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Title: Exam 1
Started: September 28, 2009 4:00 PM
Submitted: September 28, 2009 4:52 PM
Time spent: 00:52:14
Total score: 15/20 = 75% Total score adjusted by 0.0 Maximum possible score: 20

1.
Which type of intermolecular force ("interparticle force") is the most important in CCl4(l)?

Student Response Correct Answer


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

Score: 0/1

2.
Which of the following substances would be expected to have the lowest vapor pressure?

Student Response Correct Answer


1. methane
2. CF4
3. CCl4
4. CBr4
5. CI4

Score: 1/1

3.

How much energy in J is needed to convert 13 g of solid ethanol at -150 o C to liquid at


-109o C. You might need to know that:
mp = -114 o C and bp = 78o C
The heat of fusion is 4.6 kJ/mol and the heat of vaporization is 46.0 kJ/mol.
Finally, the specific heats of the solid, liquid and gas are, respectively 2.1, 3.2 and 1.8 J/g
o
C.

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Student Response Correct Answer


1. 2490
2. 1190
3. 61000
4. 14190
5. 2915

Score: 1/1

4.
Which of the following is not indicative of the existence of weak intermolecular forces of
attraction in a liquid?

Student Response Correct Answer


a. a very low boiling point
b. a very low vapor pressure
c. a very low viscosity
d. a very low heat of vaporization
e. a very low freezing point

Score: 0/1

5.
Which of the following statements is true?

Student Response Correct Answer


a. Ideal colligative properties do not depend on the nature of
the solute particles in a given solution.
b. The addition of a non-volatile solute to a solvent increases
the vapor pressure of the resulting solution.
c. The osmotic pressure of a solution is directly proportional to
the mole fraction of the solvent.
d. Molarity is independent of temperature
e. The freezing point depression constant is dependent on the
solute present in a solution

Score: 1/1

6.

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What is the strongest form of intermolecular force between solute and solvent in a solution
of C4H10(g) in C6H14(l)?

Student Response Correct Answer


1. ion-dipole
2. dipole-dipole
3. hydrogen bonding
4. dipole-induced dipole
5. dispersion

Score: 0/1

7.
Which of the following is more soluble in ethanol, CaCO3(s) or NaCl(s). Don't try to type the
subscripts, just use letters and numbers.

Student Response Correct Answer


Equals NaCl(s) (100%)
1. NaCl Equals NaCl (100%)
Equals sodium chloride (100%)

Score: 1/1

8.
Calculate the molality of an aqueous solution that is 20.1% by mass calcium chloride. You
might need to know that the density is 1.20 g/mL.

Student Response Correct Answer


a. 2.26
b. 2.17
c. 3.33
d. 1.81
e. 2.63

Score: 1/1

9.
How many moles of solute particles are present in 5.08 mL of 0.834 M Na2SO4? Use
scientific notation with 3 significant figures!!!!

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Student Response Correct Answer


Answer 1.27E-2 1.27E-2 (1.27 × 10-2)

Score: 1/1

10.
Which of the following aqueous solutions will have the lowest vapor pressure?

Student Response Correct Answer


a. 0.100 m K3PO4
b. 0.100 m CaCl2
c. 0.100 m NaCl
d. 0.100 m glucose (C6H12O6)
e. All have the same molality so all will have the same value.

Score: 0/1

11.
Calculate the osmotic pressure at 16.7 degrees C of a 0.023 M solution of glucose.

Student Response Correct Answer


Answer 6.66 0.55

Score: 0/1

12.
1.18 grams of an unknown non-electrolytic solute were dissolved in 50.0 g of water (Kfp =
1.86 K/m). If the freezing point of the solution was -0.360 o C, determine the molar mass of
the unknown solute.

Student Response Correct Answer


a. 122 g/mol
b. 4.57 g/mol
c. 0.12 g/mol
d. 88 g/mol
e. 219 g/mol

Score: 1/1

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13.

H2Z is a nonvolatile, water-soluble substance. When 6.15 x 10-3 mol of H2Z is dissolved in
50.0 g of water (Kfp = 1.86 o C/m), the freezing point of the resulting solution is –0.69 o C.
Choose the equation that best describes the dissolution of H2Z.

I. H2Z(s) => H2Z(aq)

II. H2Z(s) => H+(aq) + HZ-(aq)

III. H2Z(s) => 2H+(aq) + Z2-(aq)

Student Response Correct Answer


a. I only
b. II only
c. III only
d. Equal combination of I and II
e. Equal combination of II and III

Score: 1/1

14.
For the reaction, 2 A(g) + 2 B(g) => C(g) + 3 D(g), the following data were obtained at
constant temperature.
Experiment Initial [A], mol/L Initial [B], mol/L Initial Rate, M/min
1 0.11 0.15 2.0 x 10-5
2 0.11 0.30 2.0 x 10-5
3 0.22 0.45 4.0 x 10-5
4 0.22 0.60 4.0 x 10-5
Calculate the value of k to 3 significant figures.

Student Response Correct Answer


Equals 0.000182 (100%)
1. 1.82E-4 Equals .000182 (100%)
Equals 1.82E-4 (100%)

Score: 1/1

15.

In a first order decomposition in which the rate constant is 0.0328 sec-1, how long will it
take (in minutes) until 0.217 mol/L of the compound is left, if there was 0.881 mol/L at the
start? (give answer to 3 sig figs using E notation)?

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Student Response Correct Answer


Answer 7.12E-1 0.712

Score: 1/1

16.

The rate law for the reaction 2A => 4B is rate = k[A] with a rate constant of 4.45 sec-1
What is the half-life of the reaction?

Student Response Correct Answer


1. 2.23
2. 6.42
3. 0.156
4. 0.449
5. Cannot answer without knowing the initial concentration.

Score: 1/1

17.

The rate law of a particular reaction is found to be, rate = k[A]2[B]. Which of the following
statements is FALSE?

Student Response Correct Answer


a. The reaction is third order overall.
b. The units of k could be (L2/mol2 sec)
c. Tripling the concentration of A will result in a nine-fold
increase in the rate
d. The actual value of k will depend on the temperature
e. The actual value of k will depend on the concentrations of A
and B.

Score: 1/1

18.

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 Correct Answer

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Equals 2 (100%)
1. 2
Equals 2/1 (100%)

Score: 1/1

19.
What is the overall reaction order for a reaction with the following rate law?

Rate = k[Cl2][H+]2[CO]2

Student Response Correct Answer


1. First
2. Second
3. Third
4. Fourth
5. Fifth

Score: 1/1

20.
Consider the equation, 4 NH3 + 5 O2 => 4 NO + 6 H2O. If the water is being produced at a
rate of 0.30 M/s, how quickly is the concentration of ammonia decreasing?

Student Response Correct Answer


a. 0.45 M/s
b. 0.20 M/s
c. 0.30 M/S
d. -0.20 M/s
e. -0.45 M/s

Score: 1/1

Done

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