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UTSGCHM135H1Jessica DFall

CHM135H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Chemical Equation, Weak Base, Conjugate Acid

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5 Jan 2017
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Chm135 chapter 16 study notes (aq) (aq) + oh- Example: hcl(aq) + naoh(aq) h2o(l) + nacl(aq) Hcl, naoh, nacl completely dissociated, net ionic equation
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UTSGCHM135H1Jessica DFall

CHM135H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Equilibrium Constant, Reversible Reaction, Chemical Equilibrium

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5 Jan 2017
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Chemical equilibrium: state reached when concentrations of reactants and products remain constant over time. Equilibrium mixture: a mixture of reactant
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UTSGCHM135H1Jessica DFall

CHM135H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Bond-Dissociation Energy, Acid Strength, Oxoacid

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5 Jan 2017
4
Acids react with metals to yield h2 gas, change colour of litmus from blue to red. Bases feel slippery, change colour of litmus from red to blue. When
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UTSGCHM135H1Jessica DFall

CHM135H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Standard Molar Entropy, Stoichiometry, Spontaneous Process

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5 Jan 2017
3
Thermodynamics: area that dealing with interconversion of heat, other forms of energy. Reverse nonspontaneous, takes place in presence of continuous ex
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UTSGCHM135H1Jessica DFall

CHM135H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Azimuthal Quantum Number, Magnetic Quantum Number, Electromagnetic Spectrum

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5 Jan 2017
2
Periodic table: graph of atomic radius versus atomic number shows periodic rise and fall pattern. Spectroscopy: the study of the interaction of radiant
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UTSGCHM135H1Jessica DFall

CHM135H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Galvanic Cell, Reduction Potential, Electrochemical Cell

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5 Jan 2017
3
Battery: electrochemical cell, device for converting chemical energy to electrical energy. Takes energy released by spontaneous chemical reaction, uses
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UTSGCHM135H1Jessica DFall

CHM135H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Intermolecular Force, Colligative Properties, Molality

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5 Jan 2017
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Mixture: any combination of two or more pure substances blended together in some arbitrary proportion without chemically changing the individual substa
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UTSGCHM135H1Jessica DFall

CHM135H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Intermolecular Force, Vapor Pressure, Boiling Point

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5 Jan 2017
3
Many properties of liquids can be explained by presence of intermolecular forces. Viscosity: the measure of a liquid"s resistance to flow. Substances w
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UTSGCHM135H1Jessica DFall

CHM135H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Ideal Gas Law, Molar Volume, Molar Mass

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5 Jan 2017
3
Most things are solids: substances whose constituent atoms, molecules, or ions are held rigidly together in definite way, giving definite volume and sh
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UTSGCHM135H1Jessica DFall

CHM135H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Structural Formula, Alkaline Earth Metal, Roman Numerals

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27 Sep 2016
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Precision: how well answers are close to each other. If the first digit you remove is less than 5, simply drop it and the following digits. If it is gr
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UTSGCHM135H1Jessica DFall

CHM135H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Atomic Radius, Effective Nuclear Charge, Atomic Number

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27 Sep 2016
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Chapter 5: periodicity and the electron structure of atoms. Wavelength (lambda) is distance between successive wave peaks. Frequency (v) is number of w
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CHM135H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Partial Charge, Atomic Orbital, International System Of Units

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27 Sep 2016
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Molecular polarity influences chemical and physical properties of molecules. Polar covalent bonds form between atoms of different electronegativity. Di
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