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Title: Practice Test 2
Started: October 27, 2009 11:42 AM
Submitted: October 27, 2009 11:42 AM
Time spent: 00:00:07
Total score: 0/20 = 0% Total score adjusted by 0.0 Maximum possible score: 20

1.
Consider the gas-phase reaction, Cl2(g) + Br2(g) <=> 2 BrCl(g), for which Kp = 32 at 500 K.
If the mixture is analyzed and found to contain 0.37 bar of Cl2, 0.47 bar of Br2 and 2.4 bar
of BrCl, describe the situation:

Student Correct
Value Feedback
Response Answer
1. Q < K and 0%
more
reactants
will be
made to
reach
equilibrium.
2. Q < K and 0%
more
products
will be
made to
reach
equilibrium.
3. Q > K and 100%
more
reactants
will be
made to
reach
equilibrium.
4. Q > K and 0%
more
products
will be
made to
reach
equilibrium.
5. Within 1 0%
decimal
place, Q =
K and the
reaction is
at
equilibrium

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Score: 0/1

2.
Consider the gas-phase reaction, N2(g) + 3 H2(g) <=> 2 NH3 (g), for which Kp = 43 at 400
K. If the mixture is analyzed and found to contain 1.8 bar of N2, 0.6 bar of H2 and 4.2 bar of
NH3, describe the situation:

Student Correct
Value Feedback
Response Answer
1. Q < K and 0%
more
reactants
will be
made to
reach
equilibrium.
2. Q < K and 0%
more
products
will be
made to
reach
equilibrium.
3. Q > K and 100%
more
reactants
will be
made to
reach
equilibrium.
4. Q > K and 0%
more
products
will be
made to
reach
equilibrium.
5. Within 1 0%
decimal
place, Q =
K and the
reaction is
at
equilibrium

Score: 0/1

3.

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At a certain temperature, Kp for the reaction,


N2(g) + 3 H2(g) <=> 2 NH3 (g) is 0.00212.
Calculate the value of Kp for the reaction,
NH3 (g) <=> 1/2 N2(g) + 3/2 H2(g).

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% 22

Score: 0/1

4.
Calculate Kc for the following reaction,
H2(g) + I2(g) <=> 2 HI(g);
Kp = 39.50 at 25.0 o C

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% 39.5

Score: 0/1

5.
At a particular temperature, an equilibrium mixture the reaction below was found to contain
0.509 atm of I2, 0.467 atm of Cl2 and 5.13 atm of ICl. Calculate the value of the equilibrium
constant, Kp at this temperature.
I2(g) + Cl2(g) <=> 2 ICl(g)

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% 110.71

Score: 0/1

6.
Ammonia can be oxidized in oxygen as shown:
4 NH3(g) + 3 O2(g) <=> 2 N2(g) + 6 H2O(g).
When 0.762 mol of NH3 and 0.552 mol of O2 are placed in a 1.00 L container at a certain
temperature, the equilibrium [N2] is 0.184. Calculate the value of Kc for the reaction.
Give your answer to 3 significant figures.

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% 1.89E0 (1.89 × 100)

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7.
In the reaction below, 8.77 atm each of H2 and I2 were placed into a 1.00 L flask and
allowed to react:
H2(g) + I2(g) <=> 2 HI(g)
Given that Kp = 68.4, calculate the equilibrium pressure of I2.

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% 1.71

Score: 0/1

8.
Consider the reaction H2(g) + Cl2(g) <=> 2 HCl(g), which is exothermic as written. What
would be the effect on the equilibrium position of adding HCl(g)?

Student
Value Correct Answer Feedback
Response
1. Reaction 0%
would go
to the
right,
making
more
"products"
2. Reaction 100%
would go
to the left,
making
more
"reactants"
3. Reaction 0%
would go
to the left,
making
more
"products"
4. Reaction 0%
would go
to the
right,
making
more
"reactants"

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5. No change 0%
on the
equilibrium
position

Score: 0/1

9.
Consider the reaction N2(g) + 3 H2(g) <=> 2 NH3(g), which is exothermic as written. What
would be the effect on the equilibrium position of removing H2(g)?

Student
Value Correct Answer Feedback
Response
1. Reaction 0%
would go
to the
right,
making
more
"products"
2. Reaction 100%
would go
to the left,
making
more
"reactants"
3. Reaction 0%
would go
to the left,
making
more
"products"
4. Reaction 0%
would go
to the
right,
making
more
"reactants"
5. No change 0%
on the
equilibrium
position

Score: 0/1

10.

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What is the pH of a 0.02874 M solution of HCl?

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% 1.54

Score: 0/1

11.

Give the conjugate acid of H2PO4-. Write it ignoring super and subscripts (so, HPO42- would
be HPO42-)

Student Response Value Correct Answer


1. not answered 0% Equals H3PO4 (100%)

Score: 0/1

12.
Is an aqueous solution of NaCl acidic, basic or neutral (use A, B or N)?

Student Response Value Correct Answer


1. not answered 0% Equals N (100%)

Score: 0/1

13.
Is an aqueous solution of CH3NH3I acidic, basic or neutral (use A, B or N)?

Student Response Value Correct Answer


1. not answered 0% Equals A (100%)

Score: 0/1

14.

A weak base, B, has a Kb value of 8.88 x 10-5. What is the pKa of HB+?

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% 9.95

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15.
What is the pH of 0.805 M potassium formate, HCOOK?
The Ka of formic acid, HCOOH is 1.8 x 10-4.

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% 8.83

Score: 0/1

16.

The weak acid, HQ has a pKa of 4.37. Calculate the [OH-] in a 0.140 M solution of HQ. Use E
notation and 3 significant figures.

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% 4.09E-12 (4.09 × 10-12)

Score: 0/1

17.

Calculate the pH of 0.647 M ethanolamine, Kb = 3.2 x 10-5?

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% 11.66

Score: 0/1

18.
Select the weaker acid from each of the following pairs:
I. HBr or H2Se
II. HClO3 or H2SO3
III. H2SO3 or H2SO4

Student
Value Correct Answer Feedback
Response
1. I. HBr, 0%
II. HClO3
III.
H2SO4

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2. I. HBr, 0%
II. H2SO3
III.
H2SO4
3. I. H2Se, 0%
II. HClO3
III.
H2SO3
4. I. H2Se, 100%
II. H2SO3
III.
H2SO3
5. I. HBr, 0%
II. H2SO3
III.
H2SO3

Score: 0/1

19.
A first order reaction has an activation energy of 54.5 kJ/mol and a frequency factor
(Arrhenius constant) of 6.49 x 1013 sec -1. Calculate the rate constant at 20 o C.

Student Response Value Correct Answer


Answer not answered 0% 12,471

Score: 0/1

20.
The proposed mechanism for the reaction below is a one-step mechanism.

NO + O3 => NO2 + O2

Which of the following would be a rate law for the reaction?

Student
Value Correct Answer Feedback
Response
1. rate = 100%
k[NO][O3]
2. rate = 0%
k[O3]
3. rate = 0%
k[NO]
4. rate = 0%
k[O][NO3]

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5. rate = 0%
k[NO2][O2]

Score: 0/1

Done

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