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10. Ka = 5.0 X 10-10 for formic acid, CHOOH. Given an initial 0.20 mol/L solution
of formic acid calculate the following values at equilibrium (7):
CHOOH(aq) + H2O(aq) > H3O+ (aq) + CHOO- (aq)
a) [H+] (4)
b) PH (2)
c) POH (2)
d) Kb (2)
11. The reaction:
H2(9)
+ CO2(9)
CO(9)
+ H20(9)
Has a K = 0.771. If 5 mole each of hydrogen and carbon dioxide gas are placed in a
4.00 L flask, and allowed to react what will be the equilibrium concentrations of all four
gases? (5)
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Standard Enthalpy of Formation Data of Selected Elements and Compounds
Substance
AH,
Substance
Substance
AH,
KJ
KJ
KJ
mol
mol
mol
Al (S)
0
F2 ( 9 )
0
O3 ( 9)
142.3
Al203 (S)
-1669.8
HF (9)
-268.6
P (s) (white)
0
Br2 (1)
0
H2 (9 )
0
P (s) (red)
-18.4
HBr (9)
36.2
H20 (1)
-285.8
PH3 (9)
9.2
Ca (s)
0
H2O (9)
-249.2
PC13 (9)
-306.4
CaCO3 (s)
-1206.7
H202 (1)
-187.6
P406 (S)
-2144.3
(calcite)
CaCl2 (s)
-795
Fe ( s )
0
P4010 ( $)
-2984.0
C (s)
0
FeO (s)
-266.5
H3PO4 (S)
-1281.1
(graphite)
C (S)
1.9
Fe203 (s)
-822.2
K (S )
0
(diamond)
CCI4 ()
-139.3
Fe304 (S)
-1117.1
KCI ( S )
-435.9
CCI4 (9)
-106.7
FeCl2 (s)
-341
KCIO3 (S)
-391.2
CHCl3 (9)
-82.0
FeCl3 (s)
-405.0
KOH (S)
-425.8
CH4 (9)
-74.8
FeS2 (s)
-177.9
Ag (s)
0
C2 H2 (9)
226.7
Pb (s)
0
AgCI (s)
-127.0
C2H4 (9)
52.3
PbCl2 (s)
-359.2
AgNO3 (S)
-123.1
C2H6 (9)
-84.7
Mg (s)
0
Na (s
0
C3H8 (9)
-103.8
MgCl2 (s)
641.8
NaCl (s)
-411
C6H6 (1)
82.9
MgO (s)
601.8
NaOH (s)
-426.7
CH3OH (1)
-238.6
Hg (1)
0
NazCO3 (s)
-1130.9
C2H5OH (1)
-277.6
HgS (s) (red)
-58.2
S ( S )
0
(rhombic)
CH3CO2H (1)
-487.0
Ne (9)
O
S (9)
222.8
CO (9)
-110.5
N2 (9)
0
SF6 (9)
-1096.2
CO2 (9)
-393.5
NH3 (9)
-46.2
H 2S ( 9)
-20.1
CIO2 (9)
103.3
N2H4 (1)
50.4
SO2 (9)
-296.9
CS2 (9)
115.3
NH4CI (s)
315.4
SO3 (9)
-395.2
C12 (9)
0
NH4NO3 (S)
-365.1
H2SO4 (1)
-811.3
HCI (9)
-92.3
NO (9)
90.4
Sn ( s)
0
(white)
Cr ( s )
0
NO2 (9)
33.8
Sn ( s)
2.5
(gray)
CrCl3 (s)
-563.2
N20 (9)
81.5
SnCl2 (s)
-349.8
Cu (s )
0
N204 (9)
9.2
SnCl4 (1)
-545.2
CuO (s)
-155.2
HNO3 (1)
-173.2
CuCI
-136
O (9)
249.2
CuCl2 (s)
-205.9
O2 (9)
0
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STANDARD REDUCTION POTENTIALS FOR HALF-REACTIONS
Ionic concentrations are a 1 M in water at 25 C
Half-reaction
E (Volts)
F2() + 2e -> 2F .......
+2.87
H,O2 + 2 H* + 2e -> 2 H2 .......
+1.77
MnO, + 8 H + 5e -> Mn2+ + 4 H,O
.......
+1.52
Aut + 3e -> Au(s) ..........".
+1.50
Cl2(@) + 2 e - 2 CI .......
+1.36
Cr20,2 + 14 H* + 6e -> 2 Cr3 + 7 H,O
+1.33
MnO2(5) + 4H + 2 e -> Mn2* + 2 H,O
+1.28
1/2 02(@) + 2 H* + 2 e -> HO
+1.23
Br, (1) + 2 e - 2Br .......
+1.06
NO, + 4 H* + 3e -> NO) + 2 H,O
+0.96
1/2 02() + 2 H* + 2 e -> H,O
+0.82
Agt +e -> Agg) .....".
+0.80
NO, + 2 H*+e -> NO260) + HO
+0.78
Felt +e-> Felt
+0.77
O2() + 2H* + 2 e -> H202
+0.68
I2(s) + 2e - 2 1 ......
+0.53
Cut + 2e -> Cu(s) ..........".
+0.34
SO 2 + 4 H* + 2e -> SO2(@) + 2 HO
+0.17
Sn# + 2 e -> Sn2+
+0.15
So) + 2 H + 2 e -> HS()
+0.14
2H* + 2e -> H2(g)
0.00
Felt + 3e -> Fe(s)
-0.04
pb2+ + 2e - Pb(s)
-0.13
Sn2+ + 2e - Sn(s)
....
-0.14
Ni2 + 2e -> Ni(s)
-0.25
Cd2+ + 2e -> Cd(s)
-0.40
Felt + 2e -> Fe(s)
-0.44
Cr3 + 3e -> CI(s)
-0.74
Zn2+ + 2e"-> Zn(s)
-0.76
2H,O + 2e -> 2OH + H2(8)
-0.83
Mn2+ + 2e' -> Mn(s)
-1.18
A13+ + 3e -> Al(5) ........
-1.66
Mg2+ + 2e - Mg(s)
-2.37
Nat +e -> Na(s)
-2.71
Cart + 2e -> Ca(s)
-2.87
S+ 2+ + 2e - SI(s )
-2.89
Bart + 2e -> Ba(s)
-2.90
Cs* + e' -> CS(s)
........
-2.92
K +e -> K(s)
-2.92
Lit +e -> Li(s) ....
. .......
-3.00

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