ch. 6, 16, & 8.8  thermodynamics       test                              65 points                      AP chemistry

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1. Based on the following (hypothetical) experimental data, determine the ___.  [20 points]

 # g of ice = 10 # mL of water = 50 Initial temperature (ºC) = 21 Final temperature (ºC) = 7

a. Heat of fusion of water (in kJ / mol)

b. Calorimeter’s heat capacity.  Hint: use the theoretical value of the heat of fusion of water

2. What is the heat in the reaction:   8.0 g C2H4   +   10.0 g Cl2  -->  C2H3Cl3  +  HCl ?   [15 points]

3. Based on thermodynamic principles, estimate the boiling point of butane.  [10 points]

4. What is the relative magnitude of the formation of a hydration shell versus the solid sodium hydroxide becoming sodium and hydroxide ions in the context of dissolving solid sodium hydroxide in water ?  Rationalize.  [10 points]

5.  Old topic:  What is the relative lattice energy between sodium chloride versus potassium chloride ?  Rationalize.  [10 points]