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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 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 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.
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Topic 5 Acids in Action. Topic 5.1 Acids in Action What does the pH scale measure? What pH numbers refer to acids? What pH numbers refer to alkalis? What.
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Using the methods of stoichiometry, we can measure the amounts of substances involved in chemical reactions and relate them to one another. Stoichiometry.
Formulae, Equations and Amount of Substance Basic Definitions and Writing Balanced Equations.
Organic Chemistry Chapters 22 & 23. Organic Chemistry The study of carbon-containing compounds and their properties Carbon can bond strongly to itself.
Atomic Structure & Periodic Table EXAM REVIEW. Point to the Alkali Metals on your Periodic Table Point to the Alkaline Earth Metals on your Periodic Table.
CHEMICAL REACTIONS. Chemical Reactions A chemical reaction is a process in which the physical and chemical properties of the original substances change.
Identifying Types of Chemical Reactions. Synthesis (Combination) Reactions Synthesis: A synthesis reaction is when two or more elements or simple compounds.
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