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CHEM 202 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Hydrogen Anion, Acid Strength, Nitric Acid

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CHEM 202 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Intermolecular Force, Surface Tension, Viscosity

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Liquid has three properties viscosity surface tension and capillary. Intermolecular forces be attracted to one to resist the particles of water to caus
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CHEM 202 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Intermolecular Force, Vaporization, Ideal Gas

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The three common phases are solid liquid and gas. L especially compared to gases the volume of a container filled completely doesn"t take up all unless
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CHEM 202 Quiz: Solid classification lattice and chemical types 38

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Lattice arrangement of crystal the chemical unit within a ions for molecule compounds for networks a cell unit is individual compounds atoms or the sim
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CHEM 202 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Chemical Bond, Hydrogen Bond, Chemical Polarity

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6 Feb 2019
Best atoms for a and b in hydrogen bond are. Dipole dipole vs hydrogen bonds a full chemical bond. Dipole dipole depends on molecular polarity and hydr
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UOFLCHEM 202Neal StolowichFall

CHEM 202 Quiz: Chapter 53 Equilibrium Dynamics

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Q ck return p the system can shift forward l 7 r to to equilibrium g l d decrease a q component on the left side shift backwards r s l the system can.
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CHEM 202 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Intermolecular Force, Vaporization, Viscosity

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CHEM 202 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Rate-Determining Step, Chemical Kinetics, Reaction Rate Constant

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CHEM 202 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Rotational Energy, Exothermic Process, Solution

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CHEM 202 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Intermolecular Force, Chemical Polarity, Miscibility

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Enthalpy which can dissolve into each other with no immiscible substances that cannot dissolve to an unlimited extent soluble dissolves. All gases are
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UOFLCHEM 202Neal StolowichFall

CHEM 202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Torr, Water Gas, Relative Humidity

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CHEM 202 Lecture 1: VSPER Review

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CHEM 202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Vaporization, Chemical Bond, Intermolecular Force

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CHEM 202 Lecture 2: Dipole Review

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CHEM 202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Hydrophobe, Hydrophile, Sodium Chloride

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In a solution of two compounds, two additional ifs can come into play (ion-dipole and ion or dipole-induced dipole). The main focus here is with aqueou
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CHEM 202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Volume Fraction, Isopropyl Alcohol, Lead

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CHEM 202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Covalent Bond, Electronegativity, Vsepr Theory

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We"ll start off by introducing all the intermolecular forces here. Involves h and o, n, and f bonds usually dipole dipole: not quite as strong as ion-d
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CHEM 202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 34: Water Vapor, Exothermic Process, Intermolecular Force

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CHEM 202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 45: Gibbs Free Energy, Joule

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In chemistry, spontaneous gets a subtly different definition: spontaneous means can happen by itself under the given conditions . It refers to the capa
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CHEM 202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 43: Gas Constant, Semipermeable Membrane, Osmosis

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Colligative ( collective ): are solution properties which depend on the collective concertation of all solutes. Ideally colligative properties are prop
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CHEM 202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 44: Rotational Energy, Gas Constant, Ionic Compound

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It makes things possible, although it doesn"t necessarily make them happen. Money is the capability to buy and to do something, but you can always save
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CHEM 202 Chapter A-1: Thermodynamics Table

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CHEM 202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 43: Freezing-Point Depression, Colligative Properties, Boiling-Point Elevation

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CHEM 202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 56: Conjugate Acid, Weak Base, Lone Pair

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Ammonia is by far the most important and most common the molecular weak base component. Amines are a class of weak and they have a nitrogen sp3 lone pa
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CHEM 202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 55: Oxidation State, Electronegativity

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CHEM 202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 59: Solubility Equilibrium, Formula Unit, Equilibrium Constant

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CHEM 202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 54: Amphoterism, Hydrogen Anion, Ion

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CHEM 202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 56: Conjugate Acid, Weak Base, Lone Pair

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