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OUCHM 145Charlene HaydenWinter

CHM 145 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: London Dispersion Force, Hexane, Miscibility

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Chapter 13: solutions: solution = homogeneous mixture of two or more substances, solvent = the main substance (dissolving the other materials, solute =
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OUBIO 205Christopher J.KauhnWinter

BIO 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Anterior Cranial Fossa, Sphenoid Bone, Zygomatic Bone

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The blood vessels don"t touch the dermal epidermal junction. Need to know every word because he will change one word. The epidermis is avascular but co
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OUPS 3115HartmusWinter

PS 3115 Lecture 5: 1_29 Judicial Process

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Issue warrants; they can"t serve indefinitely or sentence: explain the purpose of state-level problem-solving courts. Long-term cost-saving solution, a
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OUPS 3115HartmusWinter

PS 3115 Lecture 4: 1_24 Judicial Process

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Issue of same-sex marriage is an example. States can always provide more rights than required by law. Court connected: the court can send you there. Do
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OUPS 250OrcesFall

PS 250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Stratified Sampling, Cluster Sampling, Sampling Error

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Depends on the initial approach of the research, the objective of the researcher. Define the units of analysis (person, countries organizations, journa
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OUBIO 205Christopher J.KauhnWinter

BIO 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Ciliary Muscle, Bulbous Corpuscle, Lamellar Corpuscle

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Receptors are nervous tissue structures that are specialized to receive environmental stimuli and generate nerve impulses. Receptors initiate nerve imp
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OUCHM 145Charlene HaydenWinter

CHM 145 Lecture 15: CHM 145 2/28/17

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Common-ion effect: the common-ion effect is the shift in the position of an equilibrium caused by the addition of an ion taking part in the reaction. E
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OUCHM 145Charlene HaydenWinter

CHM 145 Lecture 10: CHM 145 2/7/17

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In an experiment, 1. 0 mol of n2o4 is placed in a 10. 0 l vessel and is allowed to react as described below. N2o4 (g) <===> 2no2 (g) kc = 4. 0 x 10-7 c
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OUCHM 145Charlene HaydenWinter

CHM 145 Lecture 12: Recitation 2/14/17

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Determine kc for the reaction below at 55oc using the data which follows: N2(g) + o2(g) + cl2 (g) 2nocl (g) kp = (1. 0 x 10-9)21/2 (1. 1 x 102)2(. 3)2.
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OUPS 3115HartmusWinter

PS 3115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: En Banc, Subject-Matter Jurisdiction, United States Court Of Appeals For The Federal Circuit

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Part i: chapter 2 notes continued from january 15th. Agrees with the outcome but not reasoning. Judiciary act of 1789 created three circuit courts. Now
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OUCHM 145Charlene HaydenWinter

CHM 145 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Electroplating, Overpotential, Energy Density

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Cell ~ 1. 2 v cell = 3. 6 v. Battery selection depends on voltage, energy density, & other performance requirements (cost, cycling, t, etc. Calculation
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OUBIO 205Christopher J.KauhnWinter

BIO 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Alpha Cell, Basal Metabolic Rate, Gonad

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The endocrine system is responsible for maintaining homeostasis through the production and release of hormones. Endocrine glands are found throughout t
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