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Chem 1301

by: Brianna Carmony

Chem 1301 Chem 1301-2

Brianna Carmony
Baylor University

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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Brianna Carmony on Sunday February 21, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to Chem 1301-2 at Baylor University taught by John Olson in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 43 views. For similar materials see Principles of Chemistry I in Chemistry at Baylor University.


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Date Created: 02/21/16
1) A compound containes only C, H and O and has a molar mass of 216.18/mol. When 8.64g  of the compound is burned in excess oxygen, it produces 15.8g of CO2 and 4.32g of H2O.  Determine the molecular formula for this compound. 2) The following oxidation­ reduction reaction takes place in the basic solution. The Br is  oxidized by 5 and the N is reduced by 4. Balance the reaction. Br2  +  NO3­ —> BrO2­   +   N2O 3)The following oxidation­ reduction reaction takes place in an acidic solution. Mn is oxidized by  5 and Br is reduced by 8. Balance the reaction. BrO4­   +    Mn(OH)2 —>  Br­  +  MnO4­ 4)Question 4 corresponds to the following reaction. The molar masses in g/mol are given above  the compounds. For your convenience, the reaction is rewritten for each problem. 140.13 32.00 44.01 18.016 2C7H8O3 +    1502      —>   14CO2     +     8H2O a) Determine the amount in grams of both reactants that is needed to produce 37.0g of H2O. b) Determine the final masses of all products that can be produced when 27.8g of C7H8O3  reacts with 57.6g of oxygen. c) Determine the percent yield for this reaction if 25.2g of C7H8O3 when reacted with excess  oxygen actually produced 8.79g of water. 2C7H8O3   +   15O2  —>    14CO2   +   8H2O


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