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General Chemistry II

by: Marilou Hyatt Jr.

General Chemistry II CHEM 113

Marilou Hyatt Jr.
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Date Created: 09/22/15
C113 FINAL REVIEW Fall 2003 1 EE ll INFQRMAI ION You will be given all equations constants tables and useful information that you have been given on past exams and that you need for this exam EXAM 1 Omit these questions from your old exam Version A 11 16 18 Version B 13 4 8 Kinetics effect of concentration of reactants temperature and presence of catalyst on the rate of a reaction relate the rate of appearance or disappearance of two reactants or products by their stoichiometric coef cients in the balanced chemical equation determine reaction order given a rate law determine the mathematical effect on the rate of a reaction when the concentration of a reactant is changed given the rate law for the reaction determine the rate law for a reaction given concentration and rate data calculations of the time dependence of the concentration of reactant for first and second order reactions calculations involving the relationship between halflife and k for rst and second order reactions differentiate between first and second order reactions by graphing units on the rate constant halflife dependence on initial concentration exponents in rate law collision theory dependence of reaction rate on frequency of collisions activation energy and spatial orientation of colliding particles collision theory explanation of effect of concentration temperature and presence of catalyst on reaction rates Arrhenius equation dependence of rate constant on temperature and activation energy graphical determination of activation energy values reaction mechanisms determine molecularity of elementary steps write rate laws from elementary steps given a mechanism identify any intermediates and catalysts given a mechanism with the slow step identified write the rate law for the reaction OR given a mechanism and the experimentally determined rate law determine which is the slow step uilibrium know the two de nitions of equilibrium EXAM 2 tan these questions from your old exam Version A 1 9 20 Version B 7 19 16 Eguilibrium write the equilibrium constant expression for any chemical reaction given a balanced chemical equation for the reaction determine if a reaction is product favored or reactantfavored and what that means given the value of the equilibrium constant for the reaction write the reaction quotient expression Q given a balanced chemical equation de ne equilibrium in terms of Q and K and predict reaction direction using Q and K values calculate the value of K for a reaction given initial concentrations and the equilibrium concentration of any one reactant or product use an ICE table OR calculate the equilibrium concentration of a reactant or product given initial concentrations and the value of K use an ICE table Le Chatelier s principle predict shifts in the position of equilibrium and changes in the value of K due to changes in reactant or product concentration changes in total pressure changes in temperature and addition of a catalyst Acids and Bases Bronsted Lowry de nitions of acids and bases identify Bronsted Lowry acids and bases in balanced chemical equations identify conjugate acidbase pairs in balanced chemical equations write formulas of conjugate acids given formulas of bases and viceversa de ne neutral acidic and basic solutions in terms of the relative amounts of hydronium and hydroxide ions in solution calculate pH pOH H30 and OH39 given the concentration of a strong acid Weak Acid Eguilibria compare relative strength of weak acids given their Ka values predict relative pH of solutions of the same concentration of weak acids given their Ka values write a balanced chemical equation for the ionization of a weak acid calculate the H30 or pH of a weak acid solution given the formula of the acid and its Ka value OR calculate the Ka value for a weak acid given the initial concentration of the acid and the pH or H30 of the solution EXAM3 O 39t these Questing from gem gld egg m Version A 1 2 ID 19 12 Version B 16 12 2 9 15 Weak Base Eguilibria compare relative strength of weak bases given their Kb or pr values calculating pr from Kb and pKa from Ka or viceversa calculate the pH of a weak base solution given the formula of the base and its Kb value OR calculate the Kb value feri a Weak ba39s e giVen the initial concentration of the base and the pH of the solutiOn relationship between Ka and Kb values for a conjugate acidbase pair calculate the Kb of the conjugate base of a weak acid from the Ka value for the weak acid AcidBase Properties of Salt Solug ons determine if salt solutions are acidic basic or neutral from their chemical formulas calculate the pH of salt solutions Molecular Structure and AcidBase Strength predict relative strength of binary acids for elements in same period and for elements in same group predict relative strength of oxyacid strength for different central atoms and different number of oxygens in formula Lewis acids and bases de nitions of Lewis acids and bases Common Ion Effect effectof presence of common ion on ionization of a weak acid or base Buffers identify buffer components write chemical equations for reactions that occur in buffers to neutralize added acid or base describe how the addition of acid or base to a buffer affects the baseacid ratio of the buffer components calculate pH of a buffer given Ka of the buffer acid and concentrations of buffer acid and buffer base OR calculate the concentration of either the buffer acid or base needed to produce a buffer at a speci c pH value given Ka of the buffer acid


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