Chemistry, 11e (Brown/LeMay/Brusten/Murphy)
Chapter 22: Chemistry of the Nonmetals
22.1 Multiple Choice and Bimodal Questions
1) Of the atoms below, _ is the most effective in forming bonds.
Page Ref: Sec. 22.1
Chemistry, 11e (Brown/Lemay/Bursten/Murphy)
Chapter 8: Basic Concepts of Chemical Bonding
8.1 Multiple-Choice and Bimodal Questions
1) There are _ paired and _ unpaired electrons in the Lewis symbol
for a phosphorus atom.
A) 4, 2
B) 2, 4
C) 2, 3
D) 4, 3
Chemistry, 11e (Brown/LeMay/Bursten/Murphy)
Chapter 16 Acid-Base Equilibria
16.1 Multiple-Choice and Bimodal Questions.
1) What is the conjugate acid of NH 3 ?
A) NH 3
B) NH 2
C) NH 3
D) NH 4
E) NH 4 OH
Page Ref: Sec. 16.2
2) The c
AP* Solubility Equilibrium Free Response Questions
At 25C the solubility product constant, Ksp, for strontium sulfate, SrSO4, is 7.6 107. The solubility product
constant for strontium fluoride, SrF2, is 7.9 1010.
(a) What is the molar solubili
1. Match the six proton NMR chemical shifts on the left with the indicated protons in the six
compounds on the right. Explain your reasoning.
Chemical Shifts (ppm):
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You should allow yourself
exactly 1 hour to take this exam.
1. This exam consists of 6 problems on 6 pages, plus this cover sheet, and one page for scratch work at
the end of the exam.
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1.1 Chemistry: An Overview
Matter takes up space, has mass, exhibits inertia
- composed of atoms only 100 or so different types
- water made up of one oxygen and two hydrogen atoms
- Pass an electric current through it
CCarbon 12In 1961 it was agreed that this isotope of carbon would serve as the standard used to
determine all other atomic masses and would be defined to have a mass of EXACTLY 12 atomic mass
units (amu). All o
THE PROPERTIES OF GASES
Only 4 quantities are needed to define the state of a gas:
a) the quantity of the gas, n (in moles)
b) the temperature of the gas, T (in KELVINS)
c) the volume of the gas, V (in liters)
d) the pressure of the ga
WRITING AP* NET IONIC EQUATIONS
AP equation sets are found in the free-response section of the AP test. You are
given eight equations and you must choose to answer five of these.* The equations
are of mixed types. The section is worth 15 points and is 15
TYPES OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS
& SOLUTION STOICHIOMETRY
Chemists have used reactions to produce the materials Teflon, nylon, Dacron, Kevlar, polystyrene,
and PVC among many others!
WATER, THE COMMON SOLVENT
Propertieshigh specific heat, high h
James Maxwell developed an elegant mathematical theory in 1864 to describe all forms of radiation in
terms of oscillating or wave-like electric and magnetic fields in space.
Lets begin with terms for you to master:
Energy (E) the ability to do work or produce heat ; the sum of all potential and kinetic energy in a system
is known as the internal energy of the system
Potential energy energy by vir
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Counting the impossibly small
Chemists are interested in the proportions (or ratios) in which chemical elements and compounds react
together. This is important when preparing a pure substance in the laboratory. We sometime
Materials Failure Virtual Lab
How does the material respond to compression vs. tension forces? (Which type of force causes
the material to fail more readily? Or does it perform equally well with both?)
Tension forces cause the wood to fail a little
By: Michelle Mujica
1. Why are triangles and arches strong? How do they go together? Why would you use them
when designing a building?
Arches are very strong shapes. A force applied to the top of an arch, will be carried vertically
Summaries of Famous Engineering Disasters
Colossus of Rhodes- An earthquake cracked this statue at its knees, and it came tumbling
Beauvais Cathedral- The citizens of France wanted this to be a very tall cathedral, and at 157
feet, it came crashing
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ADVANCED PLACEMENT ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Total Time—1 hour
Carefully read the following passages and answer the accompanying questions.
Questions 1—12 are based on the following ex
Running head: BEER-LAMBERTS LAW
Beer and Lambert were chemist scientists who carried out several experiments investigating the
interaction of light with different solution