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RYERSONCHY 103Sharonna GreenbergFall

CHY 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Chemical Equation, Molar Mass, Kilogram

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Precision how close a series of measurements are to one another or how reproducible they are. 1. 60 x 10 19c x 1g/ 1. 76 x 108c = 9. 10 x 10 28 radioac
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RYERSONCHY 103Sharonna GreenbergFall

CHY 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: National Hockey Association, Alkali Metal, Bicarbonate

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A base accepts a proton and becomes a conjugate acid. An acid donates a proton and becomes a conjugate base. 15. 4 acid strength and the acid ionizatio
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RYERSONCHY 103Sharonna GreenbergFall

CHY 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 143: Intermolecular Force, Reaction Quotient, North American Racing Team

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If the reaction occurs in the gas phase, the more appropriate way to write the equilibrium would be write the equation as pressures: (cid:1837)(cid:303
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RYERSONCHY 103Sharonna GreenbergFall

CHY 103 Chapter 12: Chemistry Study Notes

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When the barrier between the two gases is removed, each gas along with its kinetic energy - becomes spread out or dispersed over large volume. The effe
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RYERSONCHY 103Noel GeorgeFall

CHY 103 Chapter 5: Chapter 5: Gases - Notes + Formulas

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RYERSONCHY 103Noel GeorgeFall

CHY 103 Chapter 15: Acids and Bases

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RYERSONCHY 103Noel GeorgeFall

CHY 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Federally Administered Tribal Areas

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RYERSONCHY 103Sharonna GreenbergFall

CHY 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Sodium Chloride, Phenolphthalein, Titration Curve

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In this way, a buffer can maintain a nearly constant ph: a buffer must contain significant amounts of both a weak acid and its conjugate base. Consider
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RYERSONCHY 103Noel GeorgeFall

CHY 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Stoichiometry, Real Gas, Oxygen Toxicity

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RYERSONCHY 103Noel GeorgeFall

CHY 103 Chapter 16: Chapter 16: Solutions That Resist pH Change

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RYERSONCHY 103Noel GeorgeFall

CHY 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ideal Gas Law, Avogadro Constant, Kinetic Theory Of Gases

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De nition:the result of constant collision between the atoms or molecules in a gas and the surface around them is pressure. Note: 1. gaseous atoms and
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RYERSONCHY 103Noel GeorgeFall

CHY 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Ideal Gas Law, Gas Constant, Ammonium Nitrate

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There are many types of solutions and they may be composed of gases, solids or liquids. Solutions in which water is used as a solvent are called aqueou
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