- 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]

- 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

- 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 Ka

- 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 E

- 31) Know how to use the formula: delta G = -nFE

- 32) Know how to use the formula: nFE

- 33) Know how to use the Nerst's Equation to find the reduction potential for a non-standard solution

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