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AP Chemistry

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1. The actual amount of product produced in an experiment

2. Force per unit area

3. 90&120 - dsp^3

4. Ptotal=P1+P2+P3+...

5. (A) - C/s

6. Driving force of the electrons

7. Point at which solid?liquid occurs

8. C2O4?

9. (# of valence e- on free atom) - (# of valence e- assigned to atom in molecule)

10. Calculation from K to C

11. The reactant that is being reduced - brings about oxidation

12. Increase Volume

13. Organic reaction in which water breaks apart a molecule (splitting into two hydroxides)

14. Pairs of electrons localized on an atom

15. Ether prefix

16. 90 - d^2sp^3

17. Expresses how the concentrations depend on time

18. Mixing of gases

19. An element with several different forms - each with different properties (i.e. graphite & diamond)

20. AX4E2

21. NO3?

22. Symbol for the heat absorbed or lost molecularly (PER MOLE)

23. 1 sigma bond

24. Proton (symbol)

25. All _________ compounds are electrolytes

26. Tools NEEDED for dilution

27. frequency symbol

28. Type of system in which the energy may escape - but the mass is conserved

29. Mass reactants= mass products

30. Function in which it doesn't matter HOW the changes take place - only that they do; you can use to formula Final - Initial ( i.e. energy - pressure - volume - temperature - sort of moles)

31. % yield

32. Solid to gas

33. Atoms combine in fixed whole # ratios

34. H?+OH??H2O

35. The transfer of energy between two objects due to temperature difference

36. (organics) double-bonded compound

37. NO2?

38. Electrons in a hydrogen atom move around the nucleus only in circular orbits

39. In a given atom no two electrons can have the same set of four quantum numbers

40. 1.Calculate moles of each atom in molecule 2.Divide each mole number by smallest mole number 3.If necessary - multiply every mole number to get a whole number 4.Moles of each atom is subscript in empirical formula

41. A neutral molecule/ion having a lone e- pair that can be used to form a bond to a metal ion

42. In a titration - the point where moles of acid are equal to moles of base (just before the indicator changes color)

43. All forms of energy except for heat

44. Gain of electrons - decrease in oxidation #

45. Mass percent

46. AX6

47. Gas to solid

48. Newton's Second Law

49. Isotope

50. Describe various properties of one orbital