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Title: Practice Final
Started: May 4, 2009 7:24 PM
Submitted: May 4, 2009 7:24 PM
Time spent: 00:00:27
Total score: 0/34 = 0% Total score adjusted by 0.0 Maximum possible score: 34

1.

What is the solubility in moles/liter for zinc hydroxide at 25 o C given a Ksp value of 2.0 x
10-17 . Write using scientific notation and use 1 or 2 decimal places (even though this is strictly
incorrect!)

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Equals 1.71e-6 (100%)
1. not answered 0%
Equals 1.7e-6 (100%)

General Ksp = 4S3


Feedback:
Score: 0/1

2.

When 7.5 x 10-6 g of KOH is dissolved in 1.00 L of 1.0 x 10-3 M Cu(NO3)2, a precipitate of
Cu(OH)2 is formed. True or False? (Ksp of Cu(OH)2 is 2.2 x 10-20 )

Student
Value Correct Answer Feedback
Response
1. True 100%
2. False 0%

Score: 0/1

3.
Which of the following compounds will not have a different solubility with a change in pH?

Student
Value Correct Answer Feedback
Response
1. AgNO3 100%
2. Ca3 (AsO4 )2 0%
3. SrCO3 0%
4. CuF 0%
5. CuS 0%

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4.
Answer this question without using numbers from the book (or anywhere else!)

DS for the following reaction is negative. True or false?

C3H8(g) => C2 H6(g) + CH4 (g)

Student
Value Correct Answer Feedback
Response
1. True 0%
2. False 100%

Score: 0/1

5.

Given the values of DGfo given below in kJ/mol, calculate the value of DGo in kJ for the
combustion of ammonia to forms nitrogen dioxide and water vapor. (Use the lowest possible
integers when balancing the equation).
DGfo (NO2) = 55.8
DGfo (H2 O(g)) = -225.7
DGfo (NH3 ) = -17.5

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% -1,061

Score: 0/1

6.

The value of DGo for the reaction,


N2(g) + 3 H2 (g) <=> 2 NH3(g) is -32.90 kJ at 298 K.

Calculate the value of DG in kJ at 298 K if the partial pressures of N2 , H2 and NH3 are 4.500,
4.375, and 1.230 atm respectively.

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% -46.6

Score: 0/1

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7.
Balance the following equation in acidic solution:

Zn(s) + NO2-(aq) => Zn2+(aq) + N2(g)

What is the coefficient of water?

Student
Value Correct Answer Feedback
Response
1. 1 0%
2. 2 0%
3. 4 100%
4. 6 0%
5. 8 0%

Score: 0/1

8.
Calculate the pH of a solution that results from mixing 31.7 mL of 0.148 M HCN(aq) with 22.2
mL of 0.189 M NaCN.
The Ka value for HCN is 4.9 x 10-10 .

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% 9.26

Score: 0/1

9.

Calculate the pH during the titration of 20.00 mL of 0.1000 M CH3CH2 CH2COOH(aq) with
0.1000 M NaOH(aq) after 19.82 mL of the base have been added.
Ka of butanoic acid = 1.54 x 10-5 .

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% 6.85

Score: 0/1

10.
Which indicator would be the best to use for a titration between 0.10 M HCl with 0.10 M
NaOH? You will probably need to consult the appropriate table in the book.

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Student Correct
Value Feedback
Response Answer
1. phenolphthalein, 0%
color change at
pH 8-10
2. bromothymol 100%
blue, color
change at pH
6-8
3. methyl red, 0%
color change at
pH 3-5
4. alizarin yellow 0%
R, color change
at pH 10-12
5. thymol blue, 0%
color change at
pH 2-4

Score: 0/1

11.

What is the heat change in J associated with 179.1 g of ice at -5.00 ° C changing to liquid
water at +5.00 °C?

c(H2 O) (liq) = 4.184 J/(g.K)

c(H2 O) (s) = 2.09 J/ (g.K)

DHfus(H2 O) = 6.02 kJ/mol

Enter your answer in scientific format with TWO DECIMAL PLACES (that is, 3 significant figures
total): 1.23X104 =1.23E4. Do not include units. You will not get credit for the question if
you do not use the correct format!!!

