GENERAL CHEMISTRY CHEM 162
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CHEM 162C Spring 2006 Final Exam Topics Goal Get vourself prepared to be able to solve problems and answer multiplechoice and truefalse questions concerning the following topics from Chapters 1420 of the course textbook There will be a couple of questions related to the lab topics Useful hints Practice by independently solving the problems given in the textbook homework lectures and quizzes Although the problems on the test are very similar to those covered in the course textbook and lab they may be formulated differently You have to understand what you are doing to solve them successfully at the test The final exam contributes 34 to your total score in the course Incomplete unassigned formulas will be provided Chapter 141 Hybridization types Assign hybridization in various polyatomic molecules based on complete or incomplete structure formulas andor Lewis structures Chapter 142144 Molecular orbital model Draw and assign MO diagrams for homo and heteronuclear diatomic molecules calculate bond orders estimate magnetic properties rank andor estimate bond dissociation energies Chapter 145 Sort out sigma and pi orbitals in polyatomic molecules Chapter 147148 Electronic Spectroscopy calculate andor convert wavelength and frequency Draw complete or assign diagrams for electron excitation to antibonding orbitals and their relation to electronic spectra Chapter 151 Reaction rates Know understand and be able to use definitions and units Chapter 152155 Assign rate laws zeroth first and second order reactions calculate halflives use differential and integral forms of rate laws to calculate reaction time and or concentrations of reactants and products Chapter 156157 Be able to assign reaction mechanisms use steady state approximation for determining rate laws Chapter 158 Use the Arrhenius equation to determine the dependence of rate constants on temperature and calculate rate constants activation energies and frequency factors Chapter 159 Basics of homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis Chapter 161 Intermolecular forces Recognize the dominant interactions between atoms and molecules Chapter 163164 Crystal lattices cubic packings Chapters 165167 Network molecular and ionic solids Octahedral and tetrahedral oles Chapters 16101611 Vapor pressure and changes of state ClausiusClapeyron equation phase diagrams critical point Chapter 17 Solution composition concentrations molarity molality mole fraction parts per Chapter 174 Vapor pressure of solutions Raoult s law nonideal solutions Chapters 175177 Colligative properties bp elevation freezing point depression and osmotic pressure of nonelectrolytes and electrolytes Chapter 18 Periodic trends in groups lA4A Chapters 182183 Selected reactions of alkali metals and hydrogen Acids and bases pH Chapters 184186 Selected reactions of group 2A4A elements Chapter 19 Periodic trends in groups 5A7A Basicity and acidity of oxides Important nitrogen cycles Properties of nitrogen phosphorus and sulfur oxides Hydrogen halides Chapter 20 Electron con gurations atomic and ionic radii redox potentials and other periodic trends of transition metals Chapters 203204 Coordination numbers ligands isomerism Chapters 205206 The crystal eld model dorbital splitting spin states magnetic properties Lab Questions Selected topics that were covered in the lab Final Exam Topics Chapter 1416 See the topics for the midterm exams Chapter 17 a Concentration units Convert molality molarity per cent ppm ppt and mole fractions to use for various calculations b Gas solubility Henry39s Law c Solubility and miscibility Be able to qualitatively compare miscibility of liquids of differing polarity and polarnonpolar compounds in water and other solvents d Vapor pressures Raoult Law for nonvolatile and volatile solutes Nonideal solutions e Colligative properties boiling point elevation freezing point depression and osmotic pressure for nonelectrolytes and electrolytes van t Hoff i factor Chapters 1819 a Electronic structure and periodic trends for main group lA7A elements b Acid base properties of oxides c pH calculations for solutions of strong acids and strong bases d Important reactions and compounds of hydrogen water hydronium ion hydroxide anion hydrogen peroxide e Group lA Important reactions and compounds of alkali metals hydrides halides oxides hydroxides f Group 2A Important reactions and compounds of alkaline earth metals halides oxides hydroxides g Group 3A Important reactions and compounds of boron and aluminum check lecture notes for those h Group 4A Important reactions and compounds of carbon and silicon i Group SA Important reactions and compounds of N and P ammonia hydrazine oxides oxoacids 139 Group 6A Important reactions and compounds of O and S hydrogen sulfide sulfur oxides and acids k Group 7A Important reactions and compounds of halogens F Cl Br I Oxidation abilities Hydrogen halides oxides and oxoacids For 1819 dk be able to balance chemical reactions involving the important compounds
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