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What is molar mass?
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?
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