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Ideal gas equation

pV=nRT

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What is formed in a neutralisation reaction

A salt and water

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Metal + Acid products

Metal salt + hydrogen

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Metal oxide + Acid products

Salt + water

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Metal carbonate + Acid products

Metal salt + Carbon dioxide + Water

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Oxygen oxidation number

-2

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Oxygen in peroxide’s oxidation number

-1

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Hydrogen oxidation number

+1

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Hydrogen oxidation in metal hydrides

-1

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Oxidation number rules

All uncombined elements have oxidation number 0
For monoatomic ion its same as charge
Molecular ions, sum of oxidation numbers is same as charge
Neutral compounds have 0

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Orbital

A region within an atom that can hold up to 2 electrons with opposite spin

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Spin pairing

Idea that two electrons spin in opposite direction if in the same orbital

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Principle quantum number

The number given to the shell energy level

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S sub shell max electrons

2

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P max electron

6

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D max electrons

10

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F max electrons

14

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S orbital shape

Spherical

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P orbital shape

Dumbbell

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Mass spectra: Relative atomic mass

Multiply each relative isotopic mass by its relative isotopic abundance and add up results
Divide by sum of isotopic abundance’s

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Ar from isotopic Abundance

Multiply each relative isotopic mass by its % relative isotopic abundance and add up the results
Divide by 100

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Empirical formula

The smallest whole hunger ratios of atoms of each element in a compound

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Molecular formula

Gives the actual number of atoms of each type of element in a molecule

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Nitrate ion

NO3-

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Carbonate ion

CO3 2-

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Sulfate ion

SO4 2-

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Ammonium ion

NH4 +

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Zinc ion

Zn2+

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Silver ion

Ag+

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First ionisation energy

Energy needed to remove 1 mole of electrons from 1 mole of gaseous atoms

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Gas volume at RTP

24dm^3mol^-1

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RTP

298 K
101.3kPa

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Percentage yield

(Actual yield/theoretical)x100

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Atom economy

(Molecular mass of Desired product/ sum of molecular masses of all products)x100