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TEMPLECHEM 1032Dr.GilbertFall

CHEM 1032 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Inert Gas, Reaction Quotient, North American Racing Team

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H2 (g) + i2 (g) 2hi (g) A reaction that can proceed in both the forward and reverse directions, is said to be reversible. In this reaction: initially,
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TEMPLECHEM 1032Jonathan SmithFall

CHEM 1032 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Hydrofluoric Acid, Svante Arrhenius, Litmus

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Acids have the following general properties: a sour taste, the ability to dissolve many metals, the ability to turn blue litmus paper red; and the abil
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TEMPLECHEM 1032Jonathan SmithFall

CHEM 1032 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Buffer Solution, Conjugate Acid, Weak Base

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Buffers- resist ph change by neutralizing added acid or base. A buffer contains significant amounts of both a weak acid and its conjugate base or a wea
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TEMPLECHEM 1032Jonathan SmithFall

CHEM 1032 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Intermolecular Force, Molar Volume, Molar Mass

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Intermolecular forces are the forces that hold many liquids and solids together. The state of a sample of matter solid, liquid, or gas depends on magni
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TEMPLECHEM 1032Jonathan SmithFall

CHEM 1032 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Spontaneous Process, Phase Transition, Molecular Solid

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A spontaneous process is one that occurs without ongoing outside intervention. A non-spontaneous process can be made spontaneous by coupling it to anot
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TEMPLECHEM 1032Dr.GilbertFall

CHEM 1032 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Equilibrium Constant, Structure Of Policy Debate, Inq Mobile

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The first law of thermodynamics states that energy can be neither created not destroyed. The second law of thermodynamics implies that for every energy
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TEMPLECHEM 2201drjasmineSpring

CHEM 2201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Bond-Dissociation Energy, Unpaired Electron, Covalent Bond

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Electrons achieve a lower energy state when they occupy a bonding molecular orbital for that reason breaking bonds require energy. For a bond to break
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TEMPLECHEM 2202Serge JasminSpring

CHEM 2202 Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapter 15: Atheris, Nucleophile, Enantiomer

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TEMPLECHEM 2202Serge JasminSpring

CHEM 2202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Benzene, Overhead Camshaft, Haloalkane

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TEMPLECHEM 2202Serge JasminSpring

CHEM 2202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Benzene, Buda

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TEMPLECHEM 1033danielkimFall

CHEM 1033 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4.2: Potassium Iodide, Solution, Single Displacement Reaction

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A precipitation reaction is one in which dissolved substances react to form one (or more) solid products. Many reactions of this type involve the excha
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TEMPLECHEM 2202Serge JasminSpring

CHEM 2202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Asteroid Family, Bromine, Lone Pair

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