Flashcards in Module 2.1 Deck (80)

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## Define the term isotope

### Atoms of the same element with a different number of neutrons and different masses

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## Why are the reactions of isotopes the same?

### Chemical reactions only involve electrons. Isotopes have the same number of electrons. Therefore, they have the same chemical reaction

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## What is the relative mass and relative charge of a proton, neutron and electron

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Proton

Relative mass = 1

Relative charge = 1

Neutron

Relative mass = 1

Relative charge = 0

Neutron

Relative mass = 1/2000

Relative charge = -1

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## What never changes? The number of neutrons, the number of protons or the number of electrons?

### Number of protons

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## In the diagram of an atom, where are the electrons?

### In orbitals

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## In the diagram of an atom, where is the nucleus and what is inside it?

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Location - Within the first outer orbital

Inside - Protons and Neutrons

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## Define relative isotopic mass

### Mass of an isotope compared with 1/12th mass of an atom of carbon-12

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## Define relative atomic mass

### Weight mean mass of an atom compared with 1/12th mass of an atom of carbon-12

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## How do you find the Mr of an element?

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1) Multiply each relative isotopic mass by its relative isotope abundance and then add the result

2) Divide this result by the sum of the isotope abundances

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## When do we use the term relative molecular mass?

### When referring to simple molecules

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## When do we use the term relative formula mass?

### When we are referring to ionic or giant covalent molecules

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## List the ions formed by Group 1 - 7 elements (excluding group 4)

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Group 1 = 1+

Group 2 = 2+

Group 3 = 3+

Group 5 = 3-

Group 6 = 2-

Group 7 = 1-

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## What should we do when trying to work out the formula for ionic compounds?

### Balance out the charges

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What are the names of the following ions?

NO3 ^ -

CO3 ^ 2-

SO4 ^ 2-

OH ^ -

NH4 ^ +

Zn ^ 2+

Ag ^ +

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Nitrate ion

Carbonate ion

Sulfate ion

Hydroxide ion

Ammonium ion

Zinc ion

Silver ion

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## Define amount of substance

### INSERT EXAM Q DEFINITION HERE

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## Given mass and Mr, what is the formula for moles?

### n = m/Mr

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## Given moles and Mr, what is the formula for mass?

### m = n x Mr

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## Given moles and mass, what is the formula for Mr?

### Mr = m/n

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## What is the formula for Number of particles?

### n x Avogadro's constant

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## Given Avogadro's constant and the number of particles, what is the formula for moles?

### Np/ Avogadro's constant

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## Define empirical formula

### The simplest whole number ratio of atoms of each element present in a compound

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## How do work out the empirical formula of a compound starting from its percentage composition?

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1) Divide each percentage by its atomic mass

2) Divide each answer by whichever answer is the smallest

3) Find the Lowest whole number ratio

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## How do you work out the empirical formula of a compound starting from its mass composition?

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1) Divide each amount of grams by its atomic mass

2) Divide each answer by whichever answer is the smallest

3) Find the Lowest whole number ratio

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## What does anhydrous mean?

### Without water

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## What does hydrated mean?

### Structure consists of water

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## Define water of crystallisation

### Water molecules that from an essential part of the crystalline structure of a compound

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## How do you find the water of crystallisation of a compound?

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1) Work out the anhydrous mass

2) Calculate the amount of anhydrous salt (in moles)

3) Calculate the amount of water (in moles)

4) Divide the the smallest number

5) Find the lowest whole number ratio

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## For a gas at RTP, what formula would you use to work out the volume in cm^3

### v = n x 24000

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## For a gas at RTP, what formula would you use to work out the volume in dm^3

### v = n x 24

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