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% 6.54E4 (6.54 × 104)

Score: 0/1

12.
Which type of intermolecular force ("interparticle force") is the most important in CSe2 (l)?

Student
Value Correct Answer Feedback
Response

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1. London 100%
Dispersion
2. Dipole- 0%
dipole
forces
3. Ion-dipole 0%
forces
4. Hydrogen 0%
bonds
5. Ionic 0%
bonds

Score: 0/1

13.
Calculate the freezing point (in degrees C) of a solution made by dissolving 4.24 g of glucose
in 74.8 g of water. The Kfp of the solvent is 1.86 K/m and the normal freezing point is 273 K.

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% -0.59

Score: 0/1

14.
Assuming complete dissociation, calculate the boiling point (in degrees C) of a solution made
by dissolving 2.43 g of potassium chloride in 92.2 g of water. The Kfp of the solvent is 0.512
K/m and the normal boiling point is 373 K.

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% 100.36

Score: 0/1

15.
A 3.39 mass % aqueous solution of ethylene glycol (HOCH2 CH2OH) has a density of 1.03
g/mL. Calculate the molality of the solution.

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% 0.57

Score: 0/1

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16.
When 1.25 g of an unknown non-electrolyte is dissolved in 50.0 g of cyclohexane, the freezing
point decreased by 5.45 degrees C. If the Kfp of the solvent is 20.1 K/m, calculate the molar
mass of the unknown solute.

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% 92

Score: 0/1

17.
What is the strongest form of intermolecular force between solute and solvent in a solution of
KCl(s) in CH3 OH(l)?

Student
Value Correct Answer Feedback
Response
1. ion-dipole 100%
2. dipole- 0%
dipole
3. hydrogen 0%
bonding
4. dipole- 0%
induced
dipole
5. dispersion 0%

Score: 0/1

18.

For the reaction, 4 A(g) + 3 B(g) => 2 C(g), the following data were obtained at constant
temperature.
Experiment Initial [A], mol/L Initial [B], mol/L Initial Rate, M/min
1 0.200 0.150 5.00
2 0.400 0.150 20.0
3 0.200 0.300 20.0
4 0.400 0.300 80.0

Determine the value of k for the reaction. Give answer to 3 significant figures.

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Equals 5556 (100%)
1. not answered 0% Equals 5560 (100%)
Equals 5555.6 (100%)

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Equals 5.56E3 (100%)


Equals 5.55E3 (100%)

Score: 0/1

19.

A first order reaction has a rate constant of 0.558 sec-1 at 38.9 o C. If the activation energy is
64 kJ, calculate the temperature in o C at which the rate constant is
0.504 sec-1.

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Answer not answered 0% 37.6

Score: 0/1

20.

In a first order decomposition in which the rate constant is 0.0528 sec-1 , how long will it take
(in minutes) until 0.471 mol/L of the compound is left, if there was 0.830 mol/L at the start?
(give answer to 3 sig figs using E notation)?

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% 0.179

Score: 0/1

21.

Consider the reaction with the rate law, Rate = k[BrO3 -][Br -][H+]2
By what factor does the rate change if the concentration of BrO3- is quadrupled and that of Br-
is is decreased by a factor of 2? Just put in the number as a whole number or fraction.

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Equals 2 (100%)
1. not answered 0%
Equals 2/1 (100%)

Score: 0/1

22.
The proposed mechanism for a reaction is

1. ClO-(aq) + H2 O(l) => HClO(aq) + OH-(aq) SLOW


2. I-(aq) + HClO(aq) => HIO(aq) + Cl-(aq) FAST

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3. OH-(aq) + HIO(aq) => H2O(l) + IO-(aq) FAST

Which of the following would be a rate law for the reaction?

Student Correct
Value Feedback
Response Answer
1. rate = 100%
k[ClO-][H2 O]
2. rate = 0%
k[I-][HClO]
3. rate = 0%
k[OH-][HIO]
4. rate = k[ClO-] 0%
[H2 O][I-]
5. rate = k[ClO-] 0%
[H2 O][I-][OH-]

Score: 0/1

23.

An atom of 186 Ta has a mass of 185.958540 amu. Calculate the binding energy per MOLE in
kJ. Use the values:

mass of 1 H atom = 1.007825 amu


mass of a neutron = 1.008665 amu
c = 2.99792 x 108 m/s

Give your answer to 3 significant figures and USE E notation. No charity points will be
awarded.......

