5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is the oxidation number of hydrogen when combined with metals?
- What must the oxidation number for a chemical species equal?
- the tendency of an atom in a bond to attract shared electrons
- How do you determine the volume of a sample?
- a -1
- b Reactant gains electrons (becomes more negative)
- c Difference between mass of empty container and container plus sample
- d electronegativity
- e The net charge on the species
5 Multiple choice questions
- the reduced species
- extensive properties
- when combined with other elements
5 True/False questions
What are the exceptions for oxygens oxidation number not to be -2 but -1? → Aluminum and gallium
When combined with nonmetals, what is the oxidation number of Hydrogen? → +1
The ration of the mass of a substance to its volume (D=m/v) → Fluorine
ions from two different compounds change places to form two new compounds. → Double Displacement or Double Replacement Reaction Ex. AB+CD=AD+CB
What is the oxidation number of Gp VIIA elements in compound unless combined with a more negative element? → -1