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Fundamentals of Chemistry

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Fundamentals of Chemistry CHEM 116

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Rosendo Conn on Saturday September 12, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CHEM 116 at West Virginia University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 22 views. For similar materials see /class/202841/chem-116-west-virginia-university in Chemistry at West Virginia University.


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Date Created: 09/12/15
509089 0 CHEM 116 Dr Babb s Section Answer Key to Chem 116 Review Sheet Strong electrolytes strong acids strong bases and soluble ionic compounds Weak electrolytes weak acids and weak bases Nonelectrolytes soluble organic compounds that are not classi ed as weak acids or bases and other soluble molecular compounds AgNO3 sol BaIz sol PbSO4 insol Na2C03 sol SrNO32 sol CaClz sol AgOH insol PbC2H3022 sol NH43PO4 sol FeBr3 sol PbClO427sol ngBrz insol K3PO4 sol CaSO4 insol MgCO3 insol AgCl insol BaSO4 insol CuCl sol CaS sol FeZS3 insol FeOH3 insol A FeBr3 3 AgC2H3O2 7gt FeC2H3023 3 AgBr Net Ionic Eqn Br39 Ag 7gt AgBrs B NH4ZSO4 BaCl2 7gt BaSO4 2 NH4C1 Net Ionic Eqn Ba2 804392 7gt BaSO4s C HNO3 CsC2H3O2 7gt CsNO3 HC2H3O2 Net Ionic Eqn H C2H30239 7gt HC2H302aq D HNO2 CsC2H3O2 7gt CsNO2 HC2H3O2 Net Ionic Eqn HN02aq C2H30239 7gt N0239 HC2H3OZaq E 2 HClO4 BaOH2 7gt BaClO42 2 H20 Net Ionic Eqn H OH39 7gt H20 F 2 HClO BaOH2 7gt BaClO2 2 H20 Net Ionic Eqn HClO OH39 7gt ClO39 H20 G NaZCO3 H2804 7gt Nast4 CO2 H20 Net Ionic Eqn CO3392 2 H 7gt C02g H20 H NH42CO3 2 NaOH 7gt Na2CO3 2 NH3 2 H20 Net Ionic Eqn NH4 OH39 7gt NH3aq H20 I FeNO33 3 NH3 3 H20 7gt FeOH3 3 NH4NO3 Net Ionic Eqn Fe3 3 NH3aq 3 H20 7gt FeOH3s 3 NH4 025 M Ca and 050 M Cl39 00600 mol C2H30239 17 g A1C13 56 mL 648 M Na 028 M Cl39 CHEM 116 Dr Babb s Sections Review Sheet Acids Bases Electrolytes Net Ionic Equations Solubility and Molarit of Ions in Soln 1 De ne the following terms strong acid strong base weak acid weak base strong electrolyte weak electrolyte nonelectrolyte soluble insoluble and solubility List the seven strong acids De ne the following types of solutions saturated unsaturated and supersaturated What types of substances can be classi ed as strong electrolytes weak electrolytes non electrolytes List the solubility rules and use them to determine whether the substances listed below soluble or insoluble in water AgNO3 BaI2 PbSO4 NaZCO3 SrNO32 FeOH3 CaCl2 AgOH PbC2H3022 NH43PO4 FeBr3 PbClO42 ngBr2 K3PO4 CaS 04 M gCO3 AgCl BaSO4 CuCl CaS FeZS3 What are the three types of equations that can be written for any chemical reaction Predict products and write Net Ionic Equations for the following aqueous reactions A FeBr3 AgC2H302 F HClO BaOH2 B NH4ZSO4 BaClz G Na2C03 sto C HNO3 CsC2H302 H NH42CO3NaOH D HN02 CsC2H302 1 FeNO33 NH H20 E H010 BaOH2 What is the concentration of each ion in a 025 M CaCl2 solution How many moles of acetate ion are present in 300mL of0 100 M PbC2H3022 How many grams of AlCl3 are needed to prepare 500mL of a solution that is 075M in the chloride ion What volume in mL of 015 M Na3PO4 will provide 0025 mol Nal If 100g NaCl is added to 300 mL of 026 M Na3PO4 what is the molarity ofNa in the resulting solution When 250mL of 020 M BaCl2 is mixed with 350 mL of 020 M NaCl what is the molarity of chloride ion in the nal solution


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