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UTSCCHMC47H3Lana MikhaylichenkoFall

CHMC47H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Tetrahedral Carbonyl Addition Compound, Trypsin, Endopeptidase

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Classification and nomenclature of amino acids: amino acid: a carboxylic acid with an ammonium group on the -carbon, amino acid residues: repeating uni
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UTSCCHMC47H3Lana MikhaylichenkoFall

CHMC47H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 26: Dimethylallyl Pyrophosphate, Egg Cell, Vitamin A

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Lipids: organic compounds that are soluble in nonpolar solvents, due to their significant hydrocarbon component. Waxes are high-molecular weight esters
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UTSCRLGA01H3Kenneth DerrySummer

RLGA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Profit Motive, Dhikr, Western Esotericism

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25 Oct 2012
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Islam: means the peace that comes when one"s life is surrendered to god, and people that adhere to islam are called muslims. Islam begins not with muha
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UTSCRLGA01H3Kenneth DerrySummer

RLG Chapter 8.doc

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25 Oct 2012
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Jesus was born in palestine during 4 b. c. Jesus grew up in nazareth and was baptized by john. The spirit: the unseen order that and that our supreme g
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UTSCRLGA01H3Kenneth DerrySummer

RLGA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Sanzen, Hinayana, Nonkilling

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25 Oct 2012
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49 days in the immovable spot: buddha founded an order of monks and nuns, challenged the deadness of. Infinite it is drawn to: buddha was determined to
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UTSCRLGA01H3Kenneth DerrySummer

RLGA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Tai Chi, Chinese Art, Tao Te Ching

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UTSCRLGA01H3Kenneth DerrySummer

RLGA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Rabbinic Judaism, Talmud, Unthinkable

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UTSCRLGA01H3Kenneth DerrySummer

RLGA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Dhoti, Bhakti Yoga, Lotus Position

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Wealth, fame and power are exclusive, as they do not multiply when shared, they cannot be distributed without diminishing one"s own portion. The drive
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UTSCCHMB42H3Wanda/ LanaWinter

CHMB42 Chapter 18.doc

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17 Apr 2012
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Or group of the ester also has a lone pair that can be delocalized onto the carbonyl oxygen (competes). If the a -carbon is between two carbonyl groups
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UTSCPHYA22H3Brian WilsonWinter

PHYA22 Chapter 31.doc

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17 Apr 2012
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Increasing the drift speed will increase the number of electrons passing through a wire each second: electric current in the wire: ie = neavd. The sea
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UTSCPHYA22H3Brian WilsonWinter

PHYA22 Chapter 30.doc

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UTSCPHYA22H3Brian WilsonWinter

PHYA22 Chapter 32.doc

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UTSCPHYA22H3Brian WilsonWinter

PHYA22 Chapter 33.doc

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17 Apr 2012
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Magnetism: magnetism is not the same as electricity, magnetism is a long-range force, magnets have two poles, the north and the south poles. The geogra
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UTSCPHYA22H3Brian WilsonWinter

PHYA22 Chapter 34.doc

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17 Apr 2012
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There is no current if the field through the coil is not changing so it"s not the magnetic field itself that is responsible for the current but the cha
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UTSCCHMB42H3Wanda/ LanaWinter

CHMB42 Chapter 19.doc

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17 Apr 2012
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Fundamentals: redox reactions: organic reactions that involve the transfer of electrons from one molecule to another. Reduction reactions: catalytic hy
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UTSCCHMB42H3Wanda/ LanaWinter

CHMB42 Chapter 20.doc

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UTSCCHMB42H3Wanda/ LanaSummer

CHMB42 Chapter 17

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The systematic name of an aldehyde is obtained by replacing the final e on the name of the parent hydrocarbon with al (ethanal, 2-bromopropanal or meth
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UTSCCHMB42H3Wanda/ LanaSummer

CHMB42 Chapter 15.doc

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12 Mar 2012
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Nomenclature of disubstituted and polysubstituted benzenes: ortho: adjacent substituents on a benzene, meta: substituents separated by one carbon. If t
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UTSCCHMB42H3Wanda/ LanaSummer

CHMB42 Chapter 16.doc

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UTSCPHYA22H3Brian WilsonSummer

PHYA22 Chapter 24.doc

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UTSCPHYA22H3Brian WilsonWinter

PHYA22 Chapter 29.doc

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12 Mar 2012
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Potential energy (u): the interaction energy of the system. D r: conservative force: the work done as a particle moves from position i (start) to posit
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UTSCPHYA22H3Brian WilsonSummer

