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is 298 K. the pressure is 1.00 atmosphere,

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the test the following symbols have the defmitions specified unless otherwise noted.

volume entropy enthalpy G Gibbs free energy R molar gas constant n number of moles M= molar m molal

= V= S= H=

T = temperature P pressure

L, mL = litens), milliliter(s) g = gram(s) nm = nanometer(s)



J, kJ
V mol

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Part A

Directions: Each set of lettered. choices below refers to the numbered statements immediately following it. Select the one lettered choice that best fits each statement and then fill in the corresponding oval on the answer sheet. A choice may be used once, more than once, or not at all in each set. Questions 1-2
Consider atoms of the following elements. Assume that the atoms are in the ground state. (A) S (B)Ca

Questions 3-5 refer to the rollowing molecules. (A) COl (B) H20 (C) CH4
(D) C2H4 (E) PH3 3. The molecule 4. The molecule with only one double bond with the largest dipole moment

(C) Ga
(D) Sb (E) Br 1. The atom that contains exactly two unpaired electrons 2. The atom that contains only one electron in the highest occupied energy sublevel

5. The molecule that has trigonal pyramidal geometry

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()DCand 1 aim 9. _ • '. GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE 18 Copyright C 2004 by College Entrance Examination Soard. A combustion reaction same reactant undergoes .12.. A precipitation reaction . A reaction that produces a coordination complex 13." UnauthOrized copying or reuse of any part of IRis page i$ illegal. Has the greatest rate of effusion through a pinhole Questions 11-14 refer to the reaetions represented below. A reaction in which the both oxidation and reduction 14." (A) Ne (B) Xe (C) 02 (D) CO (E) NO oDe KMn04 (D) KCI (E) FeCl3 6. (A) Pb504 (B) CuO (C) and 1 atm." " . All rights reseNed. .·. Questions 6-7 refer to the following solid Questions 8-10 refer to the following gases at compounds. Has...11#9'1. ••• •••• r •• ". + 8 02(g) + 6 OH-(aq) ~ 5 Br-(aq) + Br03-:(aq) + SOl-(aq) ~ CaSOi3) (E) PtCl4(s) + 2 CI-(aq) ~ Ptcll-(aq) 11. Is white and very soluble in water 8. Is purple in aqueous solution 7.. the greatest density 10. • " . Has an average atomic or molecular speed closest to that of N2 molecules at. (A) H2Se04(aq) (C) 3 Br2(aq) (D) Ca2+(aq) + 2 Cl-(aq) + 2 H+(aq) -+ H2Se03(aq) -+ 8502(g) + Q2(g) + H20(l) + 3 H20(l) (B) 58(3)..1.

. La3+ I 'I I I e ~ & I I I I I 1 I I I I I I e 1. Ba2+.. Sr2+ (E) . (C) The vapor pressure of the substance is . Which of the following bestdescribes what happens to the substance between and 's ? '4 (A) The molecules are leaving the liquid phase. have the same number of electrons? (A) S2-. (C) It melts to a liquid at a temperature of about 20°C and remains a liquid until the temperature is greater than 100°C.F£--I--I--t--I20 40 60 80 Temperature eC) 100 15. GO ONTO THE NEXT PAGE 19 ~ght . Ti. The temperature of a sample of pure solid X is slowly raised from lOoe to 100°C at a constant pressure of 0. i. K+. (E) It remains a solid until the temperature is greater than lOO°e..PartB Directions: Each of the questions or incomplete statements below is followed by five suggested answers or completions..e.5 I-----:.0I---t-+t---b. In which of the following groups are the three species isoelectronic. The substance is at its normal freezing point at time (A) 11 (B) 12 (C) (D) t3 (E) Is ' 4 18. 17.a 11:1 e . Co4~ege.£--t--10. The phase diagram for the pure substance X is shown above. Select the one that is best in each case and then fill in the corresponding oval on the answer sheet. (A) It first melts to a liquid and then boils at about 70°C. ntra~e ~ Exam. What is the expected behavior of the substance? 16.f? 2?~ by.5 1--~--++-+--I---7'~s 11 t2 Time ') '4 I~ £ ~ 1. decreasing. UnauthOrized copying or reuse 01any part of this page is Illegal.0 atm pressure. Questions 15·16 relate to the graph below. The substance changes from the solid to the liquid to the gas phase. (D) It sublimes to vapor at an equilibrium temperature of about 20°C. Ca2+. (B) The solid and liquid phases coexist in equilibri urn. All rights reserved. V2+ (C) 02-. (D) The average intermolecular distance is decreasing.5 atm. I I I I I o. Cl(D) Mg2+. ea2+ (B) Sc. . The graph shows the temperature of a pure substance as it is heated at a constant rate in an open vessel at 1. (E) The temperature of the substance is increasing. S2-.inatlon Board. (B) It first melts to a liquid and thenboils at about 30°C.

