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  • 1. elements are composed of indivisible particles-atoms. 2. atoms of the same element are alike in mass and size. 3. atoms of different elements are not alike they have different masses and sizes. 4. compounds are union of two or more atoms of different elements. 5. compounds contain simple numerical ratios of atoms.6. more than one compound can be formed of atoms of two elements.Dalton rules:Rutherford conclusions:1. Atom has minuscule nucleus, 100 000 smaller than the atom, containing all positive charge.2. Electrons are negatively charged and orbit around atom nucleus.Mass of p is 1840 x mass of e- (1.67 x 10-24 g).Ions are formed when an atom gains or looses electrons.Number of protons give the identity of the atom.Isotopes differ in number of neutrons and masses.Mass #Atomic #Average atomic mass is the sum of masses of isotopes multiplied with its abundance. It is assumed that the masses of p and n are equal, and electron masses are ignored.Average mass of Cu is: (62.9298 x 0.6909) + ((64.9278 x 0.3091) = 63.55Element Symbol Z mass# #p #n #e chargeBromine Br- 35 80 35 45 36 -1Sulfur S 16 34 16 16 18 -2

    Z = #p. Mass# = #p + #n. charge = #p - #e.

  • Metal and nonmetal usually make an ionic compound. Nonmetals create covalent bonding. Metals create cations (group IA: 1+, group 2A: 2+), nonmetals produce anions (group VIA: 2-, group VIIA: 1-) as all elements tend to create electron configuration of their closest noble gas.Formula follows electronegativities of the elements.Binary, ionic compound: metal name unchanged, non-metal changes the ending to ide: Sodium chloride, NaCl.Transition metals contain charge in Roman numerals, Copper (II) oxide, CuO.Binary covalent compound: must give prefix how many atoms of each kind is in. N2O5: Dinitrogen pentoxide.Polyatomic ions: ammonium NH4+, carbonate, CO32-, sulfate SO42-, nitrate, NO3-, phosphate, PO43-. The last three -ate anions have a similar ite ion: same charge, one less oxygen atom in the formula.A compound must be neutral, so the sum of positive charges in an ionic compound must compensate the sum of negative charges. In Mg3(PO4)2. each Mg is 2+ charged, so the sum of positive charges is +6. Each (PO4) ion is 3-, thus the sum of negative charges is 6-. Acids: If the acid contains no oxygen, make the name by prefix Hydro-, and suffix -ic acid. Hydrochloric acid, HCl. Oxyacids: If the anion ends with ate, the acid ends with ic. If the anion ends with ite, the acid ends with -ous. Nitrate nitric acid. Sulfite sulfurous acid.Cation Anions SO42- Cl- O2-K+ K2SO4 KCl K2OH+ H2SO4 HCl H2O Zn2+ ZnSO4 ZnCl2 ZnOAl3+ Al2(SO4)3 AlCl3 Al2O3

  • Al + Fe2O3 Fe + Al2O3 2 2(s)(s)(s)(s)Formulas (substances), coefficients and symbols (+, ) make the core of a chemical equation. Physical state in parenthesis, conditions placed around N2 + H2 NH3Step 2: Start balancing metal first. Continue with nonmetals other than O or H.2N: H:22N: H:132636Step 3: Balance O or H. if there is either O2 or H2 on the left side, balance it last.

    Step1: Count atoms on each side.BalancingSingle-displacement reactions2 Al(s) + Fe2O3(s) Al2O3(s) + 2 Fe(l) Double-displacement reactionsPCl3(l) + 3 AgF(s) PF3(g) + 3 AgCl(s) Decomposition reactionCombination reactionH2(g) + I2(g) 2 HI(g)Single displacement reactions require that the free element is more reactive than the one in the compound. Element reactivity is found in metal activity series and halogen activity series. Double displacement reactions require that either formation of water (accompanied by heat), gas or precipitate occurs.CH4 + 2O2 CO2 + 2H2O + 890 kJ Energy of activation required to start a reaction. Heat is either absorbed (endothermic) or released (exothermic reaction). Heat can be placed in the equation.

  • s: 2 e-p: 6 e-d: 10 e-f: 14 e-1234Period1s24s2 4p6 4d10 4f143s2 3p6 3d10 2s2 2p6Shells = periods (n= 1, 2, 3, )Subshells = s, p, d, fOrbitals = electron pathways; each holds up to two electrons.s p d fS: 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p4 = [Ne] 3s2 3p4Fe: 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p4 4s2 3d6 = [Ar] 4s2 3d6Filling of the subshells: follow the periodic table3d is filled in 4th period 4f is filled in 6th period1234Orbital diagramElectron configuration