1) 10.0 g of iron metal is reacted with excess chlorine to give Iron (III) Chloride according to the reaction
2Fe(s) + 3 Cl2 (g) 2 FeCl3 (s) .
a) How many grams of Cl2 is consumed when all 10.0 g Fe reacts?
b) If only 18.5 g FeCl3 is obtained a
Practice Questions Chapters 1 thru 3
1) Using periodic table, fill in the table below.
Number of Valence
2) List the following elements in increasing order of electronegativity
a) S, Cl, P
b) Ba, Sr, Ca
Written Homework 7, Due SUNDAY, March 6
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1. (4 points) Consider a function f (x) that has all of the properties listed below. For each
of the properties, write (in word
Written Homework 6, Due February 29
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Discussion Worksheet Questions week 8
Feb 29-Mar 4
1) You have 3.5 L of NO at 22.0 0C. What volume would the NO occupy at 37 0C?
2) Suppose you have 3.6 L of H2 gas at 380 mm Hg and 25 0C. What is the pressure of the gas if
it is transferred to a 5.0-lite
APSP 2 topics
Below are the topics to choose from in writing your second paper, APSP#2. This
assignment will follow the same guidelines as the first paper. The only difference is that
there will be new topics.
Who Might Become Depressed?
Suppose that you
Discussion: Worksheet Week 8
Lab: Determination of NaHCO3/Molar Mass of CO2, R Value
Exam 2: Friday, 3/4/16 Chaps: 4(5-9), 9,10, 5
General College Chemistry I
Instructor: Dr. Gregory Jursich
Practice Questions — Chapters 1 thru 3
1) Using periodic table, ﬁll in the table below.
Number of Valence
3) For the Lewis structures giVen determine
1) How many atoms of Neon are in a 35.0 L tank exerting a pressure of 2.00 atm at 20.0 0C?
2) A scuba diver tank contains 0.3 kg of oxygen compressed into a 2.32 L volume at 23 C. Using ideal gas
law, determine the pressure in atm. (atomic mass
In this activity, you will learn about the relationships between reaction rate, concentration, and
dynamic equilibrium. You will make qualitative and quantitative observations of one specific
equilibrium reaction to learn how different factors can affect