2g 34 g (D) 85 g (E) 140 g Unauthorized copying or reuse of any part olttlis page is illegal. """ .10 M copper(lI) (A) (B) (C) 4. GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE Copyright C 2004 by Collage Entrance Examination Board.(g) is 83 kJ mol-I. What is the partial pressure oftbe flask? (A) 800mmHg (B) 600mmHg (e) 250mmHg (D) 200 mmHg (E) 160 mm Hg 21. 20 .In 141CS 55 + 3l0n +X 23. A compound contains 1.I'Part B I 19. n. What is the Simplest formula of this compound? Sz- (D) S8 (E) S02C1Z 20. Neutron bombardment of uranium can induce the reaction represented above. fA) KTeO (B) KTezO (C)K1Te03 Hz(g) can be produced by (D) KzTe06 (E) adding which of the following to 1 M HCI(aq) ? K4Te06 n.fi4."'. The total S02(g) in the (D) ~Rb (E) ~Rb 24. 0. _ .10 mol of K. for the reaction represented above? (AHj ofC. All rights reserved.. 1 M NH3(aq) m. In the laboratory. A flask contains 0. and 1.. I.. of the following? (A) ~Br (B) ~Br (e) ~~Rb 0.) (A) -607 kJ (B) -147 kJ (C) -19 kJ CD) +19 kJ (E) +773 kJ 2NH3 ~ NH4+ +NHz22.50 mole of 02(g)..25 mole of sOz(g). . AHj of C6Ht.65 mol of 0. AH· . and ill 25.50 mole of cH4(g).55 mol of Te. In the reaction NH/ acts as (A) a catalyst (B) both an acid and a base (C) the conjugate acid of ~ CD) the reducing agent (E) theoxidizing agent above 26. What is the standard enthalpy change.. In liquid ammonia. Nuclide X is which . and pressure of the gases in the flask is 800 mm Hg. NaHC03(s) (A) I only (B) IT only (e) m only (D) I and IT only (E) I. Zn(s) I. the reaction represented occurs.Hz(g) is 230 kJ mol ".0 g 6.. 0. In which of the following species does sulfur have the same oxidation number as it does in HzS04 ? (A) HzS03 (B) szOl(C) 23Su 92 +0 ~ . Approximately what mass of eus04' 5HzO sulfate solution? (250 g mol'") is required to prepare 250 mL· of 0..

GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE 21 Co~Yl'ight.~2~~4 by. All rights reserved.College Entra~ce Exa~Jnatj.on ~ard. + NO(g) 4 N202(g) (2) N202(g) + 02(g) :-+ 2 N02(g) (1) NO(g) slow fast Which of the following rate expressions agrees best with this possible mechanism? (A) Rate:: k[NO]2 (B) Rate = k (C) Rate ~~~1 [[o~r =k (D) Rate :: k[~n]2[02] eE) Rate = k[N202][02] of Unauthorized copying or reuse any pari 01 this page is illegal.I'4 2 NO(g) + Dig)" 4 U1iil r) ' 2 N02(g) 27. . A possible mechanism for the overall reaction represented above is the following.

