CHM 1311
CHM 1311 - University Of Ottawa Study Resources
  • 8 Pages Lab #5 - Equilibria
    Lab #5 - Equilibria

    School: University Of Ottawa

    StudentName:_ StudentNumber:_ PartnersNameandStudent#:_ Demonstrator'sName:_ PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThursnight Fri LabWeek(circl

  • 2 Pages Lab 5 Report
    Lab 5 Report

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Intro To Chemistry

    Observations & Discussion: Part 1: Equilibrium Shift During this portion of the lab we immediately observed the distinct, odourless and light blue aqueous solution of CuSO4 along with the transparent, strongly odoured aqueous solution of NH3. Upon initial

  • 8 Pages lab5rfe
    Lab5rfe

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Intro To Chemistry

    StudentName:WoojinLee StudentNumber:7237750 PartnersNameandStudent#:DavidClarke,7325539 Demonstrator'sName:DanielPau PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft Tuesnigh

  • 6 Pages Experiment 5
    Experiment 5

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Intro To Chemistry

    Experiment 5: Chemical Kinetics By: Ramie Qaisar 6416979 Lab Partner: Joy Nehme 6338661 Demonstrator: Sheila Michel Due: Friday, November 18th, 2011 5:00 p.m. University of Ottawa CHM 1311 Section B, Lab Section 7 Chemical Kinetics Introduction In Chemica

  • 14 Pages Chemistry Formal Lab
    Chemistry Formal Lab

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Intro To Chemistry

    StudentName:_ StudentNumber:_ PartnersNameandStudent#:_ Demonstrator'sName:_ PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThursnight Fri LabWeek(circl

  • 7 Pages LAB 5
    LAB 5

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    StudentName:_YasminIsmail_ StudentNumber:_7264998_ PartnersNameandStudent#:ZainKhan7407040 Demonstrator'sName:_BoLi_ PLEASENOTE: IfANYoftheaboveinformationisUNCLEARornotprovided,yourgrade willNOTberecorded! LabDay(circle):Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThurs

  • 7 Pages Lab 1 Completed
    Lab 1 Completed

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Intro To Chemistry

    StudentName:HarleenHans StudentNumber:7264658 PartnersNameandStudent#:AramZarour&7434001 Demonstrator'sName:PhilDeLuna PLEASENOTE: IfANYoftheaboveinformationisUNCLEARornotprovided,yourgrade willNOTberecorded! LabDay(circle):Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThu

  • 9 Pages Lab #4 Reaction Rates
    Lab #4 Reaction Rates

    School: University Of Ottawa

    StudentName:_ StudentNumber:_ PartnersNameandStudent#:_ Demonstrator'sName:_ PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThursnight Fri LabWeek(circl

  • 14 Pages LAB414
    LAB414

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    EXPERIMENT 4 IF IT WERE DONE.THEN TWERE WELL IT WERE DONE QUICKLY CHEMICAL KINETICS Techniques MSDS available for rate measurement order determination from graphs graphing complex formation use of spectrophotometers sodium EDTA, Na2C10H14N2O8 . 2 H2O (aq

  • 5 Pages LAB 4
    LAB 4

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    YasminIsmail LAB4Kinetics October30th,2013 Introduction: In this lab, the goal is to understand how to use a spectrophotometer and comprehend chemical kinetics to determine the partial order of the chemical reactions that take place with the EDTA solution

  • 25 Pages Chemistry Lab #3 Formal Report
    Chemistry Lab #3 Formal Report

    School: University Of Ottawa

    StudentName:_ StudentNumber:_ PartnersNameandStudent#:_ Demonstrator'sName:_ PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThursnight Fri LabWeek(circl

  • 7 Pages Laboratory  5
    Laboratory 5

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Principles Of Chemistry

    Laboratory 5- Chemical Kinetics Introduction: Chemical kinetics refers to the study of the rates of chemical reactions with respect to factors such as the effect of variables, the rearrangement of atoms and the formation of intermediates. Furthermore, a r

