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UOFLCHEM 202Neal StolowichFall

CHEM 202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Torr, Water Gas, Relative Humidity

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30 Aug 2016
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Entropy favors gas phase; intermolecular forces favor solid phases. Entropy/enthalpy phase differences: solid-liquid small gap; liquid-gas large gap. V
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UOFLCHEM 202Neal StolowichFall

CHEM 202 Lecture 2: Dipole Review

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22 Sep 2016
4
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UOFLCHEM 202Neal StolowichFall

CHEM 202 Lecture 1: CHEM202 L1

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1 Sep 2016
1
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UOFLCHEM 202Neal StolowichFall

CHEM 202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Volume Fraction, Isopropyl Alcohol, Lead

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14 Sep 2016
5
Solubility is an equilibrium process and at equilibrium the concentration represents the maximal solubility of that solute (ie, the solution is saturat
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UOFLCHEM 202Neal StolowichFall

CHEM 202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Crystal Structure, Intermolecular Force, Ionic Bonding

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14 Sep 2016
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UOFLCHEM 202Neal StolowichFall

CHEM 202 Lecture 2: CHEM202 L2

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1 Sep 2016
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UOFLCHEM 202Neal StolowichFall

CHEM 202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Hydrophobe, Hydrophile, Sodium Chloride

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14 Sep 2016
5
In a solution of two compounds, two additional ifs can come into play (ion-dipole and ion or dipole-induced dipole). The main focus here is with aqueou
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UOFLCHEM 202Neal StolowichFall

CHEM 202 Lecture 4: CHEM202 L4

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1 Sep 2016
2
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UOFLCHEM 202Neal StolowichFall

CHEM 202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Pentane, Miscibility, Soft Drink

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14 Sep 2016
6
Sapling quiz 1 will be available this week (thursday?) Chap 40 review- role of entropy in solubility in water (sec 40. 1) Take to the bank- for gases,
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UOFLCHEM 202Neal StolowichFall

CHEM 202 Lecture 5: CHEM202 L5

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14 Sep 2016
4
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UOFLCHEM 202Neal StolowichFall

CHEM 202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Vaporization, Chemical Bond, Intermolecular Force

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30 Aug 2016
3
Solids: classified by particles in close proximity, usually in a fixed, locked arrangement. The particles can vibrate or rate, but cannot move out of t
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UOFLCHEM 202Neal StolowichFall

CHEM 202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Covalent Bond, Electronegativity, Vsepr Theory

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14 Sep 2016
4
We"ll start off by introducing all the intermolecular forces here. Involves h and o, n, and f bonds usually dipole dipole: not quite as strong as ion-d
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