Test 3 – Chemistry

six strong acids
hydrochloric, hydrobromic, hydroiodic, nitric, sulfuric, perchloric
any acid that contains carbon can be considered a what acid?
organic
What shape is water?
bent
OIL RIG
oxidation is loss, reduction is gain
one important piece of glassware used in titration
buret
Arrhenius stated that acids release what when dissolved in water?
hydrogen ions
Arrhenius stated that bases release what when dissolved in water?
hydroxide ions
Bronzed Lowry bases are
proton acceptors
Bronsted Lowry acids are
proton donors
What kind of reaction is an acid and a base that yields water and a salt?
neutralization
miscible
mixable
immiscible
not mixable
Why is pure water not an electrical conductor
doesn’t produce ions needed to conduct current
are all group one elements including ammonium soluble
yes
Which -ate’s are soluble
nitrate, chlorate, perchlorate, acetate
Salts contains Cl, Br, and I are soluble except when with
silver, lead 2, mercury 1
Generally what kind of salts are insoluble
silver salts
What are the two silver salts that are actually soluble
AgNO3 and Ag(C2H3O2)
Most sulfate salts are
soluble
Which sulfate salts are insoluble
Barium, lead, silver, strontium, calcium, mercury one
Most hydroxide salts are
insoluble
Are sulfides of transition metals soluble
no
Which carbonates are insoluble
most, but especially group two and Ca, Sr, and Ba and Fe, Pb
Are chromates and phosphates soluble
no and no
which fluorides are insoluble
group 2a metals and Lead 2
Oxalate and oxide are soluble!!!!
no they’re not

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