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Formula of Ionic Compounds

H+ Ba2+ Fe3+ Cl- O2-
Na+ Ca2+ Al3+ Br- S2-
Ag+ Cu2+ F- SO42-
K+ Mg2+ I- CO32-
Li+ Zn2+ HCO3-
NH4+ Pb2+ OH-
Fe2+ NO3-

Relative atomic Mass (Ar)
The weighted average mass of an element, taking into…

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Molecular Formula
Gives us the actual number of each type of atom in a molecule

Empirical Formula
The formula used to represent the simplest ration (by mole) of atoms in a compound.

Finding Empirical Formula

Element A B
Mass (g) a X
Mass of…

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p = pressure (Pa)
V= volume (m3)
n= number of moles
R= gas constant = 8.31
T=temperature (kelvins)

1 kPa=1000Pa
kPa x 1000 = Pa

1m3 = 1000 dm3 = 1,000,000 cm3
cm3 / 1,000,000 = m3
dm3 /1000 = m3

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step one ­ balance equation
step two ­ use mass or conc X vol(dm3) to find the number of moles in the first substance
step three ­ use ration from the equation to find the number of moles in the other substance

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You can then work out a percentage yield using
Percentage Yield = actual yield .
Theoretical yield

Reasons why a yield may be low:
Reaction may be incomplete (perhaps it is slow, or reaches equilibrium state) so a portion of
the starting chemicals fail…

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The number of significant figure of the result should be equal to that of the quantity that
contains the least number of significant figures.

In General
The uncertainty in a single measurement from an instrument is half the value of the smallest



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