Study Guides for Chemistry at UOIT (UOIT)


UOITCHEM 3530UnelsonFall

CHEM 3530U Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide -

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UOITCHEM 2020Uyuri bolshanFall

CHEM 2020U Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide -

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UOITCHEM 2040ULiliana TrevaniFall

CHEM 2040U Final: Chem 2040 thermodynamic notes

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UOITCHEM 4060UfedorWinter

CHEM 4060U Final: chem4060-Quantum exam notes

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UOITCHEM 4510Uyuri bolshanFall

CHEM 4510U Study Guide - Final Guide: Refueling And Overhaul, Stannane, Organozinc Compound

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Carbonyl, hcl (aldehyde or ketone depending on the alkene) Pd is not reduced, starts with an oxidation state of 2. H2o provides the o of the carbonyl g
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UOITCHEM 4060UfedorWinter

CHEM 4060U Final: chem4060-Quantum exam notes

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UOITCHEM 1020UOmer YuksekerWinter

CHEM 1020U Study Guide - Final Guide: Kelvin, Trigonal Planar Molecular Geometry, Thermodynamics

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Conservation of energy: energy cannot be created or destroyed. It can only be converted from one form to another. State function: function or property
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UOITCHEM 2020Uyuri bolshanFall

CHEM 2020U Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes -

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UOITCHEM 3530UnelsonFall

CHEM 3530U Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes -

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UOITCHEM 1020UCristen HuckalukWinter

CHEM 1020U Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Activation Energy, Reversible Reaction, Endothermic Process

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13: chemical equilibrium: chemical equilibrium: the state reached when the concentrations of reactants and products remain constant over time, for exam
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UOITCHEM 1020UCristen HuckalukWinter

CHEM 1020U Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Olfactory Nerve, Potassium Bromide, Atomic Number

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UOITCHEM 1010UifaFall

CHEM 1010U Study Guide - Ionic Bonding, Atomic Number, Chartered Chemist

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Emission: output of radiation when an electron loses energy and is moved to a lower energy orbital. Absorption: electron gains energy and is moved to a
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