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Equals 1.43E11 (100%)
1. not answered 0%
Equals 1.44E11 (100%)

Score: 0/1

24.

Pa-233 undergoes beta decay. What is the product nucleus? Enter your answer using the same
format, i.e, symbol-mass number

Student Response Value Correct Answer


1. not answered 0% Equals U-233 (100%)

Score: 0/1

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25.
F-21 is radioactive. Which mode of decay would be expected for this nucleus?

Student Correct
Value Feedback
Response Answer
1. Alpha decay 0%
2. Beta decay 100%
3. Positron 0%
decay/electron
capture
4. Neutron decay 0%
5. Proton decay 0%

Score: 0/1

26.

Consider the reaction Br2 (g) <=> 2 Br(g), which is endothermic as written. What would be the
effect on the equilibrium position of decreasing the volume of the reaction container?

Student
Value Correct Answer Feedback
Response
1. Reaction 0%
would go
to the
right,
making
more
"products"
2. Reaction 100%
would go
to the left,
making
more
"reactants"
3. Reaction 0%
would go
to the left,
making
more
"products"
4. Reaction 0%
would go
to the
right,
making

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more
"reactants"
5. No change 0%
on the
equilibrium
position

Score: 0/1

27.
Consider the gas-phase reaction, N2 (g) + 3 H2 (g) <=> 2 NH3 (g), for which Kp = 43 at 400 K.
If the mixture is analyzed and found to contain 2.0 bar of N2 , 2.0 bar of H2 and 26.0 bar of
NH3 , describe the situation:

Student
Value Correct Answer Feedback
Response
1. Q < K and 0%
more
reactants
will be
made to
reach
equilibrium.
2. Q < K and 100%
more
products
will be
made to
reach
equilibrium.
3. Q > K and 0%
more
reactants
will be
made to
reach
equilibrium.
4. Q > K and 0%
more
products
will be
made to
reach
equilibrium.
5. Within 1 0%
decimal
place, Q =
K and the
reaction is
at

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equilibrium

Score: 0/1

28.

What is the value of the equilibrium constant at 25 o C for the reaction between the pair:

Cr(s) and Fe2+(aq) to give Fe(s) and Cr3+(aq)

Use the reduction potential values for Cr3+(aq) of -0.74 V and for Fe2+(aq) of -0.44 V

Give your answer using E-notation with NO decimal places


(e.g., 2 x 10-2 would be 2E-2; and
2.12 x 10-2 would also be 2E-2.).
Do NOT include spaces, units, punctuation or anything else silly!

Student Response Value Correct Answer


1. not answered 0% Equals 3E30 (100%)

Score: 0/1

29.

What product(s) forms at the anode in the electrolysis of an aqueous solution of Na3 PO4 ?

Student
Value Correct Answer Feedback
Response
1. O2 and H+ 100%

2. H2 and OH- 0%

3. Na 0%
4. Phosphorus 0%

Score: 0/1

30.
How many grams of sodium may be formed by the passage of 38.4 amps for 3.36 hours
through an electrolytic cell that contains a molten sodium salt.

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% 110.7

Score: 0/1

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31.

A voltaic cell consists of an Al/Al3+ half-cell and a Cd/Cd2+ half-cell. Calculate [Cd2+] when
[Al3+] = 0.74572 M and Ecell = 1.226.
Use reduction potential values of Al3+ = -1.66 V and for Cd2+ = -0.40 V.
Use scientific (E) notation with 2 numbers after the decimal point.

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% 5.82E-2 (5.82 × 10-2 )

Score: 0/1

32.
Classify CH3 COOH

Student
Value Correct Answer Feedback
Response
1. strong 0%
acid
2. weak 100%
acid
3. strong 0%
base
4. weak 0%
base

Score: 0/1

33.

What is the pH of 0.788 M quinolinium iodide, C9 H7NHI? The Kb of quinoline, C9 H7N is 6.3 x
10-10 .

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% 2.45

Score: 0/1

34.

Hydrofluoric acid has a Ka of 6.8 x 10-4. Calculate the pH of a 0.349 M solution of HF? Do not
worry about using the quadratic.

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Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% 1.81

Score: 0/1

Done

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