HW KEY: Introduction to Pressure
Read p. 303-312. Do p. 312 # 1-4; p327 # 1-3, 9, 15,16,17
p. 312
1) Define Pressure: Force per unit area.
P
Force( weight )
area
2) What units are used to express pres
Review - CS
Moles and Stoichiometry
Name
Period
KEY
Date
Material covered on test:
Labs: Percent Composition/Empirical Formula Lab, PbCrO4 Lab
Coverage in Book: Empirical and Molecular Formulas: p 229
Reviewextra questions
Unit 2: Moles and Stoichiometry
Name_KEY_
18) Suppose 6.0 L of hydrogen gas is reacted with excess nitrogen gas at standard temperature and pressure to form ammonia
by the follow
Reviewextra questions
Unit 2: Moles and Stoichiometry
Name_
18) Suppose 6.0 L of hydrogen gas is reacted with excess nitrogen gas at standard temperature and pressure to form
ammonia by the following
Review - CS
Moles and Stoichiometry
Name
Period
Date
Material covered on test:
Labs: Percent Composition/Empirical Formula Lab, PbCrO4 Lab
Coverage in Book:
Empirical and Molecular Formulas: p 229-233
Review for Quest
Basics and History of Atoms
Name_
Period_ Date_
Topics:
- protons, neutrons, electrons, atomic number, mass number, symbols
- Calculations of average atomic mass of an element given %
REVIEW- CS
Name_
Equilibrium
Period_
Topics:
Concept of equilibrium: the rate of the forward reaction = the rate of the reverse reaction
Concentrations of reactants and products are constant (but not
REVIEW- CS
Electron Configurations, Periodic Table (no trends)
Name_KEY_
Period_ Date_
- Relationships between energy, frequency & wavelength.
- Calculations using c =
and E h . (These formulas and th
REVIEW- CS
Electron Configurations, Periodic Table (no trends)
Name_
Period_ Date_
Topics:
- Relationships between energy, frequency & wavelength.
- Calculations using c = and Eh. (These formulas and
Review- Midterm Exam- CS
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Unit 1: Matter and Measurement
1) How many significant digits are in each of these numbers?
a) 100.5
b) 1050
c) 0.0050
d) 1589000
2) Make these calculations and write yo
Review- Midterm Exam- CS
Name_
Unit 1: Matter and Measurement
1) How many significant digits are in each of these numbers?
a) 100.5_
b) 1050 _
c) 0.0050 _
d) 1589000 _
2) Make these calculations and w
Review-CS
Name_KEY_
Gases
Period _ Date_
Topics:
Labs: P vs. Vol, Mg + HCl
Concept of pressure, gas pressure (due to collisions of molecules), and strength of atmospheric pressure
Calculating pressu