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547 8) 11. Which compound is probably present? A) H3PO-l B) (NH4)3POI C) Ca3(SO-l)2 D) Na3PO-l @NaNH-IHP04 2 .179 B) 1.t.v e.0328 E) 6. When dissolved in water. calculate the amount of CO2 (in moles) which is released by 6.0 C) 0. A) 4.Y~5 c.ro (atomic mass vai~ = 32.600 cm-? The density of Pb is 11.325 D) 5..34 g/cm3• A) 0..72 C) 7.08 X X 10'2 10-4 10-2 10'3 X X tJo Cor r I.931 x x X X 10-26 10-25 10-23 10'23 @5.80 4) Crystals from evaporation of urine analyze to 22. J o.80 E) 9. Na2Ab(S04)4 + 6 NaHC03 ---+ 6 CO2 +4 Na2Sn~ + 2 AI(OHh If the powder represented consists of a stoichiometric mixture.661 x 10-24 3) How many moles of lead are present in a piece of lead with a volume of 0.60 D) 3.6% phosphorus.989 E) 1.0912 @)0.00 g of baking powder.066)? 2) What is the mass in grams of 1 atom of sulfur A) 5. carbon dioxide gas is released..54 x 10-3 B) 2. The reaction is shown below.r- 1.1) Baking powder is a mixture of sodium bicarbonate and an acid.
9 g C) 14 g @27g E) 11 g 8) If gas volume is doubled A) the molecules B) the molecules C) the pressure but the temperature remains constant: move faster move slower stays the same D) the kinetic energy increases @ none of these 3 .S g A) 21 g B) 3.7°/t.337 of 7. phosphorus and 56. hypochlorite chlorite @ NaCl04 sodium chlorate iodate D) SCl4 sulfur tetrachloride E) Sr(103)2 strontium 6) A sample contains 43. The molar mass is 284 u.3°/t) oxygen. What is the formula of the compound? @P40JO B) P03 C) PsOs D) P40S @PzOs 7) What mass of oxygen gas would be consumed by the complete combustion of a mixture of propane (C3Hs) and butane (C4HIO)in the mole ratio of C3-"'i SIC-lH 10= 1.5) Choose the INCORRECT A) NaClO sodium B) NaClOz sodium name/formula combination.
Aside from harmful side effects which this method has on the elephant it will not be successful.9) Our task is to measure the volume of blood in an elephant. a sufficient time to thoroughly mix the dye in the bloodstream. One way to do this would be to drain its blood into a suitable container. "For a fixed mass of gas at constant temperature. gas volume is inversely proportional to gas pressure.00 M solution of a dye which the elephant will not appreciably metabolize or excrete in one hour and then measure the concentration of this dye in the bloodstream (our sample being taken from another leg than the point of injection) after 30 minutes.L E) 800 L 10) The statement." is known as: A) Kelvin's Law 8) Avogadro's Law @Boyle's Law D) Graham's Law E) Charles' Law 11) Subtracting the vapor pressure of water from the total pressure of a gas collected over water is an example of the application of: A) van der Waals Theory @alton's Law C) ideal gas law D) Avogadro's Hypothesis E) Graham's Law 12) At 27°C and 750 torr. we will inject 2. Hence. as blood will still remain behind in the tissues.2 L C) 320000 L (@320.00 ml of a 2. The concentration of dye at this point is 125 x 1(}-5\L What is the volume of blood in the elephant? A) 80 L 8) 3. both a 16 g sample of methane gas (CH4) and a 16 g sample of oxygen gas will have the same: ® average molecular kinetic energies 8) average effusion rates C) number of gaseous particles D) total gaseous volumes E) average molecular velocities 4 .
E) Energy is the capacity to do work.83 x 10. A) Thermal energy is energy associated with random molecular motion. 8) Work is done when a force acts through a distance.800 x 10-5mol of uranium-238 will effuse through a hole in 125 seconds. how many mol of uranium-235 will effuse through the same hole in the same amount of time? A) 4.74 x 10-5mol 14) Choose the INCORRECT statement. C) Chemical energy is associated with chemical bonds and intermolecular forces. 15) Enthalpy is defined as: A) the heat of combustion 8) the energy contained within a system C) the work not limited to pressure volume work @ the sum of the internal system D) the sum of the kinetic and potential energies energy and the pressure-volume product of a 16) Which of the following is NOT used in the definition of standard enthalpy of formation? A) most stable form 8) elements in standard states @work at constant volume D) heat evolved at constant pressure E) none of these 5 .80 x 10-5mol 5 @ 4.13) If 4.mol E) 4. @The surroundings are the part of the universe that is studied.77 X 10-5 mol 8) 4.86 x 10-5mol C) 4.
