Chemistry revision 7

CSEC Chemistry Paper 2 Acids, Bases & Salts-Salt Preparation (Teaser??) Since we know that when an acid and a base react, a salt and water is formed, we automatically know how to make at least one salt, provided we know an acid and a base. In preparing a salt, any salt, the type of salt […]

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Chemistry revision 6

CSEC Chemistry Paper 2 Acids, Bases & Salts-Salts cont’d Have you ever wondered why some salts appear crystalline and beautiful while some look powdery and dull? The reason is a bit similar to what the doctors say about how your skin looks when you drink plenteous amounts of water versus not drinking much or any […]

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Chemistry revision 5

CSEC Chemistry Paper 2 (May 14, 2020) Acids, Bases & Salts Salts at last. Salt is a common term used to describe common table salt, sodium chloride (NaCl) A salt however, is a compound formed when some or all of the H+ ions in the acid are replaced by a metal or ammonium ion. If […]

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Chemistry revision 4

CSEC Chemistry (May 13, 2020) Acids, Bases & Salts: The Missing Piece- Concentration vs Strength If you really have been seriously reviewing this topic, even if you are looking at it for the first time, you would have come upon the term, “strong” and “weak” acids and alkalis. As a child, when tasked with making […]

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Chemistry Revision 1

CSEC Chemistry Paper 2 (May 10, 2020) Daily revision is from Acids, Bases & Salts. Acid anhydride literally means acid “without hydrogen” or what we would call a “dry acid” since the hydrogen is coming fro the water. (See below) (Prefix ‘an” means without and “hydride” from word which means hydrogen. The formal definition is […]

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