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05 - 3 2 etc Polyatomic anions are common OH ‐ PO 4 3 ‐...

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Lecture 5 => Review of Lecture 4: True ions may be obtained in dissolution of non molecular compounds: e.g. from NaCl, Ca(NO
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Unformatted text preview: 3 ) 2 , etc. Polyatomic anions are common: OH ‐ , PO 4 3 ‐ , ClO 3 ‐ , … Cation: NH 4 + . Polyatomic species may remain intact in a chemical reaction or they may change – heads up. Chemical reactions: customary to write with smallest integer coefficients – always reflect conservation of # and identity of atoms . Balancing reactions: methodology. Assignments: Assignment #2 on MC.com due Saturday at 6 pm. Written homework due Tuesday 9/15 at 2 pm outside Baker 131. Read Chapter 5 by Tuesday 9/15....
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