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1Name______________________________ Section:________ Chem 213 Lab Final B Spring 2007 Part I. Fill in the Blank (2 pts. each = 24 pts.) acid Charles’ Law K a precipitation spectroscope amphoteric electrolytic K sp pH strong anode extrapolation Kelvin qualitative supernate base filtrate oxidized quantitative thermometric battery gravimetric Nernst equation reduced voltaic cathode ideal permanent salt volumetric Celsius Ideal Gas Law precipitate salt bridge weak centrifuge According to Bronsted-Lowry theory, a(n) ____________ is a substance that accepts a hydrogen ion. An acid that dissociates to only a small extent is called a ___________ acid. The concentration of hydrogen ion in aqueous solution can be expressed quantitatively using the ________________ scale. __________________________is a common analytical tool for obtaining a good estimate of a value that cannot be measured directly. A(n) ________________________ is an insoluble product that forms upon mixing of ionic solutions. A substance that reacts with both H
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course CHEM 213 taught by Professor Keathe during the Spring '08 term at Northern Illinois University.

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