Strong Acids/Strong Bases

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HCl

Hydrochloric Acid

2

HBr

Hydrobromic Acid

3

HI

Hydroidonic Acid

4

H2SO4

Sulfuric Acid

5

HNO3

Nitric Acid

6

HClO4

Perchloric Acid

7

LiOH

Lithium Hydroxide

8

NaOH

Sodium Hydroxide

9

KOH

Potassium Hydroxide

10

RbOH

Rubidium Hydroxide

11

CsOH

Cesium Hydroxide

12

Ba(OH)2

Barium Hydroxide

13

Sr(OH)2

Stronium Hydroxide

14

Ca(OH)2

Calcium Hydroxide

15

Mg(OH)2

Magnesium Hydroxide

16

Zn2+

Zinc

17

Sr2+

Stronium

18

Ca2+

Calcium

19

Fe3+

Iron (III)

20

Cr3+

Chromium (II)

21

Al 3+

Aluminum

22

Ba2+

Barium

23

Cd2+

Cadmium

24

S2-

Sulfide

25

H-

Hydride

26

Cu2+

Copper (II)

27

Mn2+

Manganese (II)

28

Fe2+

Iron (II)

29

Co2+

Cobalt

30

Pb2+

Lead (II)

31

Hg2+

Mercury(II)

32

Cu+

Copper (I)

33

Ag+

Silver

34

S and O and 2- and 3

Sulfite

35

S and O and 2- and 4

Sulfate

36

NO and - and 2

Nitrite

37

NO and - and 3

Nitrate

38

O and 2- and 2

Peroxide

39

ClO and - and 2

Chlorite

40

ClO and - and 3

chlorate

41

PO and 3- and 4

Phosphate

42

PO and 3- and 3

Phosphite

43

CO2- and 3

carbonate

44

H3O+

Hydronium

45

CrO and 2- and 4

chromate

46

HSO and - and 4

Hydrogen Sulfate

47

MnO - and 4

Permanganate

48

H2PO4 and -

Hydrogen phosphate

49

C2H3O2-

Acetate

50

Enthalpy

Heat exchanged between the system and surroundings at a constant pressure

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Enthalpy of Reaction

delta Hrxn; heat exchanged at a constant pressure for a specific reaction

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Standard enthalpy of formation

Delta Hf; the enthalpy change associated with the formation of 1 mole of a substance from its constituent elements

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specific heat

the amount of heat required to increase the temperature of 1 g of a substance by 1 degree C

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Heat capacity

the amount of heat required to increase the temperature of an object by 1 degree C

55

standard enthalpy of a reaction

delta H rxn: can be calculated for any reaction using tabulated standard enthalpies of formation of products and reactants