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 VSPER model (state the number of pairs associated with it's molecular type and bond angle(s)) 2-linear-180 3-trigonal planar-120 4-tetrahedral-109.5 5-trigonal bipyramidal-90, 120 6-octahedral-90, 90 At higher altitudes, the air pressure is...so water can reach a...boiling point lower, lower In an open-tubed manometer, when the Pgas is less than the Patm, Pgas= Patm-h In a closed-tube manometer, when the Pgas is greater than the Patm, Pgas= Patm+h Boyles' Law As pressure increases, the volume decreases Charles' Law As the temperature increases, so does the volume Avogadro's Law equal volumes at the same temp and presure have equal numbers of moles Graham's Law of Diffusion and Effusion square root of heavier gas over lighter gas In a solid, an increase in temp results in a(n)...in solubility increase In a gas, an increase in temp results in a(n)...in solubility decrease Freezing point constant 1.86 C/m Boiling point constant .51 C/m Are alkali metals and NH4 compounds soluble? yes Are NO3-, ClO3-, ClO4-, and CH3COO- compounds soluble? yes Is MgBr soluble? yes Is AgI2 soluble? no Is PbBr2 soluble? no Is CaF2 soluble? no Is CuF2 soluble? yes Is SrSO4 soluble? no Is Hg2SO4 soluble? no Is Li2SO4 soluble? yes Are CO3-2, PO4-3, C2O4-2, CrO4-2, S-2, OH-, and O2 compounds soluble? no Is Mg2O soluble? no Is AuO soluble? yes Name the 6 strong acids. HCl, HBr, HI, HNO3, H2SO4, HClO4 KE= 1/2(mv^2) Hess's Law DH1+DH2+DH3+...=TotalDH DH=Hproducts-Hreactants DH=bonds broken-bonds formed 1 calorie = ? Joules 4.184 Joules In organic chem, when a compound has fewer or more carbon atoms, how does its state differ? fewer-gaseous more-solid brass copper and zinc sterling silver silver and copper steel iron and carbon bronze copper, zinc, and other metals pewter tin, copper, bismuth, and antimony Flame color of Li, Sr, Ca ions red Flame color of Na ion yello Flame color of K ion purple/pink Flame color of Ba ion Light green Flame/sol'n colors of Cu ion blue-green, blue Flame/sol'n colors of Fe ion gold, yellow-rusty orange Sol'n color of Ni ion green Sol'n color of MnO4 ion purple Sol'n color of CrO4 ion yellow Sol'n color of Cr2O7 ion orange