FUND OF CHEMISTRY I
FUND OF CHEMISTRY I CHEM 101
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CHEM 101 Dr Williamson EXAM I FALL 2008 You should be successful on this exam if you can do the following Note any changes announced in lecture or on the web bulletin board The numbers in brackets are problems at the back of the chapter in the textbook Reading is listed by the objective BASIC MEASURF MF NT Let s Review Know basic units and prefixes to convert metric to metric Define accuracy precision mean and standard deviation Read amp express measurements in si g figs Carry out math operations in sig Figs add sub multiply divide Express numbers in scientific notation Carry out math operations in sci notation Convert units using the Dimensional Analysis factor label method Define the 3 temperature scales amp convert between them Define density Given 2 of the 3 volume mass or density calculate the 3 d pm owewwe Chapter 1 Use evidence to distinguish between mixture pure and states of matter Use evidence to distinguish between elementcompound or atommolecule ID chemical and physical properties ID chemical and physical changes HHHH WNt O ATOMS CHAPTERSECTION Chapter 214 Interchapter Milestones In Development Of Chemistry 1 Describe and Evaluate Dalton s Atomic Theory 2 Write symbols of elements given the name vv 1 36 Ag Pt Au Hg Sn Pb I Rn U 3 Describe the evidence for the nuclear nature of the atom 4 Describe the composition of the atom in terms of p e and n 5 Determine the number of p n amp e given AX vv 6 Determine atomic number and mass number of two or more isotopes 7 Explain and calculate atomic mass using of isotopes vv 8 Describe the composition of an ion in terms of p e and n Chapter 2 Section 5 9 ID metals metalloids families groups and periods in the Periodic Chart 10 ID trends in reactivity with water Chapter 7 Section 5 some parts 11 ID trends in atomic radius and ionic radius 12 ID trends in Ionization Energy 13 ID EM radiation give types amp relative wavelengths Chapter 6 Sections 13 14 Calculate energy wavelength or frequency of light 15 Describe evidence for quantified nature of energy in electrons 16 Describe the Bohr model of the atom 17 Give the Bohr electron configuration for elements 1 20 18 Calculate the energy required to raise an electron to a higher energy level vv MOI F C UI F S PWNH 0014 H393S30l CHAPTERSECTION Chapter 2 Sections 68 Identify the kinds amp numbers of atoms in a formula vv Write formulas from ions given names vv Predict what ions are formed from given elements using their place in the chart Write formulas for compounds given their name vv Ometal nonmetal Ovariable valence metal nonmetal polyatomic compounds Write the symbols and charge for polyatomic ions given their name vv Ononmetal nonmetal Ooxyanion compounds a ids Chapter 3 section 7 Define and use average atomic mass amp amu Define and use molecular mass amp formula mass weight Define and use the mole Avogadro s number amp Molar Mass Chapter 2 sections 9 Chapter 2 sections 1011 Chapter 4 Section 4pages 171174 Convert between moles grams amp of particles for elements or compounds Calculate the mass or mass percent of an element or ion in a compound Calculate empirical formulas given mass or of elements 0 Calculate molecular formulas from the empirical given molar mass CHEMICAL E UATIONS amp RXN STOICHIOMETRY CHAPTERSECTION Chapter 3 Sections 12 1 Describe amp apply the Law of Conservation of Mass 2 Identify the evidences of a chemical reaction 3 Write formulas including diatomics and balance equations also know parts Chapter 4 Sections 13 4 Find the moles of the products given the moles of a reactant vv 5 Find the grams of the products given the moles of a reactant vv 6 Find the grams of the products given the grams of a reactant vv 7 Calculate the percentage yield of a rxn yield 2 actual yield theoretical yield X 100 8 Determine the limiting reagent in a rxn 9 Use the limiting reagent to calculate the grams and moles stoichiometry in a rxn
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