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CHEM120 Chapter 1: Scan1.PDF

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18 May 2015
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UWCHEM120Carey BissonnetteFall

CHEM120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Intensive And Extensive Properties, Gamma Globulin, Zinc Chloride

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9 Jul 2013
Natural laws: concise statements, often in mathematical form , about natural phenomena (copernicus" law of earth) Depends on ability to explain/account
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UWCHEM120German SciainiFall

CHEM120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Molecular Solid, Metallic Bonding, Ionic Compound

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17 Mar 2017
In an ionic solid, positive and negative ions are held in their lattice positions by (strong) ionic. Do not conduct electricity (unless melted and diss
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UWCHEM120Carey BissonnetteFall

The Atomic Theory of Matter.docx

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22 May 2014
The word atom is derived from the greek word atomos, meaning indivisible. The philosopher democritus (460-370 b. c. ) believed that matter was composed
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UWCHEM120Carey BissonnetteSummer

CHEM120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Decimal Mark, Kelvin, Ductility

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11 Aug 2018
Natural laws-concise statements about natural phenomena, not an absolute truth. Theory-model of looking at nature to explain natural laws, simplest the
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UWCHEM120Carey BissonnetteFall

CHEM120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Bromine, Lanthanum, Actinium

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9 Jul 2013
Law of constant composition: all samples of a compound have the same composition the same proportions by mass of the constituent elements. Dalton"s ato
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UWCHEM120Sonny LeeFall

CHEM120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Chemical Element, Significant Figures, Distillation

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5 Dec 2013
Hypothesis: is a tentative explanation of a natural law. Theory: is a model or way of looking at nature that can be used to explain natural laws and ma
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UWCHEM120Carey BissonnetteFall

chem chapter 3.docx..docx

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9 Jul 2013
Oxidation states: a useful tool in describing chemical compounds. Oxidation state(number): no. of electrons that an atom loses, gains, or otherwise app
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UWCHEM120William PowerFall

CHEM 120 Chapter 4: Heisenberg uncertainty

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10 Nov 2017
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