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Acids Agenda Review Notes on Acids Homework HYDROGEN ION H+ Potassium iodide KI Silver oxide Ag2O LITHIUM ION Li+ ARSENIDE As-3 IRON (III) ION Fe+3 Copper (II) iodide ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Acids


1
Acids
  • Agenda
  • Review
  • Notes on Acids
  • Homework

2
HYDROGEN ION
  • H

3
Potassium iodide
  • KI

4
Silver oxide
  • Ag2O

5
LITHIUM ION
  • Li

6
ARSENIDE
  • As-3

7
IRON (III) ION
  • Fe3

8
Copper (II) iodide
  • CuI2

9
HYDRIDE
  • H-

10
Strontium chloride
  • SrCl2

11
Lithium bromide
  • LiBr

12
TITANIUM (III) ION
  • Ti3

13
Magnesium phosphate
  • Mg3(PO4)2

14
BROMIDE
  • Br-

15
Cobalt (II) fluoride
  • CoF2

16
Gold (III) bromide
  • AuBr3

17
SODIUM ION
  • Na

18
SCANDIUM (III) ION
  • Sc3

19
CHLORIDE
  • Cl-

20
IRON (II) ION
  • Fe2

21
COPPER (I) ION
  • Cu

22
ZINC ION
  • Zn2

23
OXIDE
  • O-2

24
CADMIUM ION
  • Cd2

25
BARIUM ION
  • Ba2

26
CARBON ION
  • C4

27
CARBIDE ION
  • C-4

28
COBALT (II) ION
  • Co2

29
NICKEL (II) ION
  • Ni2

30
GOLD (I) ION
  • Au

31
Calcium carbonate
  • CaCO3

32
BERYLLIUM ION
  • Be2

33
PHOSPHIDE
  • P-3

34
SILVER ION
  • Ag

35
MERCURY (II) ION
  • Hg2

36
SULFIDE
  • S-2

37
POTASSIUM ION
  • K

38
GOLD (III) ION
  • Au3

39
CALCIUM ION
  • Ca2

40
TIN (IV) ION
  • Sn4

41
STRONTIUM ION
  • Sr2

42
MANGANESE (II) ION
  • Mn2

43
LEAD (IV) ION
  • Pb4

44
ALUMINUM ION
  • Al3

45
Magnesium hydroxide
  • Mg(OH)2

46
COPPER (II) ION
  • Cu2

47
NITRIDE
  • N-3

48
SELENIDE
  • Se-2

49
Sodium acetate
  • NaC2H3O2

50
GALLIUM ION
  • Ga3

51
Sodium phosphide
  • Na3P

52
FLUORIDE
  • F-

53
Iron (III) sulfate
  • Fe2(SO4)3

54
TIN (II) ION
  • Sn2

55
MERCURY (I) ION
  • Hg22

56
Lithium acetate
  • LiC2H3O2

57
IODIDE
  • I-

58
Chromium (III) sulfide
  • Cr2S3

59
LEAD (II) ION
  • Pb2

60
Sodium hypochlorite
  • NaClO

61
BORON ION
  • B3

62
Barium chloride
  • BaCl2

63
Tin (IV) oxide
  • SnO2

64
Nickel (II) nitrate
  • Ni(NO3)2

65
Zinc chloride
  • ZnCl2

66
SILICON ION
  • Si4

67
MAGNESIUM ION
  • Mg2

68
Carbon dioxide
  • CO2

69
N N
  • Name
  • Formula
  • Structure

70
S H H
  • Name
  • Formula
  • Structure

71
FB F F
  • Name
  • Formula
  • Structure

72
Li Cl
  • Name
  • Formula
  • Structure

73
Acids
  • Date

74
Acids
  • Any compound that starts with an H is an acid.
  • Taste sour.
  • Turn litmus paper red.

75
New Song
  • Disk 2 number 10

76
  • Acids and bases have two different faces
  • Two different personalities
  • And you gotta find out what theyre all about
  • If you want to learn chemistry.

77
  • Now the first thing you gotta get strait in your
    head
  • Acids turn blue litmus paper red
  • They react with metals with awesome power,
  • They neutralize bases and taste very sour.

78
  • Bases are different from acids, its true,
  • Bases turn red litmus paper to blue.
  • They neutralize acids, feel slippery on skin
  • They taste sorta bitter, and are called alkaline

79
  • Acids and bases have two different faces
  • Two different personalities
  • And you gotta find out what theyre all about
  • If you want to learn chemistry.

80
  • Well, theres even more to this wonderful tale,
  • Something we call a pH scale.
  • It numbers from zero up to fourteen,
  • Those are powers of ten, if you know what I mean

81
  • When the pH is 7, then its a case,
  • Where the sample is neither acid nor base.
  • But less than 7?...its an acid we say,
  • More than 7?...its a base all the way

82
  • Acids and bases have two different faces
  • Two different personalities
  • And you gotta find out what theyre all about
  • If you want to learn chemistry.

83
  • Acids and bases?...now why should you care?
  • Cause acids and bases are everywhere.
  • You put them on salads, and they get in the rain,
  • They settle your tummy, and clean out your drain.

84
  • So the next time youre sitting under some shade,
  • And youre slipping a glass full of real
    lemonade,
  • Youll notice the sour taste and think in your
    head,
  • I bet it turn blue litmus paper red

85
  • Acids and bases have two different faces
  • Two different personalities
  • And you gotta find out what theyre all about
  • If you want to learn chemistry.

86
What are the 3 different endings for anions?
  • -ide
  • -ite
  • -ate

87
-ide
  • Drop the ide ending
  • Add hydro-nonmetal-ic acid

88
Practice
  • HF
  • HCl
  • HBr
  • HI
  • Hydrofluoric acid
  • Hydrochloric acid
  • Hydrobromic acid
  • Hydroiodic acid

89
-ite
  • Drop the ite ending
  • Add ous acid

90
Practice
  • H2SO3
  • HClO2
  • H3PO3
  • HClO
  • Sulfurous acid
  • Chlorous acid
  • Phosphorous acid
  • Hypochlorous acid

91
-ate
  • Drop the ate ending
  • Add ic acid

92
Practice
  • HC2H3O2
  • HClO3
  • H2SO4
  • H3PO4
  • Acetic acid
  • Chloric acid
  • Sulfuric acid
  • Phosphoric acid

93
Homework
  • Practice naming acids
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