  • 8 Pages Chem Lab 1
    Chem Lab 1

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Intro To Chemistry

    StudentName:YacineDjouhri StudentNumber:7217950 PartnersNameandStudent#:BaileyCooke7260796 Demonstrator'sName:QiChen(TemporaryDemonstrator) PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(ci

  • 10 Pages lab report %231
    Lab Report %231

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Intro To Chemistry

    Student Name: Woojin Lee Student Number: 7237750 Partners Name and Student #: David Clarke (7325539) Demonstrator's Name: Danny Pau (dpau011@uottawa.ca) PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be record

  • 10 Pages Chemistry Lab 6
    Chemistry Lab 6

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Lab 6

    StudentName:JadSlim StudentNumber:6876348 PartnersNameandStudent#:KaileeMcwilliam7161457 Demonstrator'sName:MattDecan PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft Tuesnig

  • 12 Pages report4
    Report4

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Intro To Chemistry

    Introduction Chemical kinetics is the study of the rates at which reactions occur. Since it is related to chemical reactions, it is a major component of general chemistry and is integral to all chemical processes. The importance of studying chemical kinet

  • 6 Pages Lab 4 Report
    Lab 4 Report

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Intro To Chemistry

    EXPERIMENT 4 CHEMICAL KINETICS Introduction Chemical kinetics studies how fast reactants change into products in a chemical reaction. It focuses on the reaction rate of an equation, the change in the amount of reactants or products over time. The rate var

  • 11 Pages lab6rfe12
    Lab6rfe12

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Intro To Chemistry

    Student Name: Woojin Lee Student Number: 7237750 Partners Name and Student #: David Clarke Demonstrator's Name: Daniel Pau PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! Lab Day (circle): Lab Week

  • 9 Pages Lab 2 Completed
    Lab 2 Completed

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Intro To Chemistry

    StudentName:YacineDjouhri StudentNumber:7217950 PartnersNameandStudent#:BaileyCooke7260796 Demonstrator'sName:QiChen PLEASENOTE: IfANYoftheaboveinformationisUNCLEARornotprovided,yourgradewillNOT berecorded! LabDay(circle):Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThurs

  • 8 Pages Lab #6 - Titration
    Lab #6 - Titration

    School: University Of Ottawa

    StudentName:_ StudentNumber:_ PartnersNameandStudent#:_ Demonstrator'sName:_ PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThursnight Fri LabWeek(circl

  • 8 Pages CHEM 1311 Course Outline
    CHEM 1311 Course Outline

    School: University Of Ottawa

    CHM 1311 C Course Notes Fall 2010 Professor Paul Mayer i CHEMISTRY 1311 C Course Information and Syllabus COURSE WEBSITE: use the Virtual Campus quick link (Login using your InfoWeb name and password) PROFESSOR: Paul M. Mayer DIorio 118 562-5800 ext. 6038

  • 11 Pages Midterm 2 Answer Key
    Midterm 2 Answer Key

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Principles Of Chemistry

    Surname (last name):_ Given name (first name):_ Student number:_ Course: 1311 C Chemistry 1311C Midterm 2 Nov. 24th, 2011 Please keep your work covered and keep your eyes on your own paper! Cheating or any appearance of cheating will result in an F in the

  • 9 Pages Midterm 1- 2011 Answer Key
    Midterm 1- 2011 Answer Key

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Principles Of Chemistry

    Surname (last name):_ Given name (first name):_ Student number:_ Course: 1311 C (Dr. Murugesu) Chemistry 1311C Midterm 1 October 20th, 2011 Please keep your work covered and keep your eyes on your own paper! Cheating or any appearance of cheating will res

  • 4 Pages lab1rfe12 (4)
    Lab1rfe12 (4)

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Course Outline

    DataTables Table1.PureMetal Data IdentityofMetal Massofmetal(g) Uncalibratedvolumeofeudiometer (mL) Volumeofhydrogengas(mL) Heightofwatercolumn(cm) Densityofwater(kg/m3) Accelerationduetogravity(m/s2) Pressureofwatercolumn(Pa) WaterTemperature(C) WaterVap

