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UWCHEM120LMiscoWinter

CHEM120L Chapter Notes - Chapter Calorimetry: Calorimetry

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27 May 2015
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UWCHEM266LRichard MartaFall

CHEM266L Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-5: Separatory Funnel, Diethyl Ether, Fume Hood

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14 Sep 2016
117
Eyes need to be covered with safety goggles door to door. Safety glasses, and safety glasses made to go over them, safety goggles (lose performance mar
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UWCHEM237LLaura MarroneSpring

CHEM237L Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Buffer Solution, Titration Curve, Burette

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12 Jul 2017
0
Introduction: a buffer resists changes in ph that would other occur after adding a sb or sa which contain weak acids and their conjugate base salts (or
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UWCHEM120LSue StathopulosFall

CHEM120L Chapter 3: Graphs for Calorimeter Lab (100%)

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30 Dec 2015
51
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UWCHEM267Monica BarraWinter

CHEM267 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Nucleophilic Addition, Grignard Reaction, Steric Effects

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5 Mar 2013
55
The carbon of a carbonyl group is especially electrophilic due to both resonance and inductive effects (both resultling in a positive charge on c); mak
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UWCHEM267Monica BarraWinter

CHEM267 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Annulene, Steric Effects, Antiaromaticity

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5 Mar 2013
39
Each c=c and c-c in benzene is not a double bond or single bond, but each is a 1. 5 bond . Cyclic compounds consisting of alternating single and double
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UWCHEM267Monica BarraWinter

CHEM267 Chapter Notes - Chapter Final: Nucleophilic Acyl Substitution, Haloform Reaction, Enol

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18 Mar 2013
60
22. 1 introduction to alpha carbon chemistry: enols and enolates. The c positions (indicated by greek letters) are relative to the position of the carb
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UWCHEM254William PowerWinter

CHEM254 Chapter Notes -Ideal Gas, Exact Differential, Intensive And Extensive Properties

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27 Feb 2013
80
The reversible work is the lower bound for the compression work and the upper bound for the expansion work. The maximum work that can be extracted from
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UWCHEM120jFall

CHEM120 Chapter 1: Scan1.PDF

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18 May 2015
49
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UWCHEM237Dara GilbertWinter

CHEM237 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Condensation Reaction, Homeostasis, Irreversible Process

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15 Jan 2018
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UWCHEM266Steve ForseyFall

CHEM 266 Chapter 9: Substitution Reactions

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19 Dec 2016
3
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UWCHEM267Monica BarraFall

CHEM267 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Infrared Spectroscopy, Wavenumber, Saturated And Unsaturated Compounds

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20 Dec 2012
44
Ir radiation causes vibrational excitation of the bonds in a molecule. Different kinds of vibrational excitation; bonds can: stretch (like a spring, be
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