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CHE112H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 37: Electrochemistry
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CHE112H1 Lecture 37 Electrochemistry Nernst Example Anode reduction: 2+ Fe + 2e Fe (aq)(s) o E = 0.447V Cathode oxidation: + 2H + 2e H (aq)2(g) o E = 0.000V ooo Std cel potential => E = E E = 0.447V redoxid 2+ [Fe] 0.015MP...

Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry
CHE112H1
Philip Yaneff
CHE112H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Faraday Constant, Electrochemistry, Lead Dioxide
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CHE112H1 Lecture 36 OxidationReduction Reactions Ex 242(b) 0 +4 +6 +2 +6 2 Pb + PbO + SO PbSO 244 Pb(0) is oxidized to Pb(+2) in PbSO 4 ON = +2 Pb(+4) in PbO is reduced to Pb(+2) in PbSO 24 ON = 2 oxidation: Pb PbSO 4 2 Pb...

Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry
CHE112H1
Philip Yaneff
CHE112H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 34: Molality, Diphenylamine, Naphthalene
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CHE112H1 Lecture 34 Colligative Properties Ex 183 5.65g of solute, 110.0g benzene = 0.11kg benzene o T (soln) = 4.39C f o T (benzene) = 5.45C f 1 K = 5.07 (molkg) f = KmT ff m = k = 1.065.07 = 0.2091 molkgT ff = 4.39 5.45 ...

Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry
CHE112H1
Philip Yaneff
CHE112H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Vapor Pressure, Jmol, Bromine
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CHE112H1 Lecture 33 Colligative Properties Problem 1715 x = 0.0500x = 0.95 Br2 CCl4 P = 33.85 K = 122.36 Torr CCl4Br(CCl4) CCl = CBr = B 42 o P = xP = (0.95)(33.85) = 32.157 Torr Ccc P = Kx = (112.36)(0.05) = 6.118 Torr BB...

Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry
CHE112H1
Philip Yaneff
CHE112H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Molar Volume, Partial Pressure, Bromine
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CHE112H1 Lecture 32 Mixtures (Multicomponent Systems) Ideal Binary Solutions of Two Volatile Liquids X solvent A 80 A X solute B 20 B oo P = P + P = XP + xP TABAABB oo = XP + (1 X)P AAAB o P = benzene B o P = tolerance T T...

Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry
CHE112H1
Philip Yaneff
CHE112H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 35: Oxidation State, Sucrase, Duodecimal
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CHE112H1 Lecture 35 OxidationReduction Reactions Problem 182 1 k(w) = 1.86k(molkg) f 1000 g of original soln mass of sucrose = (0.05)(1000) = 50.00g mass of sucrose in soln = 50.0(342.30gmol) = 0.1461 mol mass of water in ...

Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry
CHE112H1
Philip Yaneff
CHE112H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Benzene, Naphthalene, Chemical Potential
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CHE112H1 Lecture 31 Mixtures (Multicomponent Systems) Chapter 17(17.117.9 17.11) Concentration Molarity (M) = of moles of solute litre of solvent Molality (m) = of moles of solute kg of solvent L of solution = solute + s...

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CHE112H1
Philip Yaneff
CHE112H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Stan Palk, Jmol
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CHE112H1 Lecture 30 Phase Equilibrium Ex 163 o T = 61.5C = 334.65K 1 P = 50.0KPa 1 o T = 78.3C = 351.45K 2 P = 1 atm = 101.325KPa 2 T = ? 3 P = 1 bar = 100kPa 3 ln(PP) = HR [1T 1T] 21eqmvap21 H = Rln(PP) (1T 1T) vap 2112 l...

Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry
CHE112H1
Philip Yaneff
CHE112H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Ige, Van Der Waals Equation, Real Gas
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CHE112H1 Lecture 8 Real Gases September 28, 2015 Van der Waals Equation attractive forces 2 n P P + a() V 62 a = Pammol Assumption 4 there are no forces between molecules vdw > of collisions would decrease > forces of col...

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CHE112H1
Philip Yaneff
CHE112H1 Lecture 7: The Ideal Gas and Real Gases
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CHE112H1 Lecture 7 The Ideal Gas and Real Gases September 25, 2015 Ex 33 Let the depth at which Oxygen becomes toxic be Z m and then total pressure at this depth be P Z P = (0.8 atm)(101325 Paatm) = 81060 Pa O2 Dalton P = ...

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CHE112H1
Philip Yaneff
CHE112H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Thermodynamic Equilibrium, Chemical Equilibrium
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CHE112H1 Lecture 3 States of Matter Properties of Gases September 16, 2015 Ex 12 Basis: 1 mol Cl Total mass 35.453g 35 let the of g of Cl be x 37 and of g of Cl = 35.453g x 3537 moles Cl + moles Cl = 1.000 mol Cl 3537 x...

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CHE112H1
Philip Yaneff
CHE112H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ideal Gas Law
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CHE112H1 Lecture 5 The Ideal Gas September 21, 2015 Chapter 3 The Ideal Gas(Perfect Gas) Charless Law R = 0.0821 atmKmol Combined Gas Equation 1 = initial 2 = final o 30C = 303.15K o 80C = 353.15 K PVT 112 V = 2 TP 12 (100...

Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry
CHE112H1
Philip Yaneff
CHE112H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Molar Mass
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CHE112H1 Lecture 6 The Ideal Gas September 23, 2015 Ex 31 3 P = P = 0.5 atm2L = 0.002m 12 T = ? n = ? T = 283.15K 12 T moles in vessel is n old1 Let of moles in vessel after O addition be n 22 n = n + 0.01 = RVRT 2122 3 ...

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CHE112H1
Philip Yaneff
CHE112H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Potassium Carbonate, Exothermic Process, Ideal Gas
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CHE112H1 Lecture 2 Introduction September 14, 2015 Mass Density Example 1L = 1000mL(1000mL1L) P = 0.997gmL p = mv m = PV m = (0.997g1mL) s 346L x 1000mL1L = 344.962g 6 = 3..45 x 10g 3. Law of Equivalent Proportions Law3 ex...

Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry
CHE112H1
Philip Yaneff
CHE112H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Electrochemistry, Thermodynamics, Gas 5
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CHE 112 F Lecture 1 Introduction to Physical Chemistry for Engineering Students Lectures: Mondays910 MC 102 Wednesdays 910MC 102 Fridays 1112MC 102 Course Outline Subjects Chapters in Text High School Review 1 States of Ma...

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CHE112H1
Philip Yaneff
Inorganic Chemistry - Reference Guides

This Guide provides invaluable reference material to anyone who requires readily accessible information concerning the basic principles that underlie this complex science. The Guide carefully references the Periodic Table ...

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CHEM 30100
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CHEM 22700
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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Beta Particle, Beta Decay, Atomic Number

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CHEM 11100
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CHEM 11100
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Introductory Chemistry - Reference Guides

This Guide serves as a well organized and effective point of entry for anyone embarking upon the study of Chemistry. All fundamental terms are clearly organized in chart form, with illustrative graphics. More complex conce...

Chemistry
CHEM 11100
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Electricity & Magnetism - Reference Guides

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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Semiconductor Device, Precision Rectifier, Envelope Detector

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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Schmitt Trigger, Square Wave, Negative Feedback

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