Chemistry Additional AQA

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What is a Solvent?
A substance that allows other substances to dissolve in it
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Example of an Ionic structure
Sodium Chloride
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Type of bonding in Simple Molecules
Covalent
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What is a Solute?
Something that will dissolve in certain substances
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Particles present in a Metallic structure
Metal ions and delocallised electrons
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What is a Precipitate?
Solids that don't dissolve in substances
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Is the melting point of a Giant covalent bond High or Low?
High
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Acid + Metal=?
Salt + Hydrogen
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When do Ionic structures conduct electricity?
When melted or dissolved
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Percentage mass of an element in a compound=?
(Ar x Number of Atoms/Mr) x100
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What is a Salt?
Something with a mixture of metal and non-metal ions
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Acid + Metal Hydroxide=?
Salt + Water
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Particles present in Giant Covalent
Atoms
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When do Metallic structures conduct electricity?
When solid
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What is the definition of Retention Time
Time taken for a gas substance to reach a detector in gas chromatogrphy
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Example of a Metallic structure
Alluminium
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Number of moles=?
mass in grams/Mr
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