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UCONNCHEM 1127QClyde CadyFall

CHEM 1127Q Chapter 3: Chem 1127Q Chapter 3

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UCONNCHEM 1127QFatma SelampinarFall

CHEM 1127Q Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Tonne, Graduated Cylinder, Metric System

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3 phases of matter: solid, liquid, gas fixed shape + volume fixed volume, but not rigid in shape (takes shape of container) Neither fixed volume nor sh
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UCONNCHEM 1127QCadyFall

CHEM 1127Q Chapter 1: Book Notes

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UCONNCHEM 1128QJoseph De PasqualeFall

CHEM 1128Q Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Nonmetal, Calcium Hydroxide, Formaldehyde

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Quantifying the concentrations of acids and bases in solutions. Bronsted-lowry acid - a compound that donates a proton to another compound. Bronsted-lo
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UCONNCHEM 1127QFatma SelampinarFall

CHEM 1127Q Chapter Notes - Chapter 2. 3-4: Isomer, Structural Formula, Empirical Formula

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Units of measure: atomic mass unit (amu) and the fundamental unit of charge (e) Dalton (da) & unified atomic mass unit are equal to amu. Ion: electrica
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UCONNCHEM 1128QClyde CadySpring

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

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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UCONNCHEM 1127QCadyFall

CHEM 1127Q Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Affix, Init

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UCONNCHEM 1127QFatma SelampinarFall

CHEM 1127Q Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Chemical Property, Chemical Change, Physical Property

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Physical property: characteristic of matter that is not associated in its chemical composition. Can observe some properties without changing physical s
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UCONNCHEM 1127QJoseph De PasqualeSpring

CHEM 1127Q Chapter Notes - Chapter 9-10: Kinetic Energy, Electric Charge, Electronegativity

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9. 2 relating pressure, volume, amount, and temperature: the ideal gas law. Amonton or gay-lussac"s law - the pressure of a given amount of gas is dire
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UCONNCHEM 1127QCadyFall

CHEM 1127Q Chapter 3: Book Notes

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UCONNCHEM 1127QFatma SelampinarFall

CHEM 1127Q Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.1: Human Eye, Combustibility And Flammability

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Chemistry: the study of composition, properties and interactions of matter. Hypothesis: a tentative explanation of observations that acts as a guide fo
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UCONNCHEM 1127QFatma SelampinarFall

CHEM 1127Q Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.2: Lightning, Bromine

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Matter: anything that takes up space and has mass. Liquid: fluid and takes shape of container, forms flat or slightly curved upper surface when acted u
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