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Dahlia Douglas
Texas A&M
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Date Created: 10/21/15
ICHEMISTRY 101 Spring 2005 Sections 501 511 Dr Wendy KeeneyKennicutt GENERAL INFORMATION Lecturer and TAMU Mentor Dr Wendy L KeeneyKennicutt Sections 501 511 TR 935 1050 am in Room 100 HELD Of ce Room 116 HELD in the back Phone 8453256 work and 6901252 home Email for CSB les ONLY kkeeneyneotamuedu Email for everything else edn or Of ce Hours Mondays 330 pm 9pm Wednesdays 330pm 6pm by appointment and whenever you can catch me quot chem tamn edn Review Sessions Special Review of Chapter 1 and Math Basics First Sunday Review Sundays General Review for Lecture 2 pm Rm 100 HELD Weekly Lab Reviews to be announced Lecture Notes Copies of my lecture notes and old exams are on our web page wwwchemtamueduclassfyp BONUS OPPORT UNI T YPROBLEMS BOP s A total of 114 problems were carefully selected to complement the lectures Additional practice problems which are NOT to be handed in are also provided Answers to the evennumbered problems are in the textbook and worked out in the Solution Manu The BOP39s will be divided into four sets as we cover the material in class the problems due will be announced in class The rst three sets will be due on the Thursday following each exam39 the last set will be due on the last day of class The BOP39s may be turned in with a 10 penalty through the next Friday or whenever the makeup exam is A er that time the BOP39s will absolutely not be accepted without a medical excuse Please use regular notebook paper with your name course and section number date my name and set number on the rst page and print your name on all additional pages The problems submitted must be the quotoriginalquot not a photo or carbon copy The problem sets will be returned to you at a later time You may want to retain a copy of your work for future reference You must show all work messy is OK You must hand in at least 70 to receive 1 BOP point and at least 90 to receive 2 BOP points I encourage you to work the problems You will nd similar problems on the exams I am available to answer any questions on BOP39s during my of ce hours and review sessions Answers to odd problems and additional problems are on the back of this sheet Chapter 1 not for credit 12 14 18 20 24 28 34 38 40 44 and others Chapter 2 18 28 34 36 39 amp explain 42 58 62 78 90 104 not for credit 14 20 30 50 54 64 72 74 and others Chapter 3 10 14 22 30 40 42 43 58 62 7072 80 82 94 97 not for credit 8 12 18 36 44 68 76 and others Chapter 4 16 3442 56 60 66 76 94 Consider CaOHZ as soluble 96 110 not for credit 28 3244 52 58 68 92 98 114 116 and others Chapter 5 20 22 26 3042 56 omit part d 70 72 76 80 amp e Cu f Cr tricky Write the shorthand notation Label diarnagnetic or paramagnetic Which one exhibits the highest degree ofpararnagnetism7 96 98 100 102 not for credit 18 24 28 3244 68 74 88 and others Chapter 6 6 10 34 not for credit 8 18 30 41 48 and others 100 Arrange the following atoms or ions in order of increasing diameter and explain why brie y a Ca Mg Sr c si e H H H SZ Ar cr d Fe Felt Fe 0 F Br Tel Se 101 Give exarnples and explain the following trends in the first ionization energy a across each period include quotdipsquot at 111A and VIA elements for Periods 2 and 3 see textbook and b descending a periodic group Chapter 7 8 10 14 50 62 76 not for credit 6 18 24 30 36 52 56 58 68 74 and others 100 Draw Lewis dot formulae for the following Which violate the octet rule worth 5 questions Use the solution manual wisely esp the solutions to 36 38 56 and many in Chapter a HZO c HCN e PF3 g BCl3 i 1C1 k Asle rn SeF6 o XeF4 b H30 d NH 0 Bec1Z h PHx j SeF4 1 cm n 10 Chapter 8 52 amp Give total number of sigma andpi bonds 78 not for credit 22 24 28 32 36 42 46 48 56 78 and others 100 Consider the species listed in Exercise 100 in Ch 7 For the central atorn give the number of regions of high electron density the number of lone pairs hybridization electronic geometry and ideal bond angles Determine molecular or ionic geometry and polarity worth 5 questions Use the Solution Manual for help Chapter 10 8 2642 50 60 78 90 92 not for credit 20 24 56 58 74 88 and others Chapter 11 14 28 3242 50 56 58 66 Hint use normality 82 100 Use the reaction in 60b What mass of Zn in grams will react with 750 mL of 0100 N NaNO3 not for credit 12 3840 54 57 60 6264 and others Chapter 12 16 24 30 3244 50 56 62 66 74 82 88 112 not for credit 14 22 3642 58 100 and others Chapter 13 6 10 18 24 3648 50 68 72 78 116 not for credit 22 26 3442 74 80 106 112 118 and others Chapter 14 not for credit 28 46 48 50 66 72 ANSWERS TO SOME PROBLEMS Answers to evennumbered problems are in the textbook solutions are given in the Solution Manual Q a paramagnetic 3 unpaired e b paramagnetic 2 unpaired e c paramagnetic 1 unpaired e d paramagnetic 2 unpaired e e paramagnetic 1 unpaired e t paramagnetic 6 unpaired e Chapter 2 2 a no b yes c no 1 no Chapter 3 Q 147 g S 4 b Chapter 5 Chapter 6 m for example a MgltCaltSr Chapter 7 Chapter 11 m 0245 g Zn fhECNJHEICNQCLAAHCIAKDA E VCHJATIHE H 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