Chemistry 101 - Exam II Name ______________________ 11 April 2018 Show all work for credit. State any assumptions made to solve a problem. Give all numerical answers with the correct number of significant figures. All answers in scientific notation must be in correct scientific notation (i.e., 6.022?1023 not 6.022E23 or 6.022e23). All instances of incorrect scientific notation will result in the loss of 3 points each. All numbers that require units should have the units written. All instances of numbers without units will result in the loss of 3 points each. 1. (32 points) Textbook Problem 7.107 ? Some of the butane, C4H10?, in a 200.0 L cylinder at 26.0 ?C is withdrawn and burned at a constant pressure in an excess of air. As a result, the

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Chemistry 101 - Exam II Name ______________________ 11 April 2018 Show all work for credit. State any assumptions made to solve a problem. Give all numerical answers with the correct number of significant figures. All answers in scientific notation must be in correct scientific notation (i.e., 6.022?1023 not 6.022E23 or 6.022e23). All instances of incorrect scientific notation will result in the loss of 3 points each. All numbers that require units should have the units written. All instances of numbers without units will result in the loss of 3 points each. 1. (32 points) Textbook Problem 7.107 ? Some of the butane, C4H10?, in a 200.0 L cylinder at 26.0 ?C is withdrawn and burned at a constant pressure in an excess of air. As a result, the

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