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BERKELEYCHEM 1ARoySummer

CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Oil Reserves, Heat Capacity, Thermodynamics

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The nature of energy: key definitions (p. 248) The first law of thermodynamics: there is no free lunch (p. 250) Measuring e for chemical reactions: con
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CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Unified Atomic Mass Unit, Ernest Rutherford, Weighted Arithmetic Mean

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Early ideas about the building blocks of matter (p. 47) Modern atomic theory and the laws that led to it (p. 47) Subatomic particles: protons, neutrons
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BERKELEYCHEM 1ARoySummer

CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Dynamic Equilibrium, Reaction Quotient, Hemoglobin

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CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Reaction Quotient, Weak Base, Amphoterism

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Buffers: solutions that resist ph change (p. 754) Buffer effectiveness: buffer range and buffer capacity (p. 765) Solubility equilibria and the solubil
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BERKELEYCHEM 1ARoySummer

CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Equilibrium Constant, Gibbs Free Energy, Thermodynamics

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Chapter 17 - free energy and thermodynamics (pp. Nature"s heat tax: you can"t win and you can"t break even (p. 813) Entropy and the second law of therm
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BERKELEYCHEM 1ARoySummer

CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Bond Energy, Chemical Bond, Ionic Bonding

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Chapter 9 - chemical bonding i: the lewis model (pp. Ionic bonding: lewis symbols and lattice energies (p. 384) Lewis structures of molecular compounds
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BERKELEYCHEM 1ARoySummer

CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Van Der Waals Equation, Ideal Gas, Stoichiometry

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Pressure: the result of molecular collisions (p. 196) The simple gas laws: boyle"s law, charles"s law, and avogadro"s law (p. 199) Applications of the
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BERKELEYCHEM 1ARoySummer

CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Molecular Mass, Ionic Bonding, Ionic Compound

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Chapter 3 - molecules, compounds, and chemical equations (pp. Representing compounds: chemical formulas and molecular models (p. 90) An atomic-level vi
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BERKELEYCHEM 1ARoySummer

CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Electronic Band Structure, Dynamic Equilibrium, Phase Diagram

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Chapter 11 - liquids, solids, and intermolecular forces (pp. Solids, liquids, and gases: a molecular comparison 484. Intermolecular forces: the forces
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BERKELEYCHEM 1ARoySummer

CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Molecule, Molecular Geometry, Trigonal Planar Molecular Geometry

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CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Solution, Limiting Reagent, Titration

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Chapter 4 - chemical quantities and aqueous reactions (pp. Climate change and the combustion of fossil fuels (p. 139) Reaction stoichiometry: how much
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CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Kilogram, Significant Figures, Scientific Law

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