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BINGHAMTONCHEM 111Clarice KelleherFall

CHEM 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5.1-5.3: Ideal Gas Law, Ideal Gas, Pressure Measurement

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Chem 111 general chemistry by ebbing gammon chapter 5. 1 5. 3. Gasses can be compressed into smaller and smaller volumes. Most of the math around gases
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BINGHAMTONCHEM 101Steven BoyerFall

CHEM 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Decimal Mark, Trailing Zero, Metric System

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Measurement: the determination of the dimensions, capacity, quantity, or extent of something. Most common measurements in chemical labs o: mass, volume
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BINGHAMTONCHEM 107Benjamin TurnpennyFall

CHEM 107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Molar Mass, Formula Unit, Molecular Mass

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Identify the number and the type of atoms in the chemical formula. Use the periodic table to obtain the atomic mass of each of the elements present in
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BINGHAMTONCHEM 101Prof.Fall

CHEM 101 Chapter 7.3-7.6: Chap 7.3-7.6 Chem - Atoms

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Emission spectra continuous or line spectra emitted by substances. Line spectra light emission only at specific wavelengths. Energies that an electron
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BINGHAMTONCHEM 111Clarice KelleherFall

CHEM 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6.1-6.2: Thermodynamics, Calorie, Exothermic Process

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