Chapter 9: Enthalpy
Chapter 9 quiz

a. 
You should understand how enthalpy relates to bonding.

b. 
You should be able to calculate DELTA_H^{o} for a chemical equation using a table of standard enthalpies of formation.

Chapter 10: Free Energy
Chapter 10 quiz

a. 
You should be able to produce and interpret simple graphs of G vs. T in terms of enthalpy and entropy of products and reactants of a reaction.

b. 
You should be able to predict what will happen at different temperatures based on a given graph of G vs. T.

c. 
You should be able to calculate the crossing point of curves on a graph of G vs. T based on knowing DELTA_H^{o} and DELTA_S^{o} for a reaction.

d. 
You should understand the relationship between the molar entropy of a gas and its partial pressure, and you should be able to calculate the equilibrium vapor pressure of a gas above its liquid given a temperature and values for DELTA_H^{o}_{vaporization} and DELTA_S^{o}_{vaporization}.

Chapter 11: The Equilibrium Constant
Chapter 11 quiz

a. 
Given a chemical equation, you should be able to write the reaction quotient, Q, in terms of pressures and concentrations.

b. 
Given any three of DELTA_H^{o}, DELTA_S^{o}, T, and K, you should be able to get the fourth.

c. 
Given tabulated or graphed data relating to K at various temperatures, you should be able to at least DESCRIBE how you would determine the values of DELTA_H^{o} and DELTA_S^{o} for a chemical equation describing a chemical reaction.

d. 
Given any three of K1, K2, T1, and T2, you should be able to get the fourth.

e. 
Given a graph of G vs. T showing a system at equilibrium at some temperature, you should be able to predict what will happen when the system is perturbed (by changing concentrations, pressures, or temperature).

Chapter 12: Applications (and Experiment 6)


You should be able to discuss at least four of the many applications in this chapter or in this experiment in a way that shows you understand how free energy is involved, including a graph of G vs. T if that makes your explanation simpler.
