Study Guide Note: You will be given a Periodic Table and Solubility Chart.
Please bring a
pen (blue or black)
Chapter 1 - be able to read a periodic table - identify atomic number, mass number on the periodic table - explain the structure of an atom (p,e,n) - define isotope, ion, cation and anion - explain how molecular and ionic compounds are formed
- Bohr diagram
- Lewis dot diagram
Chapter 2 - name ionic and molecular compounds - explain properties of ionic and molecular compounds - describe the properties of acids and bases - explain how pH of a substance can be determined (types of chemical indicators and colours) - define acid and bases - name acids
Chapter 3 - describe types of evidence of a chemical reaction - explain what is a precipitate - explain how you can predict the solubility of a substance - be able to read the solubility chart on p.88 - explain the difference between an exothermic and endothermic reaction - explain what does the law of conservation of mass state - be able to balance an equation - identify types of chemical reactions - differentiate between a complete combustion and incomplete combustion reaction - explain how to calculate the molar mass of an element and compound - determine the number of moles in a given mass of a substance