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Chemistry 521A
Physical property
Valance electrons
Ionic bonding
Lewis dot diagram
A property that can be measured with out changing what makes…
The outer ring
Attraction between positive and negative ions that forms a cr…
Uses Valance electrons (group #) it replicates the outer ring…
Physical property
A property that can be measured with out changing what makes…
Valance electrons
The outer ring
Chem 521A Chapter 6/7
what is the pattern on the periodic ta…
why are electrons important?
electronegativity
electron displacement
atoms are larger as you go down a group and atoms are smaller…
they are important because they are responsible for the chemi…
the tendency of an atom to attract electrons to itself when i…
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what is the pattern on the periodic ta…
atoms are larger as you go down a group and atoms are smaller…
why are electrons important?
they are important because they are responsible for the chemi…
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Chemistry
Isotope
Isotopic abundance
Atomic mass units
Average atomic mass
An atom with different number of neutrons but same number of…
The relative amount in which each isotope is present in an el…
How we express masses of atoms in relation to carbon-12
The average of masses of naturally occurring isotopes weighte…
Isotope
An atom with different number of neutrons but same number of…
Isotopic abundance
The relative amount in which each isotope is present in an el…
Chemistry 521 Test#5
Stoichiometry
Limiting reactant
Excess reactant
Theoretical yield
That branch of chemistry that deals with the mass-mole calcul…
Is the reactant that is completely used up in a reaction
Is the reactant that remains after a reaction
The amount of product that is produced by a chemical reaction…
Stoichiometry
That branch of chemistry that deals with the mass-mole calcul…
Limiting reactant
Is the reactant that is completely used up in a reaction
Chemistry Test #6
Structural diagram
Isomers
Aliphatic hydrocarbons
Organic compound
A two-dimensional representation of the structure of a compound
Compounds that have the formula, but different structural arr…
Hydrocarbons that are straight or branched chains
A molecular compound that is based on on carbon
Structural diagram
A two-dimensional representation of the structure of a compound
Isomers
Compounds that have the formula, but different structural arr…
Chemistry Test #3
Isotope
Mass number
Atomic mass unit
Isotopic abundance
atoms of the same element that have a different number of neu…
Protons added to neutrons
A unit mass that is 1/12 of the mass of a carbon-12 atom; equ…
The relative amount of an isotope of an element; expressed as…
Isotope
atoms of the same element that have a different number of neu…
Mass number
Protons added to neutrons
Chemistry Exam Review
Mass number
Isotope
Theoretical yield
Limiting reactant
The term for protons added to neutrons
Atoms of the same element that have a different number of neu…
The amount of product that is produced by a chemical reaction…
The reactant that is completely consumed during a chemical re…
Mass number
The term for protons added to neutrons
Isotope
Atoms of the same element that have a different number of neu…
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Organic Chemistry
Organic chemistry
Why are there so many organic compounds?
What is catenation?
What are isomers?
a branch of chemistry which deals with the properties and rea…
Catenation & Isomers
the ability of carbon atoms to bond to other carbon atoms to…
compounds with the same molecular formula but different prope…
Organic chemistry
a branch of chemistry which deals with the properties and rea…
Why are there so many organic compounds?
Catenation & Isomers
Chemistry 521 Test #2
Intramolecular
Intermolecular
Dipole-Dipole
Ion-Dipole
The forces that bond atoms to each other within a molecule
The forced that bond molecules to each other
Electrostatic attractions between oppositely charged ends of…
The force of attraction between an ion and a polar molecule
Intramolecular
The forces that bond atoms to each other within a molecule
Intermolecular
The forced that bond molecules to each other
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Structure & Properties pt.1
Atomic orbital
s
p
Aufbau principle
region where there's a high probability of finding up to 2 el…
spherical
dumbbell
electrons enter orbitals of lower energy first
Atomic orbital
region where there's a high probability of finding up to 2 el…
s
spherical
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kinematics er sumn
Mass
Inertia
Inertial Mass
Gravitational Mass
the quantity of matter an object contains (kg)
the tendency of an object to resist any change in motion
the property of an object that causes it to resist a change i…
the property of mass which causes them to interact
Mass
the quantity of matter an object contains (kg)
Inertia
the tendency of an object to resist any change in motion
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Stoich
Stoichiometry
Why is stoich important?
Theoretical yield
Actual yield
The study of the relationship between the reactants and the p…
Chemists need to know how much of each reactant is needed to…
The amount of product that is predicted by stoichiometry
The amount of product that is obtained in an experiment
Stoichiometry
The study of the relationship between the reactants and the p…
Why is stoich important?
Chemists need to know how much of each reactant is needed to…
Test #7
Fossil Fuel
Hydrocarbon
Organic compound
Isomers
The term that describes Coal, Petro and Natural Gases
The term for a molecular compound that contains only carbon a…
A molecular compound that is based on carbon
Compounds that have the same formula, but different structura…
Fossil Fuel
The term that describes Coal, Petro and Natural Gases
Hydrocarbon
The term for a molecular compound that contains only carbon a…
Periodic table of elements part 1: 1-30, 33, 36, 47, 50, 53, 56, 74, 78, 79, 80, 82, 86
H
He
Li
Be
Hydrogen!... Hydrogen is a part of water, H2O.
Helium!... Helium is a very light gas that is used in balloons a…
Lithium!... Lithium is in batteries.
Beryllium!... Beryllium is used in windshields, non sparking too…
H
Hydrogen!... Hydrogen is a part of water, H2O.
He
Helium!... Helium is a very light gas that is used in balloons a…
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Structure & Properties pt.2
Why are electrons important?
What is electronegativity?
Why are atoms larger as you go down a…
Why are atoms smaller as you go across…
They are important because they're responsible for the chemic…
The tendency of an atom to attract electrons to itself when i…
The number of energy levels increases as you go down a group…
As you move across the period, you're adding electrons to the…
Why are electrons important?
They are important because they're responsible for the chemic…
What is electronegativity?
The tendency of an atom to attract electrons to itself when i…
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Bustard's Chapter 2 Vocabulary
polar
non-polar
organic compound
inorganic compound
a single molecule with different charges
a single molecule with no charges
a covalent compound which contains both carbon and hydrogen a…
a covalent compound which does not contain both carbon and hy…
polar
a single molecule with different charges
non-polar
a single molecule with no charges
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