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01:160:161 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Qnh, Vaporization, Joule

Chapter 11 class notes Tuesday, January 22, 2019 3:13 PM I. Heating Curve of a Solid a. Q=MCT b. i. Flat line= change of phase 1) Constant temperature ii. Slant line= change in temperature II. Heat of Fusion: amount of hea...

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A Vassilia
01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.4-12.6: Intermolecular Force, Coordination Number, Molar Mass
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Chemistry Textbook Notes 12.4-12.6 - We classify solids into three categories, based on the individual units that compose the solid: 1. Molecular 2. Ionic 3. Atomic - Molecular solids are solids that are composed of molecu...

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Paul Kimmel
01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.1, 12.3: Graphene, Coordination Number, Close-Packing Of Equal Spheres
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Chemistry Textbook Notes 12.1, 12.3 - Graphene is the thinnest material ever known and the strongest - Regular arrangements of atoms within a crystalline solid are called the crystalline lattice; the crystalline lattice of...

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Paul Kimmel
01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11.7-11.9: Phase Diagram
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Chemistry Textbook Notes 11.7-11.9 - In the heating curve diagram, we can divide the process into five segments: 1. Ice warming 2. Ice melting into liquid water 3. Liquid water warming 4. Liquid water vaporizing into steam...

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Paul Kimmel
01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11.4-11.6: Intermolecular Force, Capillary Action, Surface Tension
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Chemistry Textbook Notes 11.4-11.6 - The most important manifestation of intermolecular forces is the existences of molecular liquids and solids - A molecule at the surface has relatively fewer neighbors with which to inte...

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Paul Kimmel
01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11.1-11.3: Intermolecular Force, Well-Order, Boiling Point
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Chemistry Textbook Notes 11.1-11.3 - Intermolecular forces are the attractive forces that exist among the particles that compose matter - Intermolecular forces exist among all the particles that compose matter - They are r...

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Paul Kimmel
01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10.10-10.11: Intermolecular Force, Ideal Gas
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Chemistry Textbook Notes 10.10-10.11 - We can use conversion factors to determine the mass of product obtained in a chemical reaction based on a given mass of reactant or the mass of one reactant needed to react completely...

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Paul Kimmel
01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10.7-10.9: Kinetic Theory Of Gases, Ideal Gas Law, Partial Pressure
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Chemistry Textbook Notes 10.7-10.9 - Most gas samples are not pure; they are mixtures of gases - According to kinetic molecular theory, the particles in a gas mixture have a negligible size and they do not interact - The p...

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Paul Kimmel
01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10.5-10.6: Ideal Gas Law, Gas Constant, Kinetic Theory Of Gases
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Chemistry Textbook Notes 10.5-10.6 - All of the simple gas laws (Boyles law, Charles law, and Avogadros law) can be combined into a single gas law, giving us the ideal gas law - A hypothetical gas that exactly follows the ...

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Paul Kimmel
01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10.3-10.4: Atmospheric Pressure, Barometer, Torr
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Chemistry Textbook Notes 10.3-10.4 - Each collision exerts only a small force, but when the forces of the many particles are summed, they quickly add up - The result of the constant collisions between the atoms or molecule...

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Paul Kimmel
01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10.1-10.2: Kinetic Theory Of Gases
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Chemistry Textbook Notes 10.1-10.2 - Pressure is the force exerted per unit area by gas particles as they strike surfaces around them - Gaseous atoms or molecules exert a force when they collide with a surface - The result...

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Paul Kimmel
01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9.11: Lattice Energy, Ionic Radius, Ionic Compound
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Chemistry Textbook Notes 9.11 - Lattice energy is the energy associated with the formation of crystalline lattice of alternating cations and anions from the gaseous ions - The Born-Haber cycle is a hypothetical series of s...

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Paul Kimmel
01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9.9-9.10: Degree Symbol, Chemical Bond
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Chemistry Textbook Notes 9.9-9.10 - During a chemical reaction, the structure of the particles that compose matter changes - That structure change causes a potential energy change that results in an energy exchange with th...

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Paul Kimmel
01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter E.6 9.1-9.5: Kinetic Energy, Thermal Energy, Chemical Potential
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Chemistry Textbook Notes E.6, 9.1-9.5 - The basic definition of energy is the capacity to do work - Work is defined as the action of a force through a distance - The total energy of an object is the sum of its kinetic ener...

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Paul Kimmel
01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9.6-9.8: Exothermic Reaction, Endothermic Process, Enthalpy
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Chemistry Textbook Notes 9.6-9.8 - We define the enthalpy (H) of a system as the sum of its internal energy and the product of its pressure and volume: H= E + PV - Because internal energy, pressure, and volume are all stat...

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