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CHEM 112 Section 005, Dr. Le Clair, SP17
Week 3 Homework Problems
Lecture 6: Integrated Rate Law
PROBLEM 1
Two substances A and B react with each other in such a way that A is 50% consumed in 33 minut
Chem 112 LA Worksheet
Week 2 Kinetics
Ozone, O3 (g), is present in the Earths atmosphere. It plays a very important role in protecting the surface
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Chem 112 Equations
Constants, Conversions And Equations For Use During Exams And Quizzes
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Conversions!
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1J = kgm2 s 2 = C V ! !
Constants!
R = 0.08206 L atm mol1 K 1 !
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c = 2.99792458 108 m s 1 !
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CHEM 112 Section 005, Dr. Le Clair, SP17
Week 2 Homework Problems
Lecture 5: More Problems on Mechanisms, and Integrated Rate Law Plots
PROBLEM 1
Consider the
e.Nowconsideranewreactioncoordinatediagra
CHEM 112 Section 005, Dr. Le Clair, SP17
Week 1 Homework Problems
Lecture 3: Reaction Rates
PROBLEM 1
A 100.0 mL flask is filled with 0.065 moles of A and allowed to react to form B according to the r
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CHEM 112 Section 005, Dr. Le Clair, SP17
Week 3 Homework Problems
Lecture 7: The Arrhenius equation and factors that affect reaction rates
PROBLEM 1
Hydrogen and iodine gases react to form hydrogen io
CHEM 112 Section 005, Dr. Le Clair, SP17
Week 2 Homework Problems
Lecture 4: Rate Laws and Mechanisms
PROBLEM 1
For a generic reaction 2A + 3B products, we can write the following generic rate law:
Ra
CHEM 112 Section 005, Dr. Le Clair, SP17
Week 1 Homework Problems
Lecture 2: Collision Theory and Reaction Profiles
PROBLEM 1
Which of the following statements are correct? (Choose all correct answers
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MAIN GROUPS
1A
1
1
H
1.008
MAIN GROUPS
Periodic Table of the Elements
2A
2
3
Li
4
Be
6.941
9.012
11
Na
12
Mg
22.990
24.305
19
K
TRANSITION METALS
8A
18
2
He
3A
13
4A
14
5A
15
6A
16
7A
17
5
B
6
C
7
N
8
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CHEM 110 Homework #3: Due 9/8/2016
Quantization
1. Provide an example of an everyday item that is quantized (i.e., discrete; can only take on certain
values), and explain how i
Quiz 4 Problems
One of the following problems will be selected for the recitation quiz. Remember to keep track of
significant figures and use appropriate units. You must show and explain your work in
Phys 211 MT1 -FALL 16- Sample exam 1
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CHEM 110 Homework #1: Due 8/25/2016
Algebra
1. Rearrange the equation to solve for the variables.
1
1 2
1 2
= R H [( ) ( ) ]
ni
nf
a. ni =
b. nf =
c. RH =
2. Combine the equation
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Algebra
1. Rearrange the equation to solve for the variables.
1
1 2
1 2
= R H [( ) ( ) ]
ni
nf
a. ni =
b. nf =
c. RH =
2. Combine the equation
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Electron configurations of atoms and ions
1. For each atom/ion, provide the condensed ground state electron configurations, the box
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CHEM 110 Homework #2: Due 9/1/2016
Laws of thermodynamics
1. Use the first law of thermodynamics to explain why you must put gasoline into your car in order
to drive it somewhe
Phys 211 MT1 -FALL 16- Sample exam 2
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