Stuff To Know Chapters 1-3

Stuff To Know Chapters 1-3 - 7. Know Avogadro's No. 8. Know...

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SOME GOOD STUFF TO KNOW Chapter 1. 1. Know definition of chemistry and divisions of chemistry 2. Know definition, kinds, and states of matter 3. Know definitions of element and compound 4. Know difference between a chemical change and a physical change. 5. Know metric system units for length, mass, and volume. 6. Know conversion factors (length, vol., mass) 7. Know how to convert temperature from one scale to another (F,C,K) 8. Know how to set up a factor dimensional equation 9. Know scientific (exponential) notation 10. Know how to determine number of significant figures 11. Know definition of density and how to use in problems Chapter 2. 1. Know definition of atom, molecule, electron, proton, and neutron. 2. Know masses and charges of atomic particles and which are located in the nucleus 3. Know Laws of Conservation of Matter and Energy. 4. Know chemical symbols of elements and ions and their valences 5. Know how to write chemical formulas 6. Know the definition of the mole and how to use it in problems
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Unformatted text preview: 7. Know Avogadro's No. 8. Know how to calculate the molecular weight of a compound. 9. Know the definition of ion, anion, and cation. 10. Know how to name ionic chemical compounds, acids, and compounds with trivial names. 11. Know how to determine percentage composition of a compound 12. Know how to calculate the empirical and molecular formulas from % composition. 13. Know difference between empirical formula and true molecular formula Chapter 3. 1. Know how to write balanced chemical equations. 2. Know the basic types of chemical reactions. 3. Know how to use balanced chemical equations to work stoichiometry problems. 4. Know how to determine the limiting reagent in a reaction. 5. Know how to determine % yield of a reaction. 6. Know definition of molarity and how to work solution and dilution problems. 7. Know how to work gravimetric analysis problems. 8. Know how to work acid-base titration problems....
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