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AP Chemistry 2

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1. halides

2. What do group I/II metal oxides and acids form?

3. What do group I/II metal oxides plus water form?

4. Color is due to ______ _______ of light.

5. Which would cause the bulb in a conductivity apparatus to be brightest?

6. What are the common strong bases?

7. What shape is carbon dioxide?

8. What is H2CO3 (carbonate acid) usually written as?

9. What is the first law of thermodynamics?

10. What is the test for hydrogen?

11. What type of compounds do metals/non metals form?

12. How do you get Ecell for spontaneous reactions?

13. silver compounds

14. permanganate

15. What is the difference between equivalence point and end point of a titration.

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

17. What measuring device would you use for very small volumes of liquids?

18. What process do you use to obtain the solute from a solution?

19. What is the formula of copper (II) phosphate?

20. Why are i factors (Van't Hoff factors) often less than ideal?

21. An amphiprotic (amphoteric) species is...

22. What is accuracy?

23. What do acids plus active metals form?

24. What causes the dramatic effect of T on rate?

25. What is the relationship between Rate and Molar Mass for two gases? Velocity and Temperature? Energy and Temperature?

26. cyanide

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

28. What is the formula for alkenes?

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

30. What electrons are lost/gained first in transition element ions?

31. iodine - iodine solution - iodine vapor

32. What is the basic structure of an optical isomer?

33. If a free element is involved - what type of reaction must be involved?

34. What part of a liquid do you look at to measure its volume?

35. What is the formula for percent error?

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

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

38. ____ is a Lewis acid - since it can accept a lone pair - completing its stable form - which requires two electrons.

39. How does the KE and PE of ice at 0°C compare to the KE and PE of water at 0°C?

40. What is the sign of the anode in voltaic cells? in electrolytic cells?

41. Are weak acids (and bases) written dissociated?

42. mercury (II) ion

43. What are hybrid orbitals used for?

44. What should you check for before you begin titrating?

45. What are the units of the first order rate constant?

46. Lattice energy is high for ions with _____ size and _____ charge

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

48. What shape is ammonia?

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

50. What is reflux?