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TAMUCHEM 227Ponnamperuma KrishanFall

CHEM 227 Chapter 7: a plus ch 7

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TAMUCHEM 107Brown LarryFall

CHEM 107 Chapter 11: Chem 107 Ch 11 Notes

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TAMUCHEM 227Lin JiangFall

CHEM 227 Chapter 5: Organic Chemistry Notes 12

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TAMUCHEM 228Gopalakrishnan GanesaSpring

CHEM 228 Chapter 12: a plus ch 12

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TAMUCHEM 107Brown LarryFall

CHEM 107 Chapter 12: Chem 107 Ch 12 Notes

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TAMUCHEM 111Daniel P CollinsFall

CHEM 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Membrane Potential, Fluorine, Atomic Number

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Oxidation (most oxidized has highest oxidation state value) Reduction (most reduced has lowest oxidation state value) The oxidation state of any elemen
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TAMUCHEM 111Daniel P Collins

CHEM 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Principal Quantum Number, Bohr Model, Unified Atomic Mass Unit

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Number of protons + neutrons; determines isotope. Only for 1 electron species! (h, he, li, group 1) Electrons orbit at fixed distances from the nucleus
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TAMUCHEM 101Bethel RyanFall

CHEM101 Chapter 2: Chem Module 2 Chapter 2

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Module 2 (2. 1-2. 7): atoms molecules and ions (textbook notes) 2. 1: atomic structure- protons, electrons, and neutrons: protons have + charge; electr
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TAMUCHEM 227Lin JiangFall

CHEM 227 Chapter 5: Organic Chemistry Notes 13

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TAMUCHEM 227Lin JiangFall

CHEM 227 Chapter 6: Organic Chemistry Notes 14

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TAMUCHEM 228Gopalakrishnan GanesaSpring

CHEM 228 Chapter 14: a plus ch 13 and ch14

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TAMUCHEM 227Santander PatricioFall

CHEM 227 Chapter 2: Chapter 2 Book Notes

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When a bond has an unequal distribution of electrons, one atom will have a partial negative charge while the other has a partial positive charge. This
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