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Chemistry 112 Exam 3 review
Note Card stuff
Electron and molecular geometry
Monatomic and diatomic gasses
Concepts that give you a hard time (True and False)
Reminders about how to solve a type of problem
Security blanket issues
Which of the following are true: i. The higher the temperature, the higher the vapor pressure ii. Compounds with higher vapor pressure typically have lower boiling points iii. The stronger the intermolecular interactions the lower the vapor pressure
All are correct
I and II are correct
II and III are correct
I and III are correct
Only I is correct
Which of the following can form intermolecular hydrogen bonds?
Which of the following are TRUE about Hydrogen Bonding: i. It is an especially strong type of dipole-dipole interaction ii. It only occurs when hydrogen is bound to oxygen or fluorine or nitrogen iii. It is based on the electrostatic interaction
How many atoms of argon occupy 1.00mL if the temperature is 300.0 C and the pressure is 1.0x10-3 Torr?
What volume is occupied by 1.00 kg of nitrogen gas at 5.00 degrees C at a pressure of 735 Torr?
Which of the following lists MOLECULAR CONFIGURATION correctly? SF4 and XeF4
Tetrahedral & tetrahedral
Square pyramidal & seesaw shape
Seesaw shape & seesaw shape
Seesaw shape & square planar
Tetrahedral & square planar
Which of the following is polar?
If a balloon with a volume of 1.00 L, pressure of 1.00 atm at 25 C, is immersed in water at a depth where the pressure is 1.50 atm and temperature is -75 C, what is the final volume of the balloon?
Calculate the density of fluorine gas in a 4.32 L container at 1.0 atm and 25 C.
Which of the following are true about water? i. Ice is a network solid ii. Water has a relatively high boiling point due to London dispersion forces iii. Many ionic solids are soluble in water due to water’s large dipole moment resulting in a strong dipole-ion interaction
Only III is correct
Which of the following diffuses the slowest?
In which one of the following substances is the kinetic energy the smallest compared to the intermolecular attractive forces?
Which of the following are true: i. London dispersion forces are larger, the smaller (less massive) the molecule ii. London dispersion forces is the same as induced dipole-induced dipole III. all molecules experience London dispersion forces
Which of the following correctly lists the compounds in order of increasing melting point?
Which of the following lists the compounds in correct order of increasing boiling point?
HF <SiH4 <PH3
SiH4 <HF <PH3
SiH4 <PH3 <HF
HF <PH3 <SiH4
PH3 <SiH4 <HF
Which of the following is true about the ideal gas law: i. it always yields accurate results ii. It assumes that intermolecular forces are negligible iii. It fails to yield accurate results at low pressures iv. It only yields accurate results for the noble gases
I, II and III are correct
Only II is correct
How much energy (in Joules) does a mole of photons with a wavelength of 7.80 km have?
Good Luck!!mistry 112 Exam 3 review