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# Test1-studyguide - Study Guide for Exam 1 This is no way...

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Unformatted text preview: Study Guide for Exam 1: This is no way meant to be an all inclusive list of the material that will be covered on Exam 1. The material that is in bold are the items that I expect you to memorize. ChanteLLMatteLandMeasurmnem States of matter — gas, liquids and solids Physical and Chemical Properties and changes SI Units Table 1.2 Metric system table 1.3 Scientific Notation Significant figures Dimensional analysis Key Equations p.47 Temperature conversion Density Percent error ChapIeLZ_AtQms_and_Elemem.s History — person, year, experiment done, discovery Periodic table — elements 1-36 and Ag, Cd, Sn, I, Xe, Au, Hg, Pb, U Atomic number, atomic mass, mass number Molecular weight Isotopes and calculations relating to them Mole, Avogadro’s number and calculations relating to them Molar mass Key equations p. 89 Isotope percent abundance Atomic weight W Types of formulas — empirical, molecular, condensed and structural Ionic compounds Naming cations, anions, polyatomic ions and ionic compounds Polyatomic ions (Table 3.1, p.107) - ammonium ion, cyanide ion, carbonate ion, hydrogen carbonate ion (bicarbonate ion), nitrite ion, nitrate ion, permanganate ion, hydroxide ion, sulfite ion, and sulfate ion. Ionic charges — know the charges for elements 1 - 36, except for scandium, titanium and vanadium. Molecular compounds — formulas and naming Hydrated compounds Relationship between formulas, compounds and the mole Deriving formulas from percent composition and mass data. ...
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