  • 9 Pages lab1rfe12 (1)
    Lab1rfe12 (1)

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Course Outline

    StudentName:_ StudentNumber:_ PartnersNameandStudent#:_ Demonstrator'sName:_ PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThursnight Fri LabWeek(circl

  • 54 Pages Lect 1_2014 (1)
    Lect 1_2014 (1)

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Course Outline

    Introduction and Review: Chapter 1: Keys to the Study of Chemistry (Review on your own) Chapter 2: Components of Matter Chapter 3: Stoichiometry of Formulae and Equations What in the world isnt Chemistry Matter is the physical material of the universe.

  • 7 Pages Chm 1311 Lab 2
    Chm 1311 Lab 2

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Course Outline

    Student Name: _Annie Chuong_ Student Number: _7265871_ Partners Name and Student #: _Christine Rodford _7226619_ Demonstrator's Name: _Greg Hodgson_ PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded!

  • 11 Pages Chm1311
    Chm1311

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Course Outline

    Student Name: _Annie Chuong_ Student Number: _7265871_ Partners Name and Student #: _Christine Rodford _ Demonstrator's Name: _Greg Hodgson_ PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! Lab Day

  • 57 Pages Chapter5_2014
    Chapter5_2014

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Course Outline

    Chapter 5 Thermochemistry Before We Begin Which of the following terms are new to you? A. Heat of Reaction B. Enthalpy H C. Entropy S D. None. I am familiar with all of these. Before We Begin Which of the following statements is false? A. An exothermic re

  • 7 Pages chem lab 4 formal report
    Chem Lab 4 Formal Report

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Course Outline

    INTRODUCTION: In this lab, we were to learn more about chemical kinetics and apply our knowledge in the lab and our final reports. Chemical kinetics is a field of study in which the process of transforming reactings into products is studied. The Instantan

  • 10 Pages Midterm 2006
    Midterm 2006

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Principles Of Chemistry

    Surname (last name):_ Given name (first name):_ Student number:_ Lab Section:_ Lab TA: _ Chemistry 1311 C Test 1 October 2006 Please keep your work covered and keep your eyes on your own paper! Cheating or any appearance of cheating will result in an F in

  • 16 Pages Assignment 3
    Assignment 3

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Principles Of Chemistry

    Assignment 3 Due: 12:00pm on Friday, October 7, 2011 Note: You will receive no credit for late submissions. To learn more, read your instructor's Grading Policy [Switch to Standard Assignment View] Balancing Chemical Equations Learning Goal: To learn to b

  • 6 Pages Old Midterm 1 2006-key
    Old Midterm 1 2006-key

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Principles Of Chemistry

    1. Gaseous iodine pentafluoride, IF5, can be prepared by the reaction of solide iodine and gaseous fluorine: a) Balance the chemical reaction: (1 points) I2(s) + 5 F2(g) 2 IF5 (g) b) A 5.00 L flask containing 10.0 g I2 is charged with 10.0 g F2, and the r

  • 23 Pages CHEM 2004 exam solutions
    CHEM 2004 Exam Solutions

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Principles Of Chemistry

    CHM 1300 and CHM 1310 B DATE: December 20, 2004 9:30 am Dr. Rashmi Venkateswaran TIME: 3 hours Page 1 of 20 STUDENT NAME: (Print) _ STUDENT NUMBER: _ COURSE CODE: (Please circle) CHM 1300 CHM 1310B INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Write your answers on the exam. Please B

  • 8 Pages lab2rfe12
    Lab2rfe12

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Course Outline

    StudentName:_ StudentNumber:_ PartnersNameandStudent#:_ Demonstrator'sName:_ PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThursnight Fri LabWeek(circl

  • 40 Pages Chapter5
    Chapter5

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Forms of energy and interconversion of energy Internal energy, heat, work, 1st law of thermodynamics, sign convention, state versus path functions, energy level diagrams Enthalpy Comparison with internal energy, exothermic vs endothermic processes Calor

