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CH 8 to 12 Review

Compounds to Acids and Bases

Range from 0 to 6 on pH scale Acids
Range from 8 to 14 on pH scale Bases
Taste of acids sour
Taste of bases bitter
Made of cation and anion Ionic Compound
Made of 2 anions Covalent Compound
made of 2 atoms diatomic
made of 4 atoms tetratomic
prefix for 1 mono
prefix for 2 di
prefix for 3 tri
prefix for 4 tetra
prefix for 5 penta
bond: sharing 6 valence electrons triple covalent
bond: sharing 2 valence electrons single covalent
bond: sharing 4 valence electrons double covalent
starting material in chemical reaction reactants
ending material in chemical reaction products
used to speed up chemical reaction catalyst
numbers never changed to balance chemical equation subscripts
whole numbers used to balance equation coefficients
type of reaction: AB --> A + B synthesis
type of reaction: A + B --> AB decomposition
made of 1 atom monatomic
Created by: cadetjt