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    Question 2
    An imaginary element X consists of two isotopes having masses of 110.00 amu and 112.00 amu. ("amu" is an atomic mass unit.) A sample of X was found to consist of 79.94% 110X and the rest is 112X. What would be the average atomic mass of X in this sample?
    Give your answer to four significant figures. Do not enter any units in the box below.

    Question 6
    A compound is composed of 52.2% carbon, 34.8% oxygen and 13.0% hydrogen, by mass. What is the empirical formula of the compound?

    a. ) CHO

    b. ) C2H6O1

    c. ) C12H22O11

    d. ) C6H11O7

    e. ) CH2O3

    Question 7
    Identify the type of reaction expected, if any, for each of the following pairs of reactants..
    Assume there is enough energy input to get the reaction going, if it is favourable at room temperature (i.e. consider thermodynamics, not kinetics). If the reverse reaction is preferred, assume no reaction.

    Preview columns:
    â?¢ NaHSO4(aq) + CH3NH2(aq)
    â?¢ K3PO4(aq) + NiCl2(aq)
    â?¢ Pb(NO3)2(aq) + Zn(ClO4)2(aq)
    â?¢ P4(s) + O2(g)
    â?¢ Mn(s) + NiCl2(aq) â?¢ precipitation
    â?¢ acid base
    â?¢ no reaction
    â?¢ oxidation reduction

    Question 13
    Select the net ionic equation for the reaction which occurs when aqueous solutions of mercurous acetate and sodium iodide are mixed :

    a. Hg2(CH3COO)2 (aq) + 2 NaI (aq) --> 2 HgI (s) + 2 CH3COONa (aq)

    b. Hg22+ (aq) + 2 I- (aq) --> Hg2I2 (s)

    c. 2 Na+ (aq) + 2 CH3COO- (aq) --> 2 CH3COONa (aq)

    d. Na+ (aq) + CH3COO- (aq) --> CH3COONa (aq)

    e. Hg+ (aq) + I- (aq) --> HgI (s)

    Question 18
    Calculate the volume (in mL) of 0.567 M HCl(aq) required to react with 46.6 mL of 0.383 M Na2CO3(aq).
    Be careful to enter the correct number of significant figures. Do not enter any volume units!


    Question 21
    From the following species (molecules and/or ions) choose the one that has the largest (most positive) oxidation number for the underlined atom.

    a. C2H6

    b. H2SO4

    c. NO2

    d. HIO3

    e. XeF4

    Question 29
    What is the oxidizing agent in the following spontaneous reaction?
    OCl-(aq) + I2(s) + 2 OH-(aq) --->Cl-(aq) + 2 OI-(aq) + H2O(l)

    a. ) I2

    b. ) OCl-

    c. ) OI-

    d. ) OH-

    e. ) Cl-

    Question 30
    Which two of the statements are FALSE regarding the balanced equation, corresponding to the following unbalanced reaction?
    Co2(SO4)3(aq) + Pb(s) --> CoSO4(aq) + PbSO4(s)

    a. ) Cobalt decreases its oxidation number from +3 to +2 in this reaction.

    b. ) Co3+(aq) is the oxidizing agent in this reaction.

    c. ) Co2+(aq) is a stronger reducing agent than Pb(s).

    d. ) One mole of Co2(SO4)3(aq) consumes one mole of Pb(s).

    e. ) Co3+(aq) is a weaker oxidizing agent than PbSO4(s).

    Question 10
    When copper is heated with an excess of sulfur, Cu2S is formed. How many grams of Cu2S could be produced if 250. g of copper is heated with 100. g of sulfur?

    a. 626. g

    b. 125. g

    c. 156.5 g

    d. 313. g

    e. 532. g

    Question 11
    In the direct reaction of silicon with Cl2 the yield of SiCl4 is 40 percent. How many grams of SiCl4 are obtained in the reaction of 2.8 g of silicon with excess chlorine?

    a. 170 g

    b. 17 g

    c. 34 g

    d. 6.8 g

    e. 3.4 g

    Question 12
    Solid glucose, C6H1206(s) is burned in excess oxygen in a closed container. After the reaction, the total gas volume is 10.0 L at a temperature of 298K. What is the partial pressure, in atmospheres, of the CO2(g) produced by the complete combustion of 5.1 grams of glucose?
    Be sure to enter the correct number of significant figures, but do not enter the units (atm)

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    Solution Summary

    This solution is provided in an attached .doc file. It answers the various chemistry review questions through explanation as well as equations.