Exams are coming!
Get ready with premium notes and study guides!

All Educational Materials for 01:160:162 at Rutgers University

RUTGERS01:160:162TavssSpring

[01:160:162] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (324 pages long)

324 Page
29 Nov 2016
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162KimmelSpring

[01:160:162] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (60 pages long)

60 Page
1 Dec 2016
Study of the factors that affect the rates of chemical reactions. A-a + b a b + a. Only a fraction of the collisions with enough energy to form product
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162Emmanuel HoveSpring

[01:160:162] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 61 pages long Study Guide!

61 Page
30 Mar 2017
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162KimmelSpring

01:160:162- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 78 pages long!)

78 Page
28 Mar 2018
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162Christine Altinis- KirazSpring

[01:160:162] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 65 pages long Study Guide!

65 Page
29 Nov 2016
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162B.LangowskiSpring

01:160:162- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 122 pages long!)

122 Page
13 Oct 2017
Many relevant reactions take place between particles/molecules in solution. Chemical behavior of particles within solution differ from their behavior i
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162B.LangowskiSpring

01:160:162 Midterm: Chem 2 Exam 3

22 Page
28 Nov 2017
A set of empirical rules that allow us to determine an ionic compound"s water-solubility. Compounds were categorized as either soluble or insoluble the
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162B.LangowskiSpring

01:160:162 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Equilibrium Constant, Chemical Species, Partial Pressure

15 Page
28 Nov 2017
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162B.LangowskiSpring

01:160:162 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Mole Fraction, Aqueous Solution, Intermolecular Force

13 Page
28 Nov 2017
Aqueous solution water is the solvent, and a solid, liquid or gas is the solute. Composed of solute(s) dissolved in a solvent. Amount of a substance th
View Document
View all (9+)

Trending

Frequently-seen exam questions from 2014 - 2018.

01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Joule, Endothermic Process, Bromine

22 Page
29 May 2019
Problems to prepare students for hourly exam ii: non acid-base equilibrium concepts, non acid-base equilibrium calculations, le chatelier"s principle,
View Document

01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Electrochemistry, Joule, Lithium Chloride

26 Page
29 May 2019
View Document

01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Radioactive Decay, Joule, Beta Particle

26 Page
29 May 2019
View Document

01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Spectator Ion, Calcium Hydroxide, Equilibrium Constant

65 Page
29 May 2019
View Document

01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Half-Life, Reaction Rate Constant, Reaction Mechanism

83 Page
29 May 2019
View Document

01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Joule, Fiat Cr.42, Electron Capture

14 Page
29 May 2019
Problems to prepare students for chem 162 final exam: radioactive decay particles and rays, radioactive decay kinetics, nuclear binding energy, miscell
View Document

01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Colligative Properties, Mole Fraction, Boiling Point

75 Page
29 May 2019
View Document

01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Structural Isomer, 3Cr Melbourne, Denticity

19 Page
29 May 2019
View Document

01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Solubility Equilibrium, Inflection Point, Bayerischer Rundfunk

90 Page
29 May 2019
View Document

01:160:161 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Colligative Properties, Mole Fraction, Boiling Point

41 Page
29 May 2019
View Document
View all professors (9+)
RUTGERS01:160:162Christine Altinis- KirazSpring

01:160:162 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Conjugate Acid, Litmus, Ph

11 Page
19 Dec 2016
Chapter 17: acids and bases: 17. 1 batman"s basic blunder. More tightly h held, less likely it is to come off. A 1. 0m hcl solution has an h3o+ concent
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162B.LangowskiSpring

01:160:162 Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Reduction Potential, Membrane Potential, Intensive And Extensive Properties

4 Page
25 Jul 2017
E values as they are written indicate potential of half-reactions to go in direction of reduction. Higher e reaction likes to go towards reduction. Cha
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162Christine Altinis- KirazSpring

01:160:162 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Dynamic Equilibrium, Equilibrium Constant, Chemical Equilibrium