PHYA22 Chapter 27.doc

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12 Mar 2012
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0 = 8. 85 x 10-12 c2/nm2: e = fon q/q. The net electric field is the vector sum of the electric fields due to each charge and obeys the principle of su
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UTSCPHYA22H3Brian WilsonFall

PHYA22 Chapter 26.doc

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12 Mar 2012
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Insulators: those materials on or in which charges remain immobile (glass and plastic): both insulators and conductors can be charged; they differ in t
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UTSCPHYA22H3Brian WilsonWinter

PHYA22 Chapter 21.doc

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18 Feb 2012
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Principle of superposition: when two or more waves are simultaneously present at a single point in space, the displacement of the medium at that point
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UTSCPHYA22H3Brian WilsonWinter

PHYA22 Chapter 23.doc

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18 Feb 2012
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Light ray: a line in the direction along which light energy is flowing: a laser beam is a bundle of many parallel light rays, ray model of light: o. Li
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UTSCPHYA22H3Brian WilsonWinter

PHYA22H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Physical Optics

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UTSCCHMB42H3Wanda/ LanaWinter

CHMB42H3 Chapter Notes -Spectroscopy

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21 Jan 2012
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The path of a fragment with a smaller mass-to-charge ratio (m/z) value will bend more than that of a heavier fragment; particles with the same m/z are
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UTSCPHYA22H3Brian WilsonWinter

Traveling Waves

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The wave model o: wave model: emphasizes the aspects of wave behavior common to all waves. Traveling wave: an organized disturbance traveling with a we
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UTSCCHMB31H3Alen HadzovicFall

CHMB31H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Boron, Thermal Shock, Lithium Aluminium Hydride

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9 Nov 2011
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The essentials: group 13 elements: boron, aluminum, gallium, indium and thallium, boron is the only nonmetal in the group, aluminum is the most abundan
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UTSCCHMB20H3Jamie DonaldsonFall

CHMB20H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Chemical Potential, Viscosity, Molar Volume

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31 Oct 2011
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Phase: form of matter that is uniform throughout in chemical composition and physical state. The thermodynamic analysis of phases is based on the fact
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UTSCCHMB20H3Jamie DonaldsonFall

CHMB20H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Osmosis, Boiling Point, Molar Mass

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UTSCCHMB16H3Kagan KermanFall

CHMB16H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Standard Operating Procedure, Titration, Electropherogram

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30 Oct 2011
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Basics of quality assurance: quality assurance: what we do to get the right answer for our purpose, raw data: individual values of a measured quantity.
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UTSCCHMB16H3Kagan KermanFall

CHMB16H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Chemiluminescence, Derivatization, Cuvette

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30 Oct 2011
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Spectrophotometry: any technique that uses light to measure chemical concentrations: colorimetry: a procedure based on absorption of visible light, wav
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UTSCCHMB16H3Kagan KermanFall

CHMB16H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Enthalpy, Gas Constant, Sodium Hydroxide

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The equilibrium constant: a reaction is favored whenever k > 1, when you evaluate an equilibrium constant, If the direction of a reaction is reversed,
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UTSCCHMB31H3Alen HadzovicFall

CHMB31H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Hydrogenolysis, Bond-Dissociation Energy, Activated Complex

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30 Oct 2011
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The essentials strong lewis acid: hydrogen ranges in character from being a strong lewis base to being a, hydrogen atoms can form bonds to more than on
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UTSCCHMB31H3Alen HadzovicFall

CHMB31H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Vacuum Permittivity, Coordination Complex, Molybdenum Trioxide

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30 Oct 2011
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Proton affinity is the negative of the gas phase proton-gain enthalpy: proton-gain enthalpy ( hpg ): the standard enthalpy of the reaction, proton affi
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UTSCCHMB31H3Alen HadzovicFall

CHMB31H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Gypsum, Ionic Radius, Seashell

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30 Oct 2011
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Alkaline earth metals: calcium, strontium, barium and radium, but applied to all of group 2. In general, the salts of the group 2 elements are generall
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UTSCCHMB31H3Alen HadzovicFall

CHMB31H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Nernst Equation, Oxidation State, Electrochemical Cell

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30 Oct 2011
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Fuel cell: converts a chemical fuel directly into electrical power. The atomization and ionization of a metal and the hydration enthalpy of its ions al
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UTSCCHMB31H3Alen HadzovicFall

CHMB31H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Sulfuric Acid, Hsab Theory, Ionic Bonding

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30 Oct 2011
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The essentials: alkali metals: lithium, sodium, potassium, rubidium, caesium and francium; they are all metals and form simple ionic compounds which ar
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UTSCCHMB20H3Jamie DonaldsonFall

CHMB20 Chapter 3

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