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Chemistry 101

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Last updated: October 2, 2012
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Hint
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1 Oxygen atom bonded to 2 Hydrgen
water
the gas humans exhale
carbon dioxide
gas, liquid and solid or all states of
matter
a compound with a vinegar like smell
acetic acid
Hint
Answer
acid in the stomach
hydrochloric acid
name for NaCl, when added as a seasoning for food
Salt
Isomers that rotate polarised light
optical isomers
The colour of acidified Potassium Permanganate solution
purple
Hint
Answer
The colour of acidified Potassium Dichromate solution
orange
Reaction where a substance is Reduced and Oxidised
disproportionation
Vital Law used when Calcuating enthalpy change
Hessers law
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level 12
Oct 8, 2012
enantiomers are the same thing as optical isomers, you should accept that. redox is another term for disproportionation, accept that too. it's Hess's law, not Hessers.
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level 23
Nov 13, 2013
This was exactly the comment I wanted to make
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level 21
May 1, 2019
thank you
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level 12
Oct 8, 2012
or if you insist with disproportionation, make it more specific and say that it's the same chemical species that undergoes both reduction and oxidation
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level 17
Apr 29, 2013
Can't it be "Gibbs Free Energy Law"? Also, why can't it be a "Reduction-Oxidation Reaction", or simply "Redox"?
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level 67
Dec 6, 2015
By the way, acetic acid is also commonly known as ethanoic acid, especially in british systems.
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level 27
May 17, 2017
hess's law and also, accept ethanoic acid for acetic acid
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level 20
Jun 6, 2018
As previous comments have stated, the correct spelling is "Hess's Law", not Hesser's Law
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level 32
Mar 15, 2019
This quiz is garbage. Too many errors