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CHM 113 Study Guide - Final Guide: Sodium Bicarbonate, Vibram Fivefingers, Torr


Department
Chemistry
Course Code
CHM 113
Professor
Tegan Eve
Study Guide
Final

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CHM 113 Final Exam Review
Safety Rules
- Add acid to water
- Must wear safety goggles and closed toe shoes in the lab
- No food and no drinks
- Use sodium bicarbonate to clean up acid
- Boric acid is used for base spills, it can be found in the hoods
Equations/ Conversions (NEED TO KNOW)
- % yield = (crude mass- pure mass)/ crude mass X 100
- Molarity = no. of moles / volume in L
- 1L → 1000 mL
- % error = (actual value – experimental)/actual value 100
- 0K = -273 °C
- 1 mmHg = 1 torr, 760 torr =1 atm
- 13.6 mm of H2O = 1 mm Hg
- Pwv = vapor pressure of water
- Height of water = (Δh)
- Pw = pressure of H2O (Δ h/ 13.6)
- Pb = barometric pressure
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