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IB Chem 1 SL

QuestionAnswer
NH4,+ Ammonium
CO3,2- Carbonate
OH- Hydroxide
NO3,- Nitrate
SO4,2- Sulphate
PO4,3- Phosphate
Formula to convert between particles (N) and moles (n) N = n x 6.02 x 10E23
Formula to convert between mass (m) and moles (n) n = mM
Formula unit Term for ionic compounds (smallest whole number ratio of the compound)
Empirical formula Formula of a compound showing the simplest whole number ratio of atoms of different elements in the compound
Molecular formula Formula of a compound showing the actual number of atoms of different elements covalently bonded in a molecule
Ideal gas law equation PV=nRT
Ionic compound formed from the attraction of positive ions (cations) and negative ions (anions). Metal and a non-metal.
Covalent compound. formed by sharing electrons. 2 non-metals.
Element A substance composed of atoms having an identical number of protons in each nucleus.
Atom Smallest part of an element as regarded in Chemistry (not Physics).
Compound 2 or more elements chemically bonded together
Mixture Contain more than one element an/or compound that are not chemically bonded together and so retain their individual properties.
Homogenous have uniform properties
Heterogenous have non-uniform properties
Created by: andrewweng0406