Salts: Magnesium acetate tetrahydrate (What does "tetrahydrate" mean?) Copper (II) acetate monohydrate Anhydrous Calcium chloride



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SALTS:
Magnesium acetate tetrahydrate
(What does "tetrahydrate" mean?)

Copper (II) acetate monohydrate

Anhydrous Calcium chloride

(What does "anhydrous mean?)

Potassium hydrogen phthalate
(thal-ate)

Mercury (I) chloride

*Mercurous chloride

Iron (III) chloride

*Ferric chloride

Curium (III) chloride


*Curious chloride

POLYATOMIC IONS:
(What does “polyatomic” mean?)

Sulfite (What is the formula?)

Sulfate

Hypochlorite



Perchlorate

Nitrite


Nitrate

Carbonate

Cyanide

Ammonium



ACIDS:
Sulfuric Acid

Hydrochloric Acid

Nitric Acid

Phosphoric acid

Iodic Acid (I owe’ dik)

Periodic Acid (Per I owe’ dik)

Glacial Acetic Acid (Glay shul)

Citric acid

Lactic acid
GASES:

Carbon monoxide

Sulfur trioxide

Carbon tetrachloride



ELEMENTS:

Technetium (tek nee shium)

Molybdenum (Mo lib’ duh num)

Magnesium

Manganese

Xenon (zee non)


Cesium (see zium)

Neodymium (neo dim eeum)

Deuterium (do teer eeum)

Tritium (trit eeum)

Phosphorus pentaiodideMISCELLANEOUS:
Alkali Metals
Halogens
Phenolphthalein (What is this used for?)
Nucleus, Nuclei

Gamma rays

Electromagnetic spectrum

D-Xylose (a sugar) (Dee zy lose)

Dextrose

Fructose (Frook tose)

Avogadro's number (6.02x1023)

Radiopharmacology

Antoine Lavoisier (father of chemistry)
(An twahn La Vwah’ see ay)

GREEK PREFIXES

0.5 = hemi

1= mono

2 = di


3 = tri

4 = tetra

5 = penta

6 = hexa


7 = hepta

8 = octa


9 = nona

10 = deca

METRIC PREFIXES:

deci, centi, milli, micro, nano, pico (What does “micro” mean?)

kilo, mega, giga, tera (What does “tera” mean?)
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What is the difference between health and sickness?



All chemistry concepts can be broken down into what three areas of focus?
CHEMICALS WITH FUNNY NAMES: Some chemical names are named after the shape of the molecule, which leads to such things as Rocketane (looks like a rocket) or Churchane (looks like a church with a steeple). Other names are after the plant that it is extracted from. If the plant had a funny name, so does the chemical. Some names come from a person or town with a funny name. Visit the website below and find 4 chemical names that you think are amusing. Tell me how the 4 chemicals you picked got its name. There are 3 pages of names at this website. I’m sending you to the middle one, but you can check out all three pages.

http://www.chm.bris.ac.uk/sillymolecules/sillymols2.htm


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