AP Chemistry Bootcamp

AP Chemistry Bootcamp

For OHS AP Chem Placement Exam

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fahrenheit to celsius

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C = (F-32)/1.8

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Specific Volume

Front

Volume/Mass

Back

Halogens

Front

Nonmetals, Very Reactive, React with metals to form ionic compounds.

Back

Alkali Metals

Front

Very reactive so not found in nature usually. Low Melting Points, Low Density, Soft. 

Back

Parts of Periodic Table

Front

Number on top = Atomic Number, Letters = Symbol, Second Number = Atomic Mass

Back

Compound

Front

Combo of elements, can be decomposed, constant composition

Example: Water

Back

Alkali Earth Metals

Front

Less Reactive, Stronger, Higher Melting Point, More Dense.

Back

fahrenheit to celsius

Front

K = ((F-32)/1.8))+273.15

Back

Protons, Electrons, Neutrons

Front
Back

Random Error

Front

a measuremnt has an equal probability of being measure above or below true value

Back

f

Front

femto, base x 10^-15, 1 quadrillionth

Back

Law of Multiple Proportions

Front

When two Elements (A and B) form two different compounds, The Masses of B that Combine with 1g of A can be expressed as a ration of small whole numbers.

Back

Nonmetals

Front

Found in all 3 states, poor conductors, solids are brittle, become anions. RIGHT

Back

Chemical Change

Front

Creates a new substance with a different composition

Example: Rusting

Back

k

Front

kilo-, base x 10^3, 1thousand times

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Elements

Front

Only one type of atom, cannot be decomposed into simpler substances

Example: Oxygen

Back

M

Front

mega-, base x 10^6, 1million times

Back

Z

Front

Atomic Number, Number of Protons

Back

Noble Gases

Front

All gases at room temperature, Very unreactive, Not found as ions hard to change number of electron

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Cations

Front

Metals, Positively Charged, Less Electors, Name Name just with Ion at the end

Back

Ions

Front

Charged Atoms, Charge = Protons-Electrons

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celsius to fahrenheit

Front

F = C(1.8)+32

 

Back

Metals

Front

Solid at room temperature, except Hg. Shiny. Conduct Heat. Conduct Electricity. Malleable. Ductile. Form Cations. 75% of elements are metals. LEFT

Back

m

Front

milli-, base x 10^-3, 1 thousandth

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Semiconductors

Front

Show some properties of Metals and Nonmetals, super powerful. ZIGZAG

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celsius to kelvin

Front

K = C+273.15

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Anions

Front

Non Metals, Negatively Charged, More electrons --> Changes name to -ide. Flourine--> Flouride

Back

Systematic Error

Front

error occurs in the same direction each time

Back

c

Front

centi-, base x 10^-2, 1 hundredth 

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Mass

Front

Protons + Neutrons, when they are multiple isotopes find the weighted average

Back

Nucleus

Front

Very Dense, Almost all of the mass with very little volume

Back

d

Front

deci-, base x 10^-1, 1 tenth

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Law of Conservation of Matter

Front

Matter cannot be created nor destroyed. Total Mass of Reactants=Total Mass of Products.

Back

Physical Change

Front

Structure and Composition do not change

Example: Phase Changes

Back

n

Front

nano-, base x 10^-9, 1 billionth

Back

Law of Definite Proportions

Front

All samples of a given compound have the same proportions of their elements.

Back

Where are the elements on the periodic table?

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Back

p

Front

pico-, base x 10^-12, 1 trillionth

Back

Specific Gravity 

Front

Density of substance/Density of Water (1000kg/m^3)

Back

Density

Front

Mass/Volume

Back

µ

Front

micro-, base x 10^-6, 1 millionth

Back

Types of Pure Substances

Front

Elements, Compounds

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