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Chem 124 Dr. Neff Exam 1 Study Guide This is a summary of the key concepts you should understand and be able to apply and skills I think you should have and be able to apply for Exam 1. You should be able to tell the more important concepts from amount of time spent on them in class and through the types of problems I assigned, in workbook and text. Of course, Chapters 1-5 are also fair game, as are all the labs we’ve done so far – particularly the reactions and gas law labs! Chapters 1 – 5 Conversion from one metric unit to another (g to mg, m to km, etc) Conversion from English to Metric given conversion factor Basic Chemical Nomenclature (what is formula for potassium sulfate? Carbon dioxide?) Traits of different states of matter (solid, liquid, gas) Components of Matter (Compounds, elements, atoms, ions, electrons, protons, neutrons, isotopes) Translating & Balancing Chemical Equations – this includes being able to predict products for types of reactions listed on orange handout Using Chemical Equations to do Stoichiometry (given this reaction, X grams of reactant Y makes how many grams of product Z?) Recognizing simple reaction types (acid-base, precipitation, combustion, combination, decomposition, etc) Chapter 6 – Thermochemistry
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