4L are made up of atoms that are intrinsically hard because of their electronic structures consist of positive and negative ions that are strongly attracted to each other are giant molecules in which each atom forms strong covalent bonds with all of its neighboring atoms are formed under extreme conditions of temperature and pressure contain orbitals or bands of delocalized electrons that belong not to single atoms but to each crystal as a whole (D) 2 x 22.4L (E) 3?< 22. of (E) LaZ03 (A) 1 x 10-14 M (B) 1 x 10-8 M (C) 1 X 10-6 M (D) 1 M (E) 8M Unauthorizedcapying or reuse of any part of thl6 page is illegal.0 L of CO2(g)? (Assume all gases are measured at O°C and 1 atm.. [OH -]. All rights reserved.28.. At 25°C.. . . ionic? which is the most (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) SiC}4 BrCl 31.... " • • L. aqueous solutions with a pH of 8 have a hydroxide ion concentration. .4 L 29. ~ •• 4 • ~~ ._ .. The best explanation for the fact that diamond is extremely hard is that diamond crystals (A) (B) (C) i x 22. What volume of 02(g) is required to react with excess CS2(l) to produce 4. Which of the following oxides is a gas at 25°C and 1 atm? (A) R~O (B) N20 (C) NazOz (D) Si02 (E) 30.4 L (C) (D) 32.. Of the following compounds.~. GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE 221 Copyright t C 2004 by College Entrance Examination Board. .) " PCI3 Cl20 CaCl2 (A) 12L (B) 22.

6 8.0 4. Which of the following indicators is the best choice for this titration? (B) Ag+(aq) (C) 2 Ba +(aq) Ba2+(aq) pH Range of Indicator (A) Methyl orange (D) Color Change 3.. A few drops of potassium iodide solution were ' .00 ~ 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 mL of 0. A sample of a solution of an unknown was treated with dilute hydrochloric acid.12. ..0 pH 8.0 12.0 '~ .6. What part of the curve corresponds to the optimum buffer action for the acetic acid/acetate ion pair? ' Point Point Point Along (E) Along (A) (B) (C) (D) V X Z all of section WY all of section }Z Unauthorized copying or muse of any part 01 this page is Illegal.0 11..0 2. Compared to the pure solvent.4.2 -10.4 4.1 .-. the solution has a higher normal boiling point has a higher vapor pressure hasthe same vapor pressure bas a higher freezing point is more nearly ideal 14.11'5'''11.t Questions 33-34 The graph below shows the titration curve that results when 100. mL of 0.8 .0 .added to the hot water filtrate and a bright yellow precipitate was produced.100 M NaOH Added 36.7. ~ GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE 23 .X V LI--" 10.0 0. The white precipitate remaining on the filter paper was readily soluble in ammonia solution.0250 M acetic acid is titrated with 0.100 M NaOH: (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Part B 35. .4 .0 6.(E) Ba2+(aq) and Pb2+(aq) (B) Methyl red (C) 'Bromothymol blue (D) Phenolphthalein (E) Alizarin 34.2 . A solution is made by dissolving a nonvolatile solute in a pure solvent.0 6. The white precipitate formed was filtered and washed with hot water. What two ions could have been present in the unknown? (A) Ag+(aq) and Hgl+(aq) and Pb2+(aq) and Ag+(aq) and Hgl+(aq) 33.

(B) NazS04 has a higher molar mass than NaCf has. the mass of N~S04 needed is more than twice the mass of NaCI needed. A 0.AH :: -41. ~CO 3 ] can be-increased by doing which of the following? HC03• t 2-] .- - .10 M aqueous solution of sodium sulfate.l0M NaCl. When the reaction represented by the equation above is at equilibrium at 1 atm and 25°C. (C) To prepare a given volume of 0.10 M NaZS04 than in the same volume ofO.10 M aqueous solution of sodium chloride. < Unauthorized copying or reuse of any part 01 this page is illegal. Which of the following best explains this observation? (A) Na2S04 is more soluble in water than NaCI is. (D) More moles of ions are present in a given volume of 0. (E) The degree of dissociation of NazS04 in solution is significantly greater than that of NaCI. GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE 24 .4 kJ 37. Na2SO 4' is a better conductor of electricity than a 0. Ute ratio (A) Decreasing the temperature (B) Adding acid -(C) Adding a catalyst (D) Diluting the solution with distilled water (E) BUbbling neon gas through the solution " 38.10 M solution. NaCI.

200 'C' ~ 160 ~ :.. .- V - 3 . (A) (B) (C) (0) NaCl KN03 K2Cr04 K2S04 (E) ~(S04)3 Unauthorized copying or ntuse of any part of this page is Illegal. _" ...___.-10 20 y' VKN0 NaCl~ ~ _. ...8] ~ ~ CO / -: 120 . . GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE. 30 '" L .... All rights reserved. ._ :.. ." ..... On the basis of the solubility curves shown above. K2Cr04- C~(S04h 40 50 60 70 Temperature eC) 80 90 100 o 39.-.~ -=40 e tI) -s : 80 ~ ~ »: ..~ K2S04 r: j IF 8 . the greatest percentage of which compound can be recovered by cooling a saturated solution of that compound from 90°C to 30°C'? . 25 Copyright C 2004 by College Entrance Examination Board..

