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Chemistry: An Atoms First Approach

## Solutions for Chemistry: An Atoms First Approach

Problem 1RQ:

Define and e xplain the differences between the following terms. a. law and theory b. theory and...

Problem 3RQ:

Use Daltons atomic theory to account for each of the following. a. the law of conservation o f mass...

Problem 5RQ:

What discoveries were made by J. J. Thomson, Henri Becquerel, and Lord Rutherford? How did Daltons...

Problem 6RQ:

Consider Ernest Rutherfords -particle bombardment experiment illustrated in Fig. l- 16. How did the...

Problem 7RQ:

Do the proton and the neutron have exactly the same mass? How do the masses of the proton and...

Problem 8RQ:

What is the distinction between atomic number and mass number? Between mass number and atomic mass?

Problem 1ALQ:

Paracelsus, a sixteenth-century alchemist and healer, adopted as his slogan: The patients are your...

Problem 2ALQ:

What is wrong with the following statement? The results of the experiment do not agree with the...

Problem 3ALQ:

Which of the following is true about an individual atom? Explain. a. An individual atom should be...

Problem 4ALQ:

These questions concern the work of J. J. Thomson. a. From Thomsons work, which particles do you...

Problem 5ALQ:

Which of the following explain how an ion is formed? Explain your answer. a. adding or subtracting...

Problem 6ALQ:

You have a chemical in a sealed glass container filled with air. The setup is sitting on a balance...

Problem 7ALQ:

You may have noticed that when water boils, you can see bubbles that rise to the surface of the...

Problem 8ALQ:

One of the best indications of a useful theory is that it raises more questions for further...

Problem 10ALQ:

Which (if any) of the following can be determined by knowing the number of protons in a neutral...

Problem 11Q:

The difference between a law and a theory is the difference between what and why. Explain.

Problem 12Q:

As part of a science project, you study traffic patterns in your city at an intersection in the...

Problem 13Q:

Explain the fundamental steps of the scientific method. The scientific method is a dynamic process....

Problem 14Q:

When hydrogen is burned in oxygen to form water, the composition of water formed does not depend on...

Problem 15Q:

Explain the law of conservation of mass, the law of definite proportion, and the law of multiple...

Problem 16Q:

Chlorine has two natural isotopes: C1737I and C1735I. Hydrogen reacts with chlorine to form the...

Problem 17Q:

The vitamin niacin (nicotinic acid, C6H5NO2) can be isolated from a variety of natural sources such...

Problem 18Q:

Section 1-5 describes the postulates of Daltons atomic theory. With some modifications, these...

Problem 19Q:

The contributions of J. J. Thomson and Ernest Rutherford led the way to todays understanding of the...

Problem 21Q:

The number of protons in an atom determines the identity of the atom. What do the number and...

Problem 22Q:

If the volume of a proton is similar to the volume of an electron, how will the densities of these...

Problem 24Q:

What refinements had to be made in Daltons atomic theory to account for Gay-Lussacs results on the...

Problem 25E:

When mixtures of gaseous H2 and gaseous Cl2 react, a product forms that has the same properties...

Problem 26E:

Observations of the reaction between nitrogen gas and hydrogen gas show us that 1 volume of nitrogen...

Problem 27E:

A sample of chloroform is found to contain 12.0 g of carbon, 106.4 g of chlorine, and 1.01 g of...

Problem 28E:

A sample of H2SO4 contains 2.02 g of hydrogen, 32.07 g of sulfur, and 64.00 g of oxygen. How many...

Problem 29E:

Hydrazine, ammonia, and hydrogen azide al1 contain only nitrogen and hydrogen. The mass of hydrogen...

Problem 30E:

Consider 100.0-g samples of two different compounds consisting only of carbon and oxygen. One...

Problem 31E:

The three most stable oxides of carbon are carbon monoxide (CO), carbon dioxide (CO2), and carbon...

Problem 32E:

Two elements, R and Q, combine to form two binary compounds. In the first compound, 14.0 g of R...

Problem 34E:

In a combustion reaction, 46.0 g of ethanol reacts with 96.0 g of oxygen to produce water and carbon...

Problem 35E:

Early tables of atomic weights (masses) were generated by measuring the mass of a substance that...

Problem 36E:

Indium oxide contains 4.784 g of indium for every 1.000 g of oxygen. In 1869, when Mendeleev first...

Problem 38E:

If you wanted to make an accurate scale model of the hydrogen atom and decided that the nucleus...

Problem 39E:

In an experiment it was found that the total charge on an oil drop was 5.93 1018 C. How many...

Problem 40E:

A chemist in a galaxy far, far away performed the Millikan oil drop experiment and got the following...

