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Chemistry 111 Study Guide

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Chemistry 111 Study Guide CHEM 111 - 02

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This Study Guide goes over Matter and Energy, Atoms, Ions, Molecules, along with Atomic Structure. There are 50 questions that cover all of these sections. There are short answer and open-ended que...
General Chemistry I
Dr. Antonio Lara
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Makayla Richardson on Saturday September 24, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to CHEM 111 - 02 at New Mexico State University taught by Dr. Antonio Lara in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 38 views. For similar materials see General Chemistry I in Chemistry and Biochemistry at New Mexico State University.

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Chemistry 111 Study Guide 1 1) What are the three states of matter? 2) What happens what a molecule undergoes deposition? Sublimation? 3) What is a heterozygous mixture? Homozygous? Give examples. 4) List one chemical and one physical properties and how you know that they are physical  of chemical. 5) How can a person distinguish between table salt, sugar, and aluminum?   6) How does the SI system differ from the US Customary System of Units? 7) A piece of yarn is measured out to 4.0x10  m. What is the length in miles? 8) What is the mass of a gold block that measures 2.5 cm x 4 cm x 5.5 cm? 9) What is the volume of 1.00 kg of Magnesium? 10)Which of the following numbers have just 3 significant figures? 7.04    6.587   408    6.02x10       12.98      9.76        11) What is the correct number of significant figures: 0.0000000765  and 2.54x10 ­6       12) Write the appropriate number of significant figures: 549.8+78.24       13) Write the appropriate number of significant figures: 25.634x54.5       14) Write the appropriate number of significant figures:  35/1.643       15) Write in standard notation: 1.54x10 5       16) Write in scientific notations: 0.00000000000087       17) What is the area called that houses the bulk of the atom’s mass?       18) What is an Alpha particle? Beta Particle?       19) What is an isotope?       20) What is an ion? Cation? Anion?      21) Define the Atomic Theory      22) Define chemical bonds?      23) What are four ways that mixtures can be separtated?      24) Who discovered the proton and neutron?      25) Who was the periodic table arranged by?     26) What are horizontal rows on the periodic table called?     27) What are the vertical rows on the periodic table called?     28) Define the scientific law.    29) An apple leaf has the mass of 253 g. What is the mass of the orange lead in kilograms?    30) What does not reside in the atomic nucleus?    31) List 3 metalloids?    32) What is the symbol for Calcium, Neon, and Nitrogen.    33) What is the family of elements in Group 2 called?    34) The number of protons is given on the periodic table is called the?    35) What is the number of electrons on the Zn ion?     36) A phosphorus­31 atoms has _____ Protons, ____ Neutrons, and ______ Electrons.   37) An energy wave is emitting a radiation wavelength of 712 nm. What is the frequency of the  light waves? Where does it fall on the electromagnetic spectrum? What is the energy of the  photon? 36) What part of the light spectrum has a high energy, low energy, highest wavelength, lowest  wavelengths, and frequencies.  37) What are the 7 types of light on the electromagnetic spectrum?  38) What is wavelength, frequencies, and how does it correlate with hertz? 39) What is the difference between the atomic emissions spectrum and the atomic absorption  spectrum?   40) What are blackbody radiators?  41) What is a quantum?  42) List Plancks Constant? 43) What is the photoelectric effect and who invented it? 44) What is the threshold frequency? 45) List the Balmer empirical equation?  46) List the Rydberg empirical equation? 47) Give the Bohr model and input n=6  afd n=2 i 48) Describe the Ground State and the Excited State of the electron. 49) Give the work function? 50) What is ionization? 


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