Worksheet: Introduction to Bonding
For each of the following statements, write I for ionic, C for covalent and M
_ electrons are shared
_ electrons delocalized
_ electrons are transferred
_ crystal lattice
_ nonconductors in t
CH 107 Introductory Chemistry Final Test used as a practice for CH 109 Placement
Test December 14, 2005 (am)
Choose the BEST answer for each multiple choice. For all equilibrium reactions the arrow will be doubleheaded (). Remember to balance any chemic
TEST 1: INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY
1. Chemistry is the study of matter (anything that has mass and takes up space) and the
changes it undergoes.
2. Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space.
3. Homogeneous matter looks the same throughout (pure s
January 03, 2017 - January 04, 2017.
Identifying the Presence of Electrolytes in a Solution and Using Good Observation to Find
the Chemical Formulas and Chemical Properties When Reacting.
In a chemical reaction, di
Nicky D Angelo.
October 20, 2016.
Determining the Chemical Formula of Hydrated Copper Chloride by Finding and
Calculating the Mass of each element in the Compound.
Law of definite proportion or also known as, a law of constant c
Part 1 (Sections A-C)
February 01, 2017
The Identification of Household Items as Acidic or Basic Solution and The Examination of
Different Redox Reaction.
The measurement of the acidity or alkalinity of a substance from a scale from on
Elad Yadeta and Jerry Ingram.
November 07, 2016 November 09, 2016.
The Use of Stoichiometry to Acknowledge the Difference Between the Theoretical Mass and
Chemical reaction is the process of rearranging the molecular structure o
February 17, 2012
How much caffeine is in the soda?
Caffeine is found in many different commercial soft drinks today, including Pepsi Max,
Diet Coke, and Coca Cola Zero. The amount of caffeine in a soda can be found by an analytical
March 14, 2012
Rate Determination and Activation Energy
Activation energy (Ea) can be defined as the energy needed to make a chemical
reaction happen and continue until the reaction is complete. Determination of the
activation energy is a ke
February 23, 2012
Lipids, Intermolecular Forces, and Solutions
Lipids are a group of molecules that contains waxes, glycerophospholipids,
steroids, and Triacylglycerol, or fats and oils. Triacylglycerol is found in many foods
April 1, 2012
Synthesis and Analysis of Aspirin
Just like most complicated chemicals, aspirin is made from simpler inexpensive starting
materials. Aspirin is also known as acetylsalicylic acid and is synthesized from the chemical
April 23, 2012
Acids and bases are measured using a pH scale of 1-14, more acidic values are
lower and more basic values are higher. The normal pH of gastric juice is 1.0-2.0 and
made primarily of hydrochloric acid. This jui
How Much Energy is in the Food? How Can the Heat of Combustion for
Magnesium be Determined Indirectly?
In order for human activity to occur food must be burned to acquire the energy
from the food. When food burns, energy is released in kiloj
How Can the Chemical Formula of an Unknown Hydrated Copper Chloride Compound be
The law of constant composition states that a pure compound always has the same
elements combined proportionally in any given sample. This proportion
Can Scrap Aluminum be Used for Anything?
Today, aluminum is in abundance in the United States and is used for transportation,
packaging, and building and construction but it wasnt always this easy to obtain. In 1852 the
price of aluminum was