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Y10 Module 6 Key Words

carbohydrates substances that are compounds of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. caustic soda the common name for sodium hydroxide citric acid a weak acid found naturally in oranges and lemons. combustion burning crust the rocky outer layer of the earth decomposition a reaction in which a substance breaks down into two or more new substances dehydrated […]

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Y10 Module 5 Key Words

alkali metal an element found in group 1 of the periodic table. alkali metals include lithium, sodium and potassium alkaline a substance that turns universal indicator paper blue and has a pH greater than 7 alloy a mixture of metals or non-metals analyse to study a substance carefully to find out which chemicals it contains […]

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Xtremepapers.net

Covalent bonds are formed by the (1) of electrons. Covalent substancees have (2) electrical conductivity. 1-sharing2_low What substance is not used as a fuel? Oxygen Which changes of condition slow down the reaction between magnesium and air? Using magnesium ribbon instead of powdered magnesium. Dilute sulguric acid is added to a mixture of copper, magnesium […]

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WWU Chem 351 Chpt 3

Methylene Group       Homologs -CH2-         Members that difere in number of methylene groups Butane   What is the name for linear butane?  For branched butane? C4H10   “n-butane” (n-denotes carbon on mother chain it’s attached to) ; “iso-butane” b/c it’s a branched isomer What is the IUPAC Rule regarding […]

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WWU Chem 351 Chpt 1-2

Carbon typically makes how many bonds?  In regards to electrons, what else can we call Carbon? 4 bonds   Tetravalent Nitrogen typically makes how many bonds?  In regards to electrons, what else can we call nitrogen? 3 bonds   “Trivalent” Dipole Moment Charge separation x bond length Formal Charge group # – # nonbonding electrons […]

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Writing Equations

mono 1 di 2 tri 3 tetra 4 penta 5 hexa 6 hepta 7 octa 8 octa 8 nona 9 deca 10 Di-atomic molecules H2 N2 O2 F2 Cl2 Br2 I2 sulfate SO4 Phosphate PO4 nitrate NO3 hydroxide OH limiting reactant reactant that runs out first & limits how much product you can make reactant […]

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naming acids and bases

HF Hydrofluoric Acid HCl Hydrochloric Acid HBr Hydrobromic Acid HI Hydriodic Acid HClO4 Perchloric Acid HClO3 Chloric Acid HClO2 Chlorous Acid HClO Hypochlorous Acid NaOH Sodium Hydroxide Mg(OH)2 Magnesium Hydroxide Ca(OH)2 Calcium Hydroxide NH4OH Ammonium Hydroxide H2CO3 Carbonic Acid H2SO3 Sulfurous Acid H2SO4 Sulfuric Acid HNO3 Nitric Acid CH3COOH Acetic Acid HCN Hydrocyanic Acid KOH […]

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WPUNJ AP1 Chapter 2 – Leonard

All living things are composed of ______. matter Define: Matter anything that occupies space and has mass Matter exits in what 3 states? solid, liquid, gas Define: Weight force of gravity acting on mass Define: Energy capacity to do work What does the Law of Conservation of Energy state? Energy cannot be created nor destroyed; […]

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wound repair

what are the 3 participants in tissue creation? who are the main participants? cells, matrix, and cytokines. cells are the main participants what are the characteristics of cells in the process of wound repair? cells are the workers, sythesizing extracellular matrix and affecting its creation, they are regulated by cytokines, they also synthesize and release […]

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World of Chemistry: Food

What 2 countries are the most profitable for McDonald’s? 1. The US 2. France  Who has 1/2 of the worlds non-nutritive sweetner consumption? The USA. Also, not all non-nutritive sweetners are calorie free. What was the first artificial sweetner, and how/who was it discovered by? Saccharin. Discovered from Ira Ramsen’s task to work on the […]

