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U OF MCHEM 130Jadwiga SipowskaFall

CHEM 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.1-2.4: Emission Spectrum, Bohr Model, Continuous Spectrum

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Em radiation = one of the ways that e travels through space. Waves have 3 primary characteristics: wavelength, frequency, speed. Wavelength (cid:523) (
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U OF MCHEM 130Charles Mc MoryWinter

CHEM 130 Chapter 6: Chapter 6

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U OF MCHEM 130Jadwiga SipowskaFall

CHEM 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4.4-4.6: Bond Length, Pi Bond, Paramagnetism

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Molecular orbitals (mos) - can hold 2 electrons with opposite spins. Square of mo wave function indicates electron probability. Sigma molecular orbital
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U OF MCHEM 130Jadwiga SipowskaWinter

CHEM 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Robert Andrews Millikan, Antoine Lavoisier, Ion

John dalton developed a simple model of the atom. The science of chemistry is completely dependent on understanding the behavior of atoms. Matter consi
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U OF MCHEM 130Jadwiga SipowskaWinter

CHEM 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Phase Diagram, Intermolecular Force, Noble Gas

Intermolecular forces are relatively weak interactions that occur between molecules. When a substance changes from a solid to a liquid, the molecules r
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U OF MCHEM 130Jadwiga SipowskaWinter

CHEM 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Electronegativity, Sodium Hydroxide, Electrolyte

Water is one of the most important substances on earth. Results in a polar molecule that has a permanent dipole moment. Hydration is the interaction be
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U OF MCHEM 210Brian CoppolaFall

CHEM 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Electronegativity, Boiling Point, Weak Interaction

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Structure of a compound determines reactivity: by u(cid:374)dersta(cid:374)di(cid:374)g that, you"ll (cid:271)e a(cid:271)le to predi(cid:272)t phe(cid
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U OF MCHEM 130Carol Ann CastanedaFall

CHEM 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Conjugate Acid, Equilibrium Constant, Acid Strength

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13. 1: the nature of acids and bases. In contrast to a strong acid, a weak acid has a conjugate base that is a much stronger base than water. In this c
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U OF MCHEM 130Jadwiga SipowskaFall

CHEM 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3.4-3.9: Bond Length, Single Bond, Double Bond

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3. 4 - energy effects in binary ionic compounds. Ionic solids - solids composed of oppositely charged ions. Lattice energy - change in e that takes pla
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U OF MCHEM 210AllFall

CHEM 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Ionic Bonding, Chemical Polarity, Vsepr Theory

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U OF MCHEM 210Kathleen NoltaSpring

CHEM 210 Chapter 4 - 6: Office Hours 14 Acid catalyzed reaction mechanism and course pack

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U OF MCHEM 210AllFall

CHEM 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Stereoisomerism, Partial Charge, Meso Compound

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