Quiz II Chemistry 1412
Note: This Quiz has a possible 20 points maximum.
On questions that require calculation, please show your work in the space provided.
If you need more space, then use the back of the paper and indicate that t
= 100.0 kJ/mol and
= 20 J/mol K for a hypothetical phase
transition. At what temperature are the two phases
in equilibrium (in other words, what is the melting
(a) 5 K
(b) 5 K
(c) 5000 K
(d) 5000 K
0 = 100 kJ/mol T 2
1. Is Srxn
> 0, = 0, or < 0 for the following reaction:
P4(g) + 6Cl2(g) 4P Cl3(g)?
(a) > 0
(b) = 0
(c) < 0
There are fewer moles of gas on the product side than
on the reactant side, so there is more order in the
products and therefore Srxn
1202 Group Final Exam
December 5, 2011
Profs. Hogan, Kolniak, Stanley
Please answer all questions on your scantron answer sheet to hand in. You may keep these
question sheets. Each question is worth the same number of points.
1. Calculate Hrxn for the rea
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