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This review sheet is not exhaustive.

Check the review sheets from previous exams and look at the topics list therein. Do not be overwhelmed by the breadth of material. Use homework as your guide for the types of questions and concepts we think are the most important. • • • • The exam will have a similar format with some multiple choice and short answer questions. 2-2.5x the length of midterms ~30% new material since last exam; rest cumulative Includes material from labs o Titrations o Spectrophotochemical analysis o Nanocrystal absorbance o Distillation o UV-Vis; FT-IR spectroscopy o Polymer chemistry o Intermolecular Forces o Combustion/Calorimetry o Et cetera

Draw MO diagram for CF (Assume no sp mixing).) How would you make a buffer at pH 5? (pKa of acetic acid is 4.75) b.Draw Lewis structures. explain briefly why not. and CF-.) Calculate ∆Gr° for the formation of MgO (s) at 0 °C.) SCl4 e.) O2NCl c. Which will be the shortest bond? Which are paramagnetic? .) CHF3 A technician prepared a solution by heating 100 milliliters of distilled water while adding KCl crystals until no more KCl would dissolve. a. predict geometries.) Is there a temperature at which the formation of MgO switched from spontaneous to nonspontaneous or vice versa? If no.CF. After several hours she noticed the solution had become cloudy and some solid had settled to the bottom of the flask. What happened? a. What is bond order for CF+.010 mol solid KOH is added to your buffer what is the pH of the solution that results? Draw MO diagram for O2.) ONCl b.) XeF2 d. and state whether polar or nonpolar for the following: a. Is the reaction spontaneous or nonspontaneous? b. calculate the temperature (T*) at which the spontaneity of the reaction switches. N2. If yes. You are given solid forms of acetic acid and sodium acetate as well as some deionized water. She then capped the clear solution and set it aside on the lab bench.) Now .

kinetic energy are electrons ejected from the copper surface? Draw a 5p angular and radial probability density.75 atmospheres. and is 90 °C for HBr. If I have 0. With what.) Light with photon energy of 6. Electrons with a minimum wavelength of 0. a.43 x 10-19). is 51 °C for HCl.54 x 10-19 J is shined on the copper. Same for 4d. p = mv) b.) What is the frequency of the light? (Hint: KE = ½ mv2.275 moles of gas at a temperature of 75 K and a pressure of 1.A beam of light with an intensity of 15 W is incident on a copper plate (Φ = 7. if any. what is the volume of the gas? The critical temperature is 188 °C for HF. Explain .375 nm are ejected from the surface of the copper.

Catherine. 5. (MIT OpenCourseWare: Massachusetts Institute of Technology) License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA – Or.111 Principles of Chemical Science.Some questions taken from Drennan. and Elizabeth Taylor. Fall 2008.Oxtoby .