Problem 41E:

Write the symbol of each atom using the ZAX format.

Problem 42E:

For carbon-14 and carbon-12, how many protons and neutrons are in each nucleus? Assuming neutral...

Problem 43E:

How many protons and neutrons are in the nucleus of each of the following atoms? In a neutral atom...

Problem 44E:

What number of protons and neutrons is contained in the nucleus of each of the following atoms'?...

Problem 46E:

Write the atomic symbol (ZAX) for each of the isotopes described below. a. number of protons = 27,...

Problem 47E:

For each of the following ions, indicate the number of protons and electrons the ion contains. a....

Problem 48E:

How many protons, neutrons, and electrons are in each of the following atoms or ions? a. M1224g b....

Problem 50E:

What is the symbol of an ion with 16 protons, 18 neutrons, and 18 electrons? What is the symbol for...

Problem 51E:

Complete the following table:

Problem 52E:

Complete the following table:

Problem 53AE:

Four Fe2+ ions are key components of hemoglobin, the protein that transports oxygen in the blood....

Problem 54AE:

Which of the following statements is/are true? For the false statements, correct them. a. All...

Problem 55AE:

Identify each of the following elements. Give the number of protons and neutrons in each nucleus. a....

Problem 56AE:

The isotope of an unknown element, X, has a mass number of 79. The most stable ion of this isotope...

Problem 58AE:

The early alchemists used to do an experiment in which water was boiled for several days in a sealed...

Problem 59AE:

In a reaction, 34.0 g of chromium(III) oxide reacts with 12.1 g of aluminum to produce chromium and...

Problem 61CWP:

Complete the following table. Atmos Number of Protons Number of Neutrons H24e N1020e T2248i ...

Problem 62CWP:

Complete the following table.

Problem 63CWP:

Which of the following is( are) correct? a. C40a2+ contains 20 protons and 18 electrons. b....

Problem 65CP:

Each of the following statements is true, but Dalton might have had trouble explaining some of them...

Problem 66CP:

Reaction of 2.0 L of hydrogen gas with 1.0 L of oxygen gas yields 2.0 L of water vapor. All gases...

Problem 67CP:

A combustion reaction involves the reaction of a substance with oxygen gas. The complete combustion...

Problem 68CP:

A chemistry instructor makes the following claim: Consider that if the nucleus were the size of a...

Problem 69CP:

You have two distinct gaseous compounds made from element X and element Y. The mass percents are as...

Problem 70IP:

Using the information in Table 1-1, answer the following questions. In an ion with an unknown...

## Browse All Chapters of This Textbook

Chapter 1 - Chemical FoundationsChapter 2 - Atomic Structure And PeriodicityChapter 3 - Bonding: General ConceptsChapter 4 - Molecular Structure And OrbitalsChapter 5 - StoichiometryChapter 6 - Types Of Chemical Reactions And Solution StoichiometryChapter 7 - Chemical EnergyChapter 8 - GasesChapter 9 - Liquids And SolidsChapter 10 - Properties Of Solutions

Chapter 11 - Chemical KineticsChapter 12 - Chemical EquilibriumChapter 13 - Acids And BasesChapter 14 - Acid- Base EquilibriaChapter 15 - Solubility And Complex Lon EquilibriaChapter 16 - Spontaneity, Entropy, And Free EnergyChapter 17 - ElectrochemistryChapter 18 - The Nucleus: A Chemist's ViewChapter 19 - The Representative ElementsChapter 20 - Transition Metals And Coordination ChemistryChapter 21 - Organic And Biological Molecules

### Book Details

Packed with the information, examples, and problems you need to learn to "think like a chemist," CHEMISTRY: AN ATOMS FIRST APPROACH is designed to help you become an independent problem-solver. The text begins with coverage of the atom and proceeds through the concept of molecules, structure, and bonding. This approach, different from your high school course, will help you become a good critical thinker and a strong problem-solver - skills that will be useful to you in any career.

## Sample Solutions for this Textbook

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Chapter 1, Problem 1RQChapter 1, Problem 43EChapter 1, Problem 45EChapter 1, Problem 47EChapter 1, Problem 48EChapter 1, Problem 51EChapter 1, Problem 52EChapter 1, Problem 55AEChapter 1, Problem 70IP

