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CHEM 1A Chapter 5: Chapter 5 Book Notes

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2 Nov 2016
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The first person to attempt a scientific study of the vapors produced in chemical reactions was the flemish physician jan baptista van helmont (1577-16
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CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Acid Strength, Equilibrium Constant, Amphoterism

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15 Nov 2016
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7. 1 the nature of acids and bases. Acids were first recognized as a class of substances that taste sour. Bases, or alkalis, are characterized by their
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CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Reaction Quotient, Ideal Gas, Inert Gas

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10 Nov 2016
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The system has reached chemical equilibrium, which is the state in which the concentrations of all reactants and products remain constant with time. Eq
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CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Chromate And Dichromate, Phenolphthalein, Reducing Agent

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14 Oct 2016
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Chapter 4: types of chemical reactions and solution. One of the most valuable functions of water involves its ability to dissolve many different substa
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CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Limiting Reagent, Reagent, Molar Mass

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3 Oct 2016
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Chemical stoichiometry is the quantities of materials consumed and produced in chemical reactions. Ex: 12c is assigned a mass of exactly 12 atomic mass
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CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Titration Curve, Sodium Hydroxide, Buffer Solution

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24 Nov 2016
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8. 1 solutions of acids or bases containing a common ion. When a salt dissolves in water, it breaks up completely into its ions--it is a strong electro
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CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Nonmetal, Ionic Bonding, Alkaline Earth Metal

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3 Oct 2016
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The word atomos (later atoms) was the first used to describe the small particles. For about 2000 years, chemical history was taken over by alchemists.
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