Chemistry Exam 2 Review
1. Be able to explain ions and covalent bonds and define which types of compounds form each
type of bonds
a. Ionic bonds (ions bonds): metals with non-metals
i. Examples: sodium with chlorine
ii. The metals share electro
October 6, 2016
Testing for Cations an Anions #16
The goal of the experiment is to determine the presence of cations or anions in an unknown salt and
with chemical reactions.
1. Set up equipment as instructed
2. Record sam
October 27, 2016
Gas Laws #12
The goal of the experiment is to determine the relationship between pressure of volume, observe
changes with temperature and volume, and graph data for volume and temperature of a gas. In addition,
we will use C
November 3, 2016
Reaction Rates and Chemical Equilibrium #18
The goal of the experiment is to describe how temperature, concentration, and catalysts affect the
reaction rate. In addition, using reverse reactions to explain equilibrium and us
October 13, 2016
Solutions, Electrolytes, and Concentration #14
The goal of the experiment is to observe solubility, determine different effects on the rate of solution
formation, be able to identify 2 different kind of solutions, compare co
Chapter 10-12 Exam Review
Use of Periodic Table to identify number of valence electrons for
elements in Groups 1A, 2A, 3A, 4A, 5A, 6A, 7A, 8A.
Based on the Groups Number, what is the number valence electrons?
Be able to use Dot Symbols to
The exam will consist of about 20 questions.
Some questions may have more than one part.
Items that you need to know:
1) How to calculate density and specific gravity.
2) Common conversion factors.
2.54 cm = 1 inch
454 g = 1 po
The correct use of nomenclature is an important part of chemistry. Nomenclature is
the assignment of names to chemical substances. Many chemicals are known by
their common names such as water. The use of
Qualitative Analysis of Organic Compounds.
The analysis and identification of unknown organic compounds constitutes a very important aspect of experimental organic chemistry. There is no definite set procedure that can be generally applied to organic
How to Write a Discussion and Conclusion
Step 1: Ask yourself a series of questions You should be able to come up with about 20-25 questions about a given experiment. The best time to ask the question is during the experiment. When you think of it, j