MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1) Hydrogen iodide decomposes at 800 K via a second-order process to produce hydrogen and iodine according
to the following chemic
Origin of the Species I
History of Life
Age of mammals.
At high gas rates, k a. minimizes the effect of differ
erences in Ht.
Therefore, it is expected that the over-all coefficiients would be nearly
equal at high gas rates and should show the greatestt difference at low
Figure 24 shows this to
THE ABSORPTION OF LOW-CONCENTRATION SULFUR DIOXIDE INTO 0.0580 MOLAL
The results for the absorption of sulfur dioxide of low concen-
tration into 00580 molal sulfuric acid are shown in Figure 26 and are
tabulated in Table XIV.
The variability of the data for low-concentration gas absorption
at first appears disturbing, but it is in the nature of low-concentration
over-all coefficient data to show variance.
This state of affairs arises
as a consequence of the additivity of the t
Figure 24. Comparison of Over-All Coefficients at High Gas
Concentration with Those at Low Concentration.
Open data points are for high-concentration gas
closed are for low.
CHM 1046C Exam 1A Study Guide
Note: For ease of writing, phrases such as be able to, know how to, or you should know
are often omitted from this list of study hints.
Understand any and all concepts from General Chemistry I (chapters 1-10 of Tro).
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
1. The solubility of sulfur dioxide in water at partial pressures
below 0.04 atmospheres has been determined for temperatures of 50, 60,
70, and 90F.
2. The solubility of sulfur dioxide in 0.0580 molal sulfuric acid
7. The over-all coefficients for the absorption of low-concentration
gases into dilute sulfuric acid are lower than for absorption into water
The precision of the data is not sufficient to warrant quanti-
tative conclusions regarding the effect o
Figure 30. Individual Liquid - Film Coefficients for the Absorption
of Low-Concentration Sulfur Dioxide into 0.0580
Molal Sulfuric Acid at 70 F.
The line is the oxygen desorption line corrected for
the diffusivity of S02.
At the beginning of the experiment I hypothesized that the amount of product produced from a reaction
between NaOH and CuSO4 would change directly proportional to the amount of reactant. I was able to
figure out that my initial hypothesis was incorrect be
Due week of November 7th 11th
Week 11: Pre-lab worksheet (5 points)
1) Define the following terms in your own words (2 points)
a. Thermodynamics: it is a branch of science that deals with the relations between heat
and other types of
Writing an Introduction
The purpose of this weeks lab was to evaluate how a plastic bag could be inflated, like
an airbag, by using sodium bicarbonate and acetic acid. This experiment is relevant to the real
world as airbags in motor vehicles use a simila
Due week of October 10th 14th
Week 7: Pre-lab worksheet (5 points)
Read the electronic leaflet I dont know what to Believe making sense of science stories and answer
the following questions.
1) In your own words, explain the definition of peer review.
Scientists Write! Abstract & Title (10 points)
Title: Instructions for first-year general chemistry lab regarding NMA spectroscopy and model building to
emphasize molecular shape and structure
Abstract: This lab illustrates how first year chemistry lab st