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Chemistry Fundamentals II

by: Ellen Braun

Chemistry Fundamentals II CHM 2046

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Ellen Braun
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Ellen Braun on Thursday October 22, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to CHM 2046 at University of Central Florida taught by Stephen Kuebler in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 40 views. For similar materials see /class/227649/chm-2046-university-of-central-florida in Chemistry at University of Central Florida.

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Date Created: 10/22/15
Chemistry Fundamentals ll CHM 2046 Section 0001 Exam 1 20 September 2005 Content Kotz Ch 1314 This exam consists of 20 multiple choice questions Select only one answer per question Answers must be recorded on the raspberry NCS ScanTron sheet Fill in the following information Name Subject Date Student ID PID Test Form quotAquot and Exam No quot002quot Answer sheets that do not indicate the Test Form will NOT be graded You have 45 minutes to complete the exam ScanTron sheets will be collected at the end of the allotted exam time Please remain seated and quiet upon completing the exam Potentially Useful Data R 83145 K1 moll R 008206 L atm K71 mol1 0 C 27315 K 18VIII Period Actinides I block 7 Test Form A 1 of 3 l Diethyl ether has an enthalpy of vaporization of 290 kImol The compound has a vapor pressure of 524 mm Hg at 298 K At what temperature is the vapor pressure equal to 760 mm H 7 a 721 K b 289 K c 308 K d 518 K e 372 K 2 Hydrochloric acid is sold as a concentrated aqueous solution If the molarity of commercial HCl is 120 and its density is 118 gan3 then the molality of the solution is a 10 2 b 120 same as the molarity c 162 d 274 e 324 3 Which intermolecular forces are present in 502s 1 London dispersion 2 hydrogen bonding 3 dipoleidipole mD nU p DJ 0 FL lt Comm 4 Cuprite is a semiconductor Oxide ions are at the cube comer and in the cube center Copper ions are wholly within the unit cell shown at right Which gives the correct formula for cuprite 50519531 0 E O u Cannot be determined from data available 5 A line drawn between which two points describes a phase transition from gas to liquid a AtoB b BtoC c EtoB d EtoD e BtoA Test Form A 2 of 3 v r 1 407 k molquot vapoan mg wat2r7 100 H 4070 k a 2160 k 01 40700 k 2 Mom data is mEdEd to answErthE quEsnon p a 7Ava R b R AH a R AH 2 7R x AH TEStForm A 3 of3


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