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12-2-10 - Lecture 17 - FINAL REVIEW

12-2-10 - Lecture 17 - FINAL REVIEW - FINAL Chapter 2 The...

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FINAL Chapter 2 – The Components of Matter Elements, Compounds and Mixtures Laws: Mass Conservation Definite Composition Multiple Proportions Matter subatomic particles Discovery of subatomic particles Atoms: Isotopes Organization of elements in periodic table
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FINAL Chapter 2 – Cont. Introduction to Ionic/Covalent Bonding Chemical Formulas: How to write them based on the atoms in the molecule or compound Nomenclature
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FINAL Chapter 3 – Stoichiometry The mole: what is it and how do you use it? Intro to Writing balanced equations: Calculate: Molar Mass Mass Percent Empirical Formula/Molecular Formula -introduce Combustion Analysis Limiting Reactant/Percent Yield Concentration of Solutions M 1 V 1 = M 2 V 2
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FINAL Chapter 4 – Types of Reactions Polarity of water - Why is water a good solvent for ionic compounds? Types of Reactions: Precipitation Reactions Solubility Rules Net Ionic vs Molecular Equations Acid/Base Reactions What is an acid?
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