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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mycia CoxFall

CH-1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Exothermic Process, Endothermic Process, Internal Energy

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14 Nov 2016
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Chemical energy- potential energy stored in chemical bonds. Internal energy (e)- the sum of all the kinetic and potential energies of all of the compon
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mycia CoxFall

CH-1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Chemical Equation, Strong Electrolyte, Spectator Ion

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14 Nov 2016
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Molarity (m)- the number of moles of solute per liter of solution: m=n/v; also called molar concentration. Standard solution- a solution of known conce
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mycia CoxFall

CH 1010 Chapter 9: Textbook Notes

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There are two broad categories or energy: kinetic energy, which is the energy of an object in motion, and potential energy, which can be the energy tha
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mycia CoxFall

CH-1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Ionic Compound, Chemical Equation, Strong Electrolyte

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14 Nov 2016
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A solution is a homogenous mixture of two or more substances. Though we usually think of solutions as liquids, homogenous mixtures of solids and gases
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mycia CoxFall

CH-1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Hydrophile, Atmosphere (Unit), Phase Transition

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14 Oct 2016
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In part, water sustains life through its ability to dissolve other. The macroscopic properties of substances, which we can readily substances. Water is
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mycia CoxFall

CH-1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Phosphorus Pentafluoride, Homonuclear Molecule, Dna Replication

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14 Oct 2016
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Molecular recognition enables biomolecular structures to recognize and react when a particular molecule with a specific shape fits into a part of the s
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mycia CoxFall

CH-1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Oxyanion, Ionic Compound, Ionic Radius

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12 Oct 2016
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Carbon dioxide is good at trapping heat because it absorbs infrared. Multitude of compounds exists because most of them are more stable radiation. To u
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mycia CoxFall

CH-1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Ketone, Supercritical Fluid, Structural Isomer

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12 Oct 2016
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Temporary dipole- the separation of charge produced in an atom or molecule by a momentary uneven distribution of electrons; also called induced dipole.
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mycia CoxFall

CH-1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Pi Bond, Molecular Recognition, Enantiomer

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28 Sep 2016
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Bond angle: the angle (in degrees) defined by lines joining the centers of two atoms to a third atom to which they are chemically bonded. Valence-shell
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mycia CoxFall

CH-1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Rydberg Constant, Stationary Point, Ionic Radius

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1 Sep 2016
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In addition to giving us powerful insights into the composition and behavior of atoms, quantum theory has forever altered our sense of what we can real
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mycia CoxFall

CH-1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Uncertainty Principle, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Fraunhofer Lines

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28 Aug 2016
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Electromagnetic radiation: any form of radiant energy in the electromagnetic spectrum. Electromagnetic spectrum: a continuous range of radiant energy t
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CLEMSON UCH-1010Mycia CoxFall

CH-1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit, Dimensional Analysis, Scale Of Temperature

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18 Aug 2016
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Greek philosophers of the late bronze age espoused atomism, a belief that all forms of matter are composed of extremely tiny, indestructible building b
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