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Chemistry 1045

Exam 2

Fall 2012

Name:

Lab Instructor

ID Number:

  • 1. These tests are machine grades; therefore, be sure to use a No. 1 or 2 pencil for marking the answer sheets.

Completely blacken the answer circle. If you change an answer, erase the previous mark completely.

  • 2. Write your last name (family name) in the first box of the section marked "NAME". Skip one box and then in

the next box write your first name. Example: if a student's name is John L. Doe then his answer sheet would look like this:

NAME (LAST FIRST, M.I.

D

| O |

E

O

| H |

N

L

If your whole name does not fit, put as much as will fit. Then blacken the corresponding letters below each space on the answer sheet.

  • 3. Fill in your ID number in the space provided, beginning with 00 followed by your panther ID# in space "A".

Column J will remain blank. Then blacken the circles corresponding to the numbers below each space.

  • 4. In the "Grade or Educ" section, indicate the color of the test form you were given:

Mark

in Grade or Educ.

Test Color

Stripe

Color

  • 1 Blue

VI

Blue

  • 2 Gold

V2

Yellow

  • 3 Gray

V3

Green

  • 4 Ivory

V4

Orange

  • 5 Pink

V5

Pink

  • 6 Tan

V6

Brown

Make sure that you mark in "Grade or Educ" your test color, AND that the color mark above your name on the answer sheet is the same as your test color. It is your responsibility to make sure that colors match. You also need

to fill in the test color number in the vertical strip next to the name field.

G

R

A

D

E

OR

E

D

U

C

In special Code column P, bubble in your section number, MWF9:30AM bubble 1

MWF

11:00 AM bubble 2

MWF

12:30 PM bubble 3

MWF 2:00 PM bubble 5

MW

6:25

PM

bubble 6

The time limit on this test is about 1 hr 35 min. 2 hours less the administration time. READ THE TEST CAREFULLY. You should find 21 questions on the exam.

CHM 1045

EQUATIONS

1km = 0.6214 mi

 

1

atm = 760 mm

Hg

1

1

mm Hg =

1 torr

1

in = 2.54

cms

1

kg

=

2.205

Ibs

1

oz = 28.35 g

KE = '/2 mv2 NA 6.022x10

23

h = 6.626* 10'34Js RH =1.097xlO~2

 

C water=4.184J/g°C

1

L.atm = 101.325 J

1

cal = 4.184 J

 

lft = 30.48 cm

m = 39.37 in = 1.094yds

ll b = 453.59 g

= 3*108m/s

E« = -2.18xlO- 1 8 J(l/n2 )

R = 0.0821 L.atm/mol.K q = C x AT R = 8.314J/molK lL=1.057qt 1 gallon = 3.785 L Pressure(P) = F/A = m*a/A PV= nRT

AE =

q+ w

w = - PAY q = AE+ PAY

Formula and Constant Sheet

c = Av

E = hv

E =

hc_

T

E = b

q = nAH

= mcAT

c

H20

=

~

4.184.7

g°C

dRT

MW =

P

Pa = XaPT

PlVl_P2V2

n2T2

d

=

PM

RT

;

volcylMer =nr2h

]

]

-AH vap

R

Ti2

Ti} J

where£0 =8.85xlO'12 C2/J.m

IA

1

H

1.01

 

2A

3

4

Li

Be

6.94

9.01

11

12

Na

Mg

22.99

24.31

 

3B

4B

19

20

21

22

K

Ca

Sc

Ti

39.10

40.08

44.96

47.87

37

38

39

40

Rb

Sr

Y

Zr

85.47

87.62

88.91

91.22

55

56

57

72

Cs

Ba

La

Hf

132.91

137.33

138.91

178.49

87

88

89

104

Fr

Ra

Ac

Rf

(223)

(226)

(227)

(261)

(atomic mass) In parentheses refers to the atomic mass of the most stable isotope

Periodic Table

SB

B

7B

SB

SB

23

24

25

26

27

V

Cr

Mn

Fe

Co

50.94

52.00

54.94

55.85

58.93

41

42

43

44

45

Nb

Mo

Tc

Ru

Rh

92.91

95.94

(98)

101.07

102.91

73

74

75

76

77

Ta

w

Re

Os

Ir

180.95

183.84

186.21

190.23

192.22

105

106

107

108

109

Db

Sg

Bh

Hs

Mt

(262)

(266)

(264)

(269)

(268)

58

59

60

61

62

Ce

Pr

Nd

Pm

Sm

140.12

140.91

144.24

(145)

150.36

90

91

92

93

94

Th

Pa

u

Np

Pu

232.04

231.04

238.03

(237)

