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Electrochemistry (Up to 5 POINTS)

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Pick a type of battery from this list – Click here for the list. Answer the following for your battery of choice:

a.

What is/are the common name/s of your battery?

b.

What are the main applications of your battery?

c.

Include 4 relevant pictures of your battery and its applications.

d.

Specify the materials used for your battery’s anode, cathode and electrolyte.

e.

Look up the half reactions and their standard potentials (in V) of your battery.

f.

Write the overall balanced redox reaction for your battery with the Ecello.

Points will be awarded according to the following:

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3 OUT OF 5 POINTS AWARDED IF YOU LIMIT ONLY ON 1a through 1f above AND YOUR NAME AND MOORPARK COLLEGE LOGO.

2 ADDITIONAL POINTS FOR “PRESENTATION” (I.E. “PRETTINESS”) AND FOR MORE INFO.

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exception to this requirement).

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Handwritten Solution to Replaced EOC 18 Prob 40-c

“c only”

AB.C grams HF and DE.F grams NaF in 125 mL solution.

Handwritten Solution to Replaced EOC 18 Prob 48

a.

b.

c.

No replacement; as is.

ABC.0 mg HBr

DE.F mg NaOH

Handwritten Solution to EOC 18 Prob #78 (as is no

replacement). YOU MUST USE ICE OR NICE

TABLES accordingly. Show all work. You must use

THREE pieces of paper; do not jam all your work in

one page!

Page 1 of 3 for 0 mL, 5.00 mL and 10.00 mL

Page 2 of 3 for equivalence point and half equivalence point

Page 3 of 3 for 20.0 mL and 25.0 mL.

Handwritten Solution to EOC 18 Prob #80 (as is no

replacement). YOU MUST USE ICE OR NICE

TABLES accordingly. Show all work. You must use

THREE pieces of paper; do not jam all your work in

one page!

Page 1 of 3 for 0 mL, 10.0 mL and 20.0 mL

Page 2 of 3 for equivalence point and half equivalence point

Page 3 of 3 for 40.0 mL and 50.0 mL.

Handwritten Solution to EOC 18 Prob #94 (as is no

replacement).

Handwritten Solution to Replaced EOC 18 Prob 102

a,b and c

Use Ksp = 2.EF x 10-36

Handwritten Solution to Replaced EOC 18 Prob 137

100.0 mL of 0.99 M hydroxylamine

50.0 mL of a 0.AB M HCl

Handwritten Solution to EOC 19 Prob #36

1 sentence justification of your answer for each item.

Handwritten Solution to EOC 19 Prob #50

First, specify what you think is the sign of delta H and delta S (without calculating

or looking at the thermodynamic table). Use a 1-sentence explanation for your

signs of these delta H and delta S signs. Remember you cannot use the

thermodynamic / appendix table to calculate.

Then answer the required question in this problem.

Handwritten Solution to EOC 19 Prob #64-a and b

only

Do not forget to answer the follow-up questions given on the problem.

Handwritten Solution to Replaced EOC 19 Prob 76

PCO2= 0.AB atm

PCCl4= 0.CD atm

PCOCl2=0.EF atm

Handwritten Solution to EOC 19 Prob #84

Paste your MS Excel graph.

End of Exam II Bonus

Deadline: In your lab the week of

April 17 – 21

Handwritten Solution to End of Chapter (EOC) 15

Exercise # 46

Handwritten Solution to End of Chapter (EOC) 15

Exercise # 50

Graph (print and paste) and Handwritten Solution to

EOC 15 Prob #54

Graph (print paste) and Handwritten Solution to EOC

15 Prob #72

Handwritten Solution to Replaced EOC 16 Prob 44

Use your last five digits (BCDEF) of your Student 900# where initial PA = BCD or

EF (whichever is greater) torr and equil PA = EF or BCD (whichever is less) torr.

For Example: Vince Crisostomo 900045698 (ABCDEF=0045698)

Initial PA= 456 torr

Equil PA= 98 torr

Handwritten Solution to Replaced EOC 16 Prob 56

Use your last six digits (ABCDEF) of your Student 900# where initial [CO]=0.ABC

M and [Cl2] = 0.DEF M

For Ex. Vince Crisostomo 900045698 (ABCDEF=045698)

[CO]=0.045 M

[Cl2]=0.698 M

Consider the exothermic reaction:

A (g) + B (s) → 2 X (g) @ 25 oC

a.

b.

c.

Propose a change in VOLUME so that the equilibrium position shifts towards

the REACTANTS.

Propose a change in TEMPERATURE so that the equilibrium position shifts

towards the PRODUCTS.

Propose a change in [A] so that the equilibrium position shifts towards the

PRODUCTS.

LOOK UP AN ANALOGY! (Printing is allowed.)

Find an Analogy for Equilibrium Constant, Effect of Catalyst on Equilibrium OR Le

Chatelier’s Principle. Share this analogy with your lab classmate to test if the

analogy makes sense! Paste in here the most descriptive picture for your

analogy. Use up to 4 sentences to explain your analogy. There are many

analogies you can google-search. Look up the analogies in the textbook – YOU

CANNOT USE THOSE ANALOGIES! YOU MUST INCLUDE A PICTURE!

Cite source:

Pick a MONOPROTIC ACID from your etext

Backmatter > Appendix II. Do NOT use: HF,

HC2H3O2, HCN, HNO2

Handwritten work for the pH of a solution that 0.CD M.

Pick a base FROM TABLE HERE.

Handwritten work for the pH of a solution that

0.EF M.

Pick a basic sodium salt.

Handwritten work for the pH of a solution that 0.AB M.

End of Exam I Bonus

Deadline for Exam I Bonus: In your lab

day the week of March 6th – 10th

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