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### Chapter 10 Test Review

1. 1. Chapter 10 Test Review<br />
2. 2. Chapter 10 Test Review<br />Bring a calculator and writing utensil to class. <br />You must be able to operate the calculator that you bring for the test.<br />A periodic table will be provided.<br />
3. 3. Chapter 10 Test Review<br />Many of the types of questions will be similar to the examples given in-class, in notes and handouts, and on homework assignments.<br />The chapter 10 test will have all types of questions:<br />multiple choice<br />fill in the blank<br />definition of terms<br />short answer<br />calculations (temperature conversions; q = mCp∆T; ∆H)<br />
4. 4. Chapter 10 Test Review<br />Terms that you should be able to define include: energy, kinetic energy, potential energy, law of conservation of energy, exothermic process, endothermic process, temperature, heat, convection, conduction, and radiation.<br />
5. 5. Chapter 10 Test Review<br />You must be able to convert temperatures from one scale to another.<br />The following mathematical formulas will be given:<br />K = ˚C + 273<br />˚F = 9/5˚C + 32<br />˚C = 5/9(˚F – 32)<br />You must be able to use algebra to manipulate any of the above equations to solve for unknown temperatures.<br />
6. 6. Chapter 10 Test Review<br />The first set of calculations include heat transfer events and the equation q = m Cp ∆T. This equation will be given. You must know what each variable represents and what units quantities must be in when substituting into this equation.<br />You must know ∆T = Tf – Ti.<br />A table of specific heat values / Cp will be provided.<br />You must be able to calculate unknown amounts of heat energy gained / lost in units of joules or kilojoules, values of specific heat, temperature change, or mass.<br />You must know that 1 kJ = 1000 J.<br />
7. 7. Chapter 10 Test Review<br />The second set of calculations include calculations that relate to heats of reaction and enthalpy - ∆H.<br />You must be able to identify if a reaction is endothermic / exothermic from given values of ∆H.<br />You must be able to calculate the amount of heat energy, in kilojoules, absorbed / released in a chemical change starting from moles of reactant/product and grams of reactant/product.<br />You must know 1 kJ = 1000 J.<br />