  • 18 Pages Oct6_review(1)
    Oct6_review(1)

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    75 minutes (arrive a little early if possible) Covers Chapters 1 4, 12.4, 19.1 Equations, conversion factors, constants, periodic table are provided Seating will be assigned make sure to check for your assignment in the Grade Center Blackboard (this w

  • 16 Pages Sept8
    Sept8

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    While you are waiting for class to start, set up your laptop or smartphone browser with LectureTools by going to: https:/my.lecturetools.com/l/341024 Heres your first participation question: Which statement best applies to you? a) This is the only univers

  • 21 Pages Oct2
    Oct2

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Get ready for the big day Oct. 9th! 4 Connect assignments are due on that day! Midterm 1 will be held in during class time in MRN AUD Assigned seats will be posted in Blackboard on Oct. 8th 75 minutes in length Bring calculator, pen, student card Eq

  • 14 Pages Oct20
    Oct20

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Tutorials Will focus on questions from Chapter 5, but questions about solutions to midterm can be requested. Midterms are marked! Marks will go on-line today, along with midterm solutions. Your own midterm can be picked up at the end of class, and durin

  • 29 Pages Sept11
    Sept11

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    While you wait for class to begin, lets think again about this LectureTools Question: The result of (3.8621 x 1.5630) - 5.98 is properly written as: a) 0.06 b) 0.056 c) 0.0565 d) 0.05646 e) 0.056462 To text in your answer, send '865610 A,B,etc' to (61

  • 16 Pages Sept15
    Sept15

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    REMINDER ABOUT LAB 2 All groups will do lab 2 next week! If you did your lab last week, then come to lab next week at the beginning of their lab session. If you are doing your lab this week, you come back again next week in the SECOND half of the lab peri

  • 20 Pages Sept18
    Sept18

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    In the last class we did a calculation for the reaction below, starting with 0.3706 mol of aluminum and 0.468 mol of S. Fill out the reaction table below (make sure to balance the equation first!) to answer this question: How many moles of the excess reag

  • 19 Pages Course_Intro
    Course_Intro

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Classroom etiquette tips: Dont leave empty seats beside you fill all the seats! Make sure electronic devices are in silent mode. 1 BSc, PhD Natalie Goto 2 http:/mysite.science.uottawa.ca/ngoto/Welcome.html 3 uottawa.blackboard.com ! Student number uoZone

  • 10 Pages CHM1311B_syllabus_2014b
    CHM1311B_syllabus_2014b

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    CHM1311 Section B Principles of Chemistry Fall 2014 Course Information and Syllabus Professor: Office Hours: Dr. Natalie Goto DIorio 406 562-5800 ext. 6918 Email: ngoto@uottawa.ca (Be sure to put CHM1311 in the subject line) Tuesday 9:30 10:30 Wednesday 1

  • 8 Pages Sept29
    Sept29

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Monday Sept. 30th, Tomorrow! The last day to opt-out of in-class participation and/or on-line homework. If this is you, send me an email by the end of tomorrow clearly stating that you wish to opt-out. Thursday Oct. 2nd LearnSmart Assignment for Chapte

  • 23 Pages Sept22
    Sept22

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    https:/my.lecturetools.com/l/341028 For the following reaction: 2CrO2-(aq) + 2H2O(l) + 6ClO-(aq) ! 2CrO42- (aq) + 3Cl2(g) + 4OH-(aq) Which of the following statements is FALSE? a) CrO2- is being oxidized. b) Hypochlorite is the reducing agent. c) This is

  • 13 Pages Sept25
    Sept25

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Refrigerators are usually kept at about 5 C, while room temperature is ~4 times higher than this (20 C). If you were to empty a 2L soda bottle of all the soda and reseal it at room temperature, would you expect it to contract to one-fourth its original vo

