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UMDCHEM 134Jason KahnSpring

CHEM 134 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Partial Pressure, Molar Volume, Ideal Gas Law

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At the macroscopic level, a complete physical description of a sample of a gas requires four quantities: If the values of any three of these quantities
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CHEM 134 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Diethyl Ether, Heptane, Torr

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When evaporation and condensation no longer occur, the rate of evaporation is equal to the rate of condensation. At these conditions, the number of mol
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CHEM 134 Chapter 1: gas laws

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CHEM 134 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Heat Capacity, Thermodynamics, Negative Number

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The specific heat, c sp , of a substance is the energy required to raise the temperature of one gram of the substance, one degree. It is usually report
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CHEM 134 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Intermolecular Force, Coordination Complex, Boiling Point

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Induced dipole forces are also called dispersion forces, or london forces. H 2 o falls into this category. induced dipole forces. Nicl 2 does not fall
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