A-Level Chemistry revision notes

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CCEA Module 1 Test

What mass of material is there in each of the following? (a)     2.00 mol of SO3 molecules (b)    0.0300 mol of Cl atoms (c)     9.00 mo1 of SO42- ions (d)     0.150 mol of MgSO4.7H2O molecules                                                                                                                                                                                             [4]   What amount of each substance is contained in the following? (a)     31.0 g of P4 molecules ...

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Molar Volume of Gases

Section A 1. 10 cm3 of a gaseous hydrocarbon needed 30 cm3 of oxygen for complete combustion and 20 cm3 of carbon dioxide were produced. What is the molecular formula of the hydrocarbon? A CH4 B C2H2 C C2H4 D C2H6 2. What mass of iodine will be produced if 200 cm3 of chlorine gas ...

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Mole and Equations

CALCULATIONS FROM EQUATIONS Amounts of substances, the mole , molar mass, molar volume of gases (24 litre/dm3) at room temperature and pressure, the Avogadro constant and their use in calculations. (Determination of the Avogadro constant is not required.) A major problem confronting a chemist when carrying out reactions is to try and understand what they ...

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