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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Density, Chemical Property, Physical Property

Measurements involve the change that matter undergoes and the energy associated with this change. Molecules, atoms and sub-atomic particles: major prop

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Chemical Property, Physical Property

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Significant Figures, International System Of Units, Decimal Mark

Measurement and units: you measure some quantity and they always have unit, weight kilograms, grams, etc. Accuracy and precision: there is always uncer

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Graduated Cylinder, Significant Figures, Leading Zero

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Electronegativity, Ionic Radius, Unified Atomic Mass Unit

Che 131 lecture 3: matter classification and atomic theory. If matter can be physically separated, it is a mixture but if not, it is a pure substance:

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CHE 131 Lecture 3: Sept. 5, 2018

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Unified Atomic Mass Unit, Alkaline Earth Metal, Atomic Number

If you want to have a neutral atom, then the number of protons will equal the number of electrons. This is because these are charged particles so they

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sulfur Trioxide, Structural Formula, Covalent Bond

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Avogadro Constant, Molar Mass, Sodium Chloride

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Iron(Ii) Chloride, Magnesium Chloride, Carbon Tetrachloride

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Mass Number, Identity Element, Natural Abundance

Z - atomic number (the number of protons) A - atomic mass number (the sum of protons and neutrons) In a neutral element, the number of protons = number

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Iron(Ii) Chloride, Carbon Tetrachloride, Magnesium Chloride

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Chemical Formula, Molecular Mass, Acetylene

Formula to percentage composition or mass percentage. As mentioned in the previous lecture, empirical formulas are simplest whole number molar ratio of

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Chemical Formula, Combustion Analysis, Unified Atomic Mass Unit

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Sodium Chloride, Mass Spectrometry

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Chemical Equation, Stoichiometry, Nitric Acid

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Sodium Chloride, Mass Spectrometry

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Chemical Equation, Stoichiometry, Reagent

Che 131- lecture 8- chemical reactions and stoichiometry. That is, if the reactants side has 10 atoms of carbon then the products side must also have 1

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Limiting Reagent, Combustion Analysis, Reagent

Che131 lecture 8 limiting reactants and reaction yield. Let"s work on another example: combustion analysis of 63. 8 mg of a compound that contains only

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Limiting Reagent, Chemical Equation, Stoichiometry

Che 131- lecture 8- chemical reactions and stoichiometry. That is, if the reactants side has 10 atoms of carbon then the products side must also have 1

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Molar Mass, Solution, Molar Concentration

It is important to differentiate between solute and solvent. A combination of solute and solvent makes a solution. Solutes can range from things such a

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Limiting Reagent, Reagent, Chemical Equation

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Chemical Equation, Molar Mass, Molar Concentration

Che 131 lecture 10- solution concentrations and dilution. Solutions: most of chemistry happens in an aqueous solution, solution- this is the solute and

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Standard Solution, Ion

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Spectator Ion, Chemical Equation, Solubility

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Chemical Formula, Nonmetal, Unified Atomic Mass Unit

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Oxidation State

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Pressure Measurement

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Ideal Gas Law, Molar Volume, Molar Mass

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Kinetic Theory Of Gases, Mole Fraction, Partial Pressure

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Abiogenesis, Internal Energy, Joule

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Heat Capacity, State Function, Enthalpy

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Calorimeter, Molar Mass

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Molar Mass

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Principal Quantum Number, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Electromagnetic Radiation

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Bohr Model, Angular Momentum, Magnetic Quantum Number

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Pauli Exclusion Principle, Unpaired Electron, Valence Electron

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Metallic Bonding, Atomic Radius, Electron Affinity

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Octet Rule, Triple Bond, Lewis Acids And Bases

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Covalent Bond, Formal Charge, Triple Bond

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Lewis Acids And Bases, Bond Order

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Steric Number, Molecular Geometry, Lone Pair

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Molecular Geometry, Steric Number

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Valence Bond Theory, Sigma Bond, Covalent Bond

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 34: Molecular Orbital Theory, Sigma Bond, Pi Bond

Che 131 lecture 34: hybridization and molecular orbital theory. Hybridization: unhybridized p orbitals can be used to form double bonds. In these doubl

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 35: Intermolecular Force, Atomic Orbital, Aufbau Principle

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Intermolecular Force, Electric Potential Energy, Ionic Compound

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 37: Alpha Particle, Beta Particle

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 40: Chemical Polarity, Electron Configuration, Prestressed Concrete

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 41: Particle Decay, Exponential Decay, Alpha Particle

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 42: Relative Biological Effectiveness, Gamma Ray, Sievert

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 43: Unsaturated Hydrocarbon, Alkane, Pi Bond

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 44: Pi Bond, Intermolecular Force, Addition Reaction

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 45: Alcohol, Carbonyl Group, Hydrogen Bond

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CHE 131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 46: Hydrogen Bond, Intermolecular Force, Cycloalkane

If you have multiple double or triple bonds, you must put the location of each and then put the correct prefix in front of the root. If the double or t

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