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CHM103 Week 7 Class Notes (10/03-10/07)

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These notes cover 3.9-3.11
Chemistry for Life Sciences I (Lecture)
Elliot Atlas
Class Notes
CHM103, Chemistry
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  CHM103   Class   N  otes   Week   7   10/03­10/07)  ________________________________________________________________________________  From    revious     ections   ­ 3.4­3.8  ­ Ion  formation,   Ionic  formulas,  etc.  ________________________________________________________________________________  Chapter   3: Ionic  Compounds  ­ 3.9  Naming   Ionic  Compounds   ­ There   are  two    inds  of ionic compounds:  ­ Type  I  onic    ompounds   contain   cations      main   group   elements  ­ The   charges   on  these   cations   do  not   ary  ­ Do   not    pecify  he    harge   on  the cation  ­ NaCl   issodium  chloride,   MgCO   3 is magnesium  carbonate  ­ Type  II  onic compounds     ontain  metals   that  can  exhibit  more  than  one   charge  ­ Specify   the charge   on  the  cation  in these   compounds  with  either  the  old  (­ous,  ­ic) or the  new   (roman   numerals)   system  ­ FeCl  2 isiron  (II chloride   or ferrous   chloride  ­ FeCl  3 isiron  (III chloride   or ferric chloride   ­ 3.10   Some   Properties   of Ionic  Compounds  ­ Ions  in an  ionic  solid are  held  rigidly  in place  by  attraction   to their neighbors   ­ Once  an  ionic  solid  is dissolved   in water,   the ions  can   move   freely, which  accounts   for the  electrical  conductivity   of these   compounds   in solution  ­ Ionic  compounds   have   very  high  melting   and  boiling  points  ­ Ionic  compounds   dissolve   in water   i the  attraction   between   water   and   the  ions  overcomes   the attraction   of the  ions  for one   another.   Not  all ionic  compounds   are    ater  soluble   +  ­  ­ 3.11   H  and   OH    ions:  An  Introduction   to Acids   and  Bases    +  ­ Acid:   A  substance    hat provides   H   ions   n water  ­ A  hydrogen   cation   is   imply      roton  ­ When   an  acid  dissolves   in water,  the  proton   attaches   to a  molecule   of  +  water  to   orm     hydronium   ion  (H 3 )  +  ­ Different   acids   can  provide   different  numbers   of H   ions  per  acid  molecule  ­  ­ Base:  A    ubstance   that  provides     H   ions   n water  ­ A  hydroxide   anion  is a  polyatomic  ion,  O­H   through   covalent  bond  ­  ­ When   these   compound   dissolve,   OH    anions  go  into  solution   along  with  the  metal   cation  ­ Different   bases   can  provide   different  numbers   of OH  ­ ions  per  formula  unit  ­   ­ Naming   Ionic  Compounds     ­   ­ Naming   Acids  ­        


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