Chemistry Exercises-The compound iron(lll) fluoride is a strong electrolyte. Write the transformation that occurs when solid iron(lll) fluoride dissolves in water
    

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The compound iron(lll) fluoride is a strong electrolyte. Write the transformation that occurs when solid iron(lll) fluoride dissolves in water

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The compound zinc chloride is a strong electrolyte. Write the transformation that occurs when solid zinc chloride dissolves in water.

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The compound nickel(ll) nitrate is a strong electrolyte. Write the transformation water.

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when solid nickel(ll) nitrate dissolves in

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Classify each of the following as a strong acid or a weak acid and indicate how each should be written in aqueous solution.

In solution this acid should be written as:

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hydrochloric

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Classify each of the following as a Strong acid (sa) or a Weak acid

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this acid should be written as:

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Identify each of the following as a strong electrolyte, a weak electrolyte or a nonelectrolyte, based on its behavior when dissolv

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ca (aq) + 20H (aq)

CH30H(t) CH30H(aq)

HN02(aq) + H20(t) H30+(aq) + N02- (aq) HI(g) + H20(E) H30+ (aq) + r (aq)

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Write formulas for the major species in the water solution of each compound.

If the compound does not ionize, write as oiven. If more than one species, separate by commas. Do not write coeffients with ions.

Compound

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Major Species

   

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strong electrolyte

 

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nonelectrolyte

 

11CIO

weak electrolyte

 

HBr

strong electrolyte

 

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Write the net ionic equation for the precipitation of lead(ll) sulfate from aqueous solution:

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For the following reaction, 4.18 grams of oxygen gas are mixed with excess carbon dioxide .

carbon monoxide(g) + oxygen(g) carbon dioxide(g)

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What is the percent yield for this reaction?

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For the following reaction, 5.54 grams of potassium hydrogen sulfate are mixed with excess potassium hydroxide. The reaction yields

5.35 grams of potassium sulfate.

potassium hydrogen sulfate (aq) + potassium hydroxide (aq) —»potassium sulfate (aq) + water (l)

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What is the percent yield for this reaction?

 

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