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Oxyacids Most covalent nonmetallic oxides react with water to form acidic oxides which are oxyacids
Limiting Reactant reactant that is completely consumed
Excess Reactant reactant that remains after the limiting reactant is consumed
Theoretical Yield – the amount indicated by the stoichiometrically equivalent molar ratio in the balanced equation (what you should get if all goes right)
Actual Yield the amount of product that you actually obtain, usually in lab
Binary Acids acids that only have two elements – hydrogen and a highly electronegative element
Examples of Oxyacids sulfate, sulfite, bromate, bromite, hypobromite, perbromous (notice the "ite" and the "ate" in the name)
Examples of Binary Acids HCl, HBr, HI, H2S, HF (notice "H" at the beginning of each, also they would include "hydro" at the beginning of the name.)
Conversion Factors a ratio (or fraction) which represents the relationship between two different units. A conversion factor is ALWAYS equal to 1.
Created by: SG Luther