- official UT ID card (with your picture and name on it)
- a simple scientific calculator (not a graphing calculator)
- a pencil(s) and eraser
- memorized formulas in your head - not on paper or anything else
- nothing else is allowed

- A printed copy of the exam (every exam has a unique version number on it).
- An answer sheet for the exam. This is a bubblesheet for your answers.
- An exam cover page that has ALL needed conversion factors and data. No formulas will be given.
- A periodic table of the elements with symbols, atomic number, and atomic weights.

Δ*U* = *U*_{f} - *U*_{i}

Δ*U* = *q* + *w*

*q* = *m* *C*_{s} Δ*T*

*q* = *n* *C*_{m} Δ*T*

*q* = *m* Δ*H*_{trans}

*q* = *n* Δ*H*_{trans}

*w* = -*P*_{ext}Δ*V*

*w* = -Δ*n*_{gas}*RT*

Δ*n*_{gas} = (#mol gas prod) - (#mol gas react)

*H* = *U* + *PV*

Δ*H* = Δ*U* + *P*Δ*V*

Δ*U* = Δ*H* - *P*Δ*V*

Δ*U* = Δ*H* - Δ*n**RT*

Δ*H* = *q*_{P}

Δ*U* = *q*_{V}

*q* = *nRT* ln(*V*_{2}/*V*_{1})

*w* = *–nRT* ln(*V*_{2}/*V*_{1})

*q*_{cal} = -*q*_{sys}

*q*_{cal} = *C*_{cal}Δ*T*

*q*_{cal} = *m*_{water} · *C*_{s,water} · Δ*T* + *C*_{hardware} · Δ*T*

ΔH_{rxn} = Δ*H*_{1} + Δ*H*_{2} + Δ*H*_{3} + ...

Δ*H*_{rxn}° = Σ*n*Δ*H*_{f}° (products) - Σ*n*Δ*H*_{f}° (reactants)

Δ*H*_{rxn}° ≈ Σ*n*Δ*H*_{bond}°(breaking) - Σ*n*Δ*H*_{bond}°(making)

Δ*S*_{univ} = Δ*S*_{sys} + Δ*S*_{surr}

*S* = *k* ln Ω

Δ*S* = *q*_{rev} / *T*

Δ*S* = *n C*_{p} ln(*T*_{f} / *T*_{i})

Δ*S* = *nR* ln(*V*_{2}/*V*_{1})

Δ*S*_{trans} = Δ*H*_{trans} / *T*_{trans}

Δ*S*_{rxn}° = Σ*n**S*° (products) - Σ*n**S*° (reactants)

*G* = *H* - *TS*

Δ*G* = Δ*H* - *T*Δ*S*

Δ*G*_{rxn}° = Σ*n*Δ*G*_{f}° (products) - Σ*n*Δ*G*_{f}° (reactants)

Δ*H* = *T*_{eq}Δ*S*

We will provide all data for the exam. Specifically, we will provide a table of thermodynamic values, a table of phase change data, and a table of bond energies. We will also provide values for any constants and conversions needed.

Here is what the bond energy tables look like...

Here is what the thermo tables will look like - although *different* substances will be provided...

We might even add molar heat capacities (*C _{P}*

We will provide the data in some form of table. Be prepared to use any such table of data.