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Exam Two Study Guide Basic skills: using the periodic table read the number of valence electrons in an atom or an ion use Avogadro's number and the mole draw Lewis structures, including resonance structures, and molecules that have atoms that do not follow the octet rule convert from molecular quantities to gram quantities (molecular weights in amu and g/mol, mole) and back calculate percentage composition and empirical formula; compare to molecular formula how to get empirical formulas from combustion analysis recognize isomers given their structures. Inorganic nomenclature (table in the inorganic tutorial): name common anions, and acids they are derived from name common cations name common salts name simple binary inorganic compounds calculate percentage composition and empirical formula; compare to molecular formula Organic chemistry and nomenclature distinguish and name the classes of hydrocarbons given a structural formula or condensed molecular formula, find the molecular formula of hydrocarbons distinguish and name several common functional groups (alcohol, carboxylic acid, amines, aldehydes, ketones)
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