of C2HsOH molar mass of H20 is 18 g.55.46 (e) 0. + + + + 45.0 x (B) 0.0 x 5. Which of the following indicates the correct signs for tlG.54 (D) 0. the natural abundance the 65eu isotope must be approximately (A) (B) (e) (D) 90% 70% 50% 25% of (A) 22.75 46. (E) 896mL 41. When solid NH4SCN is mixed with solid Ba(OH)2 in a closed container. -:'AI ights reserved. GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE 26 ~yright 02004 by. Which of the following properties generally decreases across the periodic table from sodium to chlorine? (A) First ionization energy (B) Atomic mass (C) Electronegativity (D) Maximum value of oxidation number (E) Atomic radi us . the 42. the temperature drops and a gas is produced.0 x lO-s above is 2. 10-5 10-5 10-4 Una(.- tlG (e) (D) + (E) + (A) (B) - Ml ss.400 M HC!. An excess of Mg(s) is added to 100. (D) Na has a higher neutron-to-proton ratio than Ne.0 x 2. What is the value of K for the reverse reaction at the same (B) (C) (D) (E) 5. the value of the equilibrium constant. The atomic mass of copper is 63.) (A) 0. Given that there are only two naturally occurring isotopes of copper.0 x 10-(. This difference best accounts for which of the following? (A) Na has a greater density at standard conditions than Ne. r . CzHsOH.f'§I"hi' j Part B 40. lOS. The effective nuclear charge experienced by the outermost electron of Na is different than the effective nuclear charge experienced by the outermost electron of Ne.0 x 5. 63Cu and 6SCu. At a certain temperature. (C) Na has a higher melting point than Ne. and 6S for the process? (E) 10% 44.4 mL (B)' 44. in an aqueous solution that is 46 percent ethanol by mass? (The molar mass . What is the mole fraction of ethanol . mL of 0. K. what volume of H2 gas can be obtained? 43.8 rnL (C) 224mL (D) 448 mL.67 (E) 0. At O°C and 1 atm pressure. (B) Na has a lower first ionization energy than Ne.lthorized copying or reuse of any part of this page is illegal. AH. CoI~ege Ent~e Exa~jnau_on ~rd. for the reaction represented temperature? (A) -2. (E) Na has fewer naturally occurring isotopes than Ne.25 is 46 g.

(C) Reaction order can be detennined only by experiment.. Which of the following is a correct statement about reaction order? (A) Reaction order can only be a whole number. . ~ Unauthorized copying or reuse GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE 27 Copyright C 2004 by College Entrance examination Board. Sodium chloride is LEAST soluble in which of the following liquids? (A) H20 (B) CCl4 (C) HF (D) CH30H (E) CH3COOH 49. . . the coefficients of the balanced equation for the reaction. . . the coefficient for H+{aq) is (A) (B) (C) (E) 2 4 6 (D) 8 14 of any part 01 this page is iUegal.. 48. (D) Reaction order increases with increasing temperature.. ....~... (E) A second-order reaction must involve at least two different compounds as reactants. ~ .. (B) Reaction order can be determined only from ....47. When the equation above is correctly balanced and all coefficients are reduced to lowest whole-number terms.. All rights reserved. .- .

The oxidation state of nitrogen changes from +5 to +2. the coefficient for 02 is (A) 4 (B) (C) 7 (D) 10 5 (E) 22 Unauthorized copying Of reuse of any part of this page Is iIIogai. All rights reserved. <ill . True statements about the reaction represented above include which of the following? I. II.... C3Hs' bums in excess oxygen gas. Which of the following represents acceptable laboratory practice? (A) Placing a hot object on a balance pan fmal rinse of a . When the equation for this reaction is correctly balanced and all coefficients are reduced to their lowest whole-number terms. (E) Diluting a solution in a volumetric flask to its final concentration with bot water (B) Using distilled water for the 3 Cu(s) + 8 H+(aq) + 2 NO) -(aq) --t 3 Cu2+(aq) + 2 NO(g) + 4 HzO(I) 51. Hydrogen (A) I only (B) II only (C) monly (D). GO ONTO THE NEXT PAGE 28 Copyright • C 20Q4 by College Entrance Examination Board. Cu(s) acts as an oxidizing agent..ul .._. Propane gas.11#%I. . m.. ~"'. ~ • ••• u ~ • ~.buret before filling it with standardized solution (C) Adding a weighed quantity of solid acid to a titration flask wet with distilled water .. ions are oxidized to fonn HzO(l).I and II (E) IIand m 52... -1 Part B 50.. (D) Using 10 mL of standard strength phenolphthalein indicator solution for titration of 25 mL of acid solution .

