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List the 6 strong acids

HCl  Hydrochloric Acid
HBr  Hydrobromic Acid HI  Hydroiodic Acid HNO3  Nitric Acid H2SO4  Sulfuric Acid HClO4  Chloric Acid 

List the 6 strong bases

LiOH  Lithium Hydroxide
NaOH  Sodium Hydroxide KOH  Potassium Hydroxide Ca(OH)2  Calcium Hydroxide Sr(OH)2  Strontium Hydroxide Ba(OH)2  Barium Hydroxide 

What is the mathematical equation for the Combined Gas Law?

P1*V1/T1=P2*V2/T2


What is the mathematical equation for the Ideal Gas Law?

PV=nRT
R is the Universal Gas Constant and always = 0.08206 

What is the Universal Gas Constant?

R = 0.08206


1 atm = ? mmHg

760 mmHg


What is the mathematical equation for Percent Yield?

Actual Yield
 Theoretical Yield 

Define the Empirical Formula

A formula that gives the simplest wholenumber ratio of atoms in a compound.


Define the Molecular Formula

The actual formula of a compound that may/not = the E.F.


What is the mathematical equation for the molecular formula?

multiplier =
molar mass (mm)  empirical mass 