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UC-IRVINECHEM 1CEric PotmaSpring

CHEM 1C Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Lewis Acids And Bases, Rice Chart, Ion

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Acids have sour taste, ability to dissolve many metals, turn blue litmus paper red, neutralize bases. Carboxylic acid = contains the following grouping
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UC-IRVINECHEM 1CEric PotmaSpring

CHEM 1C Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Ionic Compound, Chemical Equation, Lewis Acids And Bases

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Calculating the ph of a buffer solution: common ion effect = solution contains two substances that share a common ion. Use the stoichiometry of the neu
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UC-IRVINECHEM 1CEric PotmaSpring

CHEM 1C Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Nernst Equation, Hydride, Sodium Chloride

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Electrons flow away from a negative charge and towards a positive charge. Oxidation is the loss of electrons, reduction is the gain of electrons. Oxida
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UC-IRVINECHEM 1CEric PotmaSpring

CHEM 1C Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Hydrogenation, Activated Complex, Reaction Intermediate

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Reaction rates are very important, and controlling them can be very useful. 15. 2 rates of reaction and the particulate nature of matter. Collision mod
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UC-IRVINECHEM 1CEric PotmaSpring

CHEM 1C Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Inert Gas, Endothermic Process, Reaction Quotient

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Double arrow indicates reaction can occur in both directions and therefore reach equilibrium. Large k means high concentration of products and low reac
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UC-IRVINECHEM 1BSergey NizkorodovWinter

CHEM 1B Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Boiling-Point Elevation, Molality, Osmosis

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18 Aug 2016
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Concentrated solutions have a lower freezing point then pure liquids. Solution = a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances or components. Particl
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UC-IRVINECHEM 1BSergey NizkorodovWinter

CHEM 1B Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Covalent Bond, Molar Mass, Relative Atomic Mass

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18 Aug 2016
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Basal sliding occurs because solid water is denser than its liquid form. Ice at the bottom is under intense pressure which causes it to melt. The liqui
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UC-IRVINECHEM 1BSergey NizkorodovWinter

CHEM 1B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Network Covalent Bonding, Coordination Number, Diamond Cubic

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18 Aug 2016
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Multiple choice, matching, open ended problems, ordering questions, and short answers. 4 other problems combine midterm 1 and 2 material. Coulomb law a
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UC-IRVINECHEM 1BSergey NizkorodovWinter

CHEM 1B Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Chemical Equation, Reversible Reaction, Spontaneous Process

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Energy spreads out or disperse from a more concentrated to a less concentrated form. Second law of thermodynamics simply states that energy spreads out
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