Chapters 5-6 review

Chemistry 100
Chapters 5-6 review
1. Find the charge of each element for these ionic compounds:
a) AlCl3
d) BaI2
b) BeO
e) CaS
c) Na2O
f) Ga2O3
2. Name each ion:
a) NO3b) OHc) HCO3d) NH4+
e) Cu2+
f) MnO4g) Fe3+
h) S2-
3. Find the name of the following compounds:
a) Na2SO4
e) SO3
b) Se2F2
f) HBr
c) SnHPO4
g) H2SO3
d) Be(OH)2
h) LiNO2
4. Write the formula for the following compounds:
a) Ammonium Phosphate
d) Perchloric acid
b) Phosphorus trichloride
e) Magnesium sulfide
c) Aluminium nitrite
f) Hydrochloric acid
5. Which formulas are not correct? Correct them if they are not correct:
a) Al2O3
e) LiCO3
b) MgOH
f) AlSO4
c) Be2Cl
g) Ca2NO2
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d) Na2O4
h) NH4PO3
6. Use the following ions to write the chemical formula for each ionic compound:
a) Al3+
b) Ba2+
c) Li+
d) Ga3+
7. Calculate the percent by mass of each element in the following compounds:
a) Al2O3
b) HNO3
8. Calculate the number of moles of indicated substance in each of the following samples:
a) 34.6 g of C6H12O6
b) 11.6 g of FeCl3
9. Calculate the mass in grams of each of the following samples:
a) 3.52 moles of copper(II) sulfate
b) 1.71 moles of sodium carbonate
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10. A compound was analyzed and was found to have the following percent composition by
mass: manganese, 36.38%; sulfur, 21.24%; oxygen, 42.38%. Calculate the empirical formula
for this compound:
11. Calculate the number of atoms present in each of the following samples:
a) 5.64 g of C3H8
b) 9.34 g of H3PO4
12. Calculate the number of molecules present in each of the following samples:
a) 12.3 g of CaCl2
b) 31.3 g of Mg(OH)2
13. In problem 10, find the molecular formula if the molar mass is 151 g.
14. How many moles of (NH4)2SO4 are in a sample which weight 545g?
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15. How many molecules are in 326g of C2H5OH?
16. Calculate the formula weight of these compounds:
a) C12H22O11
b) Pb(OH)2
c) Al(NO3)3
17. What is the mass in gram of 500 molecules of Na2SO3?
18. Lime, CaO, is produced by reaction CaCO3(s) → CaO(s) + CO2(g). What weight of CaO
is obtained by the decomposition of 38.7g of CaCO3?
19. For the reaction 2HgO(s) → 2Hg(l) + O2(g) how many molecules of Hg are produced by
using 367g HgO?
20. Given the reaction 2KClO3(s) → 2KCl(s) + 3O2(g). What volume of O2 will be obtained
by decomposition of 95g KClO3 (at STP)?
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