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Class Notes for CHEM1006 at University of New Brunswick Fredericton

General Chemistry Laboratory I

CHEM1006 Lecture 6: Chem2_6

Lecture 6 History of the Law of Definite Composition or Proportion...

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CHEM1006 Lecture 1: Chem2_1

Lecture 1 For most quantities, a unit is absolutely necessary to c...

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CHEM1006 Lecture 21: Chem2_21

Lecture 21 Ionic bonds are formed by the transfer of one or more va...

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CHEM1006 Lecture 5: chem2_5

Lecture 5 History of the Law of the Conservation of Mass. The anci...

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CHEM1006 Lecture 19: Chem2_19

Lecture 19 Molecular formulas describe the exact number and type o...

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CHEM1006 Lecture 20: Chem2_20

Lecture 20 Chemists use a variety of notations to describe and sum...

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CHEM1006 Lecture 2: Chem2_2

Lecture 2 Unit analysis is a form of proportional reasoning where ...

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CHEM1006 Lecture 13: CHem2_13

Lecture 13 The periodic table is structured as an 18 X 7 grid, pos...

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CHEM1006 Lecture 9: Chem2_9

Lecture 9 Crookes found that as he pumped more air out of the tubes...

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CHEM1006 Lecture 17: CHem2_17

Lecture 17 Ionic bonds are a class of chemical bonds that result fr...

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CHEM1006 Lecture 23: Chem2_23

Lecture 23 The primary function of chemical nomenclature is to ensu...

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CHEM1006 Lecture 10: Chem2_10

Lecture 10 An atom is the smallest unit of matter that retains all...

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CHEM1006 Lecture 3: Chem2_3

Lecture 3 Chemistry, along with other sciences and engineering, mak...

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CHEM1006 Lecture 11: Chem2_11

Lecture 11 Neutral atoms of an element contain an equal number of ...

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CHEM1006 Lecture 24: Chem2_24

Lecture 24 Acids are named by the anion they form when dissolved in...

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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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