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Chapter 13, Part 1 Review

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These notes act as a supplemental review for Chapter 13 in General Chemistry.
General Chemistry II
Dr. Rosa Bell
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Chemistry, Tro, General Chemistry




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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Courtney Williams on Monday February 22, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 1160 at East Carolina University taught by Dr. Rosa Bell in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 17 views. For similar materials see General Chemistry II in Chemistry at East Carolina University.


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Date Created: 02/22/16
 •        Which of the following statements about the rate of a chemical reaction is NOT true?  •        It is measured as a change in the amounts of reactants or products divided by the change  in time.  •         It is defined as the negative change in concentration of products per unit time .  •        Typical units are M/sec, M/min.  •        It is defined as the negative change in concentration of reactant per unit time. 2. Below is the rate law expression for a hypothetical reaction.  According to its reaction order,  how does the Rate change if the concentration of A is increased by a factor of 2?  Rate =   k   [A]   •        The rate stays the same.  •        The rate increases by a factor of 2.  •        The rate increases by a factor of 8.  •        The rate increases by a factor of 6. 3. If the plot of _______________ versus time yields a straight line, the reaction is first order.  •        concentration of reactant  •        natural log of the concentration of reactant  •        the reciprocal of the concentration of reactant  •        temperature of reactant 4. Chemical reactions that proceed at a rate that does NOT depend on the concentration of the  reactant are called _______.  •        Zero­order reactions  •        Squared­order reactions  •        First­order reactions  •        Second­order reactions 5. Below is the rate law expression for a hypothetical reaction that involves two reactants. How is the overall order for the rate law determined? m n  Rate =   k   [A]    [B]   •        Overall order = m – n  •        Overall order = m x n  •        Overall order = m + n  •        Overall order = m / n


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