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March 24, 2008 Lehman Spring 2008

istry 113 Exam #2 Practice
Question 1. How many moles ofP is 4.2 x 1018atoms ofP?

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~.[)?KlD~

l~2

~5E.()XI~ P

Question 2.

What is the mass of 2.65 moles of C?

.

Q .CoS- trvJ2C-I<- J~.D~ = !31.'tgf/ ~oR. c
}

~

Question 3.

How many atoms ofPb are there in 325 g ofPb?

0b
~-:z5d r
Question 4.

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r~

23

X

.

)(

\Cd6J.2.Jfb

I~Rt1=-r.t-tlfilt~~Ph.

\\!,hatis the mass of 175 atoms of tungsten?

17--5

~

(;)

\l

y 153.~ =bL~ Q) -O'J.)(lD'Z0~W\~tJ

lS-. 30,>(5
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March 24, 2008 Lehman Spring 2008 A sample of goldoccupies avolumeof25.2 mL. How manyatomsof goldaretherein this sample? The density of gold is 19.3 g/mL.

Question 5.

Q.5.~ M

L Au- Y-~

)(-LW£AlA X

[VAL lA.. ['+.0 A

JAtA 1wJ(!+LJ.

~=

l
Question 6.

(, iCf

x1°1 JJ-~
x&L&-:
1r.3qAu
-2/

Using the data given in the previous problem, calculate the volume of 125 atoms of gold.

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I

J/-

JMAtL L. z3

~

~

'"

G.b~5(W~s.~

!

T!ft 0
lA

\: ' I
Question 7.

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I«.l

How many grams of hydrogen gas are produced when 15.0 g of HI react with an excess ofMg?

fir\j +Jt-f r
IS,O<r ()
Question 8.

?

,M~L.2.

+ H

m )C~l-t-~ /~<6'J ~if.L

K lw-.Q~ l ~bI>,K~ dM~ H-T'

1°, Ilg0 Ji 2

~

How many moles of CO2 are produced when 2.0 moles of C3Hs react with an excess of °2? Remember, the products of this reaction are CO2 and H2O.

;<

C:3 Ho +- I() 0,;;-

V

kf'-ft- + g [/-J.-- 0

~.()

~

Co~ -f-G;~~--~/~

a ~C.~Jl-c5

~

Lf)2--

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March 24, 2008 Lehman Spring 2008 How many grams ofCa are required to react with 12.0 g of oxygen to form CaO?

Question 9.

~c~
l~.t);r ();Z ;<

+

()"L-

~~~()

1~t1

3~.~b..- !J

)l?~

6A IJCc.-

)C~=

Ro.1 Gc~
~

Question 10.

2.55 g of aluminum and 8.35 g of chlorine gas are placed into a flask and the flask is quickly sealed. At the end of the reaction what is inside the container? Make sure that you write and balance the chemical equation. Be sure to explain your answer and show all work.

241
Q .55'1AI)t

+ Se-1"2-

» ;Ziti C{3

IlvI..QAI::: (). oq lflf ~.J2 AI
?-1.~A-1

0

<l.'3~ CI~ )(JI\<.Jci

= (),II '6 /AAj)C/~
.

0
IJ

Tf,~

Ci?

:;.: '3 fto.:t@ .M

~

ivlAQ

04-

0-

[.

l .5 .

--

~~
l,s~

/J~A/)~~~

~ cJ1-' ().of if ~ ~ If{ (IrlvC,~,~~' ~#n~
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~

AI tM--~

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Question 11. Complete the following table..

March 24, 2008 Lehman Spring 2008

copper(II) sulfate lead(IV) phosphate barium acetate
tin(IV) cyanide

AI(N03h

Ca(OHh

& C()1il)
Y\ (CIJ)
:z.

ZnC03
NaCI03
Ba3(P03h
Ni(CI04h

cadmiumenuong"""" p
iron(II) sulfite Question 12.

k
-t-t()~
-?9

3
<g;

Sulfur, Ss, combines with oxygen gas at elevated temperatures to form sulfur dioxid"e.

S<6

S 6:2

Question 13.

Ethylamine, CzHsNHz, bums in excess oxygen gas to form carbon dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, and

~ ~C2-~;J-jH~ -t--IS{);z ~~'"
Question 14.

+}N~ +~o

Lime, CaO, reacts with hydrochloric acid to form calcium chloride and water.

~o

-t

cJ t+G\

~

C-C{2-

+

W~D

Question 15.

Dinitrogen pentoxide decomposes to form nitrogen dioxide and oxygen gas.

;) P2-{)<0

v ~tJ O2 t- () 2-

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March 24, 2008 Lehman Spring 2008 Complete the following + Ca(OHh(aq) -+

Question 16. a)

H2S04(aq)

CeL-

'i
3Dz

+
+

e.O
HzD
bt'2.-0

b)
c) d)
e)

HN03(aq) + HC2H302(aq)+ Li2C03(s) --+ J.NaHC03(s) -+ Cs(s) +

KOH(aq) --+ LiOH(aq) --+

Kt-!)
L-i

+

L

"2.-

D

+ +

1JOv (f).3

Ct)2 l-J-",-O

+

C-eJ

1)
g)

Br2(l) -+CS
F 2(g) -+

Br
GA.5

RK(s) +
Cu(N03h(aq) + Bi2(S04h(aq) + CdS04(aq) + Li2S04(aq) +
Define the following: a) acid

2t\ F
+ /JcJJ
12:3

h) i) j) k)

Na2S(aq) -+ .3(NH4hS(aq) -+

H2S(aq) --+ NaCl(aq) -+

cJs
L{

f3 \..

$3
+

HLj)WL(
+ t-J- <2D'-f \.-

&J l{ J!JD

Question 17.

b) base

~
..

c) activity series

d) aqueous solution

&f
e) endothermic reaction

1) exothermic reaction

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March 24, 2008 Lehman Spring 2008 g) neutralization

h) oxidation

i) reduction

j)

subscript

k) coefficient

I) empirical formula , \

m) molecular formula

n) limiting reactant

0) molar mass

p) mole to mole ratio

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