CHM Test 4

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CHM Test 4
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Test 4 - strong acids, bases, etc.
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  1. Name the six strong acids
    • Perchloric acid HClO4
    • Sulfuric acid H2SO4
    • Hydroiodic acid HI
    • Hydrobromic acid HBr
    • Hydrochloric acid HCL
    • Nitric Acid HNO3
  2. How do you know if a base is strong?
    If it's a 1A metal with OH, or Ca, SR, Ba with OH
  3. 1
    meth
  4. 2
    eth
  5. 3
    prop
  6. 4
    but
  7. 5
    pent
  8. 6
    hex
  9. 7
    hept
  10. 8
    oct
  11. 9
    non
  12. 10
    dec
  13. Halocarbons
    • contain a halogen
    • Flouro
    • Chloro
    • Bromo
    • Iodo
  14. What are buffers made from?
    • A week acid and its conjugate base or a weak base and its conjugate acid
    • They cannot be made from strong acids or strong bases
  15. Carboxylic acid
    organic (chains of carbon)
  16. Binary acids
    • Acid hydrogens attached to a nonmetal
    • Hydro + ic
    • Hydrochloric acid
    • Hydrobromic acid
  17. Oxy acids
    • Polyatomics attached to H
    • H2SO4 Sulfuric Acid
    • H3PO4 Phosphoric Acid
    • H2CO3 Carbonic Acid
  18. An Arrenius acid
    produces H+ ions in aqueous solutions
  19. An Arrhenius base
    Produces OH- ions in an aqueous solution
  20. Bronsted Lowry acid
    is a proton donor
  21. Bronsted Lowry base
    is an acceptor of H+
  22. Bases turn red litmus paper
    blue
  23. Acids turn blue litmus paper
    red
  24. The molar concentration of a hydronium ion in pure water at 25degrees C is
    1x10-7
  25. In a neutralization reaction, what happens
    Acid and base react to form salt and a water
  26. Alcohol group
    • R-OH
    • Some kind of carbon with an OH
    • ol
  27. Ethers
    • R-O-R
    • Some kind of carbon with an O in the middle
  28. Aldehydes
    C=O with H on one side and C on the other
  29. Ketones
    • end in one
    • C=O with C on either side
  30. Carboxyllic acids
    C=O with OH on one side and R on the other
  31. Esters
    C=O Oxygen on one side and Carbon on the other
  32. Amines
    Have N
  33. Thiol
    R-SH

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