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CHE 132 Lecture 1: Document 2019-01-30
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CHE 132 Lecture 1: CHE 132 Lecture 1
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CHE 132 Lecture 2: CHE 132 Lecture 2
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CHE 132 Lecture 2: Thermodynamics
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CHE 132 Lecture 3: CHE 132 Lecture 3
Che 132 lecture 3: thermodynamics continued: a spontaneous process occurs when there is no external energy being exerted onto the process, an example w
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Gibbs Free Energy, Thermodynamics
Che 132 lecture 4: thermodynamics continued: spontaneous processes occur without an energy input, entropy=s and it is a state function, the configurati
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CHE 132 Lecture 5: CHE 132 Lecture 5
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Chemical Equilibrium, Partial Pressure
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CHE 132 Lecture 7: CHE 132 Lecture 7
The concentration will not change by a large amount so we can neglect its value: reversing a reaction is when you go from reverse to forward or vice ve
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Rice Chart
This can be seen by the stoichiometric coefficients. Write an x after each number as well. The sign of these numbers will determine if the reaction wil
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CHE 132 Lecture 9: CHE 132 Lecture 9
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Lattice Energy, Exothermic Process, Electronegativity
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Ph, Conjugate Acid
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CHE 132 Lecture 13: CHE 132 Lecture 13
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Strontium Hydroxide, Barium Hydroxide, Ph
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Conjugate Acid, Weak Base, Ion
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Rice Chart, Conjugate Acid, Weak Base
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Buffer Solution, Conjugate Acid
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Titration Curve, Equivalence Point, Titration
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Equivalence Point, Rice Chart, Ph
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CHE 132 Lecture 20: CHE 132 Lecture 20
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Limiting Reagent, Coordination Number, Reagent
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Chemical Species, Barium Chloride, Weak Base
Che 132 lecture 22: review: this class was designed as a review session for the 2nd exam, to identify if a salt is acidic, basic, or neutral: Break the
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Stoichiometry
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CHE 132 Lecture 27: CHE 132 Lecture 24
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Ert2, Ert1, Reaction Rate Constant
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Reaction Mechanism, Molecularity, Rate Equation
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Homogeneous Catalysis, Reaction Mechanism, Sulfur Trioxide
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Freezing-Point Depression, Colligative Properties, Boiling-Point Elevation
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Boiling-Point Elevation, Freezing-Point Depression, Boiling Point
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Colligative Properties, Redox, Strong Electrolyte
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 34: Electrochemical Cell, Electrochemistry, Standard Hydrogen Electrode
Che 132 lecture 31: electrochemistry continued: electrochemical cells (voltaic cells. Anions have to migrate into the anode compartment to maintain the
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 35: Standard Hydrogen Electrode, Electrode Potential, Electrochemistry
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Nernst Equation, Oxidation State, Equilibrium Constant
Che 132 lecture 33: equilibrium constants, free energy, and nernst. 0 (where n=number of electrons exchanged and f=96485. 3 c / mol: g0 = -rt ln(k) (r
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 37: Gibbs Free Energy, Colligative Properties, Strong Electrolyte
Che 132 lecture 34: review for exam 3: this lecture was a review of different problems that can show up on the exam, one example is: (powerpoint, slide
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 38: Standard Hydrogen Electrode, Gibbs Free Energy, Reaction Quotient
Che 132 lecture 35: concentration of cells: effect of concentrations on cell potentials, recall the relation between the gibbs free energy change of a
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 39: Intermolecular Force, Zinc Sulfide, Well-Order
If the current is independent of time: from electricity and magnetism we know that, q = i x t. If we know the current i and the time t for the electrol
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 40: Semimetal, Interstitial Compound, Dopant
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 41: Semimetal, Gallium, Sodium Chloride
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 42: Azimuthal Quantum Number, Magnetic Quantum Number, Atomic Orbital
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 43: Transition Metal, Roman Numerals, Ion
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 44: Spectrochemical Series, Coordinate Covalent Bond, Transition Metal
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CHE 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 45: Electromotive Force, Royal Aircraft Factory F.E.2, Rice Chart
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