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UCSBCHEM 1ALV A N K O P P E NFall

CHEM 1AL Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Gas Constant, Ideal Gas Law, Molar Volume

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The volume of one mole of a substance, or the volume per mole of substance. At stp, one mole of a gas occupies approximately 22. 4 l. Molar volume (l/m
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CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Scientific Method, Microsoft Onenote, Chemical Industry

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(cid:862)thi(cid:374)ki(cid:374)g like a che(cid:373)ist(cid:863: good problem solvers, educated guess=forms a hypothesis then test it. (cid:862)a real
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CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 4.1-4.8: Sodium Hydroxide, Stoichiometry, Lead

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Solution= mixture of a solute and a solvent. Solute: substance being dissolved; minor component in the solution. Solvent- substance doing the dissolvin
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UCSBCHEM 1AJoseph C AFall

CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Mass Spectrometry, Molar Mass, Chemical Formula

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Chemical stoichiometry- quantities of materials consumed and produced in chemical reactions. (cid:862)ato(cid:373)i(cid:272) masses(cid:863: modern sys
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UCSBCHEM 1AJoseph C AFall

CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Scanning Probe Microscopy, Scanning Tunneling Microscope, Atomic-Force Microscopy

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(cid:862)the ea(cid:396)l(cid:455) histo(cid:396)(cid:455) of che(cid:373)ist(cid:396)(cid:455)(cid:863: greeks 1st to try to explain why chemical chan
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UCSBCHEM 1AJoseph C AFall

CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Solubility, Microsoft Onenote, Svante Arrhenius

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Aqueous solution- solutions in which water is the dissolving medium or solvent. Because the oxygen atom has a greater attraction for electrons, the sha
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UCSBCHEM 1ALV A N K O P P E NFall

CHEM 1AL Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Erlenmeyer Flask, Alkali Metal, Chemical Equation

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Metals: malleable, ductile, luster, high electrical and thermal conductivity. Tend to lose electrons to form cations. Alkali metals (group 1) and alkal
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CHEM 1A Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Notar, Hne, Torr

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UCSBCHEM 1ALV A N K O P P E NFall

CHEM 1AL Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Trailing Zero, Decimal Mark, Significant Figures

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Chemistry: an experimental science that relies on accurate and precise measurements and observations. Limitations of the equipment must be considered w
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CHEM 109C Chapter 19: chem 109c 19

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UCSBCHEM 1AFeldwinnFall

CHEM 1A Chapter 3: Stoichiometry

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UCSBCHEM 1ALV A N K O P P E NFall

CHEM 1AL Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Electron Shell, Valence Electron, Octet Rule

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Metallic elements are on the left side of the bold line. Nonmetals: hydrogen and elements on the right side of the bold line. High electronegativities,
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