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Unformatted text preview: NAMES/CHARGES : Cu(+), Ag(+), (Ammonium)NH4(+), (Ammonia)NH3, Zn(2+), Cr(2+), Ni(2+), Fe(2+), Cd(2+), Pb(2+), Co(2+), Sn(2+), Pt(2+), Al(3+), NEGATIVE ONE CHARGE: Hydroxide(OH), Hypochlorite(ClO), Chlorite(ClO2), Chlorate(ClO3), Perchlorate(ClO4), Permanganate(MnO4), Hydrogen Sulfate(HSO4), Acetate(CH3COO or C2H3O2), Nitrite(NO2), Nitrate(NO3), Cyanide(CN), Cyanate(OCN), Thiocyanate(SCN), Dihydrogen phosphate(H2PO4), Hydrogen carbonate or bicarbonate(HCO3). NEGATIVE TWO CHARGE: Sulfite(SO3), Sulfate(SO4), Carbonate(CO3), Hydrogen phosphate(HPO4), Oxalate (C2O4), Chromate(CrO4), Dichromate(Cr2O7) NEGATIVE 3 Charge: Phosphate( PO4) COMMON STRONG ACIDS : Hydrochloric acid(HCl), Hydrobromic acid(HBr), Hydroiodic acid(HI), Nitric acid(HNO3), Sulfuric acid(H2SO4), Perchloric acid(HClO4), Phosphoric acid(HP3O4) FORMULAS: pH= -log[H+], H+ = 10^(-pH), Concentration(morality) = (amount of solute)/(Volume of solution), IDEAL GAS LAW: PV=nRT,-- KELVIN=273.15,R(constant # .082057) BOYLES LAW: P1V1=P2V2, CHARLES...
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