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Chem 2045 test 1

QuestionAnswer
Weight Effect of gravity on mass
Physical prop Determined without altering identity
Chemical Prop Determined only by altering identity
Atomic number #of protons in nucleus
Element cant be broken down by physical or chemical changes
Avogadros number 6.022x1023
Liquid definite volume no definite shape
solid has definite shape and volume
compound can be broken down by chemical but not physical changes
gas Has neither definite volume or shape
Spectator ions only "observes" the reaction
Net Ionic form "bare bones" reaction
Strong acid produces a 100% yield of H+ ions upon dissolution
Non-electrolyte Produces a 0% yield of ions
Strong electrolyte produces a 100% yield of ions upon dissolution
Molecular WT GFW of a covalent compound
Ionization Creation of ions upon dissolution
Ionic WT GFW of an ionic compound
Allotrope Different physical forms of an element
Dissociation Separation of ions upon dissolution
KCL Potassium chloride
CuBr Copper(I) Bromide
SO2 Sulfur Dioxide
Hg2F2 Mercury(I) Fluoride
HCIO3 Hydrochloric acid
Nitrogen Pentoxide N2O5
Nitrous Acid HNO2
Barium Hydroxide Ba(OH)2
Created by: nzambrano