5 Steps to a 5 AP Chemistry (2010-2011 Edition) by John Moore, Richard H. Langley

By John Moore, Richard H. Langley

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12. C—The hydroxide took some of the iron with it, 2+ so Fe will be low. The nitrate is double the potassium because there are two nitrates per iron(II) nitrate instead of one, as in potassium hydroxide. Chapter 7 13. 00 mL) (1000 mL/L) 14. 5. 23. A—The molar mass of the gas must be the square of the molar mass of helium. Chapter 9 24. E—Definition. 25. C—Basic postulate of kinetic molecular theory. 26. A—One of the properties of free energy. 27. B—Definition. 28. B. 1 kJ 1 2 28 ❯ STEP 2. Determine Your Test Readiness 29.

3 I. sp II. sp2 III. sp (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) I, II, and III I only I and II II and III II only Chapter 12 Choose from the following descriptions of solids for questions 47–50. (A) composed of atoms held together by delocalized electrons (B) composed of molecules held together by intermolecular dipole–dipole interactions (C) composed of positive and negative ions held together by electrostatic attractions (D) composed of macromolecules held together by strong bonds (E) composed of molecules held together by intermolecular London forces 47.

Read and study Chapter 19, Experimental. ) — Read and study Chapter 10, Spectroscopy and Electrons. — Review Chapters 5–7. — Read and study Chapter 11, Bonding. — Read and study Chapter 12, Solids, Liquids, and Intermolecular Forces. — Review Chapters 8–10. — Read and study Chapter 13, Solutions and Colligative Properties. — Read and study Chapter 14, Kinetics. ) — — — — Review Chapters 5–19—all the material! Take Practice Exam 2. Score your exam. Get a good night’s sleep before the exam. Fall asleep knowing you are well prepared.

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