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MCGILLCHEM 112Stephen WattFall

CHEM 112 Chapter Notes -Meiosis, Prophase, Zygosity

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CHEM 112 Chapter Notes -Length Contraction, Light Cone, Flashlight

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Einstein"s special theory of relativity has two fundamental postulates: the principle of relativity and the principle of the invariance of the speed of
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MCGILLCHEM 112Stephen WattFall

CHEM 112 Chapter Notes -Electric Field, Problem Set, Cross Product

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Ed is useful for drawing the right hand rule when you don"t know how to draw. When r r you have a cross product such as c a b how his eyes r. , looks a
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CHEM 112 Chapter Notes -Voltmeter, Drift Velocity, Ammeter

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Part a: conceptual questions: if we connect them in series, req = 300w. If we connect them in parallel, req = 30 w. Therefore, in order to obtain a 150
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CHEM 112 Chapter Notes -Dielectric Strength, Electrical Breakdown, Electric Field

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1: charges in the uncharged sphere respond to the electric field produced by the charged sphere. The two halves of the uncharged sphere become equally
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MCGILLCHEM 112Stephen WattFall

CHEM 112 Chapter Notes -Electric Field, Test Particle, Opata Language

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As you might remember from physics nya, gravitational force f on an object of mass m1 can be expressed as. 1. 2 on the surface of the earth (i. e. let
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MCGILLCHEM 112Stephen WattFall

CHEM 112 Chapter Notes -Dielectric Strength, Electrical Breakdown, Electric Field

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1: charges in the uncharged sphere respond to the electric field produced by the charged sphere. The two halves of the uncharged sphere become equally
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MCGILLCHEM 112Stephen WattFall

CHEM 112 Chapter Notes -Voltmeter, Ocz, Density

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Part a: conceptual questions: if we connect them in series, req = 300w. If we connect them in parallel, req = 30 w. Therefore, in order to obtain a 150
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MCGILLCHEM 112Stephen WattFall

CHEM 112 Chapter Notes -Atomic Number, Net Force

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Homework: topic 1 atomic structure & coulomb"s law [chap. Relatively simple applications of basic definitions and basic laws. Numbers in brackets, e. g
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MCGILLCHEM 112Stephen WattFall

CHEM 112 Chapter Notes -Atomic Number, Net Force

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11 Oct 2014
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Homework: topic 1 atomic structure & coulomb"s law [chap. Relatively simple applications of basic definitions and basic laws. Numbers in brackets, e. g
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MCGILLCHEM 112Stephen WattFall

CHEM 112 Chapter Notes -Net Force, Electric Field

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Let us consider 2 wires: i1 and i2. The magnetic field of i2 is out of the page to the left and into the page to the right. If we consider the force th
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