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UTMCHM110H5Heather MillerSummer

CHM110H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Chemical Element, Osmium, Significant Figures

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31 Mar 2013
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Matter is made up of very tiny units called atoms, of which we know about 114 types. Each type of atom is the building block of a different chemical el
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UTMCHM110H5Heather MillerSummer

CHM110H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Antoine Lavoisier, Bromine, Magnesium Oxide

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31 Mar 2013
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In 1774, antoine lavoisier (1774-1794) performed an experiment in which he heated a sealed glass vessel containing a sample of tin and some air. He fou
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UTMCHM110H5Heather MillerSummer

CHM110H5 Chapter Notes -Thiol, Sodium Nitrate, Molar Mass

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31 Mar 2013
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A molecular compound is made up of discrete units called molecules, which typically consist of a small number of non-metal atoms held together by coval
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UTMCHM110H5Heather MillerSummer

CHM110H5 Chapter Notes -Systematic Chaos, Kinetic Energy, Partial Pressure

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31 Mar 2013
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Chapter six: gases expand to fill their container and assume the shape of their containers, they diffuse into one another and mix in all proportions. F
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UTMCHM110H5Heather MillerSummer

CHM110H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Sodium Chloride, Sulfuric Acid, Silver Iodide

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31 Mar 2013
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Unlike metallic conductors in which electrons carry the electric charge, the electricity conducted in aqueous solutions is carried by the ions. When a
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UTMCHM110H5Heather MillerSummer

CHM110H5 Chapter Notes -Potential Energy, Isolated System, Heat Capacity

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31 Mar 2013
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System: part of the universe chosen for study. It can be as large as all the oceans on earth or as small as the contents of a beaker. Surroundings: par
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UTMCHM110H5Heather MillerSummer

CHM110H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Electronegativity, Protein Structure, Conjugate Acid

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31 Mar 2013
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17. 1-common-ion effect in acid-base equilibria: when the concentrations of acid and base in a buffer solution are equal, [h3o+] =ka and ph=pka, when t
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UTMCHM110H5Heather MillerSummer

CHM110H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Triethylene Glycol, Cyclohexene, Molar Concentration

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31 Mar 2013
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A chemical reaction is a process in which one set of substances (reactants) is converted to a new set of substances (products). The main evidences that
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CHM110H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Activated Complex, Reaction Mechanism, Transition State Theory

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31 Mar 2013
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The rate of a reaction describes how fast the concentration of a reactant or product changes with time. Rate of formation = [c]/ t: rate of disappearan
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