Chapter 2, Problem 1RQChapter 2, Problem 24QChapter 2, Problem 43EChapter 2, Problem 45EChapter 2, Problem 57EChapter 2, Problem 58EChapter 2, Problem 62EChapter 2, Problem 63EChapter 2, Problem 69EChapter 2, Problem 74EChapter 2, Problem 79EChapter 2, Problem 81EChapter 2, Problem 82EChapter 2, Problem 95EChapter 2, Problem 96EChapter 2, Problem 97EChapter 2, Problem 99EChapter 2, Problem 140AEChapter 2, Problem 167CPChapter 3, Problem 1RQChapter 3, Problem 35EChapter 3, Problem 36EChapter 3, Problem 43EChapter 3, Problem 50EChapter 3, Problem 66EChapter 3, Problem 82EChapter 3, Problem 87EChapter 3, Problem 99EChapter 3, Problem 113EChapter 3, Problem 114EChapter 3, Problem 117EChapter 3, Problem 122EChapter 3, Problem 125AEChapter 3, Problem 134AEChapter 3, Problem 152CPChapter 3, Problem 153CPChapter 3, Problem 158IPChapter 4, Problem 1RQChapter 4, Problem 3RQChapter 4, Problem 23EChapter 4, Problem 24EChapter 4, Problem 26EChapter 4, Problem 45EChapter 4, Problem 46EChapter 4, Problem 48EChapter 4, Problem 49EChapter 4, Problem 50EChapter 4, Problem 83AEChapter 4, Problem 86AEChapter 4, Problem 87AEChapter 4, Problem 115CPChapter 5, Problem 1RQChapter 5, Problem 23QChapter 5, Problem 59EChapter 5, Problem 60EChapter 5, Problem 61EChapter 5, Problem 67EChapter 5, Problem 68EChapter 5, Problem 71EChapter 5, Problem 72EChapter 5, Problem 73EChapter 5, Problem 76EChapter 5, Problem 79EChapter 5, Problem 100EChapter 5, Problem 118EChapter 5, Problem 119EChapter 5, Problem 121EChapter 5, Problem 124EChapter 5, Problem 130AEChapter 5, Problem 150AEChapter 5, Problem 152CWPChapter 6, Problem 1RQChapter 6, Problem 7RQChapter 6, Problem 25EChapter 6, Problem 32EChapter 6, Problem 62EChapter 6, Problem 63EChapter 6, Problem 68EChapter 6, Problem 81EChapter 6, Problem 84EChapter 6, Problem 95AEChapter 6, Problem 124CPChapter 6, Problem 125CPChapter 6, Problem 129CPChapter 6, Problem 140CPChapter 6, Problem 146MPChapter 6, Problem 147MPChapter 7, Problem 1RQChapter 7, Problem 20QChapter 7, Problem 34EChapter 7, Problem 50EChapter 7, Problem 77EChapter 7, Problem 78EChapter 7, Problem 79EChapter 7, Problem 96AEChapter 7, Problem 104AEChapter 7, Problem 111AEChapter 7, Problem 126CPChapter 7, Problem 131CPChapter 7, Problem 133IPChapter 7, Problem 135IPChapter 7, Problem 137MPChapter 8, Problem 1RQChapter 8, Problem 41EChapter 8, Problem 42EChapter 8, Problem 59EChapter 8, Problem 89EChapter 8, Problem 99EChapter 8, Problem 121EChapter 8, Problem 122EChapter 8, Problem 130AEChapter 8, Problem 135AEChapter 8, Problem 137AEChapter 8, Problem 139AEChapter 8, Problem 154CPChapter 8, Problem 155CPChapter 8, Problem 157CPChapter 8, Problem 162CPChapter 8, Problem 166IPChapter 9, Problem 1RQChapter 9, Problem 41EChapter 9, Problem 42EChapter 9, Problem 52EChapter 9, Problem 53EChapter 9, Problem 55EChapter 9, Problem 56EChapter 9, Problem 57EChapter 9, Problem 58EChapter 9, Problem 59EChapter 9, Problem 60EChapter 9, Problem 62EChapter 9, Problem 80EChapter 9, Problem 88EChapter 9, Problem 131CPChapter 9, Problem 146CPChapter 9, Problem 148IPChapter 10, Problem 1RQChapter 10, Problem 16SRChapter 10, Problem 31EChapter 10, Problem 32EChapter 10, Problem 38EChapter 10, Problem 43EChapter 10, Problem 79EChapter 10, Problem 85EChapter 10, Problem 86EChapter 10, Problem 98AEChapter 10, Problem 107AEChapter 10, Problem 108AEChapter 10, Problem 109AEChapter 10, Problem 120CPChapter 10, Problem 132IPChapter 11, Problem 1RQChapter 11, Problem 25EChapter 11, Problem 30EChapter 11, Problem 33EChapter 11, Problem 35EChapter 11, Problem 36EChapter 11, Problem 58EChapter 