9 Page
19 Dec 2016
Transports oxygen from lungs to all parts of the body that uses oxygen. As concentration of hi increases, reverse reaction begins to occur at a faster
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162TavssSpring

01:160:162 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Activation Energy, Equilibrium Constant, Joule

14 Page
2 Nov 2016
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162B.LangowskiSpring

01:160:162 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Concentration Cell, Nernst Equation, Electrolytic Cell

2 Page
25 Jul 2017
Concentration cell voltaic cell that employs the same half-reaction within anode and cathode. Difference in [] between half-cells drives spontaneous e-
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162B.LangowskiSpring

01:160:162 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Reaction Quotient, Water Vapor, Partial Pressure

3 Page
25 Jul 2017
Free e changes (cid:900)(cid:933)(cid:914)(cid:927)(cid:917)(cid:914)(cid:931)(cid:917) (cid:857) (cid:888) (cid:858) (cid:935)(cid:932) n(cid:928)(cid
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162B.LangowskiSpring

01:160:162 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Potassium Ferricyanide, Counterion, Ethylenediamine

3 Page
25 Jul 2017
Combine the name of complex ion(s) with name of counterion(s) Name counterions as you would for simple ionic compounds. When writing formula of complex
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162KimmelSpring

01:160:162 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Conjugate Acid, Talc, Sodium Hydroxide

5 Page
4 Mar 2018
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162B.LangowskiSpring

01:160:162 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Ludwig Boltzmann, Spontaneous Process, Enthalpy

5 Page
25 Jul 2017
Spontaneous (cid:1543) process that occurs without any ongoing outside intervention. Ball rolling down ramp, glass shattering when hit, spread of therm
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162KimmelSpring

01:160:162 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Taco, Sodium Hydroxide, Conjugate Acid

5 Page
14 Mar 2018
View Document
View all (100+)
RUTGERS01:160:162guerraSpring

01:160:162 Chapter 13: new doc 2018-08-03 22.35.39

4 Page
4 Aug 2018
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162KimmelSpring

01:160:162 Chapter 17.11-18.3: Notes Chapter 17.11-18.3

4 Page
4 Mar 2018
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162guerraSpring

01:160:162 Chapter 16: new doc 2018-07-31 22.56.09

2 Page
1 Aug 2018
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162guerraSpring

01:160:162 Chapter 14: new doc 2018-07-31 22.52.26

2 Page
1 Aug 2018
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162guerraSpring

01:160:162 Chapter 15: new doc 2018-07-31 22.55.05

2 Page
1 Aug 2018
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162guerraSpring

01:160:162 Chapter 18: new doc 2018-07-31 22.57.56

2 Page
1 Aug 2018
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162guerraSpring

01:160:162 Chapter 14: new doc 2018-07-31 22.53.46

2 Page
1 Aug 2018
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162guerraSpring

01:160:162 Chapter 18: new doc 2018-07-31 22.59.54

2 Page
1 Aug 2018
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162guerraSpring

01:160:162 Chapter 18: new doc 2018-07-31 22.59.01

2 Page
1 Aug 2018
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162guerraSpring

01:160:162 Chapter 14: new doc 2018-07-31 22.53.04

2 Page
1 Aug 2018
View Document
View all (20+)

Most Popular

Your classmates’ favorite documents.
RUTGERS01:160:162B.LangowskiSpring

01:160:162- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 122 pages long!)