(B) The reaction order can be obtained directly from the balanced equation. GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE 29 Copyright (l:) 2004 by College Entrance Examination Board.J First Second Second Second 6 10 Unauthorized copying or reuse of any part of this page is illegal. Which of the following must be true for a reaction for which the activation energy is the same for both the forward and the reverse reactions? (A) A catalyst is present. (D) AH for the reaction is zero.11'1'(. repulsion between hydrogen 54. Time (days) % Reactant 0 100 1 79 2 3 50 4 40 5 31 6 25 7 20 .S for the reaction is zero. A reaction was observed for 20 days and the percentage of the reactant remaining after each day was recorded in the table above. (E) Il. the progressive decrease in the bond angles in the series of molecules CH4• NH3• and H20 is best accounted for by the (A) increasing (B) decreasing (C) increasing atom (D) increasing electrons (E) decreasing atoms strength of the bonds size of the central atom electronegativity of the central number of unshared pairs of .)'" Part IB? I i 53. All riahts reservAli .. Which of the following best describes the order and the half-life of the reaction? Reaction Order (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Half-life (days) 3 10 3 First. . - 20 remaining 63 1 55.. (C) The reaction order is zero.. According to the VSEPR model. - 10 10 .

number of nearest neighbors increases. The boiling points of the elements helium. ~ ..0 g of N:zH4 (32 g mol'") and 92'g of N 2°4 (92 g mor") are mixed together and react according maximum to the equation above.. and xenon increase in that 'order. The reaction is first studied with [M] and [N] each 1 x 10-3 molar.. neon. 2N2H4(g) + N20ig) ~ 3N2(g) + 4H2°(g) 58. The rate of a certain chemical substances M and N obeys the rate law above. 18 g 36 g (D) 72 g (E) 144 g 57.. GO ONTO THE NEXT PAGE 30 • Copyright C 2004 by College Entrance Examinatlon Board.. chemical reactivity increases._ . hydrogen bonding increases. All rights reStl!i'V8d.liPart B I 56. krypton. .J1d5'H. Which of the following statements accounts for this increase? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) The The The The The London (dispersion) forces increase.. dipole-dipole forces increase. All of the halogens in their elemental 25°C and 1 atm are (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) conductors of electricity diatomic molecules odorless colorless gases form at will increase by a factor of Unauthorized copying or reuse 01 any part of thi$ page Is Illegal.# . _ • • ••• . new experiment conducted molar.. what is the mass of H20 that can be produced? (A) (B) (C) 9.0 g Rate = k[M][N]2 reaction between . t ~. argon. If a. When 8. the reaction rate (A) 2 (B) 4 (C) 6 (D) 8 (E) 16 is with [M] and [N] each 2 x 10-3 59.

Unauthorized copying or reuse GO ONTOTHE NEXT PAGE 31 ... Copyright C 2004 by College Entrance examination Board.00 L (C) By diluting the solution with distilled water (0) By adding 100. . .10 (E) By adding 100.. mL of sodium hydroxide solution with a pH of 13.0053 mol (C) 0. All rights reserved..030 mol 61.. - . .60.~. mL of 0. mL of 0.. .013 mol (E) 0.. '_.20 M KMn<?4 solution? . . how many moles of Cl02-(aq) are needed to react completely ~ith 20.10 M HCI M NaOH of any part of this page is illegar. . ... According to the balanced equation above. How can 100.0075 mol (0) 0. (A) 0. mL of 0...00? (A) By diluting the solution with distilled water to a total volume of 108 mL (B) By diluting the solution with distilled water to a total volume of 200 mL to a total volume of 1. .0030 mol (B) 0.00 be converted to a sodium hydroxide solution with a pH of 12.

