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PITTCHEM 0110Vines MargaretFall

CHEM 0110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Ionic Radius, Bond-Dissociation Energy, Covalent Radius

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CHEM 0110 Chapter 7: Chpt. 7 - Quantum Theory of the Atom

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Chapter 7: quantum theory of the atom. Light waves, photons, and the bohr theory. Section 1 the wave nature of light. Wave: a continuously repeating ch
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CHEM 0110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Geiger Counter, Elementary Charge, Polonium

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A pure compound, whatever its source, always contains definite or constant proportions of the element by mass. Basic theory: all matter, whether elemen
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CHEM 0110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Single Displacement Reaction, Fluorine, Butane

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10/3/16: chemist who propose the ionic theory of solutions to account for conductivity of pure water being electrically conducted by dissolving certain
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CHEM 0110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ideal Gas Law, Combined Gas Law, Blaise Pascal

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Section 1 gas pressure and its measurement. Pressure: the force exerted per unit area of surface: ex: A coin resting on a table exerts a force, and the
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CHEM 0110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: James Prescott Joule, Thermodynamic System, Kinetic Energy

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CHEM 0110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Stoichiometry, Reagent, Limiting Reagent

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Chapter 3: calculations with chemical formulas and equations. Section 1 molecular mass and formula mass. Molecular mass (mm): the sum of the atomic mas
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CHEM 0110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Scion Tc, Decimal Mark, Si Base Unit

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Section 1 modern chemistry: a brief glimpse. Modern chemistry: the materials around us are composed of exceedingly small particles called atoms, and th
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CHEM 0110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Reagent, Internal Combustion Engine, Chemical Equation

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Section 1 atomic theory of matter. If there is a metal or a polyatomic ion in a compound, it is generally ionic. Nonmetal: provided the basic theory: a
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CHEM 0110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Valence Bond Theory, Trigonal Planar Molecular Geometry, Trigonal Pyramidal Molecular Geometry

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Chapter 10: molecular and geometry and chemical bonding theory. Molecular geometry: the general shape of a molecule, as determined by the relative posi
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CHEM 0110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Acidic Oxide, Ionization Energy, Covalent Bond

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CHEM 0110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Electronegativity, Fritz London, Net Force

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Chapter 11: states of matter; liquids and solids. Section 1 comparison of gases, liquids, and solids. Gases: compressible fluids, according to kinetic-
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