  • 36 Pages Chapter4
    Chapter4

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Properties of gases Pressure Definition, measurement, barometers, manometers, units of pressure The Gas Laws Boyles Law, Charles Law, Avogadros Law The Ideal Gas Law R, applications in stoichiometry problems, density Mixtures of Gases Daltons law, vap

  • 37 Pages Chapter1_2
    Chapter1_2

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    While you are waiting for class to start, set up your laptop or smartphone browser with LectureTools by going to: https:/my.lecturetools.com/l/341024 Heres your first participation question: Which statement best applies to you? a) This is the only univers

  • 6 Pages Laboratory Report #2 projectile (1)
    Laboratory Report #2 Projectile (1)

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Course Outline

    Laboratory Report #2 Lab on Projectile Motion Zeina Hamameh Annie Bostanian Erin Malis Judy Choi Priscilla Orozco SPH 3U.04 April 2nd, 2013 Lab on Projectile Motion 1 Introduction: A projectile is any object projected into space by the exertion of a force

  • 53 Pages 2014_L7_Ch15(2)
    2014_L7_Ch15(2)

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Chapter 15: Principles of Chemical Equilibrium KP=Kc(RT)n (gas) Dynamic Equilibrium so far, we have considered chemical reactions as having only one direction at a certain point, however, all reactions are reversible, i.e., the products may react to give

  • 58 Pages 2014_L8_Ch16 (1)
    2014_L8_Ch16 (1)

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Chapter 16: Acid-Base Equilibria Arrhenius Theory of Acids and Bases Svante Arrhenius (1884) His theory: Acids: contain H+ Bases: contain OH- (1859 1927) Key flaws in Arrhenius theory: some bases do not contain any OH- assumed the solvent has no effect do

  • 1 Page c-m-1
    C-m-1

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

  • 1 Page periodic-table-6
    Periodic-table-6

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

  • 1 Page Equations and constants Midterm1
    Equations And Constants Midterm1

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Constants and Conversion Factors 1 mmHg = 1 torr 1 cm3 = 1 mL 1 cal = 4.184 J 760 mmHg = 1 atm 1 atm = 101.325 kPa 3 1 dm = 1000 mL = 1 L Avogadros Number Atomic mass unit Gas constant 1 atm = 1.013125 bar 1 m3 = 1000 L 6.022x1023 mol-1 1.66054x10-27 kg 8

  • 10 Pages Midterm1_2013
    Midterm1_2013

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    CHM1311B Midterm #1 2013 Page 1 of 10 LAST NAME: _ FIRST NAME: _ Student Number: _ CHM 1311 B Midterm #1 Fall 2013 Please keep your work covered at all times and keep your eyes on your own paper! Cheating or any appearance of cheating will result in an F

  • 9 Pages M1b_solved
    M1b_solved

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    CHM1311B Midterm #1 2014 Page 1 of 9 LAST NAME: _ FIRST NAME: _ Student Number: _ CHM 1311 B Midterm #1 Fall 2014 Please keep your work covered at all times and keep your eyes on your own paper! Cheating or any appearance of cheating will result in an F i

  • 9 Pages M1a_solved(1)
    M1a_solved(1)

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    CHM1311B Midterm #1 2014 Page 1 of 9 LAST NAME: _ FIRST NAME: _ Student Number: _ CHM 1311 B Midterm #1 Fall 2014 Please keep your work covered at all times and keep your eyes on your own paper! Cheating or any appearance of cheating will result in an F i

  • 10 Pages Midterm1_2013A_solved
    Midterm1_2013A_solved

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    CHM1311B Midterm #1 2013 Page 1 of 10 LAST NAME: _ FIRST NAME: _ Student Number: _ CHM 1311 B Midterm #1 Fall 2013 Please keep your work covered at all times and keep your eyes on your own paper! Cheating or any appearance of cheating will result in an F

  • 42 Pages Chapter14
    Chapter14

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Reaction rate expressions Measuring reaction rates The rate law and reaction orders Integrated rate laws Reaction half-lives Collision theory The Arrhenius equation Transition state theory and reaction energy diagrams Reaction m

