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Re: Potions and Poisons B

Posted: March 6th, 2018, 10:24 am
by dvegadvol
Anyone have a P&P test to share? All of our invitationals returned our answer sheets, but not the test itself.

Thanks

Re: Potions and Poisons B

Posted: March 7th, 2018, 8:22 am
by <<rhine>>
I have a question '~'
To 2.00 L of 0.445 M HCl, you add 3.88 L of a second HCl solution of an unknown concentration. The resulting solution is 0.974 M. Assuming the volumes are additive, calculate the molarity of the second HCl solution.
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Re: Potions and Poisons B

Posted: March 7th, 2018, 9:03 am
by dvegadvol
M in total solution:

(2.00 + 3.88)L x 0.974 M/L = 5.73 M

M in 1st solution:

2.00L x 0.445 M/L = 0.890 M

Difference gives M in 2nd solution:

5.73 M- 0.890 M = 4.84 M

M of 2nd solution

4.84mole/3.88L = 1.25M

Re: Potions and Poisons B

Posted: March 19th, 2018, 5:46 pm
by jimmy-bond
M in total solution:

(2.00 + 3.88)L x 0.974 M/L = 5.73 M

M in 1st solution:

2.00L x 0.445 M/L = 0.890 M

Difference gives M in 2nd solution:

5.73 M- 0.890 M = 4.84 M

M of 2nd solution

4.84mole/3.88L = 1.25M
Since no one is responding, I'll take over. Your answer is correct, so your turn

Re: Potions and Poisons B

Posted: March 21st, 2018, 8:20 am
by dvegadvol
Okay.

1. How many eyes does Loxosceles reclusa have?
1a. How are the eyes arranged and what is this arrangement called?
2. What type of bond involves the complete transfer of valence electrons?
3. How much does one mole of 100% pure isopropyl alcohol weigh, in grams?
4. What are the three routes of exposure to toxins?
5. In paper chromatography, there are two phases. Name and describe them.
6. Which environmental toxin is an EPA criteria pollutant?
6a. What are the other five EPA criteria pollutants?
7. What does LD50 stand for?
8. What are the early stage processes in an oil spill at sea?
9. If 2,000 people were exposed to urushiol, about how many would have no reaction whatsoever?
10. Two household chemicals cause olfactory fatigue or adaptation: name them.

Re: Potions and Poisons B

Posted: March 21st, 2018, 10:44 am
by igotoschool
Okay.

1. How many eyes does Loxosceles reclusa have?
1a. How are the eyes arranged and what is this arrangement called?
2. What type of bond involves the complete transfer of valence electrons?
3. How much does one mole of 100% pure isopropyl alcohol weigh, in grams?
4. What are the three routes of exposure to toxins?
5. In paper chromatography, there are two phases. Name and describe them.
6. Which environmental toxin is an EPA criteria pollutant?
6a. What are the other five EPA criteria pollutants?
7. What does LD50 stand for?
8. What are the early stage processes in an oil spill at sea?
9. If 2,000 people were exposed to urushiol, about how many would have no reaction whatsoever?
10. Two household chemicals cause olfactory fatigue or adaptation: name them.
1. 6
1a. in three pairs and they are called dyads
2. ionic bond
3. 60.09502 grams
4. inhalation, absorption, ingestion
5. stationary and mobile; can;t really describe
6. lead
6a. ozone(O3), particle matter, carbon monoxide (CO), sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen dioxide (NO2)
7. lethal dose that kills 50% of something
8.spreading, evaporation, dispersion, emulsification and dissolution
9. idk
10. idk

Re: Potions and Poisons B

Posted: March 22nd, 2018, 5:56 am
by dvegadvol
Very well done.

9. Urushiol is active toxin in poison ivy & oak. Approximately 15-25% of humans have no reaction to it, therefore 300-500 people exposed to it will have no reaction.

10. Prolonged exposure to ammonia or chlorine decreases your ability to detect their odors, which can lead to damage.

Bonus!

What popular food has urushiol in its skin?

Re: Potions and Poisons B

Posted: March 22nd, 2018, 5:57 am
by dvegadvol
Very well done.

9. [hide]Urushiol is active toxin in poison ivy & oak. Approximately 15-25% of humans have no reaction to it, therefore 300-500 people exposed to it will have no reaction.[/hide]

10. [hide]Prolonged exposure to ammonia or chlorine decreases your ability to detect their odors, which can lead to damage.[/hide]

Bonus!

What popular food has urushiol in its skin?

Re: Potions and Poisons B

Posted: March 22nd, 2018, 6:01 am
by shrewdPanther46
mangoes?

Re: Potions and Poisons B

Posted: March 22nd, 2018, 9:45 am
by UTF-8 U+6211 U+662F
Very well done.

9. Urushiol is active toxin in poison ivy & oak. Approximately 15-25% of humans have no reaction to it, therefore 300-500 people exposed to it will have no reaction.

10. Prolonged exposure to ammonia or chlorine decreases your ability to detect their odors, which can lead to damage.

Bonus!

What popular food has urushiol in its skin?
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