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Potions & Poisons B

Posted: November 7th, 2018, 10:38 am
by Galahad
I’m pretty sure I didn’t see one of these so I decided to make one.

I’ll start

What is the difference between a polar and nonpolar covalent bond?

Re: Potions & Poisons B

Posted: November 7th, 2018, 3:25 pm
by vehicleguy
Polar covalent bonds is when an unequal amount of electrons is shared. Nonpolar is when an equal amount of electrons is shared.

Question:
1. Is saltwater a mixture or solution
2. Is saltwater heterogenous or homogenous
3. Name one way to separate the salt from the water

Re: Potions & Poisons B

Posted: November 7th, 2018, 5:49 pm
by jimmy-bond
Answers:
1. Solution
2. Homogeneous
3. Distillation


Questions:
1. What order is Agkistrodon contortrix a part of?
2. What is the Latin root of mercury and what does it mean?
3. Peracetic acid is formed by mixing what two household chemicals?

Re: Potions & Poisons B

Posted: November 7th, 2018, 10:40 pm
by Galahad
answers

1. What order is Agkistrodon contortrix a part of?
2. What is the Latin root of mercury and what does it mean?
3. Peracetic acid is formed by mixing what two household chemicals?

1) squamata 2) hydrogyros? liquid metal 3) h202 + acetic acid

Re: Potions & Poisons B

Posted: November 7th, 2018, 11:48 pm
by jimmy-bond
Galahad wrote:answers

1. What order is Agkistrodon contortrix a part of?
2. What is the Latin root of mercury and what does it mean?
3. Peracetic acid is formed by mixing what two household chemicals?

1) squamata 2) hydrogyros? liquid metal 3) h202 + acetic acid

Hah what a scrub. The answer for 2 is hydrargyrum, silver water . Everything else is fine. Your turn.

Re: Potions & Poisons B

Posted: November 8th, 2018, 11:43 pm
by Galahad
jimmy-bond wrote:
Galahad wrote:answers

1. What order is Agkistrodon contortrix a part of?
2. What is the Latin root of mercury and what does it mean?
3. Peracetic acid is formed by mixing what two household chemicals?

1) squamata 2) hydrogyros? liquid metal 3) h202 + acetic acid

Hah what a scrub. The answer for 2 is hydrargyrum, silver water . Everything else is fine. Your turn.


same difference

1. What is the difference between an inter and intra molecular bond?
2. What is an example of an intermolecular bond? (Chemical formula)
3. What is an example of an intramolecular bond? (Chemical formula)

Re: Potions & Poisons B

Posted: November 9th, 2018, 6:02 am
by vehicleguy
Intramolecular bonds are the connection between atoms within a molecule, while intermolecular bonds are the connections between molecules.
Intramolecular:C2
Intermolecular:C2+H2

Re: Potions & Poisons B

Posted: November 9th, 2018, 5:13 pm
by Galahad
Correct! Your turn!

Re: Potions & Poisons B

Posted: November 27th, 2018, 4:16 pm
by vehicleguy
Whoops didn't know it was my turn...
Explain how fractional distillation works.

Re: Potions & Poisons B

Posted: February 10th, 2019, 8:56 pm
by starfruit
This kind of died but whatever
1. Which plant's nickname is stinking nightshade?
2. How do you find the electronegativity of a compound?
3. What is a cation/how do you find the charge of a cation?
4. _(NH4)3PO4+_PB(NO3)4 ---->
_PB3(PO4)4+_NH4NO3

Re: Potions & Poisons B

Posted: February 11th, 2019, 9:02 am
by Crimesolver
starfruit wrote:This kind of died but whatever
1. Which plant's nickname is stinking nightshade?
2. How do you find the electronegativity of a compound?
3. What is a cation/how do you find the charge of a cation?
4. _(NH4)3PO4+_PB(NO3)4 ---->
_PB3(PO4)4+_NH4NO3


answers
1. Henbane
2. Subtract the the higher electronegative element from the lower electronegative element
3. A cation is a positively charged ion. This can be calculated by subtracting the number of electrons on the Ion by the protons.
4.4,3,1,12

Re: Potions & Poisons B

Posted: February 11th, 2019, 1:27 pm
by starfruit
Yup, your turn!

Re: Potions & Poisons B

Posted: February 11th, 2019, 6:47 pm
by Crimesolver
1. How does fish consuming mercury affecting mercury poisoning for humans?
2. Are these compounds a polar or non-polar bond?
a. O2
b. H2O
c. CO2
3. What does ph determine molecular wise?

Re: Potions & Poisons B

Posted: February 11th, 2019, 8:34 pm
by starfruit
1.) seafood is the most common cause of mercury poisoning/when fish ingest mercury it is usually passed on to humans when we consume seafood and can cause birth defects, neurological damage, etc. ?
2a.) nonpolar
2b.) polar
2c.) nonpolar
3.) ph is the measure of H+ (acid) and OH- (bases) in a substance

Re: Potions & Poisons B

Posted: February 13th, 2019, 9:31 am
by Crimesolver
starfruit wrote:1.) seafood is the most common cause of mercury poisoning/when fish ingest mercury it is usually passed on to humans when we consume seafood and can cause birth defects, neurological damage, etc. ?
2a.) nonpolar
2b.) polar
2c.) nonpolar
3.) ph is the measure of H+ (acid) and OH- (bases) in a substance

Correct! Your turn-