2 Net Ionic EquationsMolecular Equations are frequently used to show what chemicals are mixed in a reaction, not which actually react. Net Ionic Equations are a simplified form of molecular equations that eliminate spectator ions and shows only those species that react.
4 Tips:For practice, write out the ionic form, breaking down only soluble aqueous substances. Then cancel and re-write the net ionic.Don’t worry about writing the phases, although it may help to write if a substance is a solid or gas, to remind you not to ionize it.The AP will always give reactions that have a net ionic reaction, but your exercises may not. If every substance ionizes, then the reaction does not occur.
5 THINKHow will you know if a substance is solid, aqueous, liquid, or gas?Substances are only aqueous if they are soluble and water is present.All insoluble compounds that contain metals are solids. Also, if the compound has a metal but no water is present, it is a solid.Most compounds that do not contain metals are not soluble and will not be broken down into ions. They may be gaseous.
9 Beer’s law A=abc A= Absorbance (light absorbed by the solution) a = molar absorptivity (given for the sample andwavelength of light(M-1cm-1))b = path length (thickness of the sample(cm))c = concentration (M)
11 Beer’s LawIf A=2 then 99% of the light was absorbed by the solution. The solution has a high Molarity.Molarity and Absorbance have a direct relationship: a dilute solution will absorb less light. More light will pass through.
12 Beer’s LawThe molar absorptivity constant of a particular chemical is 1.5/M·cm. What is the concentration of a solution made from this chemical that has an absorbance of with a cell path length of 1.1cm?A=abc.72 = (1.5)(1.1)(x)x=.44M
13 BEER’s LawA solution of 0.125M copper (II) nitrate solution records an absorptivity of What is the concentration of a solution made from this chemical that has an absorbance of 0.72?A=abc but “ab” are constant (same curvet, same wavelength)A1/c1 = A2/c2.125/.59 = x/.72x= .15M
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