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SAT Subject Test: Chemistry

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1. Transition metals

2. Pauli exclusion principle

3. Trigonal pyramidal

4. Sulfate ion

5. Isotope

6. Sulfide color: Sb2S3

7. Freezing point depression formula

8. Equation when using a manometer to calculate gas pressure - and the gas has a higher pressure than the atmosphere

9. Trigonal planar

10. Dipole-dipole forces (including hydrogen bonds)

11. Molarity

12. Covalent bond

13. Colloid

14. Chlorine gas

15. When the reaction is exothermic - the entropy is

16. Halogens

17. How can hydrogen be produced?

18. Metallic solids

19. Molality

20. Litmus: pH range and colors

21. Ketone

22. Isomer

23. bronze

24. Ethers

25. Principal quantum number (n)

26. What kind of bonds generally hold gases together?

27. Positron emission

28. Color of excited Li+ - Sr2+ - Ca2+

29. Decomposition reaction

30. Synthesis reaction

31. Sterling silver

32. Oxides are insoluble and when reacted with water..

33. Silver bromide and silver iodide are used for

34. Do you multiply by coefficients in thermochemistry problems and electrochemistry problems?

35. Ammonium Ion

36. Acids with more oxygen atoms are

37. Fusion

38. Hydrolysis reaction

39. Boiling point elevation formula

40. If G is negative - is the reaction spontaneous?

41. Compounds with 1-4 carbons

42. Complete combustion occurs when there is

43. Gibb's Free Energy equation

44. Is removing an electron an exothermic or endothermic process?

45. Alkali metal compounds and NH4? compounds are...

46. Carbon monoxide

47. Allotropic forms of carbon

48. Ester

49. Color of CrO7²? solution

50. Colligative properties