CHEMISTRY EXAM: GASES
OUTLINE OF TOPICS
*Remember to bring a nongraphing calculator to the exam.
Units: P [latm = 760mmHg = 760 Torr = 101.3 kPa], V [L], n, T [Kelvin]
Boyles Law, Charles Law, Gay-Lussacs Law: Know the statement for each law, the
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ACID - BASE TITRATION
In this experiment, you will titrate an acid of unknown concentration with a base of
known concentration. The titration will enable you to determine
All lab reports will vary slightly depending upon the experiment. Some of our
experiments are more calculation based while others are more observation based. The
following is meant to be a guide for writing all lab reports.
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PRACTICE WITH MOLES, HYDRATES & TYPES OF REACTIONS
A) 10.00 g ofNazCO3 ' ?H30 was heated until all the water was released. The mass
of the anhydrous compound remaining was 3.71 g. Determine the 0/o water and
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