O. which of the following species is present in the lowest concentration? (A) ~O(l) (8) H30+(aq) (C) ~C6~06(aq) . Which of the following structural formulas represents an isomer of the compound that bas the structural formula represented above? manly I and II (A) Br-C-C-C-H HHH HHH (8) III III I I (E)IIandm 64.6 X 10-12• .. Ascorbic acid. G9 ON TO THE NEXT PAGE 32 . ~CA06(S)' is a diprotic acid with K) = 7. A 2 L container will hold about 4 g of which of the following gases at OOCand 1 atm. (0) HC~06 -(aq) (E) C~Ol-(aq) H-C-C-C-H H "Br H I I I I HHH (C) H-C-C-C-H H I [ I III H Br (0) Br-C-C-C-Br HH yyy III 65. In a 0.10 n. I.r Part B ''111' ' HHH H-C-C-C-Br I~ 1 63.lOMHF+O.? (A) S02 H (E) yyyy H-1-~-T-'"IHHHH Br (B) N2 (C) CO2 (D) C4Hs (E) NH3 U rlauthorized copying or reuse of any pari of this page is Illegal.1.O.lOMHCI MNaCl + 0. Mixtures that would be considered buffers include which of the following? .005 M aqueous solution of ascorbic acid. O.lOMHBr+O. Which of the following substances is LEAST soluble in water? (A) (NH4hS04 (8) KMn04 (C) BaC03 (D) Zn(N03h (E) N~P04 66.9 x lO-s and K2 = 1.lOMNaF m.lOMNaBr (A) I only (8) II only (C) (0) kkk' HHH I I 62.

10 M ? (A) Ni2+(aq) (B) Al3+(aq) (C) Ba2+(aq) (D) Na+(aq) (E) C032-(aq) Unauthorized copying or reuse.87 g ~ 50 ~ 40 30 20 0 1 11. which has the highest melting point? (A) 88 (B) 12 (e) Si02 (D) S02 and H20 molecules become more effective.. as represented in the cooling curve above. Which of the following describes the changes in forces of attraction that occur as H20 changes phase from a liquid to a vapor? • (A) H-O bonds break as H-H and0-0 bonds form. 80 e_ 70 S60 U (E) C6~ . SamI!le 1 2 Test Add H+(aq) Add NH3(aq} Add SOl-(aq) Observation No change No change No change 3 (C) C (0) D (E) E Which of the following ions could be present in the solution ala concentration of 0. From which section of the curve can the melting point of naphthalene be determined? (A) A (B) B 72. Of the following pure substances.94 g 5. The following tests were performed on samples of the solution.. (B) Hydrogen bonds between H20 molecules are broken. of any part ollhis page is illegal. 100 90 . 0. .67. (E) Covalent bonds between H+ ions 70.-. In the electroplating of nickel. e 71. All rights reserved.~ 2?~ bY. Liquid naphthalene at 95°C was cooled to 30°C. GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE 33 Co~yright.7 g (E) 294 g 234 5 6 7 Time (minutes) 68. (D) Ionic bonds between H+ ions and OHions are broken. A colorless solution is divided into three samples.Coliege ~ntrance Examination B~rd. (C) Covalent bonds between H20 molecules are broken.' .200 faraday of electrical charge is passed through a solution of NiS04• What mass of nickel is deposited? e (A) (B) (C) 2.7g (D) 58.

) ~ 73... On the basis of this information.0 X 10-18 (e) 1.. .0 x 10-18 (B) 8..H = (A) (B) (C) (D) AS the value of [Oli] is 2. Ml t:.. Iii' • _ . Copyright C 2004 by College Entrance Examination Board. 34 • . ~.H = Tt:.. <0 =0 Tt:.. . X(I) 75.6 x 10-17 x at 2S°C.:..:. 10-6 M. A pure.0 X 10-6 74..G =0 TAS (D) 4.li'4' 1. ".0 x 10-12 (E) 2. In a saturated solution of Zn(O~ Which of the following is true for any substance undergoing the process represented above at its nonDaJ._ • . white ctystalline solid dissolves in water to yield a basic solution that liberates a gas when excess acid is added to it. the solid could be (A) KN03 (B) ~C03 (C) KOH (D) IQISO" (E)KQ END OF SECTION I Unauthorized copying or reuse 01any part ollhis page is illegal. melting point? . Ksp...1..Part B I XC.0 What is the value of the solubility-produc~ constant.1. 1 11... All rights reserved. for Zn(OH)2 at 25°C '1 (A) 4.S (E) t:.

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