Chemistry, 11e (Brown/LeMay/Brusten/Murphy)
Chapter 22: Chemistry of the Nonmetals
22.1 Multiple Choice and Bimodal Questions
1) Of the atoms below, _ is the most effective in forming bonds.
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1.3 The Hydrogen Ion
1.4 Measurement of pH
1.5 Importance of pH in Cellular Metabolism
1.6 Imidazole Alpha-Stat Hypothesis
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Unit 3: Quantum Theory, Periodicity and Chemical Bonding
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10.1: Molecular Geometry
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Study of compounds that contain carbon
Inor ganic Chemi stry
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Bonding within molec ules
Forces bet ween molec ules
Normal physic al
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A homogeneous mixture of two or more s ubstanc es in whic h the components are pres ent as
atoms, molecules, or ions
The substanc e present in smaller amount
The substanc e present in larger amount
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Ch. #12 & 13 Study Guide
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. All of the following are heterogeneous mixtures except
a. whole wheat bread.
c. tap water.
d. an oil-water mixture.
CH 13 Solutions!
Solution = stable homogeneous mixture;
has the same composition throughout,
does not settle out, and particles are
dissolved; cant distinguish phases under
The solute is what gets dissolved and the
solvent is what does the d
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14 Solutions and Their Properties
Define solute, solvent, and solution
Define molarity, molality, mole fraction,
weight percent, ppm
Convert one concentration into another
Realize when density is
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Write the definition of each concentration in terms of solute, solvent, and/or solution:
mole fraction (X)
weight percent (%)
Each of these concent
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