What is the sum of all coefficients when the following equation is balanced using the smallest
possible whole numbers?
_ C2H2 + _O2 _CO2 + _H2O
(Total 1 mark)
1.7 g of NaNO3 (Mr = 85) is dissolved in water to prepare 0.20 dm3 o
Isopopes: holy twinsies!
Warmup: A sample of element X contains 100 atoms with a mass of
12.00 amu and 10 atoms with a mass of 14.00 amu. Calculate the
average atomic mass (in amu) of element X.
X-12: 100/110 = 0.909
X-14: 10/110 = 0.091
x = (12.
How to name organic compounds using the IUPAC rules
In order to name organic compounds you must first memorize a few basic names. These names are
listed within the disc
Name of the lab
Date you submitted lab
D1: Defining the problem and selecting variables
RQ: You must write your testable question in the following format: How does _ affect
Be specific. How does concentration affect rate is too vague. How do
Section 1C.1 & C.2
Reading Solubility Curves
What is Solubility?
Solubility: the maximum amount of
solute that will dissolve in a certain
amount of solvent at a given temperature
Solute = substance dissolved
Solvent = does the dissolving
Example: _ gra
Colligative Properties Worksheet
If I add 45 grams of sodium chloride to 550 grams of water, what will the
melting and boiling points be of the resulting solution? K b(H2O) = 0.52
C/m and Kf(H2O) = 1.86 0C/m.
What is the vapor pressure of the solu
Acids and Bases
Properties of Acids
What is an Acid?
An acid is any substance that creates
Hydrogen Ions (H+) in water.
Acids share several characteristics
Acids taste sour
Acids react with metals
Acids react with carbonates
Acids turn blue li