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Title: Chapter 13
Started: September 20, 2009 10:58 PM
Submitted: September 20, 2009 11:22 PM
Time spent: 00:24:15
Total score: 9/12 = 75% Total score adjusted by 0.0 Maximum possible score: 12

1. IMF in solution 42
What is the strongest form of intermolecular force between solute and solvent in a solution
of CH4(g) in C6H14(l)?

Student Correct
Value Feedback
1. ion-dipole 0%
2. dipole- 0%
dipole
3. hydrogen 0%
bonding
4. dipole- 0%
induced
dipole
5. dispersion 100%

Score: 1/1

2. Relative Solubility 43
Which of the following is less soluble in hexane, ethanol or CH3Br(l). Don't try to type the
subscripts, just use letters and numbers.

1. ethanol 100% Equals ethanol (100%)

Score: 1/1

3. Solution Energetics 2
An ionic compound has a very negative heat of solution in water. Would you expect it to be
very soluble, slightly soluble or nearly insoluble in water?

Equals very soluble (100%)
1. very soluble 100%
Contains very (0%)

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4. Henry's Law Calculation 1

The partial pressure of CO2 gas about the liquid in a carbonated drink is 4.0. Assuming that
the Henry's law constant for CO2 in the drink is that same as that in water, 3.7 x 10-2 mol/L
atm, calculate the solubility of carbon dioxide in this drink.

Score: 1/1

5. Chapter 8 Molality 8
Determine the molality of a solution prepared by dissolving 4.93 g of heptane in 95.1 g of
benzene.

Score: 1/1

6. Chapter 8 MF to molal 6
Determine the molality of a solution of ethanol dissolved in water for which the mole fraction
of ethanol is 0.12.

Score: 0/1

7. Ionic Dissociation Calculation 7

How many moles of solute particles are present in 1.32 mL of 0.522 M Na2SO4? Use
scientific notation with 3 significant figures!!!!

Answer 3.07E-3 0% 2.07E-3 (2.07 × 10-3)

Score: 0/1

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8. General Properties Comparison 2

Consider the solutions, 0.06 m urea [(NH2)2C=O)], 0.03 m AgNO3 and 0.02 m CaCl2. Which
has (i) the lowest osmotic pressure, (ii) the highest vapor pressure, (iii) the highest boiling
point?

Student Correct
Value Feedback
1. (a) 0.06 0%
m urea
(b) 0.03
m AgNO3
(c) 0.02
m CaCl2
2. (a) 0.06 0%
m urea
(b) 0.06
m urea
(c) 0.02
m CaCl2
3. (a) 0.06 0%
m urea
(b) 0.02
m CaCl2
(c) 0.02
m CaCl2
4. (a) 0.02 0%
m CaCl2
(b) 0.06
m urea
(c) 0.06
m urea
5. all will 100%
be the
same

Score: 0/1

9. Chapter 8 BP 4
Calculate the boiling point (in degrees C) of a solution made by dissolving 2.09 g of fructose
(C6H12O6) in 53.4 g of water. The Kbp of the solvent is 0.512 K/m and the normal boiling
point is 373 K.

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10. Chapter 8 BP 11
Calculate the boiling point (in degrees C) of a solution made by dissolving 8.39 g of
anthracene{C14H10} in 18.7 g of benzene. The Kbp of the solvent is 2.53 K/m and the
normal boiling point is 80.1 degrees C.

Score: 1/1

11. Chapter 8 MM bp 2
When 8.7 g of an unknown non-electrolyte is dissolved in 50.0 g of benzene, the boiling
point increased by 3.558 degrees C. If the Kbp of the solvent is 2.53 K/m, calculate the
molar mass of the unknown solute.

Score: 1/1

12. Chapter 8 VP MM 1
When 6.1 g of an unknown, non-volatile, non-electrolyte, X was dissolved in 100. g of
benzene, the vapor pressure of the solvent decreased from 100 torr to 93.4 torr at 299 K.
Calculate the molar mass of the solute, X.