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South Pasadena AP Chemistry Name __________________________________ Period ___ Date ___/___/___ 3 Chemical Formulas S T U D Y L I S T I can: Formulas Look at a formula and state how many elements and atoms are in that compound. Calculate the molecular mass or molar mass of any compound. State that the mass of a molecule is measured in amu’s and the mass of a mole is measured in grams . Give examples of empirical formulas , molecular formulas , and structural formulas . Identify a formula as empirical , molecular , or structural . Ionic Compounds I can: List the names and formulas of 60 ions . State whether a compound is an ionic compound or a nonmetal compound . Write the formula of an ionic compound given the two ions or its name. Know when to use parentheses . Name an ionic compound given the formula. Determine the charge on an ion from information in an ionic formula. Nonmetal Compounds aka Molecular Compound Write the formula of a binary nonmetal compound ( molecular compound ) given its name. Name
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Unformatted text preview: a binary nonmetal compound (molecular compound) given its formula. Percent Composition Calculate the percent composition (by mass) for any compound. Calculate the empirical formula from percent composition data . Determine the molecular formula of a compound given its empirical formula and molar mass . Hydrates Give examples of hydrates and anhydrous compounds. Calculate the formula of a hydrate from dehydration data . The Mole State the significance of the mole. State the three mole facts for any substance (molar volume, molar mass, Avogadro’s number) 1 mole = 22.4 Liters @ STP (gases only) 1 mole = 6.02 x 10 23 particles (particles = molecules or atoms) 1 mole = gram molecular mass of chemical Use dimensional analysis to convert between moles, mass, volume, and number of particles for a chemical. Use density as a conversion factor in mole problems. Use gas density to calculate molar mass ....
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This note was uploaded on 08/31/2010 for the course SCI 56-1120 taught by Professor Unni during the Spring '09 term at Columbia College.

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