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CHEM 103 Chapter 2.1: 2.1 Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures - An Atomic Overview

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2. 1 elements, compounds, and mixtures: an atomic overview. Matter can be classified into 3 types: elements, compounds, mixtures. Elements and compound
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CHEM103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Metallic Bonding, Fused Quartz, Sube Card

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Chapter 12 intermolecular forces: liquids, solids, and phase changes. 12. 6 the solid state: structure, properties, and bonding. We can divide solids i
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CHEM103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.7: Ionic Compound, Nonmetal, Noble Gas

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Only a few elements occur free in nature. The overwhelming majority of elements occur in compounds combined with other elements. These processes genera
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CHEM103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.8: Chlorate, Ionic Compound, Numeral Prefix

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Chemical formula: element symbols and numerical subscripts show the type and number of each atom in the smallest unit of the substance. In general, if
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CHEM103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.5: Abbreviation, Kilogram, Intensive And Extensive Properties

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Chapter 1 keys to the study of chemistry. The si system is based on 7 fundamental units, or base units, each identified with a physical quantity. All o
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CHEM103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.6: Bromine, Nonmetal

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2. 6 elements: a first look at the periodic table. 8 a groups (2 on left, 6 on right) contain the main-group elements. The 10 b groups, located b/w gro
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CHEM103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.4: Dimensional Analysis

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CHEM103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Emulsion, Viscosity, Silicon Dioxide

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Chapter 12 intermolecular forces: liquids, solids, and phase changes. Intermolecular forces have different effects on a molecule at the surface than on
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CHEM103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.4: Electric Field, Elementary Charge, Robert Andrews Millikan

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2. 4 the observations that led to the nuclear atom model. Dalton"s model established that masses of reacting elements could be explained in terms of at
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CHEM103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.5: Unified Atomic Mass Unit, Mass Number, Carbon-12

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Composed of positively charged central nucleus surrounded by one or more negatively charged electrons. Electrons move rapidly within the available volu
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CHEM103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.5: Decimal Mark, Significant Figures, Scientific Notation

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Chapter 1 keys to the study of chemistry. We always estimate the rightmost digit of a measurement. The uncertainty can be expressed with the sign, but
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CHEM103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.3: Design Of Experiments, Phlogiston Theory

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Chapter 1 keys to the study of chemistry. Scientific method: a process involving creative propositions and tests aimed at objective, verifiable discove
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