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Chemistry Test 2

Chemistry second test
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Acid
sour
acid
dissolving metal
acid
Litmus turns red
Acid
Produces H+ (proton) in H2O
Base
Bitter
Base
Slimy
Base
Litmus turns blue
Base
Produces OH- in H20
Acid
Proton Donor
Base
Proton Acceptor
Acid
1-6 Stomach acid, soda, coffee, urine
Base
8-14 Tap water, blood, tums, ammonia, bleach, KOH (draino)
Oxidation
Gains oxygen atoms
Reduction
Loss of Oxygen atoms
Oxidation
loss of hydrogen atoms
Reduction
gains of hydrogen atoms
Oxidation
loss of electrons
reduction
gain of electrons
Oxidizing Agent
The molecule/element that becomes reduced
Reducing Agent
The molecule/element that becomes oxidized
Carbon Chain Formula
CnH2n+2
Methane
1 Carbon
Ethane
2 Carbons
Propane
3 Carbons
Butane
4 Carbons
Pentane
5 Carbons
Hexane
6 Carbons
Heptane
7 Carbons
Octane
8 Carbons
Nonane
9 Carbons
"Wax"
18 Carbons
The "ene" ending
Double bonds in a clyclohydrocarbon
The "yne" ending
triple bonds in a cyclohydrocarbon
Tyrosine
Y
Threonine
T
Arginine
R
Serine
S
Cysteine
C
Glycine
G
Glutamine
Q
Asparagine
N
Deoxyribose
Sugar found in DNA
Disaccharide
Lactose, Sucrose,
Monosaccharide
Glucose
polystyrene
coffee cups
Polyhexylene
PVC
polytetrafluoroethylene
teflon
Hemoglobin
Carries oxygen through body
beta
-1 electron
alpha
expels 4 protons
acetealdehyde
...
acetone
...
aldehyde
...
butyric avid
...
carboxylic
...
cylcloheanone
...
ester
...
ethanol/alcohol
...
formaldehyde
...
formic acid
...
ketone
...