > 3Br aq) + 3H2O(aq) =
For this reaction, the rate when expressed as![Br2]/At ii; the same as 1 )
1. Complete the table according to the measured pH:
an % Strong Ka . .
O'IM pH acid - Chemical equation [Ht] [OH-] pOH disso- or or Conjugate Conjugate
solution . . formula Kb or Ka
Ciation weak? Kb
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Chap 17 Chemical Equilibrium Worksheet Name: Key
1. Which of the following has an effect on the magnitude of the equilibrium constant?
A) removing products as they are formed B) adding more of a reactant
C adding a catalyst D) increasing the pressure, in
Chapter 6 ' g: .
Understand enthalpy (AH) and how it applies to exothermic and endothermic reactions
Be able tosolve a calorimetry problem and apply it to solve for AH for a reaction
Be able to use provided AH and solve for various variables such as qsys,
Heats of Reaction Name:
he 50.0 mL
mixes '- - v rant-pressure calorimeter, a precipitate - ,6 the temperature of the mixture
increases from 19.0°C to 233°C.
(a) Indicate if the precipitation reaction is endothermic or exothermic.
(b) Write both
Know the factors that affect atomic orbital energies
Be able to write electron configurations for atoms know Cr and Cu exceptions
Understand Aufbau principle, and how it is related to how electrons are filled into orbital diagrams
REPORTING DATA AND RESULTS
You must report the results of your experiment. All reports require a title, abstract, results, sample calculations, and
discussion/conclusion. Each part is discussed in detail below.
When you write your report
Be able to solve a calorimetry problem and apply it to solve for H for a reaction
Be able to use provided H and solve for various variables such as q, m, C or temp
Be able to use Hess Law to solve
Chapter 4 Review Guide (Exam 2)
1. Know how to write molecular, ionic and net ionic equations for precipitation, acid/base (and formation
of gas) and redox equations
2. Be able to identify limiting and excess reactant.
Chapter 4 Review Guide
1. Know the difference between solute, solvent and solution
2. Be able to write a molecular equation and net ionic equation for precipitation reactions
3. Be able to identify spectator ions in
Be able to convert between energy, frequency, wavelength (equations will provided)
Know the photoelectric effect and how it is related to energy of light, ionization energy, work function, and
kinetic energy o
General Psych Winter 2014 Exam 1 Study Guide
-Definition of Psychology
-Origin of Nature vs. Nurture debate- the philosophers and philosophies
-Mind/Brain connection: different theorists & surgeons
-Structuralism & Functionalism- definition and
Chemistry 1A: Spring 2016
Instructor: Rosa Nguyen
Office Hours: Monday 10:30 AM-1:30 PM at STEM Center
Wednesday 10:30 AM-12:30 PM at STEM Center
Lecture: Tuesday and Thursday 2:00 PM-3:15 PM in Room 550
Element: simplest type of substance with unique physical and chemical properties
consists of one type of atom
it cannot be broken down into an simpler substances by physical or chemical
Molecule: a structure that consists of two or more atoms tha
Thermodynamics is the study of energy and its transformations.
thermochemistry is a branch of thermdynamics that deals with the heat involved
in chemical and physical changes
when energy is transferred from one object to another, it appears as work and
states of matter: solid, liquid, gas
solid: fixed shape and volume, large mass/small volume, high density
liquid: not fixed
gas: flexible, large volume/small mass, low density
physical properties: properties a substance shows by itsel
Types of stoichiometry questions:
% mass to empirical or molecular formula
grams of element/compound mol elementempirical
gramsmols: use molar mass or % mass
molempirical formula: divide by smallest number of moles,
ratio in w
Chapter 1 Review Guide
1. Know the difference between a chemical and physical properties
2. Know the SI units for mass, length, time, temperature, amount of substance, a
Chapter 5: Gases and the Kinetic-Molecular Theory
1. A ballerina weighs 103 lbs and is up on her toes with only 10.0 cm2 of her slippers in
contact with the floor. What pressure is she exerting on the floor?
A) 4.59 105 Pa
D) 4.59 10-1 Pa
B) 4.59 10 Pa
Chapter 12: Intermolecular Forces: Liquids, Solids, and
1. Pentane, C5H12, boils at 35C. Which of the following is true about kinetic energy, Ek,
and potential energy, Ep, when liquid pentane at 35C is compared with pentane vapor
Solubility Rules for Ionic Compounds in Water
Soluble Ionic Compounds
1. All common compounds of Group 1A(1) ions (Li+, Na+, K+, etc.) and ammonium
ion (NH4+) are soluble.
2. All common nitrates (NO3-), acetates (CH3COO- or C2H3O2-) and most
Lewis Structures Worksheet.doc
To learn how to use Lewis Structures of elements to predict formulas of simple binary molecular
To learn the octet rule and how to apply it in drawing Lewis Structures for polyat
Light, Color and Emission
Lab Section: MW or TTH
Lab Partners Name(s):
Light, Color and Emission Spectroscopy
To investigate the light emitted by different light sources.
To understand the relationship between the energy, frequency and w
List of Polyatomic Ions that
Must be Memorized for General Chemistry
Polyatomic Cation: NH4+ ammonium ion