  • 33 Pages Chapter3
    Chapter3

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    The mole Definition, application, molar mass Determining formula of unknown Empirical formula, molecular formula Chemical equations Balancing equations, combustion reactions, reaction tables, reaction yield Calculating quantities of reactants and produ

  • 18 Pages Oct6_review
    Oct6_review

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    75 minutes (arrive a little early if possible) Covers Chapters 1 4, 12.4, 19.1 Equations, conversion factors, constants, periodic table are provided Seating will be assigned make sure to check for your assignment in the Grade Center Blackboard (this w

  • 16 Pages LAB314
    LAB314

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    EXPERIMENT 3 .BUT A HOT TEMPER LEAPS OER A COLD DECREE ENTHALPY OF VARIOUS REACTIONS Techniques calorimetry graphing MSDS available for Copper metal, Cu Zinc metal, Zn Aluminum metal, Al 3 unknown salts sodium hydroxide, NaOH nitric acid, HNO3 hydrochlori

  • 9 Pages Chapter 3, Stioichiometry
    Chapter 3, Stioichiometry

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Principles Of Chemistry

  • 46 Pages Chapter5
    Chapter5

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Thermochemistry 1 Energy is the capacity to do work or produce heat. In chemistry two forms of energy that are particularly relevant are: 1) Thermal energy: energy arising from random motions of molecules 2) Chemical energy: energy stored in bonding and n

  • 34 Pages Chem intro
    Chem Intro

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Classroom etiquette tips: Dont leave empty seats beside you fill all the seats! Make sure electronic devices are in silent mode. 1 http:/mysite.science.uottawa.ca/ngoto/Welcome.html 3 uottawa.blackboard.com Student number uoZone password 4 If you are reg

  • 2 Pages FREE PASS FOR A LATE LAB 4
    FREE PASS FOR A LATE LAB 4

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    FREE PASS FOR A LATE LAB CAN BE USED ONLY ONCE! Yasmin Ismail Bearers Name: _ 7264998 Bearers Student Number: _ Bearers Partners Name and Student Number: Zain Khan Student Number: 7407040 _ Normal Due Date and Time: Due: 12:30pm Wednesday, October 30th, 2

  • 2 Pages FREE PASS FOR A LATE LAB120
    FREE PASS FOR A LATE LAB120

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    FREE PASS FOR A LATE LAB CAN BE USED ONLY ONCE! Bearers Name: _ Bearers Student Number: _ Bearers Partners Name and Student Number: _ Normal Due Date and Time: _ Extended to: _ Signed by Dr. RV: _ (directions for use below) FREE PASS FOR A LATE LAB CAN BE

  • 3 Pages lab 4 Calculations
    Lab 4 Calculations

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Calculations: 1. T= %T/100 T= T= 2. A= -log (T) A= A= 3. ACr(III) = A - A ACr(III) = ACr(III) = 4. LogA = logAgraphically LogA= LogA= 5. Rate A = A/ t Rate A= RateA= 6. Log Rate = log (Rate A) Log Rate = Log Rate= 7. Slope = Log Rate/ Log A Slope= Slope=

  • 16 Pages LAB 3
    LAB 3

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Yasmin Ismail LAB 3- Enthalpy of Reactions October 9th, 2013 Introduction: In this lab, the goal is to understand and apply ideas of thermochemistry to this experiment by calculating important factors like the specific heat capacity (c), approximate molar

  • 12 Pages LAB (1)
    LAB (1)

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    EXPERIMENT 1 .GRAPPLE THEM TO THY SOUL WITH HOOPS OF STEEL. DETERMINATION OF THE COMPOSITION OF AN ALLOY Techniques analytical weighing gas collection over water MSDS available for zinc, Zn magnesium, Mg alloys hydrochloric acid, HCl (aq) Principles mole

