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Naming Ionic Compounds Station Review
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16 Naming Ionic Compounds-S Naming Ionic CompoundsWhat are the structural units that make up Ionic compounds and how are they namedWhyWhen working in chemistry it is often convenient to write a chemical in symbols For example we mightwrite down the substance table salt as NaCl In talking about chemistry however it is a bit tacky to sayen-ay see-ell when we want to refer to a substance Also in form... Review.pdf
16 Naming Ionic Compounds S
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Naming Ionic Compounds What are the structural units that make up Ionic compounds and how are they namedWhyWhen working in chemistry it is often convenient to write a chemical in symbols For example we mightwrite down the substance table salt as NaCl In talking about chemistry however it is a bit tacky to sayen-ay see-ell when we want to refer to a substance Also in formal writing we should use th... Naming ...Compounds-S.pdf
Naming Notes
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Naming Naming October 29 2012Types of compounds for namingIonic oppositely charged ionsCation usually metal anion nonmetalsCovalent molecularNeutral atoms sharing electrons NO IONSAll nonmetalsAcidsCompounds beginning with H only when dissolvedin water aqueouso Otherwise are named like Ionic compoundsOrganicCarbon chains bonded to hydrogen with otherelementsNaming RulesIonic Compounds Metal Nonmet...
Unit 07 Naming
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Unit 7 Naming Honors Chemistry - Michalek 1Unit 7 NamingUnit 07Chemical Names and FormulasAuthorJ Galinski S MichalekIntroductory ResourcesAddison-Wesley v 5 - Chapter 6Addison-Wesley v 4 - Chapter 5Addison-Wesley v 3 - Chapter 5Main Idea SummaryEvery substance is either an element or a compoundA Compound consists of more than one kind of atomA Compound is either molecular or Ionic in natureMolecu... 07 Naming.pdf
Compound Flash Cards
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Compound Flash Cards SNC2DCut out the following flash cards and use them to quiz yourself or a friendGiven the name of the Compound identify the formula used to represent itor given the formula used to represent it name the compoundFor an additional challenge try identifying and Naming the Compound without referring to a periodictable your polyatomic ions cheat sheet or your Naming flow chartRemem...
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Microsoft Word - newduotang Inorganic Nomenclature Naming and Writing FormulasIntroduction questions1 A neutral atom has no overall charge and ion is a chemical species that has an overallcharge2 a anion negatively charged ion i e Cl-b cation positively charged ion i e NH4 Nac monatomic species a species made up of only one atom i e Ne Lid diatomic species a species made up of two atoms i e O2 NO ...
G104 Class5 Properties Of Seawater
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- freezing pointA salt in chemistry is an Ionic Compound composed of cationspositively charged ions and anions negative ions so that the productis electrically neutral without a net chargeSalts are formed by a chemical reaction between- a base and an acid e g NH3 HCl NH4Cl- a metal and an acid e g Mg H2SO4 MgSO4 H2- a base and an acid anhydride e g 2 NaOH Cl2O 2 NaClO H2O- an acid and a basic anhy
Chemistry 3 Lewis Structure & Ionic Bonding
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racticeShow the Lewis structure for the following elementsWhen 2 elements would have the same electron configuration you only need to draw oneElements Lewis structure Ion Lewis structurerefer to chartHNa KMg CaDoes not formB an ion N AAlDoes not formC Si an ion N AN PO SF ClDoes not formHe an ion N ADoes not formNe Ar an ion N AIONIC BONDINGAn Ionic bond is formed between a and a In an Ionic bond
Finalreview2011 Key
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The statement that a chemical compoundlways contains the same elements in exactly thesame proportions is called the law of t e h12 The statement that mass cannot be created or destroed in ordinary chemical and physicalchanges is called the law of Ov J vc ho c ftk1J J13 A subatomic particle that has a negative electric change is a n14 An atom s central region which is made up of protons and neutro
Hellstrom 80 Silver Ionic Pdf Sequence 1
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PII: 0167-2738(80)90004-1 Solid State Ionics 1 1980 199-2100 North-Holland Publishing CompanySILVER Ionic AND ELECTRONIC CONDUCTIVITY IN Ag GaSE E HELLSTROM and J SCHOONMANSolid State Chemistry Department Physics Laboratory State University of Utrecht3508 TA Utrecht The NetherlandsReceived 28 November 1979 in final form 4 January 1980Electrical measurements on the Mixed Ionic electronic conductor ...
