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Exam 1 Review Sheet This review sheet is designed to help you prepare for Exam I. The topics, terms, concepts and questions presented throughout this review sheet are representative of the major areas covered up through Exam I. This review sheet is not an exhaustive list and you may be tested on anything that was discussed in lecture or in your assigned reading assignments. There will be an equation sheet at the back of the exam. I have already posted this equation sheet on Blackboard so you know what equations and constants you will be given. Use this review sheet as a guide for how to study. It is important that you understand the concepts and that you know how to apply the concepts. Chapter 7: Systematic Treatment of Equilibrium 1. Writing a charge balance equation. 2. Writing mass balance equations. Chapter 8: Monoprotic Acid-Base Equilibria 1. Strong acids and bases. Recognize when you have a strong acid or strong base. Know the common strong acids and strong bases (names and chemical formulas). Know how to calculate the pH of a strong acid or strong base solution at any concentration . How do strong acids and bases differ from weak acids and bases? Leveling effect. Be able to use the systematic treatment of equilibrium to derive the equation used to solve for a dilute (10 -6 -10 -8 M) strong acid or base. 2. Monoprotic weak acid-base equilibria. Recognize when you have a weak acid or weak base problem. Be able to write pertinent equilibrium reactions and equilibrium expressions.

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