  • 4 Pages LAB 5 TABLES
    LAB 5 TABLES

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Table1.ObservationsandDiscussion [Cu(H2O)4]2+(aq)+4NH3(aq) [Cu(NH3)4]2+(aq)+4H2O(l) 2AgNO3(aq)+Na2CO3(aq) Ag2CO3(s)+2NaNO3(aq) 2H+(aq)+CO32(aq) H2CO3(aq) H2O(l)+CO2(g) Ag+(aq)+Cl(aq) AgCl(s) Ag+(aq)+2NH3(aq) [Ag(NH3)2]+(aq) H+(aq)+NH3(aq) NH4+(aq) Ag+(aq)

  • 7 Pages Scan Lab 4
    Scan Lab 4

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

  • 4 Pages LAB 5 TABLES 2
    LAB 5 TABLES 2

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Table1.ObservationsandDiscussion [Cu(H2O)4]2+(aq)+4NH3(aq)[Cu(NH3)4]2+(aq)+4H2O(l) 2AgNO3(aq)+Na2CO3(aq)Ag2CO3(s)+2NaNO3(aq) 2H+(aq)+CO32(aq)H2CO3(aq)H2O(l)+CO2(g) Ag+(aq)+Cl(aq)AgCl(s) Ag+(aq)+2NH3(aq)[Ag(NH3)2]+(aq) H+(aq)+NH3(aq)NH4+(aq) Ag+(aq)+I(aq)A

  • 6 Pages LAB 5 TABLES 3
    LAB 5 TABLES 3

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Table1. ObservationsandDiscussion [Cu(H2O)4]2+(aq)+4NH3(aq) [Cu(NH3)4]2+(aq)+4H2O(l) 2AgNO3(aq)+Na2CO3(aq) Ag2CO3(s)+2NaNO3(aq) 2H+(aq)+CO32(aq) H2CO3(aq) H2O(l)+CO2(g) Ag+(aq)+Cl(aq) AgCl(s) Ag+(aq)+2NH3(aq) [Ag(NH3)2]+(aq) H+(aq)+NH3(aq) NH4+(aq) Ag+(a

  • 47 Pages Chapter16
    Chapter16

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    1 Arrhenius theory of acids His theory: Acids: contain H+ Bases: contain OH When an acid reacts with a base, they are neutralized: H+(aq) + OH-(aq) H2O(l) Key flaws in Arrhenius theory: some bases do not contain any OH assumed the solvent has no effe

  • 9 Pages Syllabus 1
    Syllabus 1

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    CHM1311 Section B Principles of Chemistry Fall 2013 Course Information and Syllabus Professor: Office Hours: Dr. Natalie Goto DIorio 406 562-5800 ext. 6918 Email: ngoto@uottawa.ca Tuesday 9:30 10:30 Wednesday 14:00 15:00 *or by appointment Course Website:

  • 48 Pages Chapter4
    Chapter4

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Gases 1 Mostly invisible, but an integral part of every day life! Gases 2 11 elements exist naturally as gases (25C and 1 atm) diatomic gases: H2, N2, O2, F2, Cl2 monatomic gases: He, Ne, Ar, Kr, Xe, Rn oxygen has two forms: O2 (common) and O3 (rare) Gase

  • 2 Pages Chapter 2 notes in class-Sept. 16
    Chapter 2 Notes In Class-Sept. 16

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    September 16th, 2013 -Transition metals often have more than one charge state. Chromium, Iron, Colbalt, . (on slide 32, chapter 2) Look at slide 34 for systematic names and common names of elements with more than one ion. Oxy anions only differ in the amo

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    Chapter 15

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Equilibrium 1 So far, we have considered chemical reactions as having only one direction But all reactions could be run in reverse; i.e. products may react to give back reactants A system reaches equilibrium when the speeds of the forward and reverse r

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    Chapter 15-signed

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Equilibrium 1 So far, we have considered chemical reactions as having only one direction But all reactions could be run in reverse; i.e. products may react to give back reactants A system reaches equilibrium when the speeds of the forward and reverse r

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    Chapter 1

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    While you are waiting for class to start, set up your wireless device with LectureTools by going to: https:/my.lecturetools.com/l/103511 Answer your first participation question: Have you tried LearnSmart yet? a) Yes b) Not yet, but its on my to-do list!

