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Which type of intermolecular force ("interparticle force") is the most important in CH2I2(l)? Student Response 1. London Dispersion 2. Dipole-dipole forces 3. Hydrogen bonds 4. Ion-dipole forces 5. Ionic bonds Score: 1/1 100% Value Correct Answer

2. Which of the following substances would be expected to have the highest heat of fusion? Student Response 1. CF4 2. methane 3. CI4 4. CCl4 5. CBr4 Score: 1/1 100% Value Correct Answer

3. How much energy in J is needed to convert 99 g of solid ethanol at -130 oC to liquid at -85oC. You might need to know that:

112000 Score: 1/1 100% Value Correct Answer 4. 22400 3. C. Which of the following statements is true? Student Response A. Finally.1. liquid and gas are. Score: 1/1 Value Correct Answer 5. Both the triple point and the critical point of a substance increase with a decrease in temperature. Which of the following statements is true? Student Response A.6 kJ/mol and the heat of vaporization is 46. Both the triple point and the critical point of a substance are dependent on the substance only. but not on temperature or pressure. 100% B. the specific heats of the solid. Molarity is independent of temperature Value Correct Answer . 3. 20100 4.mp = -114 oC and bp = 78oC The heat of fusion is 4. E. The critical point of a substance decrease when the temperature increases. respectively 2.8 J/g oC. None of these are true. The addition of a non-volatile solute to a solvent increases the vapor pressure of the resulting solution. B.0 kJ/mol. Student Response 1. 468000 5. 12510 2. D.2 and 1. The triple point of a substance increases when the pressure increases.

methanol Score: 1/1 Value Correct Answer 100% Equals methanol (100%) 8.17 C. Student Response 1. 2. C5H12(l). hydrogen bonding 2. Don't try to type the subscripts. dipole-dipole Score: 1/1 100% Value Correct Answer 7.63 Value Correct Answer 100% . dispersion 3. An unlimited amount of any solute can be dissolved in any solvent Score: 1/1 100% 6.1% by mass calcium chloride. Student Response A. C7H8(l)? Student Response 1. Which of the following is more soluble in water. just use letters and numbers. Just about all ionic compounds are soluble in water. Calculate the molality of an aqueous solution that is 20.26 B. D. 2. Substances with similar intermolecular forces have solute-solvent interactions that favor solution formation. You might need to know that the density is 1.20 g/mL. E. ion-dipole 5. in toluene. methanol or CI2H2(l).C. What is the strongest form of intermolecular force between solute and solvent in a solution of pentane. 2. dipole-induced dipole 4.

Which of the following aqueous solutions will have the highest boiling point? Student Response A. determine the molar mass of the unknown solute. 0.54 torr.100 m K3PO4 C.33 E.89 Score: 1/1 100% 16.22 grams of an unknown non-electrolytic solute were dissolved in 60. Student Response 1. D.240 oC. 3.100 m CaCl2 B.100 m NaCl Score: 1/1 100% Value Correct Answer 11.100 m glucose (C6H12O6) E. 0. 0. . weak electrolyte.89 12.6 g of the non-volatile non-electrolye urea {CO(NH2)2} in 152 g of water. 2. All have the same molality so all will have the same value.86 K/m). 0.81 Score: 1/1 9. Describe acetic acid (CH3COOH) as a strong electrolyte. The vapor pressure of water at 293 K is 17.0 g of water (Kfp = 1.or nonelectrolyte.D. Student Response Value Correct Answer Answer: 16. Calculate the vapor pressure (in torr) at 293 K in a solution prepared by dissolving 19. weak electrolyte Score: 1/1 Value Correct Answer 100% Equals weak electrolyte (100%) Equals weak (100%) 10. 1. If the freezing point of the solution was -0.

300 Initial Rate. mol/L 0. Equal combination of II and III D.200 0. 298 g/mol E. H2Z(s) => H+(aq) + HZ-(aq) III. 0. III only E.Student Response A.150 0. For the reaction.150 0.300 0. M/min 5.23 x 10-2 mol of H2Z is dissolved in 40. mol/L 0.77 g/mol D.86 oC/m). H2Z is a nonvolatile.0 . II only C.0 40. 4 A(g) + 3 B(g) => 2 C(g). H2Z(s) => 2H+(aq) + Z2-(aq) Student Response A.400 Initial [B].400 0. Experiment 1 2 3 4 Initial [A].0 g of water (Kfp = 1.29 g/mol Score: 1/1 Value Correct Answer 100% 13.0 10. I. 4.00 20. 287 g/mol B. 209 g/mol C. I only B. Choose the equation that best describes the dissolution of H2Z. When 1.43 oC.200 0. the following data were obtained at constant temperature. Equal combination of I and II Score: 1/1 100% Value Correct Answer 14. H2Z(s) => H2Z(aq) II. water-soluble substance. the freezing point of the resulting solution is ±1.

223 2. 1. What is the half-life of the reaction? Student Response 1. 0. Cannot answer without knowing the initial concentration.642 Score: 1/1 100% Value Correct Answer 17. rate = k[A]2[B]. how long does it take (in seconds) for 33% of the compound to decompose given that k is 0. 833 Score: 1/1 Value Correct Answer 100% Equals 833 (100%) Equals 8. The rate law for the reaction 2A => 4B is rate = k[A] with a rate constant of 0.56 3.96E0 Score: 1/1 100% 10. The rate law of a particular reaction is found to be. In a first order decomposition. 5. Which of the following statements is FALSE? Student Response A.445 sec-1.49 4. 0. Student Response 1.Calculate the value of k to 3 significant figures.33E2 (100%) 15. 4.0402 sec-1 (give answer to 3 sig figs using E notation)? Student Response Value Correct Answer Answer: 9. The actual value of k will depend on the Value Correct Answer .0 16. Tripling the concentration of A will result in a ninefold increase in the rate B.

The units of k could be (L2/mol2 sec) D. 1 Score: 1/1 Value Correct Answer 100% Equals 1 (100%) Equals 1/1 (100%) 19. Fifth 5. Consider the equation.is decreased by a factor of 2 and that of H+ is doubled? Student Response 1. What is the overall reaction order for CO in a reaction with the following rate law? Rate = k[Cl2][H+]2[CO]2 Student Response 1. The reaction is third order overall. Fourth 3. that of Br. If the ammonia is being used at a rate of 0. Third Score: 0/1 0% Value Correct Answer 20. Score: 1/1 100% 18.temperature C. Second 4. Consider the reaction with the rate law.30 M/S Value Correct Answer .30 M/s. The actual value of k will depend on the concentrations of A and B. 4 NH3 + 5 O2 => 4 NO + 6 H2O. 0. how quickly is the concentration of water increasing? Student Response A. Rate = k[BrO3-][Br-][H+]2 By what factor does the rate change if the concentration of BrO3. E.is decreased by a factor of 2. First 2.

0.45 M/s Score: 1/1 100% . -0.20 M/s D.45 M/s C. 0.B. -0.20 M/s E.

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