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NYUCHEM-UA 125Margaret MandziukSpring

CHEM-UA 125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3.4: Atom Economy, Molar Mass, Limiting Reagent

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2: convert the known mass of one substance to amount using its molar mass. 3: use the molar ration to calculate the unknown amount of the other substan
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NYUCHEM-UA 125Margaret MandziukSpring

CHEM-UA 125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.2: Phlogiston Theory, Antoine Lavoisier, Dependent And Independent Variables

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Chapter 1- keys to the study of chemistry. 1. 2 chemical arts and the origins of modern chemistry. Prechemical traditions: 3 traditions: alchemy, medic
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NYUCHEM-UA 125Margaret MandziukSpring

CHEM-UA 125 Chapter 2.3: Chapter 2 part 3

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Atomic number, mass number, and atomic symbol: the atomic number z of an element equals the number of protons in the nucleus of each of its atoms. The
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NYUCHEM-UA 125Margaret MandziukSpring

CHEM-UA 125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.7: Roman Numerals, Ionic Compound, Transition Metal

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In a chemical formula, element symbols and often, numerical subscripts show the type and number of each atom in the smallest unit of the substance. Mon
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NYUCHEM-UA 125Margaret MandziukSpring

CHEM-UA 125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.2: Radium, Design Of Experiments, Robert Andrews Millikan

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Postulates of the atomic theory: all matter has atoms. How the theory explains the mass laws: mass conservation. Atoms can"t be created nor destroyed o
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NYUCHEM-UA 125Margaret MandziukSpring

CHEM-UA 125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.5: Sodium Chloride, Ionic Compound, Ionic Bonding

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The overwhelming majority of elements occur in compounds combined with other elements. The noble gases occur in air as separate atoms. Each metal atom
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CHEM-UA 125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.4: Alkaline Earth Metal, Inorganic Chemistry, Atomic Number

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CHEM-UA 125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3.3: Chemical Equation, Stoichiometry

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A chemical equation is a statement that uses formulas to express the identities and quantities of substances in a chemical or physical change. Steps fo
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CHEM-UA 125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.1: Chemical Potential, Chemical Reaction, Potential Energy

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CHEM-UA 125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.8: Numeral Prefix, Chemical Formula, Molecular Mass

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CHEM-UA 125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3.2: Combustion Analysis, Organic Compound, Molar Mass

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3. 2 determining the formula of an unknown compound. Empirical formulas: we use the masses of elements in a compound to find the formula, the empirical
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CHEM-UA 125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3.1: Chemical Formula, Molar Mass, Formula Unit

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General chemistry chapter 3: molecular elements: you must know the formula to determine the molar mass. Mass percent: determining mass percent from a c
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