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# Chemistry Final

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Question | Answer |
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Linear triatomic | |

What shape does BFlittle have | |

tetrahedral | |

What shape does SH little 2 have? | linear |

What shape does NBr little have? | pyramidal |

Define valance electrons | The electrons in the highest occupied energy level of an elements atom. (# of electrons in the last energy level) |

True or false- New atoms are created in a chemical reaction | True |

Name 5 different types of chemical reactions | 1. synthesis 2. decomposition 3. singles displacement 4. double displacement. 5 combustion |

What is the charge on CuCl (little 2) | 2 |

What is the charge on Ti(little3) P (little)2 | 2 |

What is the atomic mass unit? | A unit of mass= to 1/12 of a carbon |

6.02 x 10 (to the 23rd) | Avagadro's # |

What is STP | standard temp pressure |

What are the values of STP | 273 K and 1 atm |

What is the equation for percent composition? | mass of element / mass of compound times 100 |

What is the equation for Boyle's Law? | P1V1=P2V2 |

What is the equation for Charles' Law? | V1T2=V2T1 |

What is the equation for Combined Law | P1V1/T1= P2V2/T2 |

What is the equation for the Ideal Law | PV=NRT |

What is the equation for Dalton's Law? | Ptotal=Pp1+Pp2+Pp3 |

What is the equation for the Combination Law? | P1V1/T1=P2V2/T2 |

What is the constant for Boyle's Law? | Temperature |

What is the constant for Charle's Law? | Pressure |

When calculating for ideal gas law the volume should be in _____ units | Liters |

When calculating for ideal gas law temperature should be in _____ units | Calvin |

When calculating for ideal gas law the pressure should be in ____ units | ATM |

Change 54° to Kelvin | 325° |

Change -10° to Kelvin | 263° |

Pressure and volume are ______ related to eachother | inversely |

temperature and volume are _____ related to eachother | directly |

Pressure and temperature are ______ related to each other | directly |

temperature and energy are _____ relate to each other | directly |

volume and molar mass are _______ related to eachother | not related |

State the 4 properties of gases | 1. Gases are tiny 2. Gases are in constant motion 3. Perfectly elastic 4. No exerting force |

Define Limiting reactant | element that is all used up |

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