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CHM 205 Fall 2007 Dr. Logan CH 5 Learning Objectives Chapter 5: Chemical Equations and Stoichiometry Know the key equations , found on p. 223, as well as those described below. Understand the nature of ionic substances dissolved in water a. Understand the polar nature of water. b. Explain the difference between electrolytes (strong and weak) and non-electrolytes. c. Know the chemical difference between strong and weak electrolytes, as well as the implications for conduction of electricity in aqueous solution. d. Be able to identify the types of compounds that fall into each of the above electrolyte categories. e. Be able to define solute, solvent, & solution f. Predict the solubility of ionic compounds in water, using the table in your textbook You need to know the generalizations, not the exceptions.. g. Know which ions are formed when an ionic compound or acid or base dissolves in water. Recognize common acids and bases and understand their behavior in aqueous solution.
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