Prentice Hall Chemistry Chapter 6

weak acids – HC(2)H(3)O(2) H(2)CO(3) H(3)BO(3)
Fume hood – used to prevent a person from exposure to hazardous fumes from chemicals
electron clouds – Regions inside an atom where electrons are likely to be found
mole – 6.02 x 10²³ Representative particles of any substance.
An electrode has a silver/silver chloride anode and a platinum wire cathode. It is suspended in KC solution and separated from the blood to be analyzed by a selectively permeable membrane. Such an electrode is used to measure which of the following?
a pH
b PC02
c P02
d HC03 – c P02
POLAR or NON-POLAR?

water – POLAR

What are the conditions needed for the Haber process?

• Temperature
• Pressure
• Catalyst – Temperature = 450°C

Pressure = 200atm

Catalyst = iron

If one knows the mass and molar mass of reactant A and the molar mass of product D in a chemical reaction, one can determine the mass of product D produced by using the – mole ratio of D to A from the chemical equation.
Which of the following nuclides would be most likely to undergo nuclear fusion?
Transition Metals – Metals in group 3 through 12 that occur in nature as uncombined elements and include iron triad and coinage metals
ozone – ozone molecules in the troposphere are poisonous to living organisms as it disrupts biochemical reactions
D sublevel # of electrons – 10
Which оf the fоllоwing nuclides would be most likely to undergo nucleаr fusion?
valence electrons – electrons in the highest occupied energy level of an elements atom
MethANE – C(n)H(2n+2)
C₁H(₂x₁+₂)
= CH₄

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