Atoms, Subatomic Particles and
the Periodic Table
Things to Memorize from Chapter 2
Prefixes for naming covalent compounds
Shared class files
(name, formula, charge)
Why do we need to
know about at
Chapter 2 (Cont.)
The forces that hold atoms together in compounds.
Covalent bonds result from atoms sharing electrons
(between atoms of similar electronegativity)
Molecule: a collection of covalently-bonded atoms.
Types of Formulas
B e a z l e y, H a m i l t o n . " N o R e g r e t s . " N e t L i b r a r y ( 2 0 0 4 ) : v i i . We b . 1 5 M a r
2 0 11 .
C a r o l yn , B u r k e , a n d E d i t h P i a f . " N o R e g r e t s : T h e L i f e o f E d i t h P i a f . "
G a l
Carolyn, Burke, and Edith Piaf. "No Regrets: The Life of Edith Piaf."
G a l i l e o ( 2 0 1 0 ) : 3 8 . We b . 1 5 M a r 2 0 11 .
C o ff e y, R e b e c c a . " T h i n g s Yo u D i d n t K n o w A b o u t S p i d e r s . " D i s c o v e r .
Chapters 9 and 10 Review
This is a review for Chapters 9 and 10. While I tried to include in this review the
important material that will be on the quiz and final, this is not the only material you
should study! This does not take the place of reading the
Percent (%) concentration
% (w/v) concentration:
mass of solute in grams contained by 100 mL solution
% (w/w) concentration:
mass of solute in grams contained in 100 g of solution
% (v/v) concentration:
volume of solute in mL in 100 mL solution
FINAL EXAM DATA SHEET
December 9, 2008
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EK = mv2
Eel = Q1Q2/d and = 8.99 x 109 J-m/C2
w = Fd
E = q + w
w = -PV
H = E + PV
H = E + PV = qP
H rxn = nH f(products) mH f(reactants)
Hrxn = (bond enthalpies of bonds
Identification of Unknown Organic Compounds
The identification and characterization of the structures of unknown substances are an important
part of organic chemistry. Although it is often possible to establish the structure of a compound
According to the Arrhenius concept, an acid is a substance that _.
A) is capable of donating one or more H
B) causes an increase in the concentration of H in aqueous solutions
C) can accept a pair of electrons to form a coordinate covalent bond
At equilibrium, _.
A) all chemical reactions have ceased
B) the rates of the forward and reverse reactions are equal
C) the rate constants of the forward and reverse reactions are equal
D) the value of the equilibrium constant is 1
E) the limiting reagent
University of North Georgia
CHEM 1212L-PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY LAB II - COURSE SYLLABUS
SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, AND MATHEMATICS (STEM)
CRN 2539, 2540, 2538
Empirical formula- gives the ratio of atoms of different elements in a compound. It's the simplest molecular ratio.
Ex: sugar= CH20
Molecular formula shows the actual # of atoms of each element present in a molec
The Nature of Nitrate and Phosphate Research Questions: 1) How does the amount of nitrate in an area affect the diversity of plant populations in Vulture Rock Creek? 2) How does the amount of phosphate in an area affect the diversity of plant populations
Thermodynamics Laboratory Stephanie Pham IB Chemistry SL 27 September 2009 Partners: Davis,Whiting PURPOSE: The purpose of this lab was to determine the relationship between the heats (enthalpy) of reaction for three related reactions using Hess's Law. AP
Stephanie Pham Molar Mass Lab IB Chemistry SL R. W. Johnson High School February 22, 2010 Candidate ID Number: 003342-005
DesignInstructor Directions: Lab gas is natural gas and so is composed of (mostly) methane, CH4. Your task today is to determine the
Stephanie Pham Latent Heat of Fusion of Ice Lab IB Chemistry SL R. W. Johnson High School November 10, 2010 Candidate ID Number: 003342-005
Research Question: What is the value, in Jg-1, of the latent heat of fusion of ice? Purpose: Lat
Stephanie Pham May 13, 2009 IB Chemistry Hydrogen Production Lab Procedures: 1. The ring stand was assembled by attaching the buret clamp. 2. Using rubber gloves, 10 mL of 6 M HCl were poured into a Pyrex 10 mL graduated cylinder, then transferred into th
Trial 1 Trial 2 Trial 3
Ice Water Room Temp Mixture 2 Mixture 1 Hot Tap Water 0.032 0.033 0.016 0.014 0 0.026 0.024 0.015 0.012 0 0.025 0.02 0.016 0.006
Ice Water Mass of Mg lost Ice Water (1.0C)Temp (15.9C)Mixture 1 (29.1C) Water (40.0C) Room Mi
Stephanie Pham HCl and Mg Reaction Lab IB Chemistry SL R. W. Johnson High School January 28, 2010 Candidate ID Number: 003342-005
DesignInstructor Directions: Investigate an aspect of the reaction between HCl and Mg. Research Question: Does the temperatur
3/16/10 Environmental Chemistry *The 3 areas of the environment are mutually interrelated systems: air, water, and soil. E.1 I. Air Pollution a. Air is a mixture of nitrogen (78% ), oxygen (21%) , argon (1%), water vaporhumidity (1-4%), and carbon dioxide
Stephanie Pham Drop Size Lab IB Chemistry SL Johnson High School October 26, 2009 Candidate ID Number: 003342-005
DesignInstructor Directions: Investigate Drop Size. Research Question: Is the mass of a liquid drop affected by the size of the pipette from
Acids/Bases Lab Stephanie Pham IB Chemistry SL Johnson High School December 17, 2009
Investigate the viability of the stock acids and bases.
The aim of this lab is to determine the viability of the acids and bases i