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CHEMISTRY REVIEW P1

Goes over matter, chemical bonds, and chemical bonding.

QuestionAnswer
What form of element has the same amount of protons but not the same amount of neutrons? Isotopes
Average Atomic Mass Equals? %abundance isotope 1 (mass of isotope 1)...
In the Periodic table, which feature of an Atom increases as you move to left and down the periodic table? Atomic Radius
Which 3 Atom traits increase as you move to the left and up the periodic table of elements? Ionization, Electron Affinity, and Electronegativity
What is Electronegativity? Electronegativity is an atoms ability to attract bonnding electrons to itself
A non-covalent bond has what Electronegativity level? 0
A Covalent Bond can has to have an electronegativity level of... 0<EN<1.7
Ionic Bonds have an electronegativity level of EN>1.7
VAT DA SCHNITZEL IS A Binary Ionic compound? A compound consisting of Ions of only two elements.
and... a Polyatomic Ionic Compound is what? A compound consisting of more than two elements
What is an Oxyanion? A negatively charged polyatomic ion that contains oxygen
An Oxyanion with one more electron than normal is called? (use CaCO3 for example) Percalcium Carbonate
A normal oxyanion is named how so? (use CaCO3) for example) Calcium Carbonate
An Oxyanion with one less electron is named how so? (use CaCO3 for example) Calcium Carbonite
An Oxyanion with two less electron is named how so? (use CaCO3 for example) hypocalcium Carbonite
one in ion numbers? mono
two in ion numbers? di
three in ion numbers? tri
four in ion numbers? tetra
five in ion numbers? penta
six in ion numbers? hexa
seven in ion numbers? hepta
eight in ion numbers? octa
nine in ion numbers? nona
Ten in ion numbers? deca
What is a hydrate? an ionic compound with water in its crystal structure
What is a Polar molecule? A molecule with uneven electron distribution, resulting in a positive and negative side on the molecule
What is a Non-Polar Molecule A molecule with even electron distribution resulting in the molecule being neutral
What is an Intermolecular Force? Attractive forces between molecules
What are the three types of Intermolecular forces? London dispersion, dipole-dipole, Hydrogen bond
what type of molecule has dipole-dipole forces? polar molecules
What type of molecules have london dispersion forces Non-polar molecules
What type of molecules have hydrogen bonds? Hydrates.
What two intermolecule forces also go by the name of van der vaal forces? London dispersion and Dipole-Dipole forces.
Created by: arosoth