Quiz 02 Outline CHEM 180 F2011

Quiz 02 Outline CHEM 180 F2011 - Molecular mass for...

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Quiz 02 Outline Fall 2011 CHEM 180 Ch. 1: Sections 1–4, 1–5, and 1–7 (we need to do this again!) Measurements and Units (SI vs. English); Metric System and Prefixes Temperature Scales and Conversions (provided) Density: Calculations and use as a conversion factor Significant Figures: Counting them and tracking in calculations Rounding rules Scientific Notation Dimensional Analysis and Unit Line Equation use in problem solving Using exact conversion factors (provided except for the Metric Prefixes) Ch. 2: Sections 2–5, 2–7 and 2–8 only Isotopic masses; Fractional and percent abundance Average weighted atomic mass calculations: avg mass = Σ f i m i Avogadro’s number and calculations involving the mole Counting # of atoms/ions from chemical formulas
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Unformatted text preview: Molecular mass for individual molecules • Molar mass: Determination of and use as a conversion factor in g ---> mole conversions Ch. 3: Sections 3–1, 3–2 and 3–3only • Formulas: Chemical; Empirical vs. Molecular; Structural (condensed and expanded) • Ionic Compounds: Formula Units; Cation vs. Anion; Monatomic and Polyatomic ions • Composition of compounds (counting # atoms or ions from compound formulas) • Molar mass: Determination of and use as a conversion factor in g ---> mole conversions • Composition of compounds (counting # atoms or ions from compound formulas) • Percent Composition and Mass % of each element in a compound • Empirical Formula and Molecular Formula determination • Combustion Analysis applied to Empirical Formula determination...
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2011 for the course CHEM 180 taught by Professor Laux during the Fall '09 term at Orange Coast College.

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