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CalculationsQuestion for 25 PointsFor the reaction of hydrogen gas withiodine gas to make hydrogen iodide gas,H2 + I2  2H...
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OrganicQuestion for 20 PointsShow AnswerTo which group of biochemicals dosteroids belong?
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OrganicQuestion for 25 PointsShow AnswerFor the reactionCH3COOH  CH3COO + H+, what is theconjugate base?
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  7. 7. 1520255 10ChemicalReactionsCalculationsOrganicA&BElectrochem555510101010151515152020202525252520Team OneTeam OneTeam TwoTeam TwoTeam ThreeTeam ThreeTeam FourTeam FourTeam FiveTeam FiveTeam SixTeam Six0 000
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  12. 12. Show AnswerHow many moles of a gas sample arein a 20.0 L container at 373 K and 203kPa? The gas constant is 8.31 L-kPa/mol-K.
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  22. 22. Show AnswerIn the process92235U + 01n  52137Te + 4097Zr + 201n,what can the two neutrons at the end do?
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  28. 28. CalculationsQuestion for 5 PointsYou dissolve 0.74 g ofpotassium chloride (KCl) in500 mL of water. What is themolarity of the solution? Usea periodic table. Show Answer
  29. 29. CalculationsAnswer for 5 Points0.02 MBack to Board
  30. 30. CalculationsQuestion for 10 PointsShow AnswerHow much heat doyou need to raisethe temperature of300 g of ethanolfrom 0°C to 20°C?
  31. 31. CalculationsAnswer for 10 Points14.6 kJBack to Board
  32. 32. CalculationsQuestion for 15 PointsShow AnswerIf you have 10 grams of a substance thatdecays with a half-life of 14 days, then howmuch will you have after 42 days?
  33. 33. CalculationsAnswer for 15 Points1.25gBack to Board
  34. 34. CalculationsQuestion for 20 PointsFor the transmutationX + 24He  612C + 01n, whichof the following is X?Show Answer
  35. 35. CalculationsAnswer for 20 PointsBack to Board
  36. 36. CalculationsQuestion for 25 PointsFor the reaction of hydrogen gas withiodine gas to make hydrogen iodide gas,H2 + I2  2HI, you have the followingconcentrations at equilibrium: [H2] =4.5647 × 103M, [I2] = 7.378 × 104M, and[HI] = 1.3544 × 102M. What is theequilibrium constant?Show Answer
  37. 37. CalculationsAnswer for 25 Points54.47Back to Board
  38. 38. OrganicQuestion for 5 PointsWhat bonds does the compoundpictured below have?Show Answer
  39. 39. OrganicAnswer for 5 PointsC-C and C-HBack to Board
  40. 40. OrganicQuestion for 10 PointsWhich of the followingfunctional groups defines acarboxylic acid?Show Answer
  41. 41. OrganicAnswer for 10 Points-COOHBack to Board
  42. 42. OrganicQuestion for 15 PointsWhich type of bond linksamino acids together?Show Answer
  43. 43. OrganicAnswer for 15 Pointspeptide bondBack to Board
  44. 44. OrganicQuestion for 20 PointsShow AnswerTo which group of biochemicals dosteroids belong?
  45. 45. OrganicAnswer for 20 PointslipidsBack to Board
  46. 46. OrganicQuestion for 25 PointsShow AnswerFor the reactionCH3COOH  CH3COO + H+, what is theconjugate base?
  47. 47. OrganicAnswer for 25 PointsCH3COO- is a conjugate baseBack to Board
  48. 48. Acids & Bases,ElectrochemistryQuestion for 5 PointsShow AnswerOf the metals Pb, Mg, Au,and Na, which will notspontaneously donateelectrons to copper insolution?
  49. 49. Acids & Bases,ElectrochemistryAnswer for 5 Points0Back to Board
  50. 50. Acids & Bases,ElectrochemistryQuestion for 10 PointsWhich of the following is aweak base?Potassium hydroxideAmmoniaVinegar Show Answer
  51. 51. Acids & Bases,ElectrochemistryAnswer for 10 PointsammoniaBack to Board
  52. 52. Acids & Bases,ElectrochemistryQuestion for 15 PointsShow Answer
  53. 53. Oxidation NumbersAnswer for 15 Pointssolid ZnBack to Board
  54. 54. Oxidation NumbersQuestion for 20 PointsA solution has a hydrogenion (or hydronium ion)concentration of 3.16 ×108M. What is the pH of thesolution? Show Answer
  55. 55. Acids & Bases,ElectrochemistryAnswer for 20 Points7.5Back to Board
  56. 56. Acids & Bases,ElectrochemistryQuestion for 25 PointsWhich of the following reactions occurs atthe cathode in a voltaic cell?Show Answer
  57. 57. Acids & Bases,ElectrochemistryAnswer for 25 PointsCBack to Board
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  59. 59. “Big Points”QuestionA correctly writtenthermochemical reaction needswhat 4 things?Show Answer302928272625242322212019181716151413121110987654321
  60. 60. Big PointsAnswer for Big Points1) Reactants & products2) Phase symbols (s,l,g)3) Balanced equations4) EnthalpyBack to Board
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