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SYARAT DAN KETENTUAN TUGAS DI ELISA

o Setiap mahasiswa peserta kuliah MK KD I wajib mengerjakan tugas sesuai materi dan
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o PASTIKAN Nama file (HARUS) mengikuti format : No Kelas_NIF_Nama Mhs
contoh mahasiswa kelas 1, nama Maya Hapsari, NIF 05658 maka nama filenya:
1_05658_Maya Hapsari

Nama : Maya Hapsari (Tulis nama sesuai daftar hadir)


No Mhs : 18/123456/PA/05658 (tulis nomor mhs lengkap) Tugas ke 1
Kelas :1 (tulis 1, 2, 3, sesuai kelasnya)

Pertanyaan
1. If one of the impurities in diesel fuel has the formula C2H6S, what products will be formed when it burns?
Write a balanced chemical equation for the reaction.

Jawaban
1. Diketahui …….
Ditanyakan : ………
Jawab : ………..
Tugas #1 Kimia Dasar I FMIPA UGM Tahun 2018

Kerjakan soal-soal berikut secara singkat, jelas dan benar.


Perhatikan syarat dan ketentuan di atas,
1. Consider the following four samples of matter.

(a) Which sample(s) consist only of one element?


(b) Which sample(s) consist only of a compound?
(c) Which sample(s) consist of diatomic molecules?
2. Do samples containing the following molecules demonstrate the law of multiple
proportions? Explain.

3. Epsom salts is a hydrate of magnesium sulfate, MgSO4·7H2O. What is the formula of the
substance that remains when Epsom salts is completely dehydrated?
4. How many atoms of each element are represented in each of the following formulas? For
each, name the elements present. (a) K2C2O4, (b) H2SO3, (c) C12H26,
(d) HC2H3O2, (e) (NH4)2HPO4
5. When sulfur impurities in fuels burn, they produce pollutants such as sulfur dioxide, a
major contributor to acid rain. The following is a typical reaction.

On the left are reactant molecules and on the right are product molecules in a chemical
reaction. How many molecules of each kind are necessary to have a balanced equation
containing the smallest total number of molecules? Write the balanced chemical
equation using chemical formulas.
6. Is the following chemical equation for the combustion of octane (C8H18), a component
of gasoline, balanced?
C8H18 + 12O2  8CO2 + 9H2O
If not, what is the smallest set of coefficients that would make the equation balanced?
7. A pycnometer is a glass apparatus used for accurately determining the density of a
liquid. When dry and empty, a certain pycnometer had a mass of 27.314 g. When filled
with distilled water at 25.0 °C, it weighed 36.842 g. When filled with chloroform (a liquid
once used as an anesthetic before its toxic properties were known), the apparatus
weighed 41.428 g. At 25.0 °C, the density of water is 0.99704 g/mL.
(a) What is the volume of the pycnometer?
(b) What is the density of chloroform?

8. A barge pulled by a tugboat can be described as a rectangular box that is open on the
top. A certain barge is 30.2 feet wide and 12.50 feet high, with the base of each side
being 116 feet long. If the barge itself weighs 6.58 × 104 pounds, what will be the draft
(depth in the water) if the cargo weighs 1.12 × 106 pounds in (a) seawater with a density
of 1.025 g/mL and (b) freshwater with a density of 0.997 g/mL?

10. When an object is heated to a high temperature, it glows and gives off light. The color
balance of this light depends on the temperature of the glowing object. Photographic
lighting is described, in terms of its color balance, as a temperature in kelvins. For
example, a certain electronic flash gives a color balance (called color temperature) rated
at 5800 K. What is this temperature expressed in °C?

11. Density measurements can be used to analyze mixtures. For example, the density of
solid sand (without air spaces) is about 2.84 g/mL. The density of gold is 19.3 g/mL. If a
1.00 kg sample of sand containing some gold has a density of 3.10 g/mL (without air
spaces), what is the percentage of gold in the sample?