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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mc WhorterFall

[CH 1010] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (27 pages long)

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Binary (two element) ionic compounds consist of combinations of cations formed from metallic elements and anions formed from nonmetals. These ions are
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Thomas HickmanFall

[CH 1010] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (45 pages long)

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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mc WhorterSpring

CH 1010- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 56 pages long!)

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Chemistry: study of the composition, properties, and structure of matter. Molecules: atoms that are chemically bonded to each other. Particles are held
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CLEMSON UCH-1010TaylorFall

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Chapter 1: matter and energy- an atomic perspective. Chemistry- the study of the composition, properties and transformations (changes) of matter. Theor
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Tania HoujeiryFall

[CH 1010] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 76 pages long Study Guide!

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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mc WhorterFall

[CH 1010] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (27 pages long)

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Binary (two element) ionic compounds consist of combinations of cations formed from metallic elements and anions formed from nonmetals. These ions are
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CLEMSON UCH-1010PenningtonFall

CH 1010 Midterm: Intermolecular Forces

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CH 1010 Midterm: Lewis Structures, Bonds, Molecules

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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mc WhorterFall

CH-1010 Final: Chem Final Exam Review

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CLEMSON UCH-1010PenningtonFall

CH 1010 Final: Electromagnetic Spectrum and Quantum Numbers

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CH 1010 Exam 1 Fall 2014

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Ch 1010 exam 1 fall 2014 - form a. Fill in your name, id#, and section on this test booklet. Fill in and bubble in your name, id#, and section on the s
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CH 1010 Exam 1 Fall 2017

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CHEM 1020 Clemson Exam3.Spring2014

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Ch 1020 exam 3 spring 2016 - form a. Fill in your name, id#, and section on this test booklet. Fill in and bubble in your name, id# (bubble 0 for c ),
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CH 1020 Exam 3 Spring 2017

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CHEM 1020 Clemson Key.Exam3.Spring2014

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CHEM 1020 Clemson Key.Exam2.Spring2014

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CHEM 1020 Clemson Exam2.Spring2014

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Ch 1020 exam 2 spring 2017 - form a. Fill in your name, id#, and section on this test booklet. Fill in and bubble in your name, id# (bubble 0 for c ),
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CLEMSON UECON-2120Tyler FrancisSpring

ECON-2120 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Prescription Drug, Socalled, Opportunity Cost

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Your exam will consist of 8 short-answer questions and 20 multiple choice questions. The short-answer questions will require between 1-3 sentences to a
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CLEMSON UECON-2120Tyler FrancisSpring

ECON-2120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Mick Jagger, Snoop Dogg, Gucci Mane

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CLEMSON UCH-1010Thomas HickmanFall

CH 1010 Lecture 6: Chem Chapter 6 (Test 2 Material)

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CLEMSON UCH-1010Thomas HickmanFall

CH-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Square Planar Molecular Geometry, High-Altitude Pulmonary Edema, Orbital Hybridisation

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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mc WhorterSpring

CH-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Valence Electron, Electric Potential, Nonmetal

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Chemical change requires bond breaking and bond forming. Two oppositely charged ions approach they can form a bond which results in a lower energy for
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mc WhorterSpring

CH-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: William Hyde Wollaston, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Electric Field

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Rutherford (gold foil experiment) believed that electrons orbited the nucleus. Classical physics predicts the electrons should lose energy and spiral i
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mc WhorterSpring

CH-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cathode Ray Tube, Robert Andrews Millikan, Atomic Number

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Atoms are the fundamental building blocks (smallest particles) of matter. Model is consistent with observation (laws) and explains behavior of matter.
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mc WhorterSpring

CH-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Lone Pair, Vsepr Theory, Covalent Bond

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Draw lewis dot structure (predicts ve around central atom) Count the electron domains (high e density) a. b. A nonbonding lone pair counts as a single
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Thomas HickmanFall

CH-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Atomic Orbital

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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mc WhorterSpring

CH-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Acetic Acid, Empirical Formula, Covalent Bond

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Chemical formula review: the chemical formula shows the elements present in a compound and their relative proportions. Ionic compound: simplest whole n
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mc WhorterSpring

CH-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ionic Compound, Lattice Energy, Ionic Bonding

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Ions held together by electrostatic attraction of opposite charges, ionic bonding. Maximizes attractive forces between cation and anions, every cation
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mc WhorterSpring

CH-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: London Dispersion Force, Intermolecular Force, Ionic Bonding

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CLEMSON UCH-1010Tania HoujeiryFall

CH 1010 Chapter 9: Exam 3

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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mc WhorterFall

CH-1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Sodium Chloride, Lattice Energy, Molar Mass

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The macroscopic properties of substances, which we can readily observe and measure, arise from the microscopic interactions between the particles that
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mycia CoxFall

CH-1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Chemical Equation, Strong Electrolyte, Spectator Ion

Molarity (m)- the number of moles of solute per liter of solution: m=n/v; also called molar concentration. Standard solution- a solution of known conce
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mc WhorterFall

CH-1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Supersaturation, Oxidation State, Analyte

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A solution is a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances. Though we usually think of solutions as liquids, homogeneous mixtures of solids and gase
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mycia CoxFall

CH-1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Combined Gas Law, Kinetic Theory Of Gases, Ideal Gas Law

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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mycia CoxFall

CH 1010 Chapter 9: Textbook Notes

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There are two broad categories or energy: kinetic energy, which is the energy of an object in motion, and potential energy, which can be the energy tha
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mycia CoxFall

CH-1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Chemical Equation, Limiting Reagent, Hematite

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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mycia CoxFall

CH-1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Real Gas, Ideal Gas Law, Johannes Diderik Van Der Waals

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If we observe how gases behave at temperature and pressures such as: gases expand to occupy the entire volume of their containers, gases in inflated pa
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Tania HoujeiryFall

CH 1010 Chapter 1: --

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CH 1010 Chapter 2: --

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CLEMSON UCH-1010Tania HoujeiryFall

CH 1010 Chapter 9: Exam 3

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CH 1010- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 56 pages long!)

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CH-1010 Final: Chem Final Exam Review

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CH-1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Sodium Chloride, Lattice Energy, Molar Mass

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CH-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Acetic Acid, Empirical Formula, Covalent Bond

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CH-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ionic Compound, Lattice Energy, Ionic Bonding

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CH-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Lattice Energy, Covalent Bond, Bond-Dissociation Energy

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Strong electrostatic attraction between particles (high lattice energy= high melting point) Combination of metal cations and non- metal anions. Low mel
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CH-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Lone Pair, Vsepr Theory, Covalent Bond

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