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School: Colorado State University
Department: Chemistry
Course: General Chemistry I
Professor: Ruth Tucker
Term: Summer 2016
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Name: Exam 4 study guide
Description: Things/goals you need to know for the next exam
Uploaded: 04/15/2018
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background image Exam 4 study guide 6.3 Molarity  1. Identify the solutes and solvent in a solution  2. Express the concentrations of solutions in various units including molarity  3. Interconvert the amount of solute, volume of solution, and concentration  4. Interconvert the molarity and volume of solutions that are being diluted  5. Draw and relate molecular-level pictures of solutions to relative concentration and
solute identity
  7 Stoichiometry of Chemical Reactions and 11.2 Electrolytes  6. Write and balance chemical equations to describe chemical reactions  7. Predict how strong and weak acids and bases behave in aqueous solution  8. Identify combustion, precipitation and neutralization reactions  9. Predict the products of combustion and neutralization reactions  10. Predict whether a precipitation reaction will occur using solubility rules  11. Predict the products of precipitation reactions using solubility rules  12. Write molecular, total ionic, and net ionic equations for reactions in solution  13. Identify spectator ions in ionic equations for reactions in solution  14. Relate molecular-level pictures of solutions to precipitation reactions, including 
spectator ions 
15. Distinguish between strong electrolytes, weak electrolytes, and nonelectrolytes 
based on chemical formulas and molecular-level pictures of solutions 
16. Characterize soluble ionic and molecular compounds (including strong and weak
acids and bases) as strong, weak, or nonelectrolytes 
17. Use balanced chemical reactions to relate the amount (mass, moles, volume, 
etc.) of reactants and products 
18. Determine the concentration of a solute from titration data  19. Determine the limiting reactant in a reaction mixture  20. For any reaction mixture, determine the amount that was consumed, produced, 
and/or remains for any reactant or product 
21. Interconvert the actual, theoretical, and percent yields in a chemical reaction  22. Give examples for why a reaction may not have a 100% yield 

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School: Colorado State University
Department: Chemistry
Course: General Chemistry I
Professor: Ruth Tucker
Term: Summer 2016
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Name: Exam 4 study guide
Description: Things/goals you need to know for the next exam
Uploaded: 04/15/2018
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