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CHEM392A Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Valence Bond Theory, Lewis Acids And Bases, Nonmetal

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Ionic bonding: the electrostatic attraction between positive and negative ions in the crystal lattice of a salt. Covalent bonding: the sharing of valen
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chapter one notes.docx

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CHEM392A Chapter Notes -Oxidation State, Reducing Agent, Proton-Exchange Membrane

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Reduction: a process in which electrons are gained. Oxidation: a process in which electrons are lost. Redox reaction: chemical reaction in which electr
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CHEM392A Chapter Notes -Kinetic Theory Of Gases, Reversible Reaction, Closed System

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CHEM392A Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Potential Energy, Thermal Energy, Intermolecular Force

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Thermochemistry: the study of the energy changes that accompany physical or chemical changes in matter. Thermal energy: energy available from a substan
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CHEM392A Chapter Notes -Acid, Conjugate Acid, Acid Strength

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8. 1 the nature of acid base equilibria. Amphoteric: in the bronsted- lowry model, a substance capable of acting as an acid or base in different chemic
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chapter two notes.docx

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Monomer: a molecule of relatively low molar mass that is linked with other similar molecules to form a polymer. Polymer: a molecule of large molar mass
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CHEM392A Chapter Notes -Amylase, Gas Constant, Activated Complex

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Chemical kinetics: the area of chemistry that deals with rates of reactions. Rate of reaction: the speed at which a chemical change occurs, generally e
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