Colligative Properties: Deal with changes that come from adding a solute to a solvent. Colligative properties: Are properties that depend on the number of solute particals and the solvent but not he type of solute partical. Four colligative propertie
Week 2 Worksheet
1. What is the first law of thermodynamics?
2. How are internal energy and enthalpy related? What is the difference?
-Standard Enthalpies of Formation
3. Calculate H for the combustion of propanol.
4. The standard enthalpy of forma
WEEK 3 WORKSHEET
1. Draw an outline of a phase diagram with major points and regions labeled.
2. What are van der Waals forces? How can they affect the boiling point of a
3. An element crystallizes in a face centered c
WEEK 4 MIDTERM REVIEW WORKSHEET
1. How many atoms are in a unit cell of a body centered cubic structure?
Hexagonal close packed structure?
2. What are the units of ppm? ppb? ppt?
3. Which of the following pairs are more likely to f
Week 1 Worksheet
1. What are the units for joules?
2. What is a consecutive reaction? What is an intermediate in a consecutive
-Heat *Similar to Thermochemistry Postlab Calculations
3. How much heat is required to raise the temperature of
Week 6 Worksheet
1. In an equilibrium process, the concentrations of products and of reactants are equal. (T/F)
2. Changes in temperature cause change in the equilibrium position. (T/F)
3. One of the reactions in the gasific
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Week 7 Worksheet
1. What is Q of a reaction?
2. Which way will the equilibrium shift in the following scenarios?
a. K >Q
b. Q > K
c. Q = K
3. Which is favored, products or reactants?
a. K > 1
b. K < 1