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Study guide Chapter 2&3

by: Miranda Williams

Study guide Chapter 2&3 CH 1213

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This is an overview of what is going to be on the test and what needs to be looked over and understood. There are terms that will be on the test and concepts that you will need on this study guide.
Chemistry 1
Charles Nettles, II
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Miranda Williams on Monday September 12, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to CH 1213 at Mississippi State University taught by Charles Nettles, II in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views.


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Date Created: 09/12/16
Chapter 2 & 3 Study Guide Terms/Concepts/People/ Periodic Table/Compounds Thomson Period Ionic Compound Rutherford Group Compound Millikan Main group elements Molecular Form Electrons, protons, neutrons Alkali Metals Structural Form. Nucleus Alkaline Earth Metals Hydrate Atomic Number Noble Gasses Polyatomic Ions Mass Number Nonmetals Average Atomic Mass Halogens Atom Actinides Cation/ Anion Lanthanides Isotope Transitional Metals Law of definite proportions Metalloids Law of multiple proportions Daltons Atomic Theory Chapter 3: Terms Avogadro’s Number Dilution Empirical Formula Formula Mass Molar Mass Molarity Mole Solute/ Solvent Percent Composition by mass Concepts you need to know:  Need to know the atom, elements, Dalton’s Law of Atomic Theory o Law of constant composition o Law of multiple proportions  Atomic Number and Atomic mass o Identify number of protons, neutrons, electrons o Memorize elements and their symbols Isotope and Atomic Weight Atomic mass units (What are these?)  Isotope atomic weights o determine overall atomic weight with periodic table o determine atomic mass for missing isotope o determine percentage of one or two missing isotope


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