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Strong/weak: Ca(OH)2
strong
Is water a good or bad conductor of electricity?
bad
Almost all salts are strong or weak electrolytes?
strong
What happens when NaCl is dissolved in water?
Na+ and Cl- ions are dispersed, ionic solid dissociates
what happens when a soln of an acid is mixed with a soln of a base?
neutralization reation
Acids that yield two H+ per molecule of acid?
diprotic
Strong/weak: Sr(OH)2
strong
What are subst that ionize to form a hydrogen ion (increasing concentration of H+ ions)?
acids
Strong/weak: Ba(OH)2
Strong
KOH : acid, base or salt?
base
Strong/weak: LiOH
strong
Strong bases are usually strong or weak electrolytes?
strong
Strong/weak: HNO3
Strong/weak:
Weak acids are usually strong or weak electrolytes?
weak
products of a newutralization reaction - characteritics
doesn't have the characteristics of either an acid or base soln
Nearly all ionic compounds are what kind of electrolytes?
strong
Strong/weak: RbOH
strong
HCL- strong/weak electrolyte?
strong
Strong/weak: HCL
strong
NaCl- strong/weak electrolyte?
strong
Strong/weak:HCLO3
strong
Ammonia : strong or weak electrolyte?
weak
In general, a neutralization rxn between an acid and a metal hydroxide produces what?
water and salt
Ba(OH)2 is a strong/weak electrolyte?
strong
Strong/weak: CsOH
strong
Salts are usually strong or weak electrolytes?
strong
Strong/weak: H2SO4
strong
A single arrow represents what?
strong electrolyte, no tendency to recombine
Strong/weak: HBR
strong
HNO3: monoprotic or diprotic?
monoprotic
Strong/weak: HCLO4
Strong
Compounds that only partly ionize in a solution are called what?
weak electrolytes
acids taste -?
sour
HC2H3O2 - strong/weak electrolyte?
weak
Strong/weak: KOH
strong
Ca(OH)2 : acid, base or salt?
base
bases taste -?
bitter
H2SO4: strong or weak electrolyte?
strong
Strong/weak: NaOH
strong
What is the most common weak base?
NH3
In general, a neutralization rxn between an acid and a metal hydroxide produces what?
water and salt
NH3: acid, base or salt?
base
Proton donors
acids
Acid/Base/Salt: HC2H3O2
acid
HCL: monoprotic or diprotic?
monoprotic
What are ionic cmpds that can be formed by replacing one or more of the H ions of an acid by a different pos. ion?
salt
Solutes that exist as ions in solution are called what?
electrolytes
The larger the concentration of ions in solution, the - the electrical current, and the brighter the light bulb.
greater
Most acids are strong or weak?
weak
OH- : acid, base or salt?
base
When are strong acids more reactive than weak acids?
when reactivity depends ONLY on the concentration of H+
Subst that increases concentration of OH- when added to water?
base
Acids that yield one H+ per molecule of acid?
monoprotic
H2SO4: monoprotic or diprotic?
diprotic
Substs that react/accept H+ ions?
Bases
Reactivity of an acid depends on what?
the anion, H+
A double arrow represents what?
weak electrolytes, tendency to recombine
Non-ionizing substances are called what?
nonelectrolytes
Strong acids are weak or strong electrolytes?
strong
Acid/Base/Salt: HNO3
acid
Balance between opposing processes determines the relative concentrations of neutral molecules and ions- called what?
chemical equilibrium
Weak bases are usually strong or weak electrolytes?
weak
NaOH : acid, base or salt?
base