Principles of Chemistry 1 Study Guide Exam 1
Principles of Chemistry 1 Study Guide Exam 1 Chem 240
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Principles of Chemistry Exam 1 Study Guide Know the metric prefixes and be able to convert among them. o Tera, giga, mega, kilo, deci o Centi, milli, micro, nano, pico, femto Convert from decimals to scientific notation and vice versa. Use correct significant figures. Know the definitions for the following terms: o Atom, molecule, mole, scientific method o Heterogeneous, homogeneous o Chemical change, physical change o Metal, nonmetal, metalloid o Isotope, molar mass Create conversion factors based on given information, and use dimensional analysis to solve problems. Interpret mass number and atomic number and tell how many protons, neutrons, and electrons are in isotopes. Write basic structural formulas of alkanes. Know preferred charge of periodic table groups; Balance chemical equations. Be able to name ionic and molecular compounds based on ionic/molecular nomenclature. Identify ionic versus molecular compounds. Determine empirical formula when given percentages of composition. Determine formula weight when given a chemical formula. Perform calculations to determine limiting reactant and mass of excess product.
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