Quiz 03 Outline CHEM 180 F2011

Quiz 03 Outline CHEM 180 F2011 - Reactions and use of...

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Quiz 03 Outline Fall 2011 CHEM 180 Chapter 3: Chemical Compounds: Sections 3–1, 3–4, 3–5 and 3–6. Bonds: Ionic vs. Covalent 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) Oxidation States (assign a value for all atoms in a species except one and solve for it). Basic Nomenclature (Ionic and Covalent compounds and Acids). Know the Nomenclature Flowchart on p. 92 in the GCN (and Powerpoint Overview). (there’s a great practice worksheet on pp.: 93 to 94 in your GCN). Ch. 4: Chemical Reactions: All Sections except 4–3
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Unformatted text preview: Reactions and use of Chemical Equations to represent them Signs of a chemical reaction Balancing chemical equations and stoichiometric coefficients States of matter (s, l, g, aq) Reaction conditions (heat, catalysts, etc.) Writing chemical equations (reactants and product identities, states, and conditions). Stoichiometry and the Stoichiometric Factor (mol to mol ratio) as a conversion factor. Applying density, % composition and metric conversions to stoichiometric calculations. Limiting Reactant problems. Actual yield, Maximum theoretical yield and % yield calculations. Using stoichiometric factors in a sequence of equations....
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