Hl Chemistry Mid-term Form (4)

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In the graph below, the rate of reaction at point A is the  ________ (slowest, fastest, zero) because the amount of reactants particles is ________ (maximum, minimum, zero).

fastest,faster
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At point A in the graph, the rate of reaction is the fastest because it has the steepest slope, indicating a rapid change in the concentration of reactants over time. This suggests that the reaction is occurring at a high rate. Additionally, the amount of reactant particles at point A is at its maximum, as indicated by the highest point on the graph. This means that there are a large number of reactant particles available to participate in the reaction, further supporting the idea that the reaction is happening at a fast rate.

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In the graph below, the rate of reaction at point C is the  ________ (slowest, fastest, zero) because the amount of reactants particles is ________ (maximum, minimum, zero).

zero,0
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The rate of reaction at point C is zero because there are no reactant particles present at that point. As a result, no reaction can occur, leading to a rate of zero.

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What is the energy change for this reaction? ________ KJ/mol

-97
Explanation
The energy change for this reaction is -97 KJ/mol. This means that the reaction releases 97 kilojoules of energy per mole of reactant. The negative sign indicates that the reaction is exothermic, meaning it releases heat.

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What is the bond energy of the C=O bond? ________

841,+841
Explanation
The bond energy of the C=O bond is 841 kJ/mol. This means that it requires 841 kJ of energy to break one mole of C=O bonds. The +841 indicates that this value is for the reverse reaction, where the C=O bond is formed and releases 841 kJ of energy.

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zinc ethanoate
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________ + ________

calcium ethanoate,water
calcium ethanoate,water
Explanation
The given answer suggests that the blanks should be filled with "calcium ethanoate" and "water" twice, resulting in the sequence "calcium ethanoate, water, calcium ethanoate, water". This implies that the two blanks should be filled with the same set of substances, namely calcium ethanoate and water, repeated twice.

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LiNO3,lino3
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For the salt (Y)  prepared below, the solid X is ________ (soluble , insoluble) and the salt Y is ________ (soluble , insoluble).

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The solid X is insoluble because it does not dissolve in the given solution. On the other hand, the salt Y is soluble because it dissolves in the given solution.

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State the colour of each indicator with Ammonia: 1- Universal indicator ________ 2- Methyl Orange ________

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The universal indicator turns blue in the presence of ammonia, indicating the presence of a base. Methyl Orange turns yellow in the presence of ammonia, indicating a higher pH value.

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