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CHEM 1128Q Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Inert Gas, Partial Pressure, Reaction Quotient

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26 Mar 2018
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Chemical reactions can occur in both directions simultaneously to eventually reach a state of balance: reactants products or products reactants, balanc
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CHEM 1128Q Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Equilibrium Constant, Reaction Quotient, Calcium Hydroxide

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26 Mar 2018
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Arrhenius acids and bases: substances that when dissolved in water increase [h3o+] or [oh-] Br nsted-lowry: acids are h+ donors in solution, bases are
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CHEM 1128Q Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Collision Theory, Rate-Determining Step, Activated Complex

Patrick Paul9 Page
26 Mar 2018
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The rate of reaction is the change in the amount of a reactant or product per unit time. 2h2o2(aq) 2h2o(l) + o2(g: the rate of decomposition is equal t
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CHEM 1128Q Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Boltzmann Constant, Spontaneous Process, Thermodynamics

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18 Apr 2018
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Thermodynamics is the study of relationships between the energy and work associated with chemical and physical processes: it allows us to predict if a
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CHEM 1128Q Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Boron, Manganese, Nonmetal

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18 Apr 2018
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The dissolution of a slightly soluble ionic compound can be controlled by using le. Using an equilibrium constant can determine the concentration of io
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