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Chemistry 1211K Notes

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Important terms and prefixes for Chemistry 1211K *Important information to know before Test 1
Principles of Chemistry , Professor Stroeva
Elina Stroeva
Chemistry, GSU, chemistry1211, stroeva, notes
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Date Created: 06/16/16
Chemistry 1211K Notes No2­: Nitrite No3­: Nitrate OH­: Hydroxide CN­: Cyanide C2H3O2­: Acetate CIO­ : Hypochlorite CIO2­: Chlorite SO32­: Sulfite SO42­: Sulfate Co32: Carbonate CIO3: Chlorate CIO4: Perchlorate HCO3­: Bicarbonate PO33­: Phosphite PO43­: Phosphate NH4+: Ammonium  Mono: 1 di:2 tri:3 tetra:4   penta:5 hexa:6    hepta:7 octa: 8 nona: 9 Deca:10 7 non­metals: (H2, N2, O2, F2, Cl2, Br2, I2) Density: m/V (mass divided by volume) Kelvin: C+273 Fahrenheit: (1.8*C)+32 Terms  Mass number: The sum o the number of protons and neutrons in an atom  Isotope: Atoms of the same element (same atomic number) that have different numbers  of neutrons  Atomic number: The number of protons in an atom   Law of Definite Proportions: Different  samples of a pure chemical substance will always contain the same proportion of elements by mass  Law of Conservation of Mass: Mass is neither created nor destroyed in chemical  reactions  Law of Multiple Proportions: The same elements can combine to make different  compounds and substances with different element ratios  Ion: Formed by an atom losing or gaining an electron; can either have a negative or  positive charge  Cation: Positively charged ion  Anion: Negatively charged ion  Intensive Property: Independent of sample size  Extensive Property: Dependent on sample size  Physical Property: Do not evolve change in the chemical make­up of a substance  Chemical Property: Does involve change in the chemical make­up of a substance  Compound: Unit of matter formed by two or more atoms of different elements  Molecule: A unit of matter formed when two or more atoms are joined together by  covalent bonds  Covalent Bond: A bond in which electrons are shared between two atoms; generally  occurs with two nonmetals  Ionic bond: Oppositely charged ions coming together  Insoluble: Unable to dissolve  Soluble: dissolves in water  Mole: the number equal to the number of carbon  Avogadro’s Number: 6.022*10^23  Reactants: What is being altered in chemical reaction  Products: The results of a chemical reaction  Limiting Reactant: The reactant that runs out first; limits the amount of products ot can  form  Theoretical Yield: The amount of a product formed when the limiting reactant is  completely consumed  Percent Yield: The actual yield of product often given is a percentage of the Theoretical  Yield  Percent Yield: = Actual Yield/Theoretical Yield *100


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