REVIEW QUESTIONS FOR FINAL EXAM

    1) Know how to use the formula: delta U = Q + W; Also know when Q and W are (+) and (-)
    2) Know how to find the delta H for a reaction using the Hess's Law of Summation
    3) Know how to calculate the delta H for a chemical reaction using the table from the back of book
    4) Know how to calculate the delta S for a chemical reaction using the table from the back of book
    5) Know how to use the formula: delta G = delta H - T*deltaS
    6) Know the units for the rate of a first order reaction
    7) Know how to determine the rate law expression using the formula: Rate = K[Reactants]X where X is the order of the reaction.
    8) Know all the factors which affect the rate of a chemical reaction
    9) Know how to find the order of a reactant from a given set of experiments
    10) Know how to calculate the half-life of the first order reaction
    11) Know how to write the correct rate law expression given the reaction mechanism of the reactions
    12) Know how to use Arrhaneous equation to calculate the activation energy of a reaction
    13) Know the factors which affect the chemical equilibrium
    14) Know the relationship between Kp and Kc in a chemical equilibrium
    15) Know how to calculte the Kc value given the Kp value
    16) Know how to calculate the Kc value given the equilibrium concentrtions of reactants and product
    17) Know how to calculate the equilibrium concentrtion of the reactant given the value of Kc and the equilibrium concentrtion of the products
    18) Know how to use the formula: Kw = [H+][OH-], = 1.00 x 10-14.
    19) Know how to calculate the value of [OH], given the value of [H] concentrtion
    20) Know how to calculate the pH of a strong acid given the concentration of the acid
    21) Know how to calculate the [H], given the Ka value for a weak acid
    22) Know how to calculate the [OH], given the pH of a weak base
    23) Know how to calculate the equilibrium concentration of all species of a diprotonoic acid given the Ka1 and Ka2 value
    24) Know how to use the Henderson-Hasselback Equation to calculate the pH of a buffer solution
    25) Know how to calculate the Ksp given the molar solubility of an ionic compound.
    26) Know how to calculate the molar solubility given the Ksp for a compound.
    27) Know whether precipitation will take place or not comparing the value of Q to the value of Ksp
    28) Know how to write the electrolysis reaction of an ionic compound
    29) Know how to use Faraday's Law to calculate the mass and moles of the metal undergoing electrolysis
    30) Know how to use the table to calculate the E0 value.
    31) Know how to use the formula: delta G = -nFE0
    32) Know how to use the formula: nFE0 = RTlnKc
    33) Know how to use the Nerst's Equation to find the reduction potential for a non-standard solution


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