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Microsoft Word - 1081art0jxkytp.doc ECS Transactions 12 1 303-315 200810 1149 1 2921556 The Electrochemical SocietyExergetic Studies of Intermediate-Temperature Mixed Ionic-Electronic ConductingSolid Oxide Fuel Cell Electrolytes Using the Wagner Mass Transfer ModelM Williams1 K Yamaji2 T Horita2 N Sakai2 and H Yokokawa21University of Utah USA2 AIST Tsukuba JapanThe exergetic and thermal efficiency...
Usg Sheetrocklightweightallpurposejointcompoundwithdustcontrol
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J1832 Sheetrock LtWt Joint Comp6-09.indd Submittal SheetSheetrock LightweightAll Purpose Joint Compoundwith Dust ControlSame great performance as original SHEETROCK brand PLUS 3 lightweight all purpose jointcompound with reduced airborne sanding dust for less mess and faster cleanupDust-control formulation substantially reduces airborne dust independently verified with Worker IndustrialHygiene Tes...
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In-Class Conversion Examples Chem 151 4 30 HomeworkFor credit due 5 2 at the start of class please hand in Questions 1 and 2 on a full sheet of 8 5 by11 paper on both sides if needed1 For each list of properties state whether the list describes an Ionic covalent molecular metallic or covalentnetwork solida wide range of melting points malleable ductile good conductor electricityb high melting poin...
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ined bya shell model Moreover using the ultrasonic technique under pressure the pressure derivatives of thesecond order elastic constants at 298 K have been determined up to 0 3 GPa All moduli increase linearlywith pressure in this pressure range allowing to determine directly and separately the rst derivative ofthe bulk modulus B0 5 8 These data are used to calculate a Murnaghan equation of state
Stpm Trial 2009 Che Qa Kelantan
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setiup soaian empal cadanganjawapan diberikan Pilih satu jawopan yang belul dan randolcan jawopan iIU padnhelaian jawapan aneka pilihan yang dibekalkanBoca arahan pada helalan jawapan ontko pillluJ ilU dengan relitiJawab semua soolan Marlwh lidal olean dUolak lxlgijawapan yang salahThis qUestiOD paper con ists of 13 printed pagesKertu loaran iai terdiri daripada 13 balaman MrutakpapercollectionCO
Intermolecular Forces And Liquids And Solids
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Microsoft Word - ch11im-9e.doc CHAPTER 11INTERMOLECULAR FORCES AND LIQUIDSAND SOLIDS11 7 ICl has a dipole moment and Br2 does not The dipole moment increases the intermolecular attractionsbetween ICl molecules and causes that substance to have a higher melting point than bromine11 8 Strategy Classify the species into three categories Ionic polar possessing a dipole moment andnonpolar Keep in mind ...
Development Of High Temperature Chen Chonglin
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210-458-6427 Email cl chen utsa eduGrant Number DE-FE0003780Project Manager Dr Susan M MaleyPerformance Period 09 01 2010-8 31 2013IntroductionMixed Ionic Electronic Conductive LnBaCo2O5 5 OxidesFull Scale Chemical Sensor DevelopmentSummaryOBJECTIVES GOALSThe objective of this research isinvestigate and understand the mechanisms of Mixed Ionic electronicconductive LaBaCo2O5 highly epitaxial thin-f
Exp 3 Identification Of Substances By Physical Properties
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point conductivity and hardness Chemical properties tell ushow a substance interacts with other substances Such properties include reaction with oxygen oxidationchlorine metals etc Determination of chemical properties results in the change of the identity of the substanceSome properties such as solubility melting point boiling point and density are independent of the amount ofsubstance being exam
Sheetrock Gkp Ploka Ta S Montavimo Instrukcija En Www Remontogidas Lt
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Regular Gypsum Panels have long edges tapered onthe face side to form a shallow recess to receive joint Compound andtape Made in four thicknesses 5 8 1 2 3 8 and 1 4 The 1 4thick panel should not be applied as a single layer but only to coverexisting wall and ceiling surfaces2 SHEETROCK Brand Gypsum Panels Water Resistant provide a water-resistant base for the adhesive application of ceramic and
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deral 1428 Republic of ArgentinaReceiVed December 6 1995XThe Mixed-valence Compound NC 5FeII-Im-RuIII NH3 5 - Mi was prepared in solution and as a solid sodiumsalt from Fe CN 5H2O 3- and Ru NH3 5Im 2 The binuclear complex shows two bands at 366 nm 3350M-1 cm-1 and 576 nm 1025 M-1 cm-1 assigned as LMCT transitions as well as a near-IR band at 979nm 962 M-1 cm-1 associated with an intervalence trans
