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electrolytes and #'s

recycling numbers and electrolytes

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polyethylene; 1; plastic bags, bottles, electrical insulation, toys
polyvinylchloride 3; plastic wrap, garden hoses, phonograph records, naugahyde
polyethylene 4,plastic bags, bottles, electrical insulation, toys
polypropylene 5; bottles, indoor-outdoor carpets
polystyrene 6; packaging styrofoam, packing materials, cups, insulation
polyacrylonitrile 7; yarn, carpets
polytertrafluoroethylene 7; non-stick coating, electrical insulation
polyvinylacetate 7; adhesives, paint, chewing gum, textiles (sizing) paper bags
1-Polybuylene/2-Polybutylene 7; plastic tubing
3-Polybutadiene/Polyisoprene 7; synthetic rubber
strong electrolytes (ionization) compound almost completely ionizes
strong electrolytes strong acids (H-); strong bases (-OH); soluble salts
Strong Acids halogen acids, oxychloride acids, two others
halogen acids HCl; HBr; HI
Oxychloride acids HClO4
Two other acids H2SO4; HNO3
strong bases alkali metal hydroxide bases (not Fr); alkaline earth Metals hydroxides
alkali metal hydroxide bases LiOH; NaOH; KOH; RbOH; CsOH; not Fr
alkaline earth Metals hydroxide base Ba(OH)2
weak electrolytes (ionization) compounds partially ionizes
weak electrolytes weak acids, weak bases, insoluble salts, carboxlic acids, quaternary amines
non-electrolytes di-atomic molecules; organic molecules(except organic(carboxylic) acids and quats); molecular compounds
Created by: lefty7590