Name: ___________________________________ Date: ______________ Practice Test #3 ____ 1. When a precipitation reaction occurs, the ions that do not form the precipitate A) evaporate B) are cations only C) form a second insoluble compound in the solution D) are left dissolved in the solution E) none of these 2. An aqueous solution of potassium chloride is mixed with an aqueous solution of sodium nitrate. The complete ionic equation contains which of the following species (when balanced in standard form)? A) B) C) D) E) ____ 3.
Main – group metals usually for one cation (positive ion). In a binary ionic compound the metal (cation) is named first. Then the nonmetal (anion) is named, and the suffix -ide is added. To create the formula, you switch the charges, and that tells you how many of each element you will need. For example: Cation Anion Formula Name of Compound Ba2+ I- Ba2+ I- Barium Ion Iodide Ion BaI2 Barium Iodide Type 2: Binary Ionic Type 2 Binary Ionic compounds consist of a metal and a nonmetal.
Chemistry Design Lab Kim Li Feb 20th,11 Investigating the effect of different concentration of nitric acid on the its drop volume DESIGN Introduction: Intermolecular forces are forces that hold molecules together. They play important roles in determining the properties of a substance, properties such as boiling point, volatility, viscosity, miscibility, and electrical conductivity.  Examples of intermolecular forces include Van der Waals forces, dipole-dipole forces, and hydrogen bonding. Van der Waals forces are temporary dipole all species can form due to uneven distribution of electrons. Dipole-dipole forces are permanent dipoles due to different electronegativity.
Title: Investigating the properties of period 3 oxides Objective: To examine the oxides of period three elements and describe their structure and bonding. Introduction: Generally, there are here are three types of oxide which is the basic oxide, acidic oxide and amphotheric oxides. The metals have basic oxide, the semi-metals have amphotheric oxide and the non-metals have basic oxide. Structurally there are covalent or ionic compounds. In period 3 oxides, a few oxides are tested which is sodium peroxide, magnesium oxide, phosphorus (V) oxide, silicon (IV) oxide, sodium sulphite and concentrated sulphuric acid.
Rate of Evaporation and Intermolecular Forces Laboratory Report General Chemistry Laboratory Bernard Determining the Rate of Evaporation and Intermolecular Forces. Introduction Evaporations occur when a liquid absorbs energy and changes to gas. The evaporation process occurs only at the surface of a liquid compared to the boiling process in which liquid also changes to gas at the bottom of the liquid where the additional heat source is located. Two types of organic compounds were encountered in this experiment- alkanes and alcohols. Alkanes composed of only carbon and hydrogen atoms are referred to as hydrocarbons.
Isotopes- are atoms of the same element but different number of neutrons. Chemical compounds are formed by the joining of two or more atoms. A stable compound occurs when the total energy of the combination has lower energy than the separated atoms. The bound state implies a net attractive force between the atoms ... a chemical bond. The two extreme cases of chemical bonds are covalent bonds: bond in which one or more pairs of electrons are shared by two atoms.
What is the balanced chemical equation for the reaction that takes place between bromine and sodium iodide? |a. |Br[pic] [pic] NaI [pic] NaBr[pic] [pic] I |c. |Br [pic] NaI[pic] [pic] NaBrI[pic] | |b. |Br[pic] [pic] 2NaI [pic] 2NaBr [pic] I[pic] |d.
The first shell can hold up to 2 electrons, second shell can hold up to 8 electrons, third shell can hold up to 18 electrons and the fourth shell can hold up to 32 electrons. The electron configuration is determined by the number of electrons in the outer valance shell and it is used to describe the orbitals which are occupied by the electrons of the atom. The Bohr model of the quantum atom is considered as the cornerstone of quantum mechanics even though it is fundamentally incorrect for all atoms other than hydrogen because Bohr proposed the idea of quantisation for hydrogen’s electronic structure also he was able to explain the emission spectra of hydrogen as thoroughly as other one-electron system. Bohr used spectral evidence to test his atomic theory and he was able to predict that the energy emitted and absorbed by an electron when it changes orbitals would be equivalent to a certain wavelength of electromagnetic radiation and it is possible for it to be measured. He found evidence of his theory of atomic structure which he studied about the spectra and which he chose a specific one which was the hydrogen