NOMENCLATURE PRACTICE: September 4, 2009 Give an appropriate name or chemical formula for each of the following: NOTE: These are just examples. You must be familiar with ALL of the polyatomic ions on the polyatomic ion sheet and Table 2-2 and the simple m
All Group VII A ions Formula Ion Name 2O oxide S2sulfide 2SO4 sulfate SO32sulfite chromate CrO422Cr2O7 dichromate HPO42hydrogen phosphate OR biphosphate SeO42selenate 2TeO4 tellurate AsO43arsenate 3phosphate PO4 N3nitride 3P phosphide SiO44sil
1. Rules for Assigning Charges to Ions (Oxidation Numbers) General Rules: 1. The charge on a free element is zero. 2. Ions from elements in Column 1 (Group IA) have a +1 charge. 3. Ions from elements in Column 2 (Group IIA) have a +2
FULL SYLLABUS FOR CHEM 1211 IS ON THE E-LEARNING COMMONS SITE. INSTRUCTIONS FOR ENTERING THE SITE ARE GIVEN ON THE BACK OF THIS SHEET. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL OF THE INFORMATION ON THE E-LEARNING COMMONS SYLLABUS.
CHEMISTRY 1211 LAB SYLLABUS FALL SEMESTER 2010
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1211 Lab Practical Exam Questions
Test Administration 1. Each student will have exactly 50 minutes to complete a laboratory experiment to answer a specific question. Students will have an additional 10 minutes to clean up their work area, return equipment
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ENGL 1101 First-Year Composition I Fall 2010 Instructor: Chris Hall Telephone: 706-542-2259 email: [email protected] Office: Park Hall 328 Office Hours: MWF 10:30-12:00 and by appointment
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2. Ionization Energy
Example 5-4: Arrange these elements based on their first ionization energies (smallest to largest) their first ionization energies (smallest to largest). Sr, Be, Ca, Mg
You do it!
Sr < Ca < Mg < Be
2. Ionization Energy
Oxidation-Reduction Reactions: An Introduction
Oxidation is an increase in the oxidation number number.
Corresponds to the loss of electrons.
Reduction is a decrease in the oxidation number.
Good mnemonic reduction reduces the oxidation number oxidati