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Unformatted text preview: All other acids and bases are weak – Recognize H2SO4(aq) H+(aq) + HSO4‐(aq) Be able to draw the major species (ions or compounds) present given a chemical formula or chemical equation. Representing Strong and Weak Electrolytes – Show soluble ionic compounds and strong acids broken up into ions with a physical state of aqueous, (aq). – All solids, liquids, gases, and weak acids are shown as compounds. Molecular Equations and (Net) Ionic Equations – Molecular Equation: compounds shown intact – Complete/Total Ionic Equation: – shows strong electrolytes as separated ions – Spectator Ions: ions that remain unchanged during a reaction – Net Ionic Equation: Shows what substances change in a chemical reaction page...
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