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Past Exam for CHEM 106 - Gen Chemistry II with Glendening at Indiana State (ISU)

Exam Information

Material Type:Exam 1
Professor:Glendening
Class:CHEM 106 - Gen Chemistry II
Subject:Chemistry
University:Indiana State University
Term:Spring 2007
Keywords:
  • Unknown Compound
  • Nonvolatile
  • Sublimation
  • Hydrophilic
  • Vaporization
  • Heat Vaporization
  • Heat of Vaporization
  • Useful Information
  • Point Elevation
  • Endothermic
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Name ~ Chemistry 106 February 2, 2007 First Hour Exam Potentially Useful Information: I'1Tr = iKfm I'1Tb = iKbm q = msl'1l R = 0.08206 LatmimolK = 8.314J / moIK M' = XP' In lL = - MI.-ap (_I _ _ I J In P~p = _ aH . ." (~) + In C P, RT,T, RT 1. (2 pts) Calculate x: In 2.3 = x In x = 2.3 10. 2. (4 pts) Circle the polar molecules. ~ Oz CHzCl z CO, 3. (4 pts) Identify the dominant type of intermolecular force present in the following liquids. 4. (4 pts) Indicate the type of crystal formed by the following substances. 5. (2 pts) Circle the solution that has the lowest freezing point; cross Ol/t that which has the highest freezing point. 0.08m CaCl z ) 0.20 m NH3 O.~CI 0.18m CH 3 0H 6. (4 pts) Draw a picture of two interacting methyl fluoride (CH3F) molecules. What type of intermolecular force is involved? 7. (3 pts) Give an example of an ion-dipole interaction. 2 8. (9 pts) Define the following: cohesive interaction hydrophilic -m,lu ... Le5/

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