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## Laboratory Assignment for Module 4: Equilibrium Constants

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General Chemistry II with Labs (CHE-122)

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LABORATORY REPORT

Laboratory Assignment for Module 4: Equilibrium Constants
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I.       PURPOSE (10 POINTS)

II.    TEST DATA (15 POINTS)

Table 1. Equilibrium Constants Data

pH after each 0.5 mL increment

Color Observations

III.   CALCULATIONS (15 POINTS)

Volume of NaOH when solution turns dark pink/orange:

Volume of NaOH at the equivalence point (the point on the graph midway between the vertical rise; see Lab 7 [19], Figure 2):

pH at the equivalence point (should be approximately 8–9):

Volume of NaOH at equivalence point:

Volume at half-equivalence point:

pH at the half-equivalence point:

pH = pKa  at this point

Ka (equilibrium constant):

pKa = –log Ka

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IV.  RESULTS (20 POINTS)

Experimental Ka of acetic acid:

Theoretical Ka of acetic acid:

IV.  CONCLUSION (10 POINTS)

V.     QUESTIONS (30 POINTS)

1.      Compare your experimental value for the equilibrium constant to the theoretical value. Do you notice any variation? If so, why? (10 points)

2.      Write the dissociation of acetic acid, HC2H3O2.(10 points)

3.      Write the equilibrium expression for acetic acid. (10 points)

## Chemistry essay

Can someone write an essay that would need to be 3 pages double spaced. It would be about pesticides and their chemical influence, needs to be done by Wednesday and will pay person. Thank you.

Chemistry

## Question

What is the energy of light associated with a transition from n=3 to n=8 in a hydrogen atom? Does this represent absorption or emission of a photon?

4.54 × 10-19 J, emission

2.08 × 10-19 J, emission

4.54 × 10-19 J, absorption

6.81 × 10-20 J, absorption

2.08 × 10-19 J, absorption

Give the numbers for ml for a p orbital.

1,2

0,1

-2,-1,0,1,2

-1,0,1

Particles exhibit diffraction while waves do not.Particles interfere constructively and destructively whereas waves do not.A wave travels straight through a slit.Interference patterns are observed when a wave passes through a barrier with two slits.

## Ca(H2PO4)2 Express your answer using one decimal place and include the appropriate units.

C a ( H 2 P O 4 ) 2

## determine the pH of the solution resulting when 100cm^3 of 0.50mol dm^-3 hydrochloric acid is mixed with 200cm^3 of 0.1mol…

determine the pH of the solution resulting when 100cm^3 of 0.50mol dm^-3 hydrochloric acid is mixed with 200cm^3 of 0.1mol dm^-3 NaOH

## CHEM HOMEWORK

1) ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS HIGHLIGHTED IN YELLOW INSIDE PDF FILE TO SEPERATE WORD.

2) INSIDE WORD DOCUMENTS ANSWER QUESTIONS 22 TO 40.

## Quantitative Spectroscope and Visible Light lab

1. Indicate the colored lines you observe in fluorescent light, street lights, car headlight, and an additional light source of your choice by creating an illustration similar to that of figure 15 in your lab. (10 points)

Data Table 1

Fluorescent   Light Image

Street   Light Image

2. Calculate the frequency, wavelength, and energy for each wavelength you observed in the fluorescent and street light. (10 points)

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3. Try narrowing and widening the light inlet slit. How does this affect the spectra? Compare the thickness, resolution, and shape of the lines. (10 points)

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4. Imagine you are writing a lab report. In your own words, provide an introduction for a lab report. Include the purpose of the lab and use the background section of the experiment to help you. Feel free to find outside resources for additional information. (10 points)

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## Place the following substances in order of decreasing volatility. Rank the substances from most volatile to least volatile. To rank…

Place the following substances in order of decreasing volatility. Rank the substances from most volatile to least volatile. To rank them as equivalent, overlap them.

The substances are: CBr4, CH4, CH2Br2, CH3Cl,CH2Cl2, and CHBr3