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Carnegie Chemistry

Chemistry Worksheet for quiz 2 MA (Fall 2014)

Zinc Zn
Iodine I
Fluorine F
Iron Fe
Magnesium Mg
Chlorine Cl
Sodium Na
Sulfur S
Potassium K
Phosphorus P
Calcium Ca
Nitrogen N
Hydrogen H
Carbon C
Oxygen O
Copper Cu
Written on the right side of equation products
Written on the left side of equation reactants
Define and give an example of: acid substance that releases hydrogen ions when dissolved in water Ex: HCl, H2S)4
Define and give an example of: base substance that releases hydroxide ions when dissolved in water (protein acceptor) NaOH sodium hydroxide,KOH
Define and give an example of:salt No ion in common -substances that yield a positive and negatively charged particle when dissolved in water NaCl
Define and give an example of: electrolyte a substance whose water solution conducts electricity due to the movement of ions Ex: saline
Define and give an example of: nonelectrolyte a substance whose water solution does NOT conduct electricity due to absemce of ions Ex: glucose solution, distilled water
What are the values of the pH scale 0-14
Which are acidic less than 7
Which are basic greater than 7
Which are neutral 7
What is the pH of the strongest acid? 0
What is the pH of the strongest base? 14
Describe the pH of: urine 6.0 Weak acid
Describe the pH of: blood 7.35- 7.45 weak base
Describe the pH of: water 7.0 neutral
What is another name for basic? alkaline
Neutral pH = 7
Created by: ma2b
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