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Exam 2

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Kim Notetaker
CSU Chico

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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Kim Notetaker on Tuesday October 4, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to Chem 111 at California State University Chico taught by in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see General Chemistry in Science at California State University Chico.


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Date Created: 10/04/16
Exam 2 The equation bellow should be balanced with the lowest whole numbered coefficients. What is the sum? ___PH3+____O2 -------- ____P4O10+____H2O *22, *10, *12, *19 3.67×10 g You are given a sample of inside this sample is an unknown 18 compound which contains 1.23×10 molecules. What is the unknown compound. *CH4 *NaCl*H2O *CO Must know: Formula of a compound Names of chemicals - Ex). H2SO3 name is sulfuric acid Heisenberg uncertainty principle Electron configuration Orbital filling diagram Pauli exclusion principle Smallest to largest atomic radius Strong and weak acids Balanced molecular equations Balanced Ionic equations Balanced net ionic equations Bohr model Wavelength −34 H= 6.626×10 J⋅s If 80.1g of N2H4 and 92.0g of N2O4 react which one is the limiting reactant? 2N 2 +4 O →2N4+4H O 2 2 - How many g of nitrogen is produced - If the percent yield of nitrogen gas was 92.2% what was the actual yield in grams - How many g of excess reactant remains at the end of the reaction An unknown compound of 2.796g produced 5.597g of CO2 and 2.268g of H2O - Mass of carbon in the unknown compound - Mass of hydrogen in the unknown compound - Unknown compound contain oxygen. Yes? No? - Empirical formula of the compound


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