Unit 5 Progress Check: FRQ (2024)

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1. For parts of the free-response question that require calculations, clearly show the method used

and the steps involved in arriving at your answers. You must show your work to receive creditfor your answer. Examples and equations may be included in your answers where appropriate.

and can react to produce , as represented above. Shown below is anincomplete energy diagram for the reaction. The potential energy of the reactants is indicatedon the diagram.

(a) Carefully complete the energy diagram by drawing a curve that accurately shows theprogress of the reaction, beginning at the reactants, moving through the transition state, andending at the final products. When adding the products to the diagram, be sure to use anenergy level that is appropriate relative to the energy level of the reactants.

Please respond on separate paper, following directions from your teacher.

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Please respond on separate paper, following directions from your teacher.

(c) On your energy diagram, draw a vertical line segment with a length that corresponds to theactivation energy for the reverse uncatalyzed reaction: .

Please respond on separate paper, following directions from your teacher.

Part (a)

Select a point value to view scoring criteria, solutions, and/or examples and to score the response.

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The drawing meets both of the criteria below:

There is a horizontal line drawn on the right side of the graph that is lower than the horizontalline that represents the reactants.

There is a curve drawn between the two horizontal lines that starts at the right end of thereactant line, reaches a peak that is higher than both horizontal lines, and ends at the left endof the product line.

Part (b)

Select a point value to view scoring criteria, solutions, and/or examples and to score the response.

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(a) but has a shorter peak.

Part (c)

Select a point value to view scoring criteria, solutions, and/or examples and to score the response. Toearn credit, the response must be consistent with the graph drawn in part (a).

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The response shows a vertical line segment with its bottom end at the level of the product line and its topend at the level of the top of the peak for the uncatalyzed reaction drawn on the graph.

2. For parts of the free-response question that require calculations, clearly show the method used

and the steps involved in arriving at your answers. You must show your work to receive creditfor your answer. Examples and equations may be included in your answers where appropriate.

In an experiment, a student places a small piece of pure into a beaker containing of . A reaction occurs, as represented by the equation above.

(a) Write the balanced net ionic equation for the reaction between and .

Please respond on separate paper, following directions from your teacher.

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water at is .

Calculate the following.

(i) The pressure inside the tube due to the

Please respond on separate paper, following directions from your teacher.

(ii) The number of moles of produced in the reaction

Please respond on separate paper, following directions from your teacher.

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Please respond on separate paper, following directions from your teacher.

can be produced by the reaction . A proposed

mechanism for the reaction has two elementary steps as shown below.

Step 1: (slow)

Step 2: (fast)

(d) Write a rate law for the overall reaction that is consistent with the proposed mechanism.

Please respond on separate paper, following directions from your teacher.

(e) On the incomplete reaction energy diagram below, draw a curve that shows the followingtwo details.

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Please respond on separate paper, following directions from your teacher.

Part (a)

Select a point value to view scoring criteria, solutions, and/or examples and to score the response.

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The response gives the following equation (phases not required):

Part (b)(i)

Select a point value to view scoring criteria, solutions, and/or examples and to score the response.

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The response gives the following calculation:

Part (b)(ii)

Select a point value to view scoring criteria, solutions, and/or examples and to score the response. Thepoints in part (b)(ii) can be earned if an incorrect pressure from part (b)(i) is used correctly in part (b)(ii).

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The response gives one of the following calculations with no errors:

(to three significant figures)

(to three significant figures)

Part (c)

Select a point value to view scoring criteria, solutions, and/or examples and to score the response.

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The response meets both of the following criteria:

The response indicates that has a lower ionization energy than does.

The response indicates that the valence electrons in are in a shell that is farther from thenucleus, so the valence electrons in have less attraction for the nucleus than do thevalence electrons in and are thus easier to remove.

Part (d)

Select a point value to view scoring criteria, solutions, and/or examples and to score the response.

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The response gives the following rate law:

Part (e)

Select a point value to view scoring criteria, solutions, and/or examples and to score the response.

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The drawn plot meets all three of the following criteria:

There is a curve that starts at the right end of the reactant line, goes up to form one or morepeaks, and then goes down and ends at the level of the energy of the product.

The curve has two peaks, the first higher than the second.

Unit 5 Progress Check: FRQ (2024)

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