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Bonding Polarity & Geometry Writing and Balancing Equations Moles Percent Composition & Empirical & Molecular formulas Miscellaneo us
Which electrons are used in forming chemical bonds? A 100
Valence electrons A 100
What are the electronegativity ranges for nonpolar, polar, and ionic compounds? A 200
0 – 0.3 Nonpolar 0.3 – 1.7 Polar > 1.7 Ionic A 200
Define the 3 types of bonds. Include an example of each one. A 300
Ionic- transfer of electrons Covalent- Sharing of electrons Metallic- Sea of mobile electrons A 300
What type of atoms form ionic compounds? A 400
Metal + Nonmetal (or metal + poly) A 400
If 5g of A reacts with 3g of B in the reaction A+B C+D, how much C would be produced if 3g of D is formed according to the Law of Conservation of Mass? A 500
5g A 500
CO 2 B 100
Linear and Nonpolar B 100
H2SH2S B 200
Bent and polar B 200
BH 3 B 300
Trigonal planar and nonpolar B 300
CO B 400
Linear and Nonpolar B 400
CH 4 B 500
Tetrahedral and nonpolar B 500
List the 4 phase labels (abbreviation and what it represents) C 100
s-solid l-liquid aq- aqueous g-gas C 100
The balanced equation for the synthesis of water C 200
2H 2 + O 2 2H 2 O C 200
The balanced reaction when zinc is added to hydrochloric acid C 300
Zn + 2HCl ZnCl 2 + H 2 C 300
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The balanced reaction when phosphoric acid reacts with sodium hydroxide. C 400
H 3 PO 4 + 3NaOH 3HOH + Na 3 PO 4 C 400
The balanced reaction when water is added to gold C 500
NO 3 ReAcT 1 (ON) C 500
How many molecules are in 3 moles of potassium chloride? D 100
1.81X10 24 molecules D 100
How many moles are in 30.0g of sodium chloride? D 200
0.513 moles D 200
Convert 16 moles of KCl to grams D 300
1192 grams D 300
Calculate the molar mass of sodium chloride. D 400
58.5g D 400
You heat 10g of a hydrate and after heating 9g remains. What is the %H 2 O? D 500
10% D 500
What percentage of chlorine is in sodium chloride? E 100
60.7% E 100
What is the empirical formula for a compound that is 43.6%P and 56.4%O? E 200
What is the empirical formula for a compound that is 53.3% oxygen and 46.7% silicon? E 300
SiO 2 E 300
What is the molecular formula if the empirical formula is NO 2 and the formula mass is 92amu? E 400
What is the empirical formula of H 2 O 2 ? E 500
HO E 500
Which law enables us to balance chemical reactions? F 100
Law of Conservation of Mass F 100
The coefficients in the balanced equation for the combustion of hexane F 200
2, 19, 12, 14 F 200
Solid substance formed from the reaction between two aqueous solutions F 300
precipitate F 300
4 signs of a chemical reaction F 400
Color change Precipitate Gas formation Evolution of heat and/or light F 400
The balanced reaction in the decomposition of sodium phosphide in a balanced reaction F 500
Na 3 P 3Na + P F 500
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