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College Chemistry I

CHEM 1320 Chapter 2.1-2.3: CHEM 1320: Chapter 2.1-2.3 Textbook Note
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Sunday, January 22, 2017 CHEM 1320 Textbook Note 2 Chapter 2.12.3 I. Chapter 2.1: Brownian Motion: Atoms Conrmed A. Scottish botanist, Robert Brown noticed that pollen particles were in continuous motion being watersuspend...

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CHEM 1320
Ganley
CHEM 1320 Chapter 1.3-1.5: CHEM 1320: Chapter 1.3-1.5 Textbook Note
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Wednesday, January 18, 2017 CHEM 1320 Textbook Note 1 Chapter 1.31.5 I. Chapter 1.3: The Classication of Matter A. The States of Matter 1. solid: atoms or molecules are packed closely to each other in xed locations a) xed ...

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CHEM 1320 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Fluorine, Effusion

Chapter 5: Gasses 9/16  1. Gas volume changes greatly with pressure 2. Gas volume changes greatly with temperature 3. Gases have relatively low viscosity 4. Most gases have relatively low densities under nor...

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CHEM 1320 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Lead(Ii) Nitrate, Lead, Sodium Nitrate

Chapter 4: Reactions in Aqueous Solutions 9/9 A solution is a homogeneous mixture of 2 or more substances. The solute is the substance present in the smaller amount. The solvent is the substance present in the larger ...

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CHEM 1320 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Nonmetal

Chapter 2: Atoms, Molecules, and Ions 8/23  Fundamental Laws ­conservation of mass ­define composition ­multiple proportions  Law of mass conservation (LMC) (Antione Laviosier) Matter is neither created nor destroyed ...

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CHEM 1320 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Kilogram

Chapter 1: The study of change 8/19 Chemistry:  ­Study of matter and the changes it undergoes ­Making and breaking of chemical bonds Study of Chemistry:  ­Models: explaining observed phenomena >Ball­and­stick ­M...

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