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$$$ Review $$$ Chemical Rxns (Ch. 11) Mole (Ch. 10)
It is a list of metals in order of decreasing reactivity. What reaction is it used for? Activity series, single replacement
What does the symbol mean? heat
What does the symbol (aq) stand for? aqueous
Equation that indicates only the particles that take part in a reaction. net ionic equation
Equation that shows dissolved ionic compounds as free ions. complete ionic equation
What is the generic formula for a combustion reaction? Fuel + O 2 -- CO 2 + H 2 O (If you had to, could you just be given the reactants and predict the correct products)
What is the generic formula for a single replacement reaction? A + BC --- AC + B (If you had to, could you just be given the reactants and predict the correct products)
What does aqueous mean? Dissolved in water
What is the symbol for a reversible reaction?
What is the generic formula for a synthesis (combination) reaction. A + B -- AB (If you had to, could you just be given the reactants and predict the correct products)
What is the generic formula for a double replacement reaction? AB + CD --- AD + CB (If you had to, could you just be given the reactants and predict the correct products )
True or False. In a double replacement reaction the reactants are usually two ionic compounds dissolved in water. True
What are the products of a combustion reaction? Carbon dioxide and water
What is the element that is usually a reactant in combustion reaction? O 2, oxygen gas
What is the generic formula of a decomposition reaction? AB ---- A + B
It speeds up a reaction by lowering activation energy. catalyst
Is it OK to change the coefficients when balancing a chemical equation? Yes
Is it OK to change the subscripts when balancing a chemical equation? No
Chemical equations must be balanced to satisfy _____ the law of conservation of mass
What is Avogadros number? 6.02 x particles per mole
What are the two main parts of a chemical reaction? Reactants and Products
What is a precipitate? A solid that forms during a chemical reaction
The unit that relates grams, molecules, and liters of gas? mole
What is STP? 0 o C, 1.0 atm
Balance the following equation. Fe + Cl 2 -- FeCl 3 2, 3, 2
Balance the following equation. SF 4 + H 2 O -- SO 2 + HF 1, 2, 1, 4
What conversion factor must be utilized to convert between moles and molecules/molecules and moles ? 6.02 x molecules/mol
Balance the following equation. SO 2 + S 2 Cl 2 + Cl 2 -- SOCl 2 2, 1, 3, 4
Balance the following equation. SrO + C -- SrC 2 + CO 1, 3, 1, 1
Balance the following equation. I 2 O 5 + F 2 -- I F 5 + O 2 2, 10, 4, 5
What conversion factor must be utilized to convert between moles and liters/liters and moles ? 22.4 L/mol, if at STP
Balance the following equation. CH 3 OH + Na -- NaOCH 3 + H 2 2, 2, 2, 1
Balance the following equation. B 2 H 6 + Cl 2 -- BCl 3 + HCl 1, 6, 2, 6
What conversion factor must be utilized to convert between moles and grams/grams and moles ? Molar mass
Balance the following equation. NH 3 + Br 2 -- N 2 + NH 4 Br 8, 3, 1, 6
Balance the following equation. NH 3 + Br 2 -- N 2 + NH 4 Br 8, 3, 1, 6
Ch. 8 – Chemical Equations & Reactions Define a Chemical Reaction Comprised of symbols and formulas that represent the reactant & products of the chemical.
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Chapter 11 Chemical Reactions. Word Equations Reactants Products Law of conservation of mass Iron + oxygen iron(III) oxide Hydrogen peroxide.
Mass is never created or destroyed-ALL must be conserved and accounted for during a chemical reaction The same number of atoms of reactant elements.
In a chemical reaction, one or more substances change into new/different substances According to the Law of Conservation of Mass a skeleton chemical.
CHAPTER Chemical Reactions. Writing Chemical Equations A chemical reaction occurs when matter changes from one composition to another.
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