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Class Notes for CHEM1001 at University of New Brunswick Fredericton

General Chemistry I

CHEM1001 Lecture 2: Chem2

Lecture 2 Biologists study the living world by posing questions abo...

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CHEM1001 Lecture 21: Chem 21

Lecture 21 Exact numbers are either defined numbers or the result ...

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CHEM1001 Lecture 17: Chem 17

Lecture 17 When an object is placed in water, the object's relativ...

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CHEM1001 Lecture 10: Chem 10

Lecture 10 All properties of matter are either extensive or intens...

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CHEM1001 Lecture 12: Chem 12

Lecture 12 • Chemical changes are also known as chemical reac...

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CHEM1001 Lecture 9: Chem 9

Lecture 9 Pure samples of isolated elements are uncommon in nature...

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CHEM1001 Lecture 1: Chem 1

Lecture 1 Chemistry is the study of matter and the chemical reactio...

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CHEM1001 Lecture 20: Chem 20

Lecture 20 Scientific notation is a more convenient way of writing...

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CHEM1001 Lecture 19: Chem 19

Lecture 19 Scientists invented new thermometers that would maintain...

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CHEM1001 Lecture 18: Chem 18

Lecture 18 Whether were talking about the weather, cooking food, or...

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CHEM1001 Lecture 8: Chem 8

Lecture 8 A chemical element is a pure substance that consists of o...

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CHEM1001 Lecture 16: Chem 16

Lecture 16 The properties of a material may be described in many wa...

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CHEM1001 Lecture 13: Chem 13

Lecture 13 Every field of science involves taking measurements, un...

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CHEM1001 Lecture 11: Chem 11

Lecture 11 There are two types of change in matter: physical chan...

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CHEM1001 Lecture 7: Chem 7

Lecture 7 A mixture is a material system made up of two or more dif...

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Inorganic Chemistry - Reference Guides

This Guide provides invaluable reference material to anyone who req...

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Inorganic Chemistry Nomenclature - Reference Guides

p e r m a c h a rt s MT ...

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Physical Chemistry - Reference Guides

permacha srtM PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY...

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Introductory Chemistry - Reference Guides

This Guide serves as a well organized and effective point of entry ...

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