11, Problem 84AEChapter 11, Problem 86AEChapter 11, Problem 91AEChapter 11, Problem 93AEChapter 11, Problem 105CPChapter 11, Problem 112CPChapter 12, Problem 1RQChapter 12, Problem 5ALQChapter 12, Problem 23EChapter 12, Problem 39EChapter 12, Problem 42EChapter 12, Problem 54EChapter 12, Problem 56EChapter 12, Problem 57EChapter 12, Problem 72AEChapter 12, Problem 73AEChapter 12, Problem 78AEChapter 12, Problem 104CPChapter 12, Problem 106CPChapter 13, Problem 1RQChapter 13, Problem 49EChapter 13, Problem 50EChapter 13, Problem 51EChapter 13, Problem 63EChapter 13, Problem 64EChapter 13, Problem 68EChapter 13, Problem 73EChapter 13, Problem 74EChapter 13, Problem 97EChapter 13, Problem 98EChapter 13, Problem 101EChapter 13, Problem 107EChapter 13, Problem 108EChapter 13, Problem 109EChapter 13, Problem 117EChapter 13, Problem 119EChapter 13, Problem 120EChapter 13, Problem 123EChapter 13, Problem 126EChapter 13, Problem 151AEChapter 14, Problem 1RQChapter 14, Problem 7RQChapter 14, Problem 43EChapter 14, Problem 57EChapter 14, Problem 58EChapter 14, Problem 59EChapter 14, Problem 60EChapter 14, Problem 61EChapter 14, Problem 62EChapter 14, Problem 63EChapter 14, Problem 64EChapter 14, Problem 65EChapter 14, Problem 92AEChapter 14, Problem 107CWPChapter 15, Problem 1RQChapter 15, Problem 21EChapter 15, Problem 22EChapter 15, Problem 27EChapter 15, Problem 28EChapter 15, Problem 35EChapter 15, Problem 36EChapter 15, Problem 37EChapter 15, Problem 39EChapter 15, Problem 40EChapter 15, Problem 53EChapter 15, Problem 70EChapter 15, Problem 102CPChapter 16, Problem 1RQChapter 16, Problem 53EChapter 16, Problem 54EChapter 16, Problem 63EChapter 16, Problem 64EChapter 16, Problem 68EChapter 16, Problem 70EChapter 16, Problem 72EChapter 16, Problem 74EChapter 16, Problem 78EChapter 16, Problem 86AEChapter 16, Problem 90AEChapter 16, Problem 121MPChapter 16, Problem 122MPChapter 17, Problem 1RQChapter 17, Problem 16RORRChapter 17, Problem 29EChapter 17, Problem 30EChapter 17, Problem 31EChapter 17, Problem 32EChapter 17, Problem 47EChapter 17, Problem 75EChapter 17, Problem 85EChapter 17, Problem 86EChapter 17, Problem 95EChapter 17, Problem 115AEChapter 17, Problem 117AEChapter 17, Problem 140CPChapter 17, Problem 144CPChapter 17, Problem 152CPChapter 17, Problem 159MPChapter 18, Problem 1RQChapter 18, Problem 20EChapter 18, Problem 27EChapter 18, Problem 43EChapter 18, Problem 45EChapter 18, Problem 46EChapter 18, Problem 76CWPChapter 18, Problem 79CPChapter 18, Problem 82CPChapter 18, Problem 84CPChapter 19, Problem 1RQChapter 19, Problem 11EChapter 19, Problem 12EChapter 19, Problem 48EChapter 19, Problem 67EChapter 19, Problem 68EChapter 19, Problem 70EChapter 19, Problem 87CWPChapter 19, Problem 104CPChapter 19, Problem 106IPChapter 19, Problem 107IPChapter 19, Problem 108IPChapter 19, Problem 109IPChapter 20, Problem 1RQChapter 20, Problem 3RQChapter 20, Problem 23EChapter 20, Problem 26EChapter 20, Problem 34EChapter 20, Problem 35EChapter 20, Problem 36EChapter 20, Problem 59EChapter 20, Problem 65EChapter 20, Problem 66EChapter 20, Problem 91CPChapter 20, Problem 99IPChapter 21, Problem 1RQChapter 21, Problem 5RQChapter 21, Problem 2QChapter 21, Problem 16EChapter 21, Problem 45EChapter 21, Problem 72EChapter 21, Problem 111AEChapter 21, Problem 113AEChapter 21, Problem 130AEChapter 21, Problem 136AEChapter 21, Problem 145CPChapter 21, Problem 148CPChapter 21, Problem 151CPChapter 21, Problem 154CPChapter 21, Problem 159IPChapter 21, Problem 160IPChapter 21, Problem 161MPChapter 21, Problem 162MP

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