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Working with Solutions

What gives water its "flavor"? Minerals, fluoride, chloride and metallic ions give water its "flavor". What is Suspension? Suspension is a mixture where the particles can be visible and seperated by settling and filtration. An example, would be a snow globe. What is Solution? Solution is a well-mixed solution. Salt and water mixed, the salt […]

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WOC: Food Midterm 2

3 Guidelines to Avoiding Heart Disease Moderation is key: 1. Eat less 2. Eat plants 3. Exercise Causes of Overweight / Obesity Overconsumption and living a sedentary lifestyle Diet Now an important health concern in North America; food used to be analyzed based solely on taste, but now eating has become a “clinical experience” involving […]

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WoB – Chemistry

5 Pillars HospitalityComm. LeadershipTavern FareCraft Beer/SpiritsEntertainment What creates “real hospitality” ? Enthusiasm/Emphasis on product knowledge Guests expect WoB to be their #1 place to _ What starch is most common for fermentation and what are others? Malted barley. Others: wheat, corn, rice (grains) A craft brewery is . . small, independent and traditional 2 Effects […]

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Wetpaint Questions

Mixture [image] A Substance made by mixing other Substances Together. Acid [image] A chemical substance that could be harmful if used and can cause chemical reactions and physical reactions. Bases A solution that has an excess of OH- ions. Another word for base is alkali. Salts [image] In chemistry salts are ionic compounds that can […]

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Wet paint Q.

What makes a Mixture A Solution? When the mixture dissolves in a water Where can solutions be found? Solutions can be found anywhere What are the parts of a solution? The dissolve material is called solute and the dissolving meduim is solvent. Compare the characterisist Acids, Bases, and Salts. What makes a substance an acid? […]

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Westgard rule and Misc

Match the vitamin with the characteristic seen in a deficiency state:Vitamin A Night blindness Match the vitamin with the characteristic seen in a deficiency state:Vitamin B1 Beriberi Match the vitamin with the characteristic seen in a deficiency state:Vitamin C Scurvy Match the vitamin with the characteristic seen in a deficiency state:Vitamin D Rickets Match the […]

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Wesloski Chemistry

Atom The basic particle from which all elements are made. chemical bond The force that holds two atoms together. Compound A pure substance made of two or more elements chemically combined. element A pure substance that cannot be broken down into other substances by chemical or physical means. Gas A state so fmatter with not […]

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Week One Biochem Review II

Bond strength depends on four things: temperature, pressure, bond angle, & environment Water has ________ bonds among _________ on one water molecule & the __________ on another water molecule hydrogen; hydrogens; oxygen each water molecule can bind up to _______ other water molecules, through partial charges of hydrogen bonding 4 Water has a __________ bond […]

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Week One Biochem Review

Our genetic code is made up of DNA and are expressed in the phenotype as a __________. protein What are the four characteristics of our DNA? Universal, unambiguous, redundant, non-overlapping & commaless The genetic code consists of bases, these bases comprise _________. codons The four bases are: A (adenine), T (thymine), C (cytosine), and G […]

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Week 1 – Chemistry

an aromatic must have (4n +2) pi electrons in benzene how are the carbons hybridise? sp2 which reaction is complicated by the outcome of hydrogen shift? Friedel-Craft Alkylation which reaction conditions are needed for the sulphonation of benzene? concentrated H2S04 containing SO3 under reflux for one hour why is benzene more stable than would be […]

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weak acids and bases

HCl – Hydrochloric Acid Strong Acid (Strong Electrolytes) HNO3 – Nitric Acid Strong Acid (Strong Electrolytes) H2SO4 – Sulfuric Acid Strong Acid (Strong Electrolytes) HClO4 – Perchloric Acid Strong Acid (Strong Electrolytes) HBr – Hydrobromic Acid Strong Acid (Strong Electrolytes) HI – Hydroiodic Acid Strong Acid (Strong Electrolytes) LiOH – Lithium Hydroxide Strong Base (Strong […]

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