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Unformatted text preview: Study Guide: Exam 2 Chem 1030 (Dr. Ring) Earlier stuff you especially need to remember: Unit Conversions (Ch1) Names/Ionic Charges of compounds (Ch2) Names/Charges of Acids/Bases (Ch2) and Neutralization Reactions (Ch4): While you should be able to discern the name/molecular formula of any acid or base, I want you to really focus on the weak acids/bases we mentioned in the notes as well as all of the strong acids and bases (from Table 4.2). Be able to balance a neutralization reaction between any strong acid and strong base! Convert readily between moles and grams (Ch3) Balance equations (Ch3) Chapter 4: 1) Oxidation Numbers (4.49) (particularly of ionic compounds/acids bases) 2) Redox reactions (4.51): a. What is being reduced? b. What is being oxidized? 3) Activity series; you dont have to memorize the table, but understand what it means and what information we can take away from it (4.55) 4) Molarity: Be able to convert between grams, moles, volume, and molarity (4.61-4.65); and that when you have moles of an aqueous molarity (4....
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