(244)

SB

IB

2B

28

29

30

Ni

Cu

Zn

58.69

63.55

65.39

46

47

48

Pd

Ag

Cd

106.42

107.87

112.41

78

79

80

P t

Au

Hg

195.08

196.97

200.59

63

64

65

Eu

Gd

Tb

151.96

157.25

158.93

95

96

97

Am

Cm

Bk

(243)

(247)

(247)

 

SA

2

He

4.00

3A

4A

5A

6A

7A

5

6

7

8

9

10

B

C

N

O

F

Ne

10.81

12.01

14.01

16.00

19.00

20.18

13

14

15

16

17

18

Al

Si

P

s

Cl

Ar

26.98

28.09

30.97

32.06

35.45

39.95

31

32

33

34

35

36

Ga

Ge

As

Se

Br

Kr

69.72

72.61

74.92

78.96

79.90

83.80

49

50

51

52

53

54

In

Sn

Sb

Te

I

Xe

114.82

118.71

121.76

127.60

126.90

131.29

81

82

83

84

85

86

TI

Pb

Bi

Po

At

Rn

204.38

207.2

208.98

(209)

(210)

(222)

66

67

68

69

7 0

71

Dy

Ho

Er

Tm

Yb

Lu

162.50

164.93

167.26

168.93

173.04

174.97

98

99

100

101

102

103

Cf

Es

Fm

Md

No

Lr

(251)

(252)

(257)

(258)

(259)

(262)

CHM 1045-A11

Sections

Exam

2A

Fall 2012

Unit 2

Stoichiometry, Aqueous

Solutions, & Gas Laws

Chapters 3-5

1 . Which of the following statements

is/are true?

is a strong acid

ii. NaH is a strong base iii. HC1O3 is a strong acid

A.

i only

B .

iii only

C.

i and iii

EL

i and ii

LE/) ii and iii

 

2. Which of the following statements is/are true according to the Kinetic Molecular Theory?

 

i.

decreasing the amount of gas molecules decreases the pressure by decreasing the

frequency of the collisions ii. increasing the temperature of a gas increases pressure by increasing the force of

J7

J7

the collisions

collisions

iii. decreasing the volume of a gas increases pressure by increasing the force of the

A.

i only

B .

ii only

<C.

iii only

D.

i and ii

E.

i and iii

3 . Sulfuric acid cannot be stored in an aluminum container because sulfuric acid dissolves aluminum metal. The following equation shows the reaction:

  • 2 Al(s) + 3 H2SO4

/

(aq) — > A12(SO4)3 (aq) +

3 H2

^Calculate the volume of sulfuric acid that would be required to completely dissolve a 7.182 g block of aluminum if you were given a 0.92M H2SC>4 solution.

43402!

  • D. E.

468.74mL

399.30^

,

t—

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A!

-X

\

<f

4. The ratio of effusion rates of some gas A to gas B is defined as:
4.
The ratio of effusion rates of some gas A to gas B is defined as:
the rate of effusion of gas A/ rate of effusion of gas B.
What is the ratio of effusion rates of argon to chlorine?
A.
0.750
B/1.77
/t. 0.560
V
(E?)1.33 Ax1-93
5.
A flasjc contains 14.182 grams of nitrogen monoxide (NO), 19.628 grams of carbon dioxide
and 29.543 grams of sulfur trioxide (SO3). The total pressure in the flask is measured
25.9 atm. What is the partial pressure of nitrogen monoxide in the flask?
o
A.
15.0 atm
|U
o
B.
8.97 atm
CL 7.42 atm
(by 9.51 atm
E.
5.80 atm
6.
Which of the following statements is/are true?
^
. Agl is insoluble
l/ii. Co(C2H3O2)2 is soluble
.
.
is insoluble
A.
ionly
B.
i,iiandi
C.
ii and iii
.
i and iii
) i and
ii
7.
Calculate the amount of 0.138 M phosphoric acid, H3?O4, that would be required to
r4Q3POM#Vlxo
'completely neutralize 28.625 mL of 0.228 M sodium hydroxide.
\\u \i
AX7.293mL
0
ffc,^
^
23.647 mL
V
8.
If 8.558 g of nitrogen is allowed to react with 2.236 g of hydrogen at 0fi$°C
and the
percent yield for the reaction is 42.56%, how much ammonia would be produced? The
reaction proceeds as follows:
N2 (g) + 3H2 (g)—> 2NH3 (g)
A.
5.352 g
B.
10.41 g
C.
12.58 g
.
3.633 g
V.430 g
,
.
p
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A solution is created by dissolving 8.2.87 grams of potassium permanganate,KMnO4, in water to a final volume of 53.8 mL. What is the molarity of ions in this solution?

