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Empirical Formula and Stoichiometry Extra Credit Problem
Worth up to 2 points of extra credit.
If you burn 1.720 g of a substance that contains C, H, and O with FM
146.1 amu, you get 1.06 g of H2O and 3.11 g of CO2. What is the empirical
formula? What is
A KINETICS EXPERIMENT
THE RATE OF A CHEMICAL REACTION: A CLOCK REACTION
Pre-lab Questions: (Note: You need to read the theory and procedure first!)
1: Calculate [S2O32-]i (the initial concentration of S2O32-), which is the same in each data run.
What is [
Chemistry for Engineers Lab
SYNTHESIS AND ANALYSIS OF ALUM CRYSTALS
PART 1 - SYNTHESIS OF ALUM CRYSTALS
1. Write a complete, balanced chemical equation for the synthesis of potassium aluminum sulfate
Ideal Gas Law Prelab
1. In order to perform the Gay-Lussac Law experiment (Part 1), what two variables pertinent to
the Ideal Gas law will be kept constant for the air in the flask?
2. In order to perform the Boyles Law experiment (Part 2), what two varia
1: 21.78 g of an unknown substance with FM 116.82 g/mole is burned in a
calorimeter with heat
capacity C = 1.15 kJ/C containing 225 g of water. The temperature
went up from
16.3 C to 87.6 C. What is the molar heat of reaction for thi
Spectroscopy: Determination of Kf for the FeSCN2+ Complex Ion
(Hint: You may need to read the introduction section before doing these problems.)
1. When 5.0 mL of 2.0 x 10-4 M KSCN and 5.0 mL of 2.0 x 10-4 M Fe(NO3)3 are combined,
Gas Law Problem Worksheet
1: A volume of gas measures 778 mL at 752 mmHg pressure. What will the
volume be at
2: A volume of 45.5 L of gas is at 781 mmHg. What pressure is required to
gas to 33.6 L?
3: There is a 621 mL sample of O2
Concentration Conversions EC
Worth up to 3 points of extra credit. This is due by test #4!
You have an aqueous solution of glucose (C6H12O6) that is 5.00%
glucose by mass with a density of 1.08 g / mL at 35.0 C.
a: What is the vapor