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AP Chemistry 2

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1. ammonium

2. A geometric (or cis-trans) isomer exists due to.....

3. copper sulfate

4. What are the formulas for q?

5. What is the formula for alkanes?

6. What apparatus do you use to separate 2 immiscible liquids?

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

8. What equipment do you need for a titration?

9. chlorite

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

11. BaSO4

12. chromate ion (soln + most solids)

13. What is the word equation for addition polymerisation?

14. acetate

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

16. mercury (II) ion

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

18. ________ are Lewis bases - because they can donate a lone pair of electrons.

19. What is the general formula for an aldehyde?

20. Alkanes are _________ and react by _________

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

22. Name C7H16

23. What steps do organic labs consist of?

24. How are non-metal oxides and hydrides bonded? are they acidic or basic?

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

26. Which value of R do you use for all energy and kinetics calculations?

27. nitrates

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

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

30. ammonium/ammonium compounds

31. potassium permanganate

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

33. What is the general formula of an alkane?

34. halides

35. bromothymol

36. lead iodide

37. For what types of substances does the solid/liquid equilibrium line on a phase diagram slope LEFT?

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

39. What is accuracy?

40. carbonates

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

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

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

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

45. How does benzene compare in reactivity to alkenes?

46. What is the general formula for an acid?

47. dihydrogen phosphate

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

49. How can metals like iron and zinc be reduced?

50. How are more active metals reduced?