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AP Chemistry 2

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1. phosphate

2. acetates

3. How does benzene compare in reactivity to alkenes?

4. What are allotropes?

5. When driving off water from a hydrate - how do you tell you're done?

6. What happens to the ion concentrations of a saturated solution when it is diluted and allowed to reach equilibrium - with solid solute still present?

7. What do metal oxides plus non- metal oxides form?

8. What value of R do you use for thermo calculations? gas calculations?

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

10. Can you collect soluble gases over water?

11. What shape is ammonia?

12. How do you identify which is oxidized or otherwise?

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

14. What is the formula for obtaining charge flowing in a cell?

15. Name some properties of Group 17

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

17. What is the third law of thermodynamics?

18. sulfate

19. What is the general formula for an alcohol?

20. Name 2 ways in which you can create a buffer?

21. What is the word equation for condensation polymerisation ?

22. What type of compounds do Group 14 form?

23. What is the conjugate acid of H2PO4?

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

25. thiosulfate

26. How do you get the equation for a net electrolysis reaction?

27. When the salt bridge is removed what happens to the cell reaction?

28. nitrates

29. What are the signs for ?G and E for spontaneous reactions?

30. How many normal boiling points and boiling points are there?

31. What process do you use to separate two liquids with different boiling points?

32. chlorite

33. Flame tests for certain metal ions (simple emission spectra) gives which colors for potassium - sodium - lithium - copper - barium

34. How do you find the pH for a dibasic acid? (H2A)?

35. What is the energy you must put into a reaction to make it start called?

36. lead iodide

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

38. Buffer capacity must contain decent amounts of a ________ ________

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

40. potassium permanganate

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

42. What type of compounds are almost always colored?

43. chromate ion (soln + most solids)

44. Color (absorbance) is proportional to ________

45. group 1 ions/compounds

46. What process takes place at the cathode in an electrochemical cell? In an electrolytic cell?

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

48. What is the general formula for an acid?

49. What are the prefixes for the naming of binary molecular compound formulas (up to six)

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