AP Chemistry Chemical Equations Worksheet
Changes to the AP Chemistry Exam format for 2007 include modification to Question 4 in Section II. Previously, students
were asked to write chemical equations for any five of eight given sets of chemica
Solution Stoichiometry Worksheet
Solve the following solutions Stoichiometry problems:
1. How many grams of silver chromate will precipitate when 150. mL of 0.500 M silver nitrate are added
to 100. mL of 0.400 M potassium chromate?
TOPIC 6: EQUILIBRIUM, PART D
Le Chateliers Principle
1. Suppose the reaction system
UO2 (s) + 4 HF (g) UF4 (g) + 2 H2O (g)
has already reached equilibrium. Predict the effect that each of the following changes has on the equilibrium
Vonderbrink #13: The Determination of Keq for FeSCN2+
1. Explain why a solution initially consisting of only reactants comes to equilibrium.
(Make sure to explain how changes in concentrations of reactants and products cause the rates of
A phase diagram lets you w ork out exactly w hat phases are present at any given temperature and pressure.
The fields (range of temperature and pressure) in which the three
solid - liquid boundary : melting crystallization
South Pasadena AP Chemistry
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15 Reaction Kinetics
We have all seen a lightstick.
We know it glows when it is
snapped & shaken?
Q: Why do you snap it?
Q: How long does it last?
Ideas in Mr. Groves mental model:
Sector area = r
Angular speed =
Linear speed =
Arc length= r
Law of Sines (AAS, ASA) Law of cosines (SSS,
sin A sin
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Chemistry: Calorimetry Problems 1
Solve the following problems. As always, include work and show the units to ensure full credit.
1. A 445 g sample of ice at 58oC is heated until its temperature reaches 29oC. Find the change in hea
Golden Valley HS AP Chemistry
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7 Periodic Properties
James Maxwell developed an elegant mathematical theory in 1864 to describe all forms of radiation in
terms of oscillating or wave-like electric and magnetic fields in space.
Unit 1.1 1.4
- Measuring Reaction Rates
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Answer the questions in the space provided. You must show all of your work to receive full
marks. All answers MUST be rounded to the correct number of Sig. Figures.
ANSWERS TO THIS WORKSHEET
Atomic Structure: Waves, Energy and Photons.
c = 3.0 x 10 8 m /s or 3.0 x 10 10 c m/s
h = 6.626 x 10-34J x s
1. List all electromagnetic radiations from low energy to high energy.
a. Radio waves, microwa
AP* Stoichiometry Free Response Questions KEY
a) 2 points
95 g F (1 mole F / 19.0 g F) = 5 mole F atoms
5 g H (1 mole H / 1.00 g H) = 5 mole H atoms
One point was awarded if H5F5 or other 1:1 ratios were given.
b) 2 points
The Springtime of Peoples
Ms . S us an M. Po je r
Ho rac e Gre e le y HS
An Evaluatio n o f the Co ng re s s
o f Vie nna
Redox Ws #3: Oxidizing Agents & Reducing Agents
In the following reactions identify the reactant that is oxidized, the reactant that is reduced, the oxidizing
agent, the reducing agent, and predict whether the reaction will take pla
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Consider the reaction: 2 NO(g) + O2(g) 2 NO2(g)
The following data were obtained from three experiments using the method of initial
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Trigonometry I Diploma Practice Exam - ANSWERS
These are the formulas for Trig I you will be given on your diploma.
a = r
Net Ionic Equations with Answers
Net Ionic Equations with Answers.doc The directions for the years 1968 through 2006 Give the formulas to show the reactants and the products for the following chemical reactions. Each occurs in aqueous solution unless othe
one t Wo
Definition of Naturalism
Naturalism is a literary movement that started
in the 1860s in France.It spread to the
Americas in the 1880s-1940s.Naturalism in
Mannerism, a phrase coined in the
20th-century, is what happened
artistically during the "Late"
Renaissance (otherwise known as
the years between Raphael's death
and the beginning of the Baroque
phase in 1600).
Art and Politics
or What Happened
During the 19th century, Manchester became one of the most industrialized cities in the world.
The growth of Manchester and its mass production of textiles benefited not only England, but
the rest of the world through commerce and manufacturing. This succ