122 Page
13 Oct 2017
Many relevant reactions take place between particles/molecules in solution. Chemical behavior of particles within solution differ from their behavior i
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162KimmelSpring

[01:160:162] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (60 pages long)

60 Page
1 Dec 2016
Study of the factors that affect the rates of chemical reactions. A-a + b a b + a. Only a fraction of the collisions with enough energy to form product
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162TavssSpring

[01:160:162] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (324 pages long)

324 Page
29 Nov 2016
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162Christine Altinis- KirazSpring

01:160:162 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Conjugate Acid, Litmus, Ph

11 Page
19 Dec 2016
Chapter 17: acids and bases: 17. 1 batman"s basic blunder. More tightly h held, less likely it is to come off. A 1. 0m hcl solution has an h3o+ concent
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162B.LangowskiSpring

01:160:162 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Equilibrium Constant, Chemical Species, Partial Pressure

15 Page
28 Nov 2017
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162KimmelSpring

01:160:162- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 78 pages long!)

78 Page
28 Mar 2018
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162B.LangowskiSpring

01:160:162 Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Reduction Potential, Membrane Potential, Intensive And Extensive Properties

4 Page
25 Jul 2017
E values as they are written indicate potential of half-reactions to go in direction of reduction. Higher e reaction likes to go towards reduction. Cha
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162B.LangowskiSpring

01:160:162 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Mole Fraction, Aqueous Solution, Intermolecular Force

13 Page
28 Nov 2017
Aqueous solution water is the solvent, and a solid, liquid or gas is the solute. Composed of solute(s) dissolved in a solvent. Amount of a substance th
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162B.LangowskiSpring

01:160:162 Midterm: Chem 2 Exam 3

22 Page
28 Nov 2017
A set of empirical rules that allow us to determine an ionic compound"s water-solubility. Compounds were categorized as either soluble or insoluble the
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162Christine Altinis- KirazSpring

[01:160:162] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 65 pages long Study Guide!

65 Page
29 Nov 2016
View Document

Most Recent

The latest uploaded documents.
RUTGERS01:160:162B.LangowskiFall

01:160:162 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Acid Dissociation Constant, Sodium Hydroxide

6 Page
29 Dec 2019
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162B.LangowskiFall

01:160:162 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Rate Equation, Equilibrium Constant, Partial Pressure

4 Page
29 Dec 2019
P o = k se integrated rate law ln( = 0 e need to find k, half life for first order is k of a at 8. 5 hr. It will increase because 1 mol of mass will ma
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162Paul KimmelSpring

01:160:162 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Litmus, Weak Base, Equilibrium Constant

5 Page
15 Aug 2019
Acids have the following general properties: a sour taste; the ability to dissolve many metals; the ability to turn blue litmus paper red; and the abil
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162Paul KimmelSpring

01:160:162 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Conjugate Acid, Weak Base

4 Page
15 Aug 2019
16. 9 the acid-base properties of ions and salts. In general, anions tend to form either basic or neutral solutions, while cations tend to form either
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162Paul KimmelSpring

01:160:162 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16-17: Lewis Acids And Bases, Conjugate Acid, Weak Base

3 Page
15 Aug 2019
The general definitions of acids and bases according to the lewis model focus on the electron pair: According to the lewis model, a substance doesn t e
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162Paul KimmelSpring

01:160:162 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Rice Chart, Weak Base

3 Page
15 Aug 2019
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162Paul KimmelSpring

01:160:162 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Reaction Quotient, Quadratic Equation, Equilibrium Constant

4 Page
15 Aug 2019
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162Paul KimmelSpring

01:160:162 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Titration Curve, Equivalence Point, Ph Meter

2 Page
15 Aug 2019
In a typical acid-base titration, a basic (or acidic) solution of unknown concentration reacts with an acidic (or basic) solution of known concentratio
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162Paul KimmelSpring

01:160:162 Chapter 13: Chemistry 13.1-13.4

4 Page
15 Aug 2019
Concentrated solutions have a lower freezing point than the corresponding pure liquid. A solution is a homogenous mixture of two or more substances or
View Document
RUTGERS01:160:162Paul KimmelSpring

01:160:162 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Molality, Molar Concentration, Kilogram

4 Page
15 Aug 2019
View Document

All Materials (1,800,000)
US (820,000)
Rutgers (10,000)
3:40 (1,000)
01:160:162 (200)