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UTSGCHM135H1Kris QuinlanFall

CHM135H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Gas Constant, Ideal Gas

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1 Mar 2016
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On #1, the puck just sits there because the pressure on both sides of the puck are equal. On #2, the puck will continue to fall until the pressure of t
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UTSGCHM135H1Kris QuinlanFall

CHM135H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Jmol, International System Of Units, Kinetic Theory Of Gases

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1 Mar 2016
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Need these to determine everything you need to know about the state of matter. Pressure is important for gases because they exert pressure in all direc
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UTSGCHM135H1Kris QuinlanFall

CHM135H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Atomic Radius, Jmol, Novella

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1 Mar 2016
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D is the answer you just count across the periodic table. D, potassium has the larger atomic radius (furthest down and closest to left side) Want to fi
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UTSGCHM135H1Kris QuinlanFall

CHM139H1 Lecture 5: CHM139 Lecture 5

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UTSGCHM135H1Kris QuinlanFall

CHM135H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Coordination Number, Covalent Bond

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1 Mar 2016
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The material has to be continually repeating themselves, and we have to be able to describe it as a unit cell now we have to understand the contents of
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UTSGCHM135H1Kris QuinlanFall

CHM135H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Ideal Gas Law, Horse Length, Polarizability

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1 Mar 2016
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Things move from high gas concentration to low. If you open the stopper, the two will diffuse. The product of the reaction is a solid and the solid wil
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CHM139H1 Lecture 18: CHM139 Nov 6

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1 Mar 2016
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Predicting the new direction of an acid-base reaction: the reaction will favour the direction of the weaker acid and base. Direction of the reaction is
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UTSGCHM135H1Kris QuinlanFall

CHM135H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Partial Pressure, Bromine, Reaction Quotient

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1 Mar 2016
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In reaction equilibrium, the rates of the forward and reverse reactions are equal. General form: aa + bb -> <- cc + dd. Kc= [c]c[d]d/[a]a[b]b: kc is di
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UTSGCHM135H1Kris QuinlanFall

CHM139H1 Lecture 22: CHM139 Nov 3

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1 Mar 2016
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Le chatelier"s principle: when a system at equilibrium is subjected to change, the system responds to re-establish equilibrium. Increasing in concentra
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UTSGCHM135H1Kris QuinlanFall

CHM135H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Lone Pair, Conjugate Acid, Electronegativity

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1 Mar 2016
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Acid = dissociates to yield h+ (h3o), proton donor, needs to contain h in its formula. Base = dissociates to yield oh-, proton acceptor, must contain l
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UTSGCHM135H1Kris QuinlanFall

CHM139H1 Lecture 4: CHM139 Lecture 4

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UTSGCHM135H1Kris QuinlanFall

CHM135H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Paper Clip, Significant Figures, Dimensional Analysis

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1 Mar 2016
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Review is chapter 1-3, and parts of chapter 4. What volume will be are left with x unit b occupied. 0. 9978 g the kg"s cancel out and the g cancels. =
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CHM135H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Molar Mass, Reagent

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1 Mar 2016
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Mass % = (mass element per mol compound/mass of 1 mol compound) x 100% 2 molo(16. 0 g mol)+1mil x x 100% x; molar mass of m. X = 47. 90 g/mol look up m
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CHM139H1 Lecture 1: CHM139 Lecture 1

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1 Mar 2016
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Experiment: dumped cold water on one side, hot water on the other side, divided by a divider. Red water (hot) has more kineic energy because it is hote
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