1. The ___________________ coefficient for a balanced chemical equation tells the number of molecules produced or consumed during the reaction.
2. The _______________ yield for a reaction is the amount of material we should produce if everything works perfectly.
3. The _________________ reactant is the reactant that is consumed completely in a chemical reaction.
4. A(n) ___________________ is formed when two ions (which together form an insoluble compound) are mixed.
5. The ____________ ionic equation shows only the ions involved in a chemical process.
6. A(n) ______________ acid donates some, but not all, of it's hydrogen ions to water to form hydronium ions (H3O+).
7. _________________ is the process of adding an accurately-measured volume of reactant to a substance in order to determine the amount of an unknown.
8. The term ___________ reaction is used to describe a process for which one species donates electrons to another.
9. A(n) _______________ displacement reaction occurs when a species in it's elemental form is oxidized, causing an oxidized species to be reduced to it's elemental form.
10. ________________ Law describes the relationship between pressure and volume for an gas.
11. _________________ Zero is the lowest temperature possible, and was discovered by Lord Kelvin during his investigation of the relationship between volume and temperature for a gas.
12. A(n) ____________ gas is one that has molecular volume equal to zero, and the intermolecular attractive forces are also equal to zero.
13. The ________________ pressure of a gas in a mixture is equal to the pressure the pure gas would exhibit under the same volume/temperature conditions.
14. The _________________ equation is an attempt to compensate for the deviations from ideal behavior that 'real' gases exhibit.
15. The _____________________________ Theory consists of five postulates that help us to understand at a microscopic level the changes we observe at a macroscopic level.
16. (15) For each of the following process predict if a reaction will occur. If a reaction does occur write the formula for the products and write the balanced molecular equation. If a reaction does not occur, write N/R to indicate that no reaction occurs:
a) KCl + AgNO3
b) Ag + ZnSO4
c) Na2SO4 + Pb(ClO4)2
d) NaC2H3O2 + (NH4)3PO4
e) Mg + FeCl2
PCl5(s) + 4H2O(l) H3PO4(l) + 5HCl(g)
How many grams of H3PO4 (MW = 208.2) can be produced from 20.0 g of PCl5 and 5.00 g of water.
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