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Chem. 2A

Periodic elements

H Hydrogen
He Helium
Li Lithium
Be Beryllium
B Boron
C Carbon
N Nitrogen
O Oxygen
F Fluorine
Ne Neon
Na Sodium
Mg Magnesium
Al Aluminum
Si Silicon
P Phosphorus
S Sulfur
Cl Chlorine
Ar Argon
K Potassium
Ca Calcium
Cr Chromium
Mn Manganese
Fe Iron
Co Cobalt
Ni Nickel
Cu Copper
Zn Zinc
Br Bromine
Kr Krypton
Ag Silver
Sn Tin
I Iodine
Ba Barium
Hg Mercury
Pb Lead
OH Hydroxide
CN Cyanide
NO3 nitrate
CLO3 Chlorate
C2H3O2 Acetate
MnO4 permanganate
HCO3 Hydroclorate (bicarbonate)
Nitride N-3
Phosphide P-3
Oxide 0-2
sulfide S-2
Fluoride F-1
Chloride Cl-1
Bromide Br-1
Iodide I-1
1 inch = 2.54cm
1 Meter = 1.61 kM
1 Mile = 5280 Ft
1 Lb = 454g
1 L = 1.06 qt or 33.8 oz
1 G = 3.78 L
1 g = 1cm3 or 1 mL
Equation for heat? Q = M Cs Delta T
Equation for specific heat? Cs = Q ------ M delta T
Equation for temperature? Delta T = Q ----- M Cs
Equation for Delta T? Temperature Final - Temperature Initial TF - TI = Delta T
ammonium NH4+
mercury I Hg2 2+ mercurous
Copper I Cu+ cuprous
magnesium Mg 2+
calcium Ca 2+
barium Ba 2+
zinc Zn 2+
mercury II Hg 2+ mercuric
copper II Cu 2+ cupric
Chromium II Cr 2+ chromous
iron II Fe 2+
lead II Pb 2+ plumbous
Tin II Sn 2+ stannous
aluminum Al 3+
chromium III Cr 3+ chromic
iron III Fe 3+ ferric
lead IV Pb 4+ plumbic
tin IV Sn 4+ stannic
hydride H-
fluoride F-
chloride Cl-
bromide Br-
iodide I-
Hydroxide OH-
cyanide CN-
nitrate NO3-
nitrite NO2-
Hydrogen carbonate HCO3- bicarbonate
hydrogen sulfate HSO4-
dihydrogen sulfate H2PO4-
acetate HCO3-
chlorate CLO3-
permanganate MnO4-
oxide O 2-
sulfide S 2-
carbonate CO3 2-
sulfate SO4 2-
sulfite SO3 2-
hydrogen phosphate HPO4 2-
dichromate Cr2O7 2-
chromate CrO4 2-
nitride N 3-
phosphide P 3-
phosphate PO4 3-
perfluorate FO 4-
Fluorate FO 3-
Fluorite FO 2-
hypofluorite FO-
perchlorate ClO 4-
chlorate ClO 3-
chlorite ClO 2-
hypochlorite ClO-
perbromate BrO 4-
bromate BrO 3-
bromite BrO 2-
hypobromite BrO-
periodate IO 4-
iodate IO 3-
iodite IO 2-
hypoiodite IO-
What is the charge for oxygen? -2
What is the charge for hydrogen? -1
What is the charge for group 1A? +1
What is the charge for group IIA? +2
What is the charge for group IIIA? +3
What is the charge for (bianary) Group VA? -3
What is the charge for (bianary) Group VIA? -2
What is ther charge for (bianary) group VIIA? -3
Copper I Cu+ cuprous
lead II Pb 2+ plumbus
Tin II Sn 2+ stannous
cobalt II Co 2+ cobaltous
Iron II Fe 2+ ferrous
Chromium II Cr 2+ chromous
Mercury I Hg2 2+ mercurous
manganese II Mn 2+ manganous
Copper II Cu 2+ cupric
lead IV Pb 4+ plumbic
Tin IV Sn 4+
cobalt III Co 3+
Iron III Fe 3+ ferric
chromium III Cr 3+ chromic
mercury II Hg 2+ mercuric
manganese III Mn 3+
What charge does a proton have? +1
What charge does a electron charge -1
What charge is a neutron? 0
Atomic number = # of ? protons
Mass number - # of ? protons and neutrons
Which transition will emit the longest wavelength? The one with the least orbits to jump. From 3 to 2.
Which transition will emit the greatest frequency? The one with the longest jump. From 4 to 1
Which transition produces visible light? The one stopping at 2. From 3 to 2.
How many subshells in a shell? Equal to number of shells. 1 shell = 1 subshell, 2 shell = 2 subshells....
How many orbitals in S ? 1 orbital
How many orbitals in p? 3 orbitals
How many orbitals in d? 5 orbitals
How many orbitals in f ? 7 orbitals
How many electrons are in each orbital? 2 electrons per orbital
List the colors of white light from shortest to longest wavelength: Violet, blue, green, yellow, orange, red
What is the wavelength range? 400nm to 750nm
The longer the wavelength the _____ the frequency and energy lower
The shorter the wavelength the _____ the frequency and energy higher
Created by: MichelleCheri



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