Grade 11 Chemistry Review

Periodic Table



Periodic Trends







Chemical Compounds and Bonding



Lewis Structures


Octet Rule


Ionic Compounds


Properties of Ionic Compounds


Covalent Compounds


Properties of Covalent Compounds


Differences between the properties of Ionic and Covalent bonds


Polar Covalent Bonds


Chemical Formulas and Names


There are different names for elements that form more than one oxyanion. The rules are as follows:





Hydrated Salts


Greek Prefixes



Acid Salts


Binary and Ternary Acids



Chemical Reactions



Recognizing a Chemical Change



Writing Chemical Equations


Synthesis Reactions



Decomposition reactions



Single Displacement Reactions



Activity Series



Li K Ba Ca Na Mg Al Zn Fe Ni Sn Pb H Cu Hg Ag Au




Double Displacement Reactions


Reactions that Produce a Precipitate


Reactions that Produce a Gas



Reactions that Produce Water



Quantities in Chemical Reactions



The Mole


Calculating Mass of Hydrate


Percent Composition


Determining Chemical Formulas

Calculating Empirical Formula


Calculating Molecular Formula



Limiting and Excess Reagents



Percent Yield


Solutions and Solubility



Temperature and Solubility

Why do many ionic compounds dissolve in water?



Why do some covalent compounds dissolve in water?


Calculating the concentration of a solution


Preparing Standard Solutions


Acid and Base Theories


Arrhenius’s Theory of Acids and Bases


Bronsted-Lowry Theory of Acids and Bases


Strong & Weak Acids


Strong and Weak Bases


Measuring PH


Net/Total Ionic Equations


Volumetric Analysis


Gravimetric Analysis





Properties of Gasses


1 Atmospheric = 101.3kPa = 760mmHg = 14.7 lb/in


Standard Temperature and Pressure (STP)


Standard Ambient Temperature and Pressure (SATP)


Ideal Gas Relationships


Boyle’s Law


P1V1 = P2V2


Charles Law


V1/T1 = V2/T2


Gay-Lussac’s Law


P1/T1 = P2/T2


Gasses and the Kinetic-Molecular Theory



Combined and Ideal Gas Laws


Determining Molar Volume



The Ideal Gas Law


Vapour Pressure and Dalton’s Law


Gasses in Solutions


Calculations Involving Reactions That Require or Produce Gases


Reactions Involving Gasses and Solutions







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