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U OF MCHEM 130Charles Mc MoryWinter

CHEM 130 Chapter 6: Chapter 6

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CHEM 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter R: Trailing Zero, Reproducibility, Significant Figures

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Used around the world to make measurements adaptable. Measure of the resistance experienced in a state of motion. A measurement always has some degree
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U OF MCHEM 130Charles Mc MoryWinter

CHEM 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Atomic Mass, Problem Solving, Empirical Formula

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Can be treated as if all objects had identical mass. Most accurate method currently available for comparing the masses of atoms. Atoms or molecules are
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U OF MCHEM 130Charles Mc MoryWinter

CHEM 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3.1-3.2: Covalent Bond, Structural Formula, Chemical Formula

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To determine the charge distribution in a molecule, we can study its behavior in an electric eld. Ionic bonding: the electrostatic attraction between o
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U OF MCHEM 130Charles Mc MoryWinter

CHEM 130 Chapter 2.1-2.4:

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Frequency cycles per second c- speed of light (2. 9979x 10^8/s) The photoelectric effect: einstein arrived to this conclusion though his analysis of th
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U OF MCHEM 130Charles Mc MoryWinter

CHEM 130 Chapter R: Reading notes

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U OF MCHEM 130Charles Mc MoryWinter

CHEM 130 Chapter 5: Chapter 5 Review

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Deals with the amounts of substances consumed and or produced in a chemical reaction. We count atoms by measuring the mass of the sample. To relate mas
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U OF MCHEM 130Charles Mc MoryWinter

CHEM 130 Chapter 3.3-3.4:

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U OF MCHEM 130Charles Mc MoryWinter

CHEM 130 Chapter 2.6-2.7:

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2. 6 quantum number: schrodinger equation for the hydrogen atom, nd many wave functions (orbitals) that satisfy it, each orbital is characterized by a
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U OF MCHEM 130Charles Mc MoryWinter

CHEM 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Reducing Agent, Oxidizing Agent, Strong Electrolyte

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Water is a polar substance that dissolves many ionic and polar substances. Only a small percentage of dissolved molecules produce ions. Completely diss
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U OF MCHEM 130Charles Mc MoryWinter

CHEM 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Antibonding Molecular Orbital, Trigonal Planar Molecular Geometry, Chemical Polarity

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Based on the idea that electron pairs will be arranged around a central atom in a way that minimizes electron repulsion. Can be caused to predict the g
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U OF MCHEM 130Charles Mc MoryWinter

CHEM 130 Chapter 2.8-2.9:

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2. 9 polyelectronic atoms: quantum mechanical model gives a description of the hydrogen atom that agrees very well with experimental data. Schrodinger"
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