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1 Tic-Tac-Know!Tic-Tac-Know! Exam 2 Review

2 Chapter 10 3 conditions necessary for polymerization

3 Chapter 9 Which of all the organic molecule types are polar?

4 Chapter 7 Define and give an example of a strong acid.

5 Chapter 8 Oxidation number of nitrogen in aluminum nitrite

6 Chapter 9 Draw a molecule that contains 4 carbons and an ester group, and name 2 physical properties.

7 Chapter 10 Draw the bracket structure of polyvinylidene chloride

8 Chapter 8 Which is an oxidation? Sodium ion  sodium atom Chlorine ion  chlorine atom Oxygen atom  oxygen ion

9 Chapter 7 Name 4 characteristics of a base.

10 Chapter 10 Draw the bracket structure of polyacrylate.

11 Chapter 10 Nylon is made of what monomer?

12 Chapter 8 Oxidation number of bromine in nitrogen tribromide.

13 Chapter 9 Draw a molecule that contains 5 carbons and a carboxyl group, and name 2 physical properties.

14 Chapter 10 Name 3 condensation polymers.

15 Chapter 8 Iron rusting is an example of which: oxidation or reduction?

16 Chapter 7 What is the pH (2 decimal places) of a solution with [H+] = 7.38 x M? Is this solution acidic, basic or neutral?

17 Chapter 10 Draw the bracket structure of polyethylene.

18 Chapter 9 Write the molecular formula and name of an alkene with 7 carbons, and list 2 physical properties.

19 Chapter 7 Carbonated soda (pH 3.0) is how many times more acidic than pure water (pH 7.0)?

20 Chapter 8 Write & balance equation, determine if redox, and list all info: Iron and calcium bromite react to form iron (II) bromite and calcium.

21 Chapter 10 Name 2 products made from polyvinyl acetate.

22 Chapter 10 Name 4 addition polymers.

23 Chapter 9 Name that molecule! 4 carbons, saturated, non- polar

24 Chapter 8 Oxidation number of sulfur in potassium hyposulfite.

25 Chapter 7 What is the [H+] (2 decimal places) of a solution with a pH of 4.75?

26 Chapter 9 Write the molecular formula and name of an alkyne containing 4 hydrogens, and list 2 physical properties.

27 Chapter 10 Draw the bracket structure of polyisoprene.

28 Chapter 7 Name 4 characteristics of an acid.

29 Chapter 10 Name 2 products made from polyvinyl chloride.

30 Chapter 8 Which is a reduction? Potassium atom  potassium ion Iron (II) ion  iron (III) ion Nitrogen atom  nitrogen ion

31 Chapter 10 Name 3 types of natural polymers.

32 Chapter 9 Draw a molecule of octanol and list 2 physical properties.

33 Chapter 7 Write and balance the neutralization reaction: phosphoric acid (H 3 PO 4 ) reacts with calcium hydroxide.

34 Chapter 8 Oxidation number of chlorine in magnesium perchlorate.

35 Chapter 7 What is the pH (2 decimal places) of a solution that has a [H+] of 4.48 x M? Is this solution acidic, neutral or basic?

36 Chapter 10 Name 2 products made from polypropylene.

37 Chapter 9 Which organic molecule types we discussed contain oxygen?

38 Chapter 7 What is the [H+] (2 decimal places) of a solution with a pH of 11.82?

39 Chapter 8 Write & balance equation, determine if redox and list all info: Ethane and oxygen combust to form carbon dioxide and water.

40 Chapter 10 Describe a process to make rubber stronger.


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