Bell Work: Consider the following. 3 bottles of koolaidhow can we talk about
Concentration: the amount of solute per unit of solution.
Chemistry uses Molarity (M) to express concentration:
Turn blue litmus red
React with metals
Turns red litmus blue
Does not react with metals
Acid + Base
Products of a neutralization reaction have none of the properties of an acid or a ba
Determining the concentration of an unknown solution.
Use a a 2nd solution of known concentration (standard solution) that undergoes a
reaction with the unknown solution.
The point at which the two solutions are stoichiometrically equal is know
List of metals in order of decreasing ease of oxidation.
Alkali and alkaline earth metals are at the top. (active metals)
Group 8B and 1B at the bottom (noble metals)
Using activity series to predict reactions
Activity series can be used t
Types of Redox Reactions
hydrogen, metal, halogen
Ion-electron method for balancing redox equations
Overall reaction is divided into 2 half reactions.
One for oxidation
Acid Spills and Antacids
NaHCO3 and Na2CO3
are used to clean up
acid spills in the lab.
See page 120 for a list of antacids used in over the counter medications.
Day Eight 4.4
Housekeeping: Moodle Quiz
Bell Work: (1) How many grams of NaCl are needed to m
Properties of water
High melting and boiling point.
Expands upon freezing.
Dissolves a variety of
Pure water is rare in nature.
LS) Potassium chloride and oxygen gas can be produced by the decomposition
reaction of KClO3. How much O2 is
A substance whose aqueous solution forms ions; conducts electricity.
Ionic compounds & acids.
Substance that does not form ions in an aqueous solution; poor conductor.
Ionic compounds in water:
Day Seven 4.3
Write a net ionic equation for the reaction between a solution of barium chloride and
sodium sulfate (LS#16) or
A reaction between a solution of lithium carbonate with a solution of copper (II)