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When a conductor is placed between the two terminals current flows and the bulb lights up +- Plugged into a wall outlet. filament Two terminals 100 watt bulb
A 15 watt bulb
Properties of metals 1. they allow electrons to easily move through them so they conduct electricity and heat 2. they are malleable and ductile 3. they are lustrous
+ ++ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + - ---- - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - AgCl
Sugar is molecular C 12 H 22 O 11
Distilled water H2OH2O
Why does tap water conduct a little?
One conducts but the other doesnt! Which one conducts in water?
Click here for next page. Salt or Sugar?
Click here for next page Salt or Sugar?
Click here for next page What happens if we melt AgCl?
Charges would have to be separated and be made free to move.
Can show by charging up a van der graaf generator and discharging with a flame or a very high voltage…both ionize the air.
Unit 7: Reactions in Solution
II. Kinds of Chemical Bonds (p )
formula metal/ conductivity nonmetal H & O non metal none
Unit 12 Conduction in Liquids and Gases
ACIDS AND BASES. Distinguish between strong and weak acids and bases. Include: electrolytes and non-electrolytes Additional KEY Terms concentrateddilute.
Electric Charge Static Electricity
Complete Quiz You have 10 minutes to complete the quiz The Quiz is Open-Book (use it) Get help from your neighbor.
Init 3/1/2011 by Daniel Raymond Barnes. ... explain how salt dissolves in water... explain why some materials conduct electricity and others don’t....
BONDING. Bonds Between Atoms Covalent Ionic Molecules Network Metallic.
click on a number Click on a group name to go to more information.
Lewis Dot Structures Ionic & Metallic Bonding And…
Ionic Bonds Keeping Molecules together!. Some basics about the ion… Ion (EYE-ahn) An atom, or a group of atoms, that carry an electric charge Forms when.
The Periodic Table of Elements
Properties of the Elements. What are elements? Elements are… Pure substances made of one type of atom.
Chemical Bonding Ionic Compounds. Ionic Compound: 1. ionic compounds form crystals 2. high melting and boiling points 3. hard and brittle 4. conduct electricity.
Physical and Chemical Properties Vocabulary of Instruction:
Chapter 7 Periodic Properties of the Elements. Effective Nuclear Charge Z eff = Z − S Z = atomic number S = number of inner electrons.
A guide.. Is a valuable tool to chemists Gives a lot of information about the elements Can be used to predict properties of elements The Periodic.
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