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UTMCHM110H5Judith C PoeFall

CHM110H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Foramen Magnum, Common Chimpanzee, Homo Habilis

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9 Dec 2014
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Vocabulary: bipedal, canine, cranial capacity, cranium, evolve, foramen magnum, hominid, hominin, index, maxilla, orbit, palate, skull. Prior knowledge
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UTMCHM110H5Judith C PoeFall

CHM110H5 Lecture Notes - Equilibrium Constant, Titration, Sodium Hydroxide

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6 Dec 2013
553
Lab 4 - identification of an unknown acid by ph titration. Purpose: to experimentally determine, through titration, the ka of an unknown acid in order
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UTMCHM110H5Judith C PoeFall

CHM110H5 Lecture Notes - Barium, Silver Chloride, 2011 Nfl Season

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6 Dec 2013
369
The underlying purpose of the experiment is to identify the identity of given unknown solutions by using only the other solutions as reagents. 2 (aq) +
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UTMCHM120H5Judith C PoeWinter

CHM120H5 Lecture Notes - Hydrogen Peroxide, Aluminium Hydroxide, Thioacetamide

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6 Dec 2013
171
This lab was a qualitative lab and so the point was to indentify unknown compounds rather than trying to figure out the amounts of different compounds.
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UTMCHM110H5Judith C PoeFall

CHM110H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Titration, Sodium Hydroxide, Ph Indicator

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29 Dec 2015
85
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UTMCHM120H5Judith C PoeWinter

CHM120H5 Lecture Notes - Stability Constants Of Complexes, Complementary Colors, Limiting Reagent

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6 Dec 2013
332
16 january, 2013: the limiting and excess reactants play a vital role in establishing equilibrium in any reaction. Limiting reactant gets consumed full
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UTMCHM120H5Judith C PoeWinter

CHM120H5 Lecture Notes - Freezing-Point Depression, Molality

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6 Dec 2013
225
30 january, 2013: the temperature gradually drops as the solution is freezing because the concentration of the solution increases as the pure solvent i
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UTMCHM120H5Thottackad RadhakrishnanSummer

CHM120H5 Lecture Notes - Pasteur Pipette, Ketone, Alcohol

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13 Aug 2014
93
The purpose of this lab was to identify the unknown compound #58 using qualitative and quantitative analysis. Qualitative analysis was achieved by perf
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UTMCHM110H5Thottackad RadhakrishnanSummer

CHM110H5 Lecture Notes - Sodium Hydroxide, Chief Operating Officer, Titration

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14 Jun 2014
219
Trifluoracetic acid is stronger than trichloracetic acid because it contains fluorine substitutes which are more electronegative than chlorine atoms. T
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UTMCHM110H5Thottackad RadhakrishnanSummer

CHM110H5 Lecture Notes - Sodium Sulfide, Sodium Bromide, Sodium Hydroxide

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18 Jul 2014
143
Experiment 1: the problem of 9 unknown solutions. Imagine being in a chemistry lab and various similar looking bottles of chemical solutions, which cou
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UTMCHM120H5Judith C PoeWinter

CHM120H5 Lecture Notes - Crc Press, Boca Raton, Florida, Mcgraw-Hill Education

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6 Dec 2013
146
The purpose of the experiment was to find the rate constant and the activation energy of reaction between a bidentate ligand, 1,10-phenanthroline and f
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UTMCHM110H5Judith C PoeFall

CHM110H5 Lecture Notes - Chemical Equation, Simultaneous Equations, Dichloroacetic Acid

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6 Dec 2013
191
The purpose of this experiment was to identify the identity of a given unknown acid which was one of the derivatives of chloro-acetic acid or acetic ac
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