# Multiple Choice

**Topics:**Atom, Electron configuration, Electron, Periodic table, Quantum mechanics, Enthalpy /

**Pages:**9 (2103 words) /

**Published:**Oct 18th, 2012

B is false. If you compare a cup of water at 25oC and a bath tub of water at 20oC, the cup of water may be warmer, but there are many fewer atoms than the bathtub of water, so there can actually be more heat in a colder object, but it is spread out throughout many more atoms so the temperature can be lower.

2. 2. Given: 60C(s) → C60; ΔH = 2320 kJ what is ΔH for the following thermochemical equation? 1/60C(s)>>>> C(s) A) +38.7 kJ B) +2320 kJ C) -129 MJ D) -2320 kJ E) -38.7 kJ

E is the correct answer. Since the forward reaction has a positive enthalpy, the reverse will have a negative enthalpy. Also we are dealing with 1/60th of the original amount, so (2320 kJ)*(1/60 mol)*(-1) = -38.7 kJ

3. Exactly 173.9 J will raise the temperature of 10.0 g of a metal from 25.0°C to 60.0°C. What is the specific heat capacity of the metal? A) 0.497 J/(g · °C) B) 2.01 J/(g · °C) C) 17.7 J/(g · °C) D) 41.6 J/(g · °C) E) none of these

A is the correct answer. Heat capacity is the energy it takes to raise the temperature of 1 gram of the substance by 1 oC. Since we raised 10 grams of the substance by 35 oC we can say that Heat capacity = 173.9 J/10 grams/35oC = 0.497 J/(g * oC)

4. In a bomb calorimeter, reactions are carried out A) at 1 atm pressure and 0°C. B) at a constant pressure. C) at a constant volume. D) at a constant pressure and 25°C. E) at 1 atm pressure and 25°C.

C is the correct answer. A bomb calorimeter is a type of constant-volume calorimeter used in measuring the heat of combustion of a particular