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CHEM 29402 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Unsaturated Hydrocarbon, Dehydrogenation, Halogenation

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At high temperatures, alkanes react vigorously with oxygen. These combustion reactions are the basis for the alkanes" widespread use as fuels. Substitu
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CHEM 29402 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Ferritin, Hemoglobin, Hydrophile

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Fibrous proteins provide structural integrity and strength for many types of tissue. It is the main component of muscle, hair, and cartilage. Globular
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CHEM 29402 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Dehydrogenation, Halogenation, Alkyne

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Chapter 20 organic chemistry part 1. Hydrocarbons are composed of carbons and hydrogens. Carbon-carbon bonds with only single bonds are called saturate
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CHEM 29402 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Standard Solution, Limiting Reagent, Equivalent Weight

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Homogeneous mixture: mixture in which components are uniformly intermingled. In other words, a sample from the first part of the mixture would be the s
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CHEM 29402 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Chemical Equilibrium, Equilibrium Constant, Reaction Rate

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Therefore, the reaction speeds up: the minimum energy required a reaction to occur is called the activation energy (ea) If a given collision posses an
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CHEM 29402 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Sulfuric Acid, Conjugate Acid, Acid Strength

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CHEM 29402 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Lead, Cathodic Protection, Galvanic Cell

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Oxidaion-reducion reacions are reacions in which one or more electrons get transferred. Whenever, a metal and non-metal react with each other, electron
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