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USCCHEM 105bLParr JessicaSpring

CHEM 105bL Chapter 15: Chapter 15 - Acids and Bases

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Acids: sour taste, ability to dissolve many metals, neutralize bases. Bases: bitter taste, slippery feel, neutralize acids. The arrhenius definition: a
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USCCHEM 105bLParr JessicaSpring

CHEM 105bL Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Ween, Alkyne, Nonane

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Carbon has four valence e- and tends to form four covalent bonds. Carbon is able to form double and triple bonds. Carbon tends to catenate (bond to its
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CHEM 105bL Chapter Notes - Chapter 24: Coordination Complex, Coordinate Covalent Bond, Ethylenediamine

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Transition metals are the elements in the d block of the periodic table. The s and d orbitals are filled first before the p orbital. The e- are taken o
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CHEM 105bL Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Standard Electrode Potential, Standard Hydrogen Electrode, Electrochemical Cell

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Oxidation corresponds to an increase in oxidation state and reduction corresponds to a decrease in oxidation. Lose e- oxidation, gain e- reduction (leo
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CHEM 105bL Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Beta Decay, Alpha Decay, Electron Capture

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Alpha radiation has the highest ionizing power and have the most potential to interact. A is the mass number (the sum of protons and neutrons in the nu
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CHEM 105bL Chapter 17: Chapter 17 - Free Energy and Thermodynamics

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The first law of thermodynamics states that energy is conserved in chemical processes. A spontaneous process is one that occurs without ongoing outside
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CHEM 105bL Chapter 16: Chapter 16 - Aqueous Ionic Equilibrium

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A buffer resists ph change by neutralizing added acid or added base. A buffer contains significant amounts of weak acid and its conjugate base or signi
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CHEM 105bL Chapter 13: Chapter 13 - Chemical Kinetics

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The rate law: the effect of concentration on the rxn. The rate law is used to express the relationship. To get from the reactants to the products, the
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CHEM 105bL Chapter 14: Chapter 14 - Chemical Equilibrium

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A reversible rxn is a rxn that can proceed in the forwards and reverse directions. When the rate of the reverse rxn = the rate of the forwards rxn, dyn
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