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AP Chemistry 2

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1. Which of the rates changes more when temperature is increased?

2. What is the general formula for a ketone?

3. A Bronsted-Lowry acid is...

4. What are two substances that sublime at 1 atm when heated?

5. What things should you remember to do when collecting gas over water?

6. Alkenes are ________ and react by __________

7. chlorite

8. What type of compounds are almost always colored?

9. What is Ksp in terms of molar solubility ('s') for an electrolyte A2B3 A3B2?

10. What type of solutions do small - highly charged cations tend to form?

11. How many ligands attach to a central ion in a complex ion?

12. Is magnesium oxide (and other main group metal oxides) likely to be acidic - basic or neutral?

13. Give an example of a concentrated weak acid.

14. What is HCOOCH3?

15. What is the sign of the cathode in voltaic cells? in electrolytic cells?

16. How do you explain trends in atomic properties using Coulomb's Law?

17. What do the 'a' and 'b' in Van Der Waal's equation allow for?

18. chlorine

19. What is the 'virtual' Ka for the complete dissociation of a dibasic acid?

20. What is Big K in terms of kf and kr?

21. What kind of bonding structure does benzene have?

22. The definition of acidic basic and neutral aqueous solutions is:

23. phosphate

24. What is the formula for alkanes?

25. What is the general formula for an amine?

26. Name C7H16

27. What happens to the ion concentrations of a saturated solution when it is diluted and no solid solute remains?

28. What do you do to Keq when you combine 2 reactions - reverse an equation - or halve coefficients?

29. What shape is ammonia?

30. What is the general formula of an alkane?

31. What are the bond angles and hybridization for a carbon with 4 sigma bonds? one double bond? two double bonds? one triple bond?

32. In equilibrium calculations for weak acids/bases - when should you ignore 'x' with respect to initial concentration of acid or base

33. What is the general formula for alkyl halides?

34. If a weak acid is diluted more - what happens to its % dissociation value?

35. During a titration what is present in the beaker at the equivalence point?

36. halides

37. Color (absorbance) is proportional to ________

38. copper sulfate

39. Color is due to ______ _______ of light.

40. To decide if a ppt forms when solutions are mixed - what is the first thing you have to remember?

41. What are the names and formulas of the 6 strong acids?

42. What are two substances that sublime at 1 atm when heated?

43. When combining half equations - what do you do to E values when multiplying coefficients?

44. When can supercooling occur? What does it look like on a cooling curve?

45. mercury (II) ion

46. What is the second law of thermodynamics?

47. What does the solubility of organic compounds depend on?

48. Neutralization is an ________ reaction.

49. How are primary alcohols turned into acids?

50. How do you clean a buret/pipette for a titration?