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ECON-2120 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Prescription Drug, Socalled, Opportunity Cost
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 aView Document
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CH-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: William Hyde Wollaston, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Electric Field
Rutherford (gold foil experiment) believed that electrons orbited the nucleus. Classical physics predicts the electrons should lose energy and spiral iView Document
CH-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cathode Ray Tube, Robert Andrews Millikan, Atomic Number
Atoms are the fundamental building blocks (smallest particles) of matter. Model is consistent with observation (laws) and explains behavior of matter.View Document
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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 paView Document
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CH-1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Lattice Energy, Covalent Bond, Bond-Dissociation Energy
Strong electrostatic attraction between particles (high lattice energy= high melting point) Combination of metal cations and non- metal anions. Low melView Document