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What is molar mass?
g/mole
what are the diatonics?
H2, I2, Br2, F2, Cl2, N2, O2
What are the strong acids?
Common acids HCl, HBr, HI, HNO3, H2SO4, HClO4’
Sulfuric acid break to H and HSO4 completely
What are the solubility rules?
1. All compounds of ammonium ion and/or group I metals 2. All Nitrates (NO3) and acetates (Ch3COO-) are soluble,
What are weak acids?
: HF, CH3COOH
What is a base
releases OH- in water
What are strong bases?
NaOH, KOH, Ba(OH)2
What are the oxidation rules?
For monatomic ions in ionic compounds, oxidation number = charge of the ion, group 1A metals are always +1, group II metals always 2+
Fluorine always -1
Hydrogen always +1 unless violated by above ie NaH so H is -1
Oxygen is -2 unless violated above
Oxidation state rule for neutral species the oxidation numbers add to zero, for ions oxidation numbers add to charge of ion