General Chemistry I
1. A compound containing only nitrogen and oxygen is 63.65% nitrogen by mass, and the remainder of the mass is due to oxygen. What is the empirical formula of this compound?
2. Oxygen reacts with nitrogen monoxide to form nitrogen dioxide. The chemical equation for the reaction is
|a) N2O||b) NO||c) NO2||d) NO3||e) N2O5
2NO(g) + O2(g) ----------> 2NO2(g)
If 18.784 g NO and 13.215 g O2 are present in a closed tank and they react as described by the equation above, what is the limiting reactant (also called limiting reagent) and what mass of nitrogen dioxide will be formed?
a) NO is the limiting reagent and 11.185 g NO2 will be formed.
b) NO is the limiting reagent and 15.973 g NO2 will be formed.
c) NO is the limiting reagent and 28.800 g NO2 will be formed.
d) O2 is the limiting reagent and 15.973 g NO2 will be formed.
e) O2 is the limiting reagent and 28.800 g NO2 will be formed.
3. A sample of a gas is confined in a cylinder under a pressure of 3.182 atm at a temperature of 15.11 C. Initially, the volume of the gas is 9.162 L. If the pressure on the gas is increased to 6.741 atm and the temperature does not change, what will the new volume of the gas be?
4 What pressure would be exerted by 7.144 g SO2 gas when it is confined to a 2.15 L container at 31.22 C?
|a) 2.181 L||b) 4.325 L ||c) 6.199 L
|d) 7.244 L||e) 8.917 L
5. What is the density of O2 gas when the pressure is 5.187 atm and the temperature is 13.73 C?
|a) 5.21 atm||b) 3.87 atm||c) 2.45 atm
|d) 1.30 atm||e) 0.55 atm
6. Balance the equation
|a) 1.117 g / L||b) 3.500 g / L||c) 4.992 g / L
|d) 6.105 g / L||e) 7.051 g / L
C3H8 + O2 ----------> CO2 + H2O
If your set of coefficients happens to have a common factor other than
one, divide all coefficients by the greatest common factor to get the
chemical equation in lowest terms. When the equation is balanced
using integers in lowest terms, the coefficient of O2 is
7. The reaction
CaCl2(aq) + Na2CO3(aq) ----------> CaCO3(s) + 2NaCl(aq)
is an example of what kind of reaction?
8. Which of the following compounds is insoluble in water?
|a) metathesis||b) displacement||c) decomposition||
|d) combination||e) combustion
9. A precipitate will be formed when an aqueous solution of ammonium chloride is added to an aqueous solution of
|a) Pb(NO3)2||b) Ba(C2H3O2)2||c) CaCl2
|d) AgCl||e) NaBr
10. When solutions of calcium chloride and potassium sulfate are mixed, the spectator ions in the resulting reaction are
|a) sodium phosphate||b) silver(I) nitrate
|c) potassium carbonate||d) calcium nitrate
|e) sodium acetate
To see a copy of this exam with the answers marked in bold type
|a) Only K+||b) Only SO42-
|c) Ca2+ and SO42-||d) K+ and Cl-
|e) K+ , Ca2+ , Cl- , and SO42-
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