Category Archives: Chem Comm
Use the Periodic Table and a calculator to help you convert the following. Please show all work. Convert 685 torr to atm If a balloon with a volume of 10.5 L and pressure of 765 torr is pushed to the … Continue reading
Welcome back and Happy New Year! Now is a time to reflect on the past and make some changes to improve for the new year. Please write the questions and answer the following in your notes. What worked well for … Continue reading
On Separate Paper, Balance the Equations using the smallest numbers for coefficients. Turn in to In-Box when finished. __H2 + __Cl2 –> __HCl __Na + __F2 –> __NaF __CH4 + __O2 –> __CO2 + __H2O __CaBr2 + __FeCl3 –> __FeBr3 … Continue reading
Write the formulas for the following: Sodium Hydroxide Sodium Carbonate Lead(II) Nitrate Sodium Hydroxide reacts with Lead(II) Nitrate to make 2 products. Determine the formula of each product. Write and balance the chemical equation.
Write the formula for the following: Calcium Fluoride Iron(III) Chloride Potassium Iodide Lithium Oxide reacts with Sodium Phosphide to make 2 products. Write the chemical formulas for the reactants Write the chemical formulas for the products Write a chemical equation … Continue reading
Define and give 2 examples for the following Terms: Chemical Formula Diatomic Molecule How many atoms of each element are in the formula Ca3(PO4)2 What is a Chemical Equation? What does it mean to be Balanced?
Determine the molar mass of Ca(NO3)2. Determine the Percent Nitrogen in Ca(NO3)2.
On a separate sheet of paper, complete showing all your work and turn in to the inbox. You will need a calculator and Periodic Table and can use your notes. A chemical compound has a mixture of 1 copper, 1 … Continue reading
Pick 3 metals and 3 nonmetals and do the following: Write the symbol of the atom and how many electrons it has Write the symbol of the ion and how many electrons it lost or gained Label the ion as … Continue reading
Work on your own paper: Determine the number of Protons, Neutrons, Electrons, Mass Number and Atomic Mass for each: Sodium-22 Phosphorus-30 Copper-63 Write the Nuclear Symbol for the elements from number 1 above.