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Chemistry 111, Fall 2012

Study Problems for Midterm 2 Oct. 26

Solutions

1. define the terms solvent, solute, solution, aqueous solution, and molarity

2. define and distinguish among the following terms: - concentrated and dilute - soluble, slightly soluble, and insoluble - saturated, unsaturated, and supersaturated

3. perform dilution calculations and mixing two different solutions calculations.

4. Limiting reactant problems in solutions.

Atomic Structure I

1) Relate the wavelength, frequency, amplitude, and velocity of electromagnetic radiation

1) relate the frequency of light to the energy of a photon, and understand the relationship between the continuous wave and quantized particle descriptions of light

2) define and distinguish between the terms ground and excited state, excitation and relaxation, absorption and emission, line and continuous spectra, and absorption and emission spectra

3) calculate the energy/wavelengths of lines in the absorption and emission spectra of the hydrogen atom, and relate these spectra to the electron energy levels of the atom

5) understand the concept of wave-particle duality, and relate the DeBroglie wavelength of a wave or particle to its momentum

Atomic Structure II (Quantum Numbers handout)

2) understand the nature and relationship of the principal (n), azimuthal (l), and magnetic (ml) quantum numbers and identify which orbital properties are determined by each of these numbers
4) understand how the different quantum numbers give rise to shells and subshells of orbitals
5) name an orbital given its quantum numbers, or provide quantum numbers for a given orbital
6) provide a simple sketch indicating the relative shapes, sizes, and spatial orientations of s, p, and d orbitals
7) define the Pauli Exclusion Principle, and its relationship to the electron spin…...

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