For the test, you will need to be able to: distinguish acids and bases based on their properties (see our first mini-lab and the beginning of the powerpoint); name acids and bases according to the correct nomenclature systems; calculate pH, pOH, [H+], and [OH-]; write dissociation reactions; calculate Ka and Kb with or without an ICE box (KEY); and perform the calculations pertinent to a titration (from lab). You should also know the strong acids and bases, as well as the differences between the major acid-base theories. Here are the keys for the homework sheets from this week; each of the links above is also a review sheet and/or a key.
And finally, here is the list of topics we have covered over the course of this year. The final exam will be 70 multiple choice questions, focusing more heavily on the third and fourth quarters. As always, you will be given a periodic table, and you will be allowed to bring a calculator.
Have a wonderful weekend!