You mix together the following solutions in a coffee-cup calorimeter: - 100.0 mL of 0.200 M CsOH - 50.0 mL of 0.400 M HCl Both solutions start out at 22.50°C, and the final temperature after reaction is 24.28°C. The densities of the solutions are all 1.00 g/mL, and the specific heat of the mixture is 4.2 J/g°C. Calculat
1. Citric acid is a triprotic acid (represented by H3Cit). A student mixes together the following solutions in a styrofoam coffee cup: - 5.00 mL of 0.64 M citric acid - 45.00 mL of 0.77 M NaOH The two solutions start at a temperature of 26.0°C, and reach a final temperature of 27.9°C. The final, combined mixture has a mas
You are given 10.0 grams of a mixture of NaNO3 and KF. You dissolve this mixture in 100.0 grams of water, and the temperature rises by 1.02°C. Calculate the mass of each salt in the original mixture. Assume that the specific heat of the solution is 4.18 J/g°C. Useful information: Enthalpy of solution of NaNO3: +20.5 kJ/mol
I need some help with this problem, see attached file for full problem description with proper symbols: 2. a) Use only the following data to determine delta H°f for NO2 (g): - delta H°f for NO (g) is +90.4 kJ/mol - delta H = -56.6 kJ/mol for the reaction: NO (g) + 1/2 O2 (g) ---> NO2 (g) b) Find delta H for the reaction: 4
1. I need help with the standard deviation/percentage error in the attached lab experiment. 2. Also need help graphing for the ethyl acelate and unknown solvent -- plotting negative delta T versus the total volume of solute that was added (2 graphs) and calculation of the slopes 3. I am not certain but I believe this ques
Calculate deltaS standard for the sublimation of CO2. The enthalpy of sublimation is delta H^0=25.23 kJ/mol at 195K. delta S^0= 1 ATM
1. In a free radical reaction, the following step would be categorized as CH3. + Br . ----------> CH3Br a. Initiation b. Propagation c. Substitution d. Termination 2. The heat of reaction (enthalpy change, delta H) for the following reaction is I2 + CH4 -----------> CH3I + HI a. 13 kcal/mol b. 140 kca
FOR THE REACTION CO + NO2 ------>CO2 + NO The activation energy for the forward reaction is 135 kj/mol of CO reacted. A) Determine the heat of reaction. B) From the data given and the enthalpy of reaction, determine the activation energy for the reverse reaction. C) Draw and label a potentia
Please take a look at the attached lab report on vapor density. Please see the ** items regarding percentage error and calculation of R. I can't figure out how to do the percentage error of my trials and the calculations for the R values are confusing. Thanks for your help. --- Vapor Density and the Ideal Gas Law Lab Con
Calculate the entropy change for heating H2O(s) at -10 degrees C to H2O(l) at 10 degrees C.
How much energy is required to heat a #10 iron nail with a mass of 7.0 g from 25.0 degrees celsius until it becomes red hot at 75? Please use degrees celsius. (specific heat of iron is .444 j/g degrees celsius)
Explain what happens in the fractional distillation of petroleum?
Which one is not a state function? 1. change in enthalpy 2. Work done by a system 3. (q + w) 4. Change in s (entropy) I know it is either #2 or #3, I think it is #2 but I am confused.
What is the entropy change for 4Al + 3O2 --->2Al2O3. Choices -728, 102, -626, 728.
If 10 grams of the sugar C12H22O11 burned in a calorimeter and produced a 5.5 C temperature change in 1500 grams of water, what would be the heat of combustion of 1 mole of sugar. Choices:34.5kj/m, -34.5, 1150, -1150.
Change in (delta) H degrees = 2816kJ 6CO2(g) + 6H2O (l) <->C6H12O6(s) + 6O2 (g) How is the equilibrium yield of C6H12O6 affected by: a. Increasing P CO2 (explain) b. Increasing temperature (explain) c. Removing CO2 (explain) d. Decreasing the total pressure (explain) e. Removing part of the C6H12O6 (explain) f. Addin
A quantity of ice at 0.0 degrees Celsius was added to 27.8g of water at 21.0 degrees Celsius to give water at 0.0 degrees Celsius. How much ice was added? The heat of fusion of water is 6.01 kJ/mol and the specific heat is 4.18 J/(g*C).
1. a. Calculate the [H+] of a weak acid solution with [OH-] = 3.50x10^-8M b. Calculate the pH of the solution c. Calculate the [H+] of a Classic Coke if the pH=3.75 2. Write the balanced equations: (Neutralizations) in ionic form and show net ionic equation. a. H2SO4(aq) + NaHCO3(aq)--> b. H3PO4(aq)+Mg(OH)2--> 3. Cal
In a heating curve of a solid substance: Which phase (curve) would represent the heat of vaporization? Which phase (curve) would represent kinetic energy? Which phase (curve) would represent the melting point? Which phase (curve) would represent the phase change (s)? Which phase (curve) would represent the greatest increase
In a heating curve of a solid substance: Which phase (curve) would represent the heat of vaporization? Which phase (curve) would represent kinetic energy? Which phase (curve) would represent the melting point? Which phase (curve) would represent the phase change (s)? Which phase (curve) would represent the greatest increa
1) Calculate w and Delta E for the expansion of 20.0g of nitrogen gas from a volume of 30.0 L to a volume of 40.0 L at a constant 300.0K. 2) The density of ice at its normal freezing temperature is 0.917g/mL while that of liquid water at the same temperature is 0.9998 g/mL . If Delta H(fusion) of ice is 6.009 kJ/mol, what is
1. Which will be a better cold compress, water or ethanol? Explain (specific heats for water and ethanol are 1.00 cal/g. degrees Celsius. and .59 cal/g. degrees Celsius respectively? 2.Why is that steam burns are more severe than burns from water?
I have the data but I am having a hard time determining the end result. How much heat energy is required to raise the temp. of 5.0g of H20 from -10C to 110C ? (ice to steam) Given the following data: Specific Heat J/gK Molar Heat Capacity J/molK Formula Mass Water (l) 4.184
How much heat energy is required to raise the temperature of 5.0g of H20 from -10 degrees celsius to 110 degrees celsius ?
I am in summer school and I missed both of these on my test and my final is cumulative and there will be questions like these on the final. 1. Sketch a diagram representing an exothermic reaction. Label both the horizontal and vertical axes. Show reactants and products, energy of activation and (delta Hrxn) on your sketch.
Chloroform has a Hvap = 29.2 kJ/mol and has a Svap=87.5 J/(mol 61504;K). What is the boiling point of chloroform in Celsius?
Hi, Please explain this as ELEMENTARY as possible. Bromine is one of the only two elements that is liquid at room temp. Bromine has a heat vap of Hvap = 30.91kJ/mol and its boiling point is 59EC. What is the entropy of vaporization for bromine?
A chemist ran the reaction CH3CH2Cl(l) + KOH(aq) ^ CH3CH2OH(l) +KCL(aq) by heating 47.2 grams of CH3CH2Cl with excess KOH and obtained a yield of 28.7 grams of CH3CH2OH. What was his % yield? I do not know where to begin with this problem. It only gives grams of one reactant? What is the actual yield? Detailed step by step in
How will each of the following changes in condition alter the rate of an enzyme-catalyzed reaction: -decreasing temp to 10 deg C? -increasing the pH of the solution from 7 to 11? -heating only the enzyme to 100 deg C?
I have an unknown salt mixture, which was heated and the mass of the precipitate was calculated. The limiting reactant was determined, and based on this data I should be able to determine the salt mixture composition, but I have no idea where to even begin.