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Chapter 4. - Chapter 4 Electrolytes and Nonelectrolytes...

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 4 Electrolytes and Nonelectrolytes Click on picture Click OK Video will play in your browser (ie. Internet Explorer) Click on PowerPoint Slide Show button on bottom of screen (NOT Microsoft PowerPoint) to continue viewing lecture after video stops To Play Video: Electrolytes Click on picture Click OK Video will play in your browser (ie. Internet Explorer) Click on PowerPoint Slide Show button on bottom of screen (NOT Microsoft PowerPoint) to continue viewing lecture after video stops To Play Video: Dissolution of NaCl in Water Click on picture Click OK Video will play in your browser (ie. Internet Explorer) Click on PowerPoint Slide Show button on bottom of screen (NOT Microsoft PowerPoint) to continue viewing lecture after video stops To Play Video: Spectator Ions If spectator ion(s) are in its formula an ionic compound is water soluble If spectator ion(s) are present an ionic compound is a strong electrolyte Spectator ions are NOT acidic OR basic Cations in Group 1A under H are always spectator ions There are no exceptions Cations in Group 2A under Mg are usually spectators...
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Chapter 4. - Chapter 4 Electrolytes and Nonelectrolytes...

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