The specific heat of the coffee is 4.17) 250. Assuming no heat is lost to the surroundings. the following conditions could exist: I) There is no transfer of molecules between liquid and vapor II) The vapor pressure has a unique value Ill) The opposing processes.03 kJ Compute tlHO of N204(g) + Ch(g) -+ 2 NOCl(g) + 02(g) in k].0 g of hot coffee at 95.52 B) +246.7°C D) 76.0°C E) 57.00 Jig "C. and III D) II and IV E) none of these combinations 6 . II.2000 kg mug at 20.5°C 18) 2 NOCl(g) 2 NO(g) + Ch(g) tlHo = +75. (liquid to vapor) and (vapor to liquid). what is the final temperature of the system: mug + coffee? @84.65 @+95.0 "C. proceed at equal rates IV) The concentration of vapor is dependent on time Which of the above choices are applicable? @II and B) I III C) I.65 C) -246. -+ A) -95.80 Jig "C. while that of the mug is 0.05 kJ 2 N02(g) -+ N204(g) tlHo = -58.7°C B) 117°C C) 61.52 E) none of these 19) When a liquid is in dynamic equilibrium with its vapor at a given temperature.0 °C are placed in a 0.56 kJ 2 NO(g) + 02(g) -+ 2 N02(g) tlHo = -113.
B) At the temperature and pressure phase equilibrium system. substance of point 2 Z exists as a threethe metastable Z exists as a one- C) The existence of liquid Z at -50°C and 2 atm represents condition of "supercooling.. which of the following statements is t 6- 21 . of point 3.---r~" .8 C) 742 @102 E) 580 7 .4) 0 40 80 1~ ~ ----t(OC) A) If the Z(s) = Z(l) = Z(g) system is maintained at the temperature while pressure is decreased.~~--r--. Its normal boiling point is 459K.48 B) 56. at 70°C? A) 7. 22) A liquid has a molar heat of vaporization of 22." D) At the temperature and pressure phase gaseous system. of point 2.7 kj/rnol. What is the vapor pressure. in mmHg.00 atm pressure? A) CH3CH2CH2NH2 B) (CH3)2CHN H2 C) (CH3)3N @ H2NCH2CH2NH2 E) CH3CH2NHCH3 21) According wrong? to the phase diagram given. more Z will vaporize. substance ® If liquid Z is maintained at the pressure of point 4 while the temperature is decreased to 30°C. the liquid will vaporize.20) Which probably has the highest boiling point at 1.
(UF6). Whe solution shows a negative deviation from Raoult's law and thus possesses a maximum boiling azeotrope. Which one of the following statements is completely true about this solution? A) The solution obeys Raoult's Law.. a gas used in the enrichment (\)'I-hprocess to produce fuel for A) I @)13.072 D) 174. D) The solution process is exothermic because the forces between unlike molecules are weaker than those between like molecules. E) 0. P*A = 324 mmHg) and 5 moles of chloroform (C = CHCb. 24) Henry's Law states that: A) a supersaturated solution is unstable B) the solubility of a gas decreases as the gas pressure is increased C) a concentrated solution lowers the freezing point of a solution C@the solubility of a gas increases as the gas pressure is increased E) none of these 25) A solution composed of 5 moles of acetone (A = CH3COCH3. 26) Calculate the ratio of the effusion rate of hydrogen gas (1-12)over the effusion rate uranium hexatluoride nuclear reactors.oo ----- ~ u.057 V-~F6 -- - Mus:1.23) Which definition is INCORRECT? A) weight percent = grams of solute/IOO grams of solution B) molarity = moles of solute/liter of solution CD3l mole fraction Wall C) molality = moles of solute/kilogram of solvent = moles of solute/moles of solution are correct -tl-~ D th £. P'c = 274 mmHg) has a vapor pressure of 236 mmHg. ~ The solution possesses a minimum boiling azeotrope because it shows a negative deviation from Raoult's law.2 C) 0. 8 . B) The solution shows a positive deviation from Raoult's law.
E) the forces of attraction between solute and solvent molecules are somewhat smaller than between solute-solute molecules or solvent-solvent molecules. B) the forces of attraction between solvent molecules exceed those between solute and solvent molecules.27) A solution is called "ideal" when: @ all intermolecular forces of attraction are the same. resulting in no net enthalpy change when the solution is formed from its components. C) the forces of attraction between solute molecules exceed those between solute and solvent molecules. D) the forces of attraction between solute molecules and solvent molecules are much smaller than between solute-solute molecules or solvent-solvent molecules. 9 .