Worksheet #2: Chapter 13 the Gas Laws
1. Determine the pressure of a 670 ml volume of gas if the original 3.50 L of gas was at a
pressure of 1240 ml Hg.
1.6478 mm Hg
2. A gas occupies a volume of 75.0 ml when the pressure is 13.4 psi. What volu
Chemistry Demonstration Project
Each student is to prepare a chemistry demonstration that relates to a topic covered in our
text. The demonstration must exhibit a major concept or topic covered in any chapter.
The demonstration must take five minutes or l
Chapter 6: Thermodynamics Worksheet
Define the following terms:
exothermic energy, in the form of heat given off to surroundings.
First Law of Thermodynamics energy can neither be created nor destroyed.
system the part of the Universe we ar
Redox reactions, or oxidation-reduction reactions, have a number of similarities to acidbase reactions. Fundamentally, redox reactions are a family of reactions that are
concerned with the transfer of electrons between species. Like acid-b
Chapter 6: Thermodynamics Worksheet #2
In a calorimetry experiment, 0.1277 g of Mg ribbon was added to 200.0 mL 0.500 M
HCl at 24.12 oC. The water temperature increased to 27.10 oC. Calculate H for this
reaction, as performed, and H per mole of HCl.
What are the shape of p sublevels?_dumbell_ What shape are s orbitals?_sphere
Write the electron configuration for Cl.
Write the electron configuration for Fe.
Identify the element:
Formulas for Chemistry L2 Final Exam:
c= 3.0 x 10 -8 m/s
Q = mcT
cwater = 1 cal/gC or 4.184 joules/g C
Q= m (LHfusion or vaporization )
LH fusion = 80 cal/g
K = C + 273
PV = nRT
R= 0.0821 liters atm
Standard Atmospheric Press
SOLUTIONS AND SOLUBILITY
LAB: Acid-Base Titration
PURPOSE: To determine the concentration of a solution of hydrochloric acid by acidbase titration.
In this experiment you will titrate a measured volume of HCl with a solution of NaOH of