Amalgam Risk Assessment
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bts about the apparent contradic- tion at largetion of providing a healthcare service with a materialthat contains mercury have persisted the entire time Amalgam An Inter-Metallic ColloidThere has long been an undercurrent of anti-amalgam sentiment Since it is a cold mixture amalgam meets neither the definitionwithin the dental profession ie a mercury-free movement of an alloy which must be a mixt
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2014 Curriculum Outline for Secondary 4 Chemistry 5073 Term Wee Topic Objectives Assignments AssessmentkTERM 1 Electrolysis describe electrolysis as the conduction of electricity by an Ionic Compound Assignment 1an electrolyte when molten or dissolved in water leading to theWeeks 1 - CHEMISTRY decomposition of the electrolyte4 OF describe electrolysis as evidence for the existence of ions which ar... Outlines & As...nce/Sec4Che.pdf
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netics of phase transformation electrodes for Li-ion batteries were investigated by developinga mathematical model based on Mixed-mode phase transformation by assuming that the phase transformationis controlled by both Li chemical diffusion and interface mobility The discharge model was validated bymatching the model discharge curves with the experimental discharge curves of two LiFePO4 samples at
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er amounts of energy need to be supplied to remove an electron Theelements become more non-metallic making it harder to remove an electron3 The have the most negative electron affinitiesa alkaline earth metalsb alkali metalsc halogensd transition metalsExplanation The electron affinity of an element is defined as the energy change thatoccurs when an electron is added to a gaseous atom The halogen
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Microsoft Word - Experiment 4.docx Experiment 4Qualitative Analysis of An Unknown Ionic CompoundIn this laboratory you will determine the cation and anion in an unknown Ionic Compound You willdetermine the cation s identity by investigating the reactivity your Compound with a variety of rea-gents To determine the identity of your anion you will a variety of clues including your Compound ssolubilit... Files/Lab/Experi...Experiment4.pdf
Name Formulawsheet 10 Answers
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Microsoft Word - jan2001 Compound Naming Race - SolutionsBe the first team in the room to correctly get all the names on this sheet rightWhen you have finished the first ten problems bring them up to the teacher to bechecked Once these have been checked move to the second ten Once allforty problems have been solved you re the winner1 copper II acetate Cu CH3COO 22 sodium hydroxide NaOH3 lithium ox...
Ws 9 3
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WS 9.3 2010 WS 9 3 Hydrates see pp 485-488 Name p A hydrate or hydrated salt is an Ionic Compound salt that contains water molecules trapped within its crystal structureThese water molecules are loosely bonded and can be evaporated out by heating the hydrate Once the water molecules have leftthe hydrate the salt that remains is called an anhydrous saltExamples of Hydrates MgSO4 7H2O Zn C2H3O2 2 2H...
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ksp lab Solubility Product Constant KspBackground InformationThere are many Ionic compounds considered to be insoluble do not dissolve in waterHowever no Compound is completely insoluble Every Ionic Compound dissolves breaks intoits ions to some extent when placed in water Recall that a saturated solution is one that hasdissolved in it all the solute it can hold at the given conditions Thus only a...
Esq Solubility
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Chem 201 Exam Study Questions page 1 Solubility Equilibria1 Ksp of Hg OH 2 3 0 10 26 at 25 C What is the molar solubility of Hg OH 2 at thistemperature fall 02 ex2a 3 2 10 4 M b 2 0 10 9 M c 5 7 10 6 Md 4 7 10 8 M e 2 9 10 8 M2 What is the name of the Ionic Compound in the previous problem fall 02 ex2a silver II oxide b mercury II hydroxide c mercury hydroxided silver hydroxide e mercury I oxide3 ...
Molecular Orbital Theory
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bond orders are possible Bond order 1 2 2 02Bond order 0 means stable moleculeHe2 has no bond not a stable moleculeHigher bond order means stronger shorter bondaccording to MO theory15 16 2013Draw e for Li 2 What is bond order of Li2 What is bond order of Li2Is Li2 stable Is Li2 stableHow many MO s for 2nd row non-metalsAntibonding2p 2pbondingb diOxygen-Neon2s 2sOxygen-Neon Boron - nitrogenB i25