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CH 111, Week 4 Notes

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This covers combustion reactions, empirical formulas, and an introduction to solutions.
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Dr. Tom Getman
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Date Created: 09/30/16
CH 111 Notes: Week 4  Combustion Reactions: an organic substance combines with oxygen and is burned, giving off heat energy and creating carbon dioxide and water o Propane (C H 3 8 C 3 +85O → 32CO + 4H O2 2  Empirical Formula: the formula of a molecule with the smallest whole number ratio of atoms o C 5 4 vs. C10 8 → related by a whole number multiple of 2  In a combustion reaction, 135.0 mg of a hydrocarbon reacts with excess oxygen to produce 440.0 mg of carbon dioxide and 135.0 mg water. The hydrocarbon MM = 270 g/mol. Determine the empirical and molecular formulas. o C x +yO → C2 + H O 2 2 -3 0.4400 g CO (1 2ol CO /44.012g)(1 mol C/1 mol CO ) = 9.9977x12 mol C -2 0.1350 g H O 2 1 mol H O/18.22 g)(2 mol H/1 mol H O) = 1.4983210 mol H X = 9.9977x10 mol C/9.9977x10 mol C = 1 (x2) = 2 -2 -3 *Divide C and H by the lower number of Y = 1.4983x10 mol H /9.9977x10 mol C = 1.499 (x2) = 3 Empirical Formula: C H 2 3 moles and multiply to get to the nearest whole number MM C H 2 37.05 g/mol (270 g/mol)/(27.05 g/mol) = 10 C 2 3x10) = … Molecular Formula: C H 20 30  Lithium metal reacts with nitrogen gas to form a compound. If 0.437 g Li are completely reacted to form 0.725 g of the compound, what is the empirical formula? o Li + N →2Li N x y 0.725 g compound – 0.437 g Li = 0.288 g N X = 0.437 g Li (1 mol Li/6.941 g) = 6.296x10 mol Li/2.056x10 mol N -2 = 3.06 Y = 0.288 g N (1 mol N/14.01 g) = 2.056x10 mol N/2.056x10 mol N -2 = 1 Empirical Formula: Li N 3  A compound containing C, H, and O is burned. If 125.0 mg of the compound produces 177.5 mg of Co2 and 108.8 mg of H2O, what are the empirical and molecular formulas? MM of the compound = 62.08 g/mol. C ? O?+?O → C2 + H O 2 2 -3 o C: 0.1775 g CO (1 m2l CO /44.01 2)(1 mol C/1 mol CO ) = 4.033x10 2 mol C -3 -2 4.033x10 mol C (12.01 g/1 mol C) = 4.844x10 g C  4.033x10 mol C/4.03x10 mol O = 1.002 -2 o H: 0.1087 g H O (2 mol H O/18.02 g)(2 mol H/1 mol H O) = 1.206x12 mol H 1.206x10 mol H (1.01 g/1 mol H) = 1.216x10 g H -2 -2 -3  1.206x10 mol H/4.03x10 mol O = 3.00 o O: 0.1250 g compound - 4.844x10 g C - 1.216x10 g H = 6.44x10 g -2 O 6.44x10 g O (1 mol O/16.00 g) = 4.03x10 mol O -3 -3 -3  4.03x10 mol O/4.03x10 mol O = 1 Empirical Formula: CH O M3 = 31.04 g/mol Molecular Formula: (62.08 g/mol)/(31.04 g/mol) = 2.000 CH 3 (x2) = C 2 O6 2 Chapter 4: Solutions Solvent: the component in a solution with the greatest quantity (of moles) Solute: the component in a solution that is dissolved in the solvent Molarity: (M) moles of a component divided by the volume in liters (mol/L) o How many grams of sucrose (C H O ) are 12qu22e11to make 250.0 mL of a 1.25 M sucrose solution? MM C H O 12 22 11 = 342.34 g/mol 1.25 mol C H12 22 L110.2500 L)(342.34 g/1 mol C H O ) = 112 22 11 C 12O22 11 o Using this 1.25 M solution, how could we prepare 1.00 L of a 0.20 M sucrose solution? *M 1 =1M V *2 2 dilution equation (1.25 M)(V )1= (0.20 M)(1.00 L) V1= 0.260 L Spectrophotometry: using light (absorbance) to determine the concentration of a solute in solution o Beer’s Law *You will be using this concept in lab* Absorbance (no unit) Concentration of solute

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