In class notes for September 19, 2007

In class notes for September 19, 2007 - General Chemistry...

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In class notes for September 19, 2007 OWL Chapter 4 o Acid/Base and Redox due next week Exam #1 o Furman 114 7-9pm o Covers up to Chapter 4 Dissolution and precipitation No acid/base and redox Metathesis reaction o A matter of switching the anion and cation pairs to see if anything happens. o See A o If the ions appear on both sides you can cross them out. In this equation you would cross out the potassium and the nitrate. The ions that are crossed cout are called spectator ions because they haven’t changed, just sat around and watched. When the spectator ions are eliminated, you get the net ionic equation See B o Know your solubilities because if something (like potassium nitrate) is soluble, it won’t be participating in the reaction. o See C o If all the ions are spectators ions then there is no reaction. o Another example o See D No Class on FRIDAY! Which of the following is a strong electrolytes in aqueous solution?
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2009 for the course CHEM 102a taught by Professor Hanusa during the Fall '06 term at Vanderbilt.

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