Unformatted text preview: sparingly soluble salt. Define net ionic reactions and identify spectator ions. 5. Relate precipitation/solubility to issues involving fluoride/lead contamination in groundwater, fluorosis, fluoride remediation & soap scum formation. 6. Qualitatively predict precipitation reactions using K sp and/or general rules highlighted in Table 5.1. 7. Assign oxidation numbers to all atoms in a molecule or ion and identify oxidizing and reducing agents in a redox reaction. 8. Balance redox reactions using the half-reaction method, including reactions occurring under acidic or basic conditions. 9. Understand the iron smelting process to manufacture steel from input feedstocks, and the thermite reaction. 10. Understand and balance disproprotionation based redox reactions. 11. Work with stoichiometry of reactions in aqueous solutions involving acid-base and redox titrations (as in Lab 1, for example)....
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This note was uploaded on 12/20/2010 for the course CHEM 1a03 taught by Professor Landry during the Spring '08 term at McMaster University.
- Spring '08
- Acid-Base Reactions