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UMNCHEM 1061Leopold KenFall

CHEM 1061 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Ionic Radius, Ionic Compound, Core Electron

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8. 2 the quantum-mechanical model and the periodic table. The lowest energy distribution of electrons in the sublevels of atoms. Recurring pattern in e
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UMNCHEM 1061Leopold KenFall

CHEM 1061 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Organic Compound, Orbital Hybridisation, Organic Reactions

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The special nature of carbon and the characteristics of organic molecules. Through orbital hybridization carbon forms four bonds in virtually all compo
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UMNCHEM 1061Leopold KenFall

CHEM 1061 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Matter Wave, Atomic Orbital, Atomic Number

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Radiowaves, microwaves, infrared, visible light, ultraviolet, x-rays, gamma rays. Number of complete waves, or cycles, that pass a given point per seco
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UMNCHEM 1061Leopold KenFall

CHEM 1061 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Bond Order, Ionic Radius, Electronegativity

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Bonding lowers the potential energy between positive and negative particles. Between atoms with large differences in their tendencies to gain/lose elec
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UMNCHEM 1061Leopold KenFall

CHEM 1061 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Heat Capacity, Potential Energy, Exothermic Process

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Potential energy is converted to kinetic energy. System: the part of the universe focused on. Sum of potential and kinetic energies of the system is ca
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UMNCHEM 1061Leopold KenFall

CHEM 1061 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Covalent Bond, Valence Electron, Pi Bond

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Covalent bond forms when the orbitals of two atoms overlap and a pair of electrons occupy the overlap region. Maximum capacity for two electrons that h
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UMNCHEM 1061Leopold KenFall

CHEM 1061 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Octet Rule, Vsepr Theory, Molecular Geometry

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Determine relative placement of atoms in the molecule, then distribute the total number of valence electrons as bonding and lone pairs. Each atom fills
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UMNCHEM 1061Leopold KenFall

CHEM 1061 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Molar Mass, Surface Tension, Chemical Polarity

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An overview of physical states and phase changes. The potential energy in the form of intermolecular forces tends to draw the molecules together. The k
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UMNCHEM 1061Leopold KenFall

CHEM 1061 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Sulfuric Acid, Nitric Acid, Spectator Ion

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Solution concentration and the role of water as a solvent. Solute: dissolved in a larger quantity of another. Uneven distribution of electron charge an
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UMNCHEM 1061Leopold KenFall

CHEM 1061 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Kinetic Theory Of Gases, Mean Free Path, Molar Mass

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An overview of the physical states of matter. Gases form a solution in any proportions. Pressure: the force exerted per unit of surface area. Barometer
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