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 Study Guide:  Chemistry I Final Exam


Chemistry I-2 final exam review sheet

Chapters 6 and 8: Chemical Reactions
· Identify the type of reaction: Addition, Decomposition, Single Replacement, Double Replacement, or Combustion
· Predict the right side of an equation when given the left side
· Balance Equations

Chapters 9 and 10: Chemical Composition and Stoichiometry
· Avogadro's Number
· Moles
· Molecular Weight
· Convert moles to grams
· Convert grams to moles
· Convert atoms/molecules to moles
· Convert moles to atoms/molecules
· Find the percent composition of a compound
· Find a mole ratio
· Convert moles/grams of a substance to moles/grams of a different substance (stoichiometry)
· Find the limiting reactant
· Calculate percent yield and percent error

Chapter 13: Gas Laws
· Know units of pressure: mm Hg, in Hg, atm, torr
· Know units of volume: mL, L
· Convert Celcius to Kelvin
· Solve combined gas law problems
· Solve ideal gas law problems
· Solve Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures problems
· Use molar volume of a gas (22.4 L = 1 mole at STP) to do stoichiometry
· Convert to and from STP

Chapter 15: Solutions
· Define: soluble, solute, solvent, solution, electrolyte, nonelectrolyte, saturated, unsaturated, supersaturated
· Calculate Molarity.
· Calculate molality.
· Calculate % by mass
· Calculate changes in freezing point and boiling point

Chapter 17: Acids and Bases
· Know properties of acids and bases
· Know definitions of acids and bases according to Arrhenius, Bronsted-Lowry, and Lewis.
· Review naming of acids, both binary and ternary.
· Calculate pH, pOH, H+ concentration, and OH- concentration given any one.
· Calculate the solute and solvent necessary for a dilution
· Calculate the volume necessary to neutralize an acid/base

Chapter 16: Chemical Equilibrium
· Find the reaction quotient, Q, (equilibrium expression) for a reaction equation
· Using LeChatlier's principle, determine the direction of shift in an equilibrium when conditions are changed (concentration, pressure, phase change)
· Find the solubility product constant for a slightly soluble solid (Ksp)
· Calculate the solubility product value (Ksp)

Chapter 18: Electrochemistry
· Identify oxidation and reduction half reactions
· Calculate the cell potential, E, for a reaction using a provided standard reduction table

This will be a 65 question scantron, multiple choice exam.

Symbols, constants, and periodic table will be included.

You may use your calculator!

You may use one 3" x 5" note card, front and back. Multiple layers on the front or back are not allowed.

Click here for a sample set of review problems


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