Elements of Chemical Change.
Paragraphs 2-1 through 2-13 and exercises.
After completing this lesson, you should be able to:
Given a chemical equation, describe the
chemical events occurring in the reaction, to
include names of reactants and products and any
special conditions indicated.
Given a description of a chemical reaction, write
and balance the equation for the reaction.
milligram molecular weight, and milliequivalent
Given the name of an inorganic compound
commonly encountered in medicine, calculate
the milligram formula weight and milliequivalent
weight of that compound.
Define oxidation and reduction.
Given an inorganic chemical reaction, identify the
oxidizing and reducing agents.
Define an acid and a base according to the
classical theory and according to the Bronsted-
Given a chemical formula, indicate whether it is
an acid or a base.
List three properties of bases and five properties
2-10. State the antidotes for external or internal contact
with a strong acid or a strong base.