CHEM102 EXAM2 MATERIAL

CHEM102 EXAM2 MATERIAL - March 1st and 4th Read 4.1 10.1...

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March 1st and 4th. Read: 4.1, 10.1, 10.2, 4.2, 4.3 Focus: Be able to identify solute and solvent and compute molarity from moles and volume and moles from molarity and volume Be able to compute molarity and volume after dilution. Be able to describe the types of molecular forces and the strengths of the interactions Problems: ch 10: 33; ch 4: 13, 15, 23, 27, 29 March 8th Read: 4.4-4.8 (Exclude titrations), 4.9 (just know that redox is another type of reaction -- do not need to learn to balance eqns) Focus: Be able to identify reaction types from the chemical equation. Be able to identify the species present in aqueous solution for strong, weak, and nonelectrolytes. Be able to write net ionic and molecular equations. Memorize the basic solubility rules and be able to predict products of precipitation reactions and write net ionic and molecular equations. Be able to recognize and write the products of neutralization reactions. Be able to identify redox reactions and be able to determine the oxidation state of a atom in a compound.
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