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Unformatted text preview: ical states) given a set of reactants for the following types of reactions: o Combustion Reactions o Single‐Replacement/Displacement Reactions o Acid‐Base Neutralization (including those producing CO2 gas) Strong, Weak and Non‐Electrolytes – strong electrolyte: breaks up completely → many ions present to conduct electricity – e.g. strong acids & bases, aqueous salts – weak electrolyte: breaks up to small degree → only few ions present to conduct electricity – e.g. weak acids & bases, insoluble salts – nonelectrolyte: a molecular compound that forms molecules in water → no ions → does not conduct electricity Acids and Bases as electrolytes – The list strong acids and strong bases will be provided. – Know that all other acids and bases are weak Be able to draw the major species (ions or compounds) present given a chemical formula or chemical equation. Representing Strong and Weak Electrolyte...
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