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Tic-Tac-Know!Tic-Tac-Know! Exam 2 Review
Chapter 10 3 conditions necessary for polymerization
Chapter 9 Which of all the organic molecule types are polar?
Chapter 7 Define and give an example of a strong acid.
Chapter 8 Oxidation number of nitrogen in aluminum nitrite
Chapter 9 Draw a molecule that contains 4 carbons and an ester group, and name 2 physical properties.
Chapter 10 Draw the bracket structure of polyvinylidene chloride
Chapter 8 Which is an oxidation? Sodium ion sodium atom Chlorine ion chlorine atom Oxygen atom oxygen ion
Chapter 7 Name 4 characteristics of a base.
Chapter 10 Draw the bracket structure of polyacrylate.
Chapter 10 Nylon is made of what monomer?
Chapter 8 Oxidation number of bromine in nitrogen tribromide.
Chapter 9 Draw a molecule that contains 5 carbons and a carboxyl group, and name 2 physical properties.
Chapter 10 Name 3 condensation polymers.
Chapter 8 Iron rusting is an example of which: oxidation or reduction?
Chapter 7 What is the pH (2 decimal places) of a solution with [H+] = 7.38 x 10 -10 M? Is this solution acidic, basic or neutral?
Chapter 10 Draw the bracket structure of polyethylene.
Chapter 9 Write the molecular formula and name of an alkene with 7 carbons, and list 2 physical properties.
Chapter 7 Carbonated soda (pH 3.0) is how many times more acidic than pure water (pH 7.0)?
Chapter 8 Write & balance equation, determine if redox, and list all info: Iron and calcium bromite react to form iron (II) bromite and calcium.
Chapter 10 Name 2 products made from polyvinyl acetate.
Chapter 10 Name 4 addition polymers.
Chapter 9 Name that molecule! 4 carbons, saturated, non- polar
Chapter 8 Oxidation number of sulfur in potassium hyposulfite.
Chapter 7 What is the [H+] (2 decimal places) of a solution with a pH of 4.75?
Chapter 9 Write the molecular formula and name of an alkyne containing 4 hydrogens, and list 2 physical properties.
Chapter 10 Draw the bracket structure of polyisoprene.
Chapter 7 Name 4 characteristics of an acid.
Chapter 10 Name 2 products made from polyvinyl chloride.
Chapter 8 Which is a reduction? Potassium atom potassium ion Iron (II) ion iron (III) ion Nitrogen atom nitrogen ion
Chapter 10 Name 3 types of natural polymers.
Chapter 9 Draw a molecule of octanol and list 2 physical properties.
Chapter 7 Write and balance the neutralization reaction: phosphoric acid (H 3 PO 4 ) reacts with calcium hydroxide.
Chapter 8 Oxidation number of chlorine in magnesium perchlorate.
Chapter 7 What is the pH (2 decimal places) of a solution that has a [H+] of 4.48 x 10 -3 M? Is this solution acidic, neutral or basic?
Chapter 10 Name 2 products made from polypropylene.
Chapter 9 Which organic molecule types we discussed contain oxygen?
Chapter 7 What is the [H+] (2 decimal places) of a solution with a pH of 11.82?
Chapter 8 Write & balance equation, determine if redox and list all info: Ethane and oxygen combust to form carbon dioxide and water.
Chapter 10 Describe a process to make rubber stronger.
Practice Write a balanced formula equation for: aluminum + oxygen aluminum oxide Al +Al OO2 →O2 →Al 2 O
© Boardworks Ltd of 6. © Boardworks Ltd of 6 Why is it safe to put sodium chloride on fish and chips… Properties of elements and compounds.
Balancing Reactions Agenda Quick Quiz Notes on Balancing Reactions Practice, practice and more practice! Homework: More Balancing!
Top left Write the name for 1 oxygen and 2 fluorine atoms. Top right Identify as ionic or covalent. Bottom left Draw It. Bottom right According to VSEPR,
Acids, Bases, and Salts Get to know them!. Facts about Acids and Bases An acid is a substance that produces Hydrogen Ions ( H + ). A bases is a substance.
