CHAPTER 2 study guide

CHAPTER 2 study - CHAPTER 2 STUDY GUIDE In your own words state the law of conservation of mass Give and define the four parts to Dalton's atomic

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CHAPTER 2: STUDY GUIDE In your own words state the law of conservation of mass. Give and define the four parts to Dalton’s atomic theory. What was Avogadro’s hypothesis? Give the three components of an atom, their masses, charges and location in the atom. Define: isotope, atomic number and mass number. Fill in the following table: Symbol Cr 52 24 Protons 25 82 Neutrons 30 64 Electrons 48 86 Mass Num. 222 207 How are covalent and ionic bonds different? What is the difference between a molecule and a compound? Define: anion, cation and polyatomic ion. On the periodic table on the last page indicate: the alkali metals, the alkaline earth metals, the halogens, the noble gases, the transition metals, the lanthanides, and the actinides. Where are metals located on the periodic table? Where are non-metals located on the periodic table? Give the rules for naming: binary ionic compounds (type I), binary ionic compounds (type II), ionic compounds containing polyatomic, covalent molecules, and acids. Name the following compounds and molecules:
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This note was uploaded on 07/22/2008 for the course CHEM 105A taught by Professor Bau during the Summer '04 term at USC.

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CHAPTER 2 study - CHAPTER 2 STUDY GUIDE In your own words state the law of conservation of mass Give and define the four parts to Dalton's atomic

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