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Material from Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 8 .1 – 8.5 and Chapter 19.2-19.4
IV. Chemical Formulas
A. Molecular v. Ionic
i. properties and identification
ii. formulas and element type
B. Diatomic v. binary molecules
i. diatomic elements (GENINE)
C. Atoms, molecules and formula units
i. know definitions.
D. Writing formulas–be able to write formulas from names for:
i. ionic compounds
ii. molecular compounds
iii. acids/bases
a. know properties of acids and bases
b. be able to identify each by properties and formulas
iv. organic compounds
a. saturated hydrocarbons; straight chain, 1-10 carbons
b. cyclic compounds, same as (a.)
c. primary alcohols same as (a) and (b)
E. Oxidation numbers
i. rules for assigning
ii. meaning
iii. periodic table relationship
F. Chemical Nomenclature-be able to write names from formulas for:
i. binary ionic
ii. ionic compounds containing polyatomic ions
iii. ionic compounds containing metals with more than one oxidation state
a. Stock system
b. “older” system using Latin roots and –ic and –ous endings
iv. binary molecular
v. organic – same classifications as in formula writing section
G. Calculations for:
i. molar mass
ii. mole-mass Conversions
a. grams to moles
b. grams to number of particles
c. number of particles to moles
d. the reverse of any of the above
iii. molar volume
a. to grams
b. to moles
c. to number of particles
d. the reverse of any of the above
iv. Percent composition