Chapter 1 4. Scientific 12. Matter
variable composition! & No Pure substances
(Mixture Seporable into simpler
r Uniform throughout? substances?
Yes Herogeneous) Homogenous (Element) [Compound
Tea with Helium
Intensive properties :- Does not depend on the (intense intense heat amount of substance present
boiling point) - Used to identity substances
- Melting point, color, boiling point Extensive properties : - Depend on the quantity of (extend length) substance present
Don't forget about the age old question of What is the center of the heart?
- length, mass, volume
1 inch = 2.54cm
1m L =
K = °C + 273,15
Co K-273,15 of = 9/5 (°C) +32
(=[of -327 5%.
4. Significant figures Don't forget about the age old question of What is the common name for mosses liverworts and hornworts?
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2.5cm = 31.8cm
11. Three laws that led to atomic theoryl 1. Law of conservation of mass
• Mass remains constant during a
• Number of substances may change
but mass stays the same. Mass of reactants mass of product
2. Law of definite proportions
• All samples of a given compound, regardless
of their source or how they were prepared, have the same proportions of elements.
• Mass ratio: Mass of one element.
- Mass of second element
• Divide larger number by smaller
3. Law of multiple proportions.
- When two elements (A and B) form two NO2 2.28 g = 4.00 different compounds, the masses of N20 0.570g element B that combine with 1 g of
element A can be expressed as a *NO2 contains ratio of small numbers 4x more & oxygen than NO2 contains 2.28g oxygen to every 100g nitrogen NO NO contains .570g oxygen to every 1.00g nitrogen
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2 Atomic Symbols, isotopes, numbers
A X = The symbol of the Atom or Isotope
x = Atomic symbol of element z = Atomic number = #protons.
A = mass number - protons & neutrons
Isotopes atoms of an element with the
same number of protons, but a
different number of neutrons. 3 Periodic Table
- Learn where transition metals, inner transition
metals, gases are found
y atomic number (protons)
1 atom of Clin amu
Cation positively charged ion.
Anion : negatively charged ion
In forming an ionic compound, the cations and onions will combine
so the net charge of the compound is neutral.
• Metals tend to lose elections to become cations
Nonmetals tend to gain electrons. to become anions
6 Calculate atomic mass from percent abundance
and isotopic mass, Problem Silver (Ag : Z=47) has 46 known isotopes,
but only two occur naturally, oth and 10 A
Given the following mass spectrometric data, calculate the atomic mass of Agi Isotope Massa Abundance 107 Aa L 106.90 Sogo 51.84%
108.90476 - 48.16%
(0.5184 x 106.90509) + (0.4816 x 108.90476) = 155.41)
152.44) = 107.867 #remember sig figs.
How many Cu atoms Weighing 3.10g!
Given info: 3.10 g copper penny
mw = 63.546 g/mol
Avogadro's number: 6.022 x 10 Solution :
3.10 gto 1 mol 16.022x102 Cu atons
63.5520 L Imol.
2.9441022 Cu atoms
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Chapter 3 Concepts Naming Compounds Ionic compounds. Transfer of elections to non-metal.
Covalent compounds formed when elements share elections, which usually occurs between non-metals
name of/ charge of base name Ionic metal and nonmetal
(cation of onien
» iron (111) chloride
i base name of est dement) pictix 1 second element tid!
Binary acids (two element)
hydrol of nanmetal
Ex. HCl hydrochlovic acid @ Polyatamic ions Memorized
Carbonate: CO 2 - Sulfite: SO2 - Nitrite: NO2
Sulfate: 304 Nitrate : NO
Chlorite: Clog I Phosphate : PO 3 -
chlorate : Clo,
Naming Compounds Na S3 = Dinitrogen trisulfide /Covalent because (it doesn't have la metal
Na Cl ionic
FeSO4 = Ironcinsulfate Ivan (11) Sulfate
Dous + Acid
+6 I Fez (SO4)3 * HNO2)
psulfate ic + 6 H2SO4
Problems Exam 1 Study (vide
les 9.88 16 lft
1 ft3 1728 in?
1 in 2.34cm3
lin? 16.387 cm3
453.599 = 0.1582 6 / mL
= 10. 158 9/mL
(same sig figs as the 9.881b/ft3 which was starting
125 years ?
= 125 yr x 365.24 days 24 hr 60 min & 60 sec
lyr Iday Ihr Imin = 3944592000 = 13.94x109/
3 You have 253.5g of Cu wire
a) How many moles is this?
253.5 g Cox
= 3.989 mol of Cul
I b) How mong
3.989 mol x
6.022 x 102 atoms = 2.402 x 1024
Isotopes are atoms of the same element with the same number of protons, but different number of neutions.
Calculate the atomic mass of bromine given the following information: Br-79=78,918 amo 51% abundance Br-
81= 80.916 amu 49% abundance
(78.918 amu) (0.51) = 40.248 (80.916 amo) (0.49 = 39,649
& Identify the number of neutrons and the element
for the isotope below.
13 1 Xe neutrons : 77
A cation is a positively charged species when an atom loses an election, and an anich is a negatively charged species when on atom
gains an election.
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You know that carbon has an average isotopic mass of 12.05 amo. Calbon has two isotopes one with 6 neations and one with 7 neations. What is the isotopic abundance of each species?
(= bet + b n = ( 12 = 12.x
bet + 7 h = 613 = 13.1-x
12.05 12 (X) + 13 (1-x) = 12.05amu
12x + 13 - 13x = 12.05
12+ - 13x = -95
x=.95F 95 % for
Determine the molecular formula for a
compound that is 49.48% carbon, 5.19% Hydrogen, 28.55% Nitrogen , and 16.48% Oxygen,
The molar mass is 194. 19 g/mol.. 49.48gC l ml
24 Hs No 0 = 97g/mol imol 2
194.19 - 16.48 g Olnog = 1
5.199 H 28.859 N