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QUCHE 110James KirbyFall

CHE 110 Chapter 1-2: Chem 110 chapters 1,2

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Scientific notation- used when the numbers are either extremely large or extremely small. Measurement consists of a unit and a number. Prefixes: 1 kilo
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CHE 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Boiling Point, Chemical Property, Decimal Mark

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CHE 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Barium Hydroxide, Phosphate, Alkali Metal

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The atomic theory: j(cid:656)(cid:649)(cid:655) d(cid:642)(cid:653)(cid:661)(cid:656)(cid:655)"(cid:660) atomic theory, elements are composed of extrem
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CHE 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Lattice Energy, Ionic Compound, Ionic Bonding

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Main group atoms, tend to undergo reactions that leave them with 8 outer-shell (valence) electrons (two for hydrogen) so they form noble- gas con gurat
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CHE 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Molar Mass, Chemical Formula, Formula Unit

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Chemical formulas and chemical equations have quantitative signi cance. Formula weight: sum of atomic weights off all atoms in the formula unit of a co
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CHE 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Lead, Equivalence Point, Standard Solution

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Homogeneous mixture of two or more substances: solute. Substance in a solution that is present in a smaller amount: solvent. Substance in a solution th
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CHE 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Standing Wave, Characteristic Energy, Pauli Exclusion Principle

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CHE 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Thermodynamics, Mississippi Highway 1, Enthalpy

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CHE 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6.1: Joule

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CHE 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Chemical Formula, Plus And Minus Signs, Institute Of Noetic Sciences

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The mass of an atom depends on the number of electrons, protons, and neutrons it contains. We cannot weigh a single atom but it is possible to determin
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CHE 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Prussian P 8, Mass Spectrum, Number Density

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Substances that exist as gases: only 11 elements are gases under normal atmospheric conditions. K mol nv= prt: n = number of moles n=m mmv= prt, m = ma
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CHE 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Robert Andrews Millikan, Nucleon, Unified Atomic Mass Unit

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All matter is composed of small particles - atoms. Thought atoms were indivisible - did not understand subatomic particles. Retains chemical and physic
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