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    Chapter3

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Stoichiometry 1 we must account for all of the atoms in a chemical reaction. Physically counting atoms is impossible! Instead we need to relate measured mass to numbers of atoms This is done using Avagadros number Stoichiometry 2 What 1 mole looks lik

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    DGD 1

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    There are 4 general steps to follow when approaching problems in chemistry: 1) Plan 2) Analyze 3) Solve 4) Think About It 5) Communicate it DGD - Dimensional Analysis 1 2.45 All non-zero numbers are significant 2.405 Zeros between non-zero numbers are sig

  • 8 Pages LAB 1
    LAB 1

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    StudentName:_ StudentNumber:_ PartnersNameandStudent#:_ Demonstrator'sName:_ PLEASENOTE: IfANYoftheaboveinformationisUNCLEARornotprovided,yourgrade willNOTberecorded! LabDay(circle):Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThursnight Fri LabWeek(circle): 2 1 Laborator

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    Test Review Ch. 1-4

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Principles Of Chemistry

  • 1 Page Midtern Review Questions
    Midtern Review Questions

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Chapter 1 1.44 (7.8 g/mL, 8.9 g/mL, 7.1 g/mL), 1.48 (1.84x10 m), 1.58, 1.66, 1.76, 1.82, 1.86 Chapter 2 2.20, 2.25 (19.83 g cesium, 18.94 g iodine), 2.39, 2.47, 2.49, 2.102, 2.105 (Na 2Cr2O7, 261.98 u, NH4ClO4, 117.49 u, Mg(NO2)23H2O, 170.38 u), 2.106, 2.

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    Chapter2

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

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    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    CHM1311 Section B Principles of Chemistry Fall 2013 Course Information and Syllabus Professor: Office Hours: Dr. Natalie Goto DIorio 406 562-5800 ext. 6918 Email: ngoto@uottawa.ca Tuesday 9:30 10:30 Wednesday 14:00 15:00 *or by appointment Course Website:

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    Nov4

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    https:/my.lecturetools.com/l/103527 For the general reaction: c (a ) (a ) Q= (a ) (a ) C D a A d b B What is the equilibrium constant expression for: 3 Fe(s) + 4 H2O (g) a) b) c) d) Fe3O4 (s) + 4 H2(g) P(H2O)4 / P(H2)4 P(H2)4 / P(H2O)4 P(Fe3O4)P(H2O)4 / P

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    Nov21

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

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    Dec2

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Which of the following sets of quantum numbers does not match the orbital designation? A. n=1, l = 0: a 1s orbital B. n=2, l= 0: a 2p orbital C. n=3, l = 0: a 3s orbital D. n=3, l = 1: a 3p orbital E. n=3, l = 2: a 3d orbital Chapter 6 - Electronic Struct

  • 39 Pages Sept16
    Sept16

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    https:/my.lecturetools.com/l/103513 Today we will review the rules for naming (mostly inorganic) compounds. Your response to the following question will tell me how much time we should spend on this material Which of the following have the correct name an

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    Sept30

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Monday Sept. 30th, TODAY! The last day to opt-out of in-class participation and/or on-line homework. If this is you, send me an email by the end of the day clearly stating that you wish to opt-out. Thursday Oct. 3rd Assignment #3 is due just before cla

  • 27 Pages Sept26
    Sept26

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    https:/my.lecturetools.com/l/103516 For the following reaction: 2CrO2-(aq) + 2H2O(l) + 6ClO-(aq) ! 2CrO42- (aq) + 3Cl2(g) + 4OH-(aq) Which of the following statements is FALSE? a) CrO2- is being oxidized. b) Chlorite is being reduced. c) This is a balance

  • 7 Pages 2011 Midterm Compilation
    2011 Midterm Compilation

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

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    2011 Midterm Compilation Solved

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

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    2012-Midterm2A

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

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    Michael

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Principles Of Chemistry

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