"

"

_

C.

0.978 M

/EbN0.154M

(EJ1.95M

 

(s)

C J iii only

 

i

and ii

E.

i

and iii

A.

3.15 atm

.

29.7 atm

C.

2.25 x 104 atm

D.

0.166 atm

E.

2.49 atm

  • 10. Consider the following reaction equations. Which is/are redox reactions?

(1)

xv

+ 6NaOH (aq) --;> 2Na3BO3 (aq) + H2O

,\. Mn£e2H3O2)2 (aq) + 2LiOH (aq) -

--O

u (s) + 4HNO3 (aq) ----> Cu(NO3)2 (aq) + 2NO2 (g) + 2H2O (1)

t Q

*

  • 11. Aereosol cans carry warnings against incineration because of the high pressures that can ^velop upon heating. Suppose you have a can that contains a residual amount of gas at a 'pressure of 550 mmHg and a temperature of 25 °C. What would the pressure be if the can j>

p

/- J\'

, is)

^

1^

— _

^~

were heated to 1025 °C?

55 O

"^

-MMK

  • 12. If you were to add together ALL of the coefficients after balancing the following chemical equation it would be (note: please treat a compound without a coefficient as 1)

J_C3H5(OH)3

-H20

'

L

(S

o

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  • 13. Copper can be "roasted" from ore to form copper(I) oxide through the following reaction: 2Cu2S + 3O2 — > 2Cu2O + 2SO2 How much copper(I) oxide could be formed theoretically from 12.0 g of Cu2S reacted with excess oxygen gas?

12.0 g

BJlO.Sg

13-3 g

  • D. 5.39 g

    • E. 7.19 g

  • 14. Which of the following would be a strong electrolyte: i.HCl

V"*

ii. H£2H3O2 X

aClO4

A.

B.

CL

i only

ii only i and ii

b.

j i

and iii

E: ii and iii

  • 15. An unknown gas is weighed and found to have a density of 5.6564 g/L at a temperature of 8.26°C and a pre§§ure of 4.655 atm. Which of the following is the best choice for the identity / of the

    • A. Ar

    • B. NO2

    • E. c3H8

T>

ras.03-

16./Calculate the concentration of an oxalic acid (^^204) solution when 80.7 mL of water is

added to 28.2 mL of a 2.39 M oxalic acid solution?

^B. 0.619 M

e: 1.77 M

  • D. 1.28M

    • E. 9.23 M

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  • 17. Lithium nitride, Li3N is an interesting salt. It is a fast ion condutor and it has also been studied as an anode material for batteries. Lithium nitride is produced according to the following reaction:

6 Li (s) +N2(g)

—> 2 Li3N (s)

If the percent yield of this reaction at 75.00 °C is 56.25% and the reaction yields 13.625 g of lithium nitride from an experimental quantity of lithium, how much lithium nitride would

theoretically be expected in the experiment? j 3 . fc> £ S ° TV «n'•*> ^ ~

A.

0.413g

 

O'S^^S

9M-^ '

7.664

g

27.89

g

24.22g

 

E.

15.74 g

  • 18. Automobile air bags inflate following a serious impact. The impact triggers the following chemical reaction

 
 

2NaN3 (s)

->

2Na (s)

+ 3N2 (g)

If an automobile airbag has a volume of 8.40 L, what mass of NaN3 is required to fully inflate the ah^oag upon impact under conditions of atmospheric pressure (1.00 atm) and room

terflperature(25°C).

 

'/F^

111 A

g

(B./14.88 g

 

Tl

33.49 g

D.

9.620

g

E.

22.32 g

 
  • 19. Consider a gas in a container with an initial pressure,'temperature and volume. What will happen to the pressure of the gas if the number of moles are increased 7 times (7x), the vojmne is tripled and the temperature is quadruple.

 
 

the pressure will increase by 9.3 times the pressure will increase by 5.3 times

 

C.

the pressure will remain unchanged

/ |

j , \

0 >0$*

D.

the pressure will increase by 1.7 times

 

E.

the pressure will increase by 14 times

  • 20. Which of the following statements is true regarding straight chain hydrocarbons?

 
 

/ • i.

the

chain containing 7 carbons and one double bond is named heptene

ii. the chain containg 4 carbon bonds and only single bonds is named propane iii. CH3(CH2)4CH3 is named hexane

 

i

only

iii only

 

i

and iii

i

and ii

E.

ii and iii

 

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