Ch. 10 gas         test                 [60 points]                                           AP Chem

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1.  A syringe has a volume of 23.0 mL and open to the atmosphere, where it’s pressure is 755 torr and temperature is 21.0 °C.  The syringe was sealed, then transferred to a refrigerator at 4.0 °C.  What is the pressure in the syringe in the refrigerator ?  [10 points]

2.  Heating a sample of potassium chlorate, KClO3, generates potassium chloride and oxygen gas.  The gas was collected over water (see below figure – it’s figure 10.13 in your textbook).  Based on the following hypothetical experimental data:  [similar to sample example 10.11 in your textbook; 20 points]

Volume of gas = 250.0 mL

Room temperature = 26.0 °C

Atmospheric pressure = 755 mm Hg

Height of water in the beaker = 25 cm water [assume: 10.3 meters of water = 1.0 atm]

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a.  what is the pressure of the gas in the container ?

b.  what is the partial pressure of oxygen in the container ?

c.  what is the number of moles of oxygen in the container ?

d.  what is the number of grams of KClO3 that was heated ?

3.  An alkane effuses about 5.385 times slower than hydrogen gas.  The complete combustion of 1.0 g alkane produces 1.552 g of water and 3.793 g of carbon dioxide.  What is the chemical name of the alkane ?  [20 points]

4.  old topics  [10 points]

a.  write the balanced net ionic equation to describe the addition of solid aluminum into a concentrated solution of ammonia.

b.  define the terms, Lewis acid & coordinate number

c.  identify the Lewis base in the reaction