Now try this! Compounds. Which of these are chemical reactions? Melting Ice Boiling water Burning Carbon Lighting Fireworks Baking bread.
Chemical Reactions #1. Equations __________ equations – show the complete chemical formulas. Does not indicate ionic character __________ equation – shows.
Starter Write the balanced formula equation for the following reaction Identify the type of reaction Aqueous lead (II) nitrate was mixed with a hydrochloric.
Chemical Reaction - when one or more substances are rearranged to form different substances Products - the substances that are formed.
Telling a story….. Writing Chemical Equations Identify reactants, write chemical formulas. Identify products, write chemical formulas. Write.
Chapter 9 Chemical Reactions.
MolesGrams Chemical Reactions AMU’s Molecules & Atoms.
Chemical Reactions. In chemical reactions, one or more substances change into different substances. For example: combustion.
Warm-Up #38 Predict the products and balance the following reactions. Include the molecular formula, the structural formula and the names of all reactants.
CHEMICAL REACTIONS Chapter 8. I. Forming New Substances A. chemical reactions 1. process where substances change into new substances (a chemical change)
Acids, Bases, and Solutions
Chemical Reactions A process in which one or more substances are converted into new substances with different chemical and physical properties Examples?
FormulasNames Skeleton Equations Balancing Equations pH.
1 Chapter 11 Reactions in Aqueous Solutions II: Calculations Aqueous Acid-Base Reactions 1. Calculations Involving Molarity 2. Titrations 3. The Mole Method.
CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS AND FORMULAS
1. Write a sentence that describes
Chapter 9 Chemical Reactions. 9.1: Reactions & Equations Objectives Recognize evidence of chemical change Represent chemical reactions with equations.
Balancing Chemical Reactions
Chemical Reactions. Chemical Reaction _______________ – process by which the atoms of one or more substance are rearranged to form different substances.
Metals and Metal Compounds Unit E. Do Now: What characteristics does a metal have? What is an example of a metal?
AP Reaction Rules Examples You will need your own paper for notes.
CHAPTER 3b Stoichiometry.
The Elemental Dating Game Ionic & Molecular Compounds.
1 11 Reactions in Aqueous Solutions II: Calculations.
There are six main types of reactions
Chapter 2 - Chemistry of Life. Composition of Matter Matter – anything the occupies space and has mass.
CHAPTER 5 REVIEW SOLUTIONS. QUESTION 1 A Physical property Physical property – can be sensed, described, or measured without the formation of a new substance.
Unit I: CHEMICAL REACTIONS
Writing and Balancing Equations
Chemical Reactions. In chemical reactions, one or more substances change into different substances. example: combustion.
Predicting Products of Reactions Test Practice. Synthesis and Decomposition Objectives: Given the reactants, predict the products for synthesis and decomposition.
Acids and Bases Chapter 3 Sections Pages
Chemistry 140 Chapter 5 Chemical Reactions. 5.1 Chemical Equations 5.2 Types of Reactions 5.3 Redox Reactions 5.4 Decomposition Reactions 5.5.
© Boardworks Ltd of 36. © Boardworks Ltd of 36.
Unit 20 Oxidation and reduction Activity 20.2 Investigating redox reactions of aqueous chlorine Reference in textbook: Section S.
pH What is the pH of an ACID? Which type of OXIDE forms an ALKALI? Which type of OXIDE forms an ACID? What happens to the pH of an ACID when it is diluted?
Review Game Eureeka! Get out a piece of paper so you can make a note of what is on the exam. Keep out your reference table.
The student will learn: How to read/write balance chemical equations Identify 6 types of reactions interpret signs of written reactions determine physical.
Chapter 7 Chemical Reactions. htmhttp://www.periodicvideos.com/videos/011. htm
Bell work January What is the EMPIRICAL formula for a substance that is 63.52% iron and 36.48% sulfur? 2. Succinic acid's empirical formula is.
Many issues in society involve science and technology.
The Mole Chapter 11.
Ionic Equations & Reactions
BALANCING CHEMICAL EQUATIONS Chapter 6.5 DAY 1 & 2.
Section Balance skeleton equations Balance word equations.
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