Chapter 7 Workbook 1. Microwaves, such as those used in radar or to cook food, have wavelengths greater than 3.0 mm. What is the frequency of this radiation? Calculate the energy associated with this wavelength. = 1 x 1011 Hz; E= 6.63 x 10-23 J
2. Sodium
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Conductivity: LED Experiment
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at the beginning of clas
STATISTICS 321 Spring 2009 Quiz 2 (20 points) This quiz has 2 sides.
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1. Let X and Y be two continuous random variables with joint probability density function given by f (x, y) = x + y, 0 x 1, 0 y 1 0, otherwise
(a) Find the marginal probability den
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Study Guide for Exam One
For Exam one, you will need a non-programmable, non-graphing calculator (You will NOT be allowed to share or borrow a calculator or use a cell phone for a calculator during the exam.) a #2 pencil Exa
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Assigned Metal: Mg
The Heat of Combustion of Metals
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partner. This repo
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This is a summary of the key concepts you should understand and be able to apply for Exam 3. Applying
the concepts often means doing calculations, and while I havent specified, you should know what types of
calculations I e
Statistics 321: Exam 1 Review Disclaimer: This review is not meant to reflect the actual exam or all of the material covered in class. This is only meant to serve as an aid when studying for the test. 1. A state energy agency sends questionnaires to homeo
STATISTICS 321 Dr. Soma Roy Exam 2 May 21, 2009 (4 sides )
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1. Consider writing onto a computer disk and sending it through a certifier that counts the number of missing pulses. Suppose this number X has a Poisson distribution with
CHEM 124 MIDTERM 2: STUDY GUIDE
Chem 124-11 Winter 2009
Chapter 20 Summary:
a. for any process, chemical reactions included, one direction is spontaneous and the other is
non-spontaneous
b. While many exothermic reactions are spontaneous, H alone cannot p
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Show all work for full credit. Include units and obey the rules of significant figures in your final answer. 1. (10 points) An aqueous solution of sodium phosphate was combined with an aqu
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Using Excel
Instructions: This assignment is to be completed ON YOUR OWN OUTSIDE OF
CLASS and is due at the beginning of class on Tuesday September 27, 2011.
You are to fill in this form using Microsoft Word to create a clear and info
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Dr. Neff
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Conductivity: LED Experiment
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ACP Chemistry Exam: Thermodynamics
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This exam is worth 72 points. Only those exams completed in black ink will
be graded. Good luck!
1 Which of the following signs on q and w represent a system that is doing work on the
surroundin
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OrganicChemistryHandouts
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Isomers
Isomers are molecules with the same molecular formula but different structural formulas. There are
six general types, three have to do with the arrangement of carbon and other elements as
substituents (skel
Stoichiometry Review Ch. 9
*YOUR ANSWERS MUST INCLUDE THE PROPER NUMBER OF SIG FIGS AND
COMPLETE UNITS IN ORDER TO RECEIVE CREDIT FOR THE PROBLEM.*
BALANCE THE FOLLOWING EQUATIONS TO USE IN QUESTIONS 5 14:
1.
_ Al + _ O2 _ Al2O3
2.
_ Cu + _ AgNO3 _ Ag + _
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Naming Organic Compounds
According to the system devised by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC),
a chemical name has three parts: prefix, parent and suffix:
Prefix - PARENT - Suffix
Where
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Chapter 6 and 11 Lecture Examples 1. A gas is cooled and loses 653 J of heat. As the gas contracts, 2.2 kJ worth of work is done on the system. What are the values for heat, work, and change in internal energy?
2. Compare copper (speci
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MORE Organic Chemistry Problems
1. Name the following compounds (or draw the molecule if given the name):
Structure
(a)
Name
CH3
CH3CHCH2CH3
(b)
H 2C CHCH2CH
CH3
CH3
(c)
Cl
CH3 CHCH 2CH3
(d)
OH
CH3 CHCH 2CH3
(e)
O
CH3 CCH2 CH
4/23/12
Total radial probability = 2 x volume of shell (in terms of r) At nucleus, r = 0 As r increases, volume of shell increases. As r increases, probability (2) decreases.
1
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Conductivity Experiment, Parts 1 & 2
Part 1: Temperature Dependence of Resistance, R, of a Metal
In the table below, record the results of your measurements of resistance for each temperature you recorded.
Be sur
Practice Worksheet
1. Given the basic Lewis structure for NH3 shown, what molecular geometry or shape would
this molecule have? Note that this is a Lewis Structure, not a drawing to represent a VSEPR
shape!
a. linear
b. trigonal planar
c. tetrahedral
d. t
Chem 124 Spring 2012
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The Heat of Sublimation of Dry Ice
Instructions: Each person is to submit an individual report after performing the experiment with your partner. This report is due at the beginning of class o
Topic
Thermochemistry
Tro
Sections
Chapter(s)
Ch 6
2-9
Types of Energy, System vs.
Surroundings, Law of Conservation of
Energy, Energy Units
Internal Energy, Heat and Work,
Energy Diagrams, PV Work
State Functions, Enthalpy
Exothermic, Endothermic,
Enthal
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Workbook on Bonding, Lewis Structures, VSEPR
This is our 2nd to last workbook, it covers some material weve already touched on (bonding) and the
material were going to cover. See suggested text problems also.
I will give you these two equa
CHEM124-W16 Quiz # 1
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Time: 25 minutes Total: 30 points
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Seat #:_
A list of equations and conversion factors and a periodic table are provided with
this quiz.
Part A: Circle the correct answer: (4x3pts)
1. What type of spectrum, if any, wo
CHEM124 W16 Quiz # 2
Time: 25 minutes Total: 30 points
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Seat # _
Part A: Circle the correct answer: (5x3pts)
1. Atomic orbitals developed using quantum mechanics
A) describe regions of space in which one is most likely to find an electron.
B) descri
Part A:
1. A
2. A
3. A
4. A
5. C
6. A
7. B
8. B
9. D
10. D
11. C
12. A
13. B
14. B
15. C
16. B
17. A
Part B:
18. a) phosphorus pentachloride
c) Iron(III) bromide
19.
a) M = 8x1/8 + 1 = 2
N=4x =1
X=8x=2
M2NX2
B) Cu = 8 x 1 = 8
Al = 8x1/4 + 4x1/4 + 1 = 4
Mn
CHEM124 W16 Quiz # 3
Chem 124 02/17/2016
Fall 2012
Time:
25
minutes
Total:
30
points
11. For each of the following pictures of unit cells for ionic compounds, dr
Name:_
diagrams. For all of these, determine the correct ionic formula for the com
compound.