CHM 1311
University Of Ottawa - CHM 1311
  • 10 Pages Chemistry Lab 6
    Chemistry Lab 6

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Lab 6

    StudentName:JadSlim StudentNumber:6876348 PartnersNameandStudent#:KaileeMcwilliam7161457 Demonstrator'sName:MattDecan PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft Tuesnig

  • 22 Pages Week 10 Abstracts
    Week 10 Abstracts

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Lab 6

    Abstracts Descriptive and Informative Abstracts An abstract is a summary of a body of information. Sometimes, abstracts are in fact called summariessometimes, executive summaries or executive abstracts. Abstracts There are different kinds of abstractsy

  • 13 Pages Sample 2 Light Water Nuclear Reactor
    Sample 2 Light Water Nuclear Reactor

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Lab 6

    1092 Willow Creek Dr. Austin, Texas 78741 December 9, 2011 Mr. David A. David McMurrey Energy Research Consultants, Inc. 1307 Marshall Lane, Suite 3200 Austin, Texas 78712 Dear Mr. McMurrey: In keeping with our agreement of September 22, 2011, I am submit

  • 1 Page intro
    Intro

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Lab 6

    I. INTRODUCTION A gas turbine is a component in the engine of an airplane that converts the chemical properties inside a fuel into a gas that will expand rapidly. The gas will push out of the turbine, thus thrusting the Airplane forward. In addition, the

  • 19 Pages Week 9 Numbers
    Week 9 Numbers

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Lab 6

    Week 9 Numbers Beer & McMurrey pp. 37-42 Words or Numerals? Numbers are expressed as word (twelve) or numerals (12). Cardinal numbers are one, two, three, etc. Ordinal numbers are first, second, third, etc. Write cardinal numbers from one to ten as word

  • 18 Pages Week 9  Research Question 1
    Week 9 Research Question 1

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Lab 6

    Research Readers of research reports do not want just information; they want an answer to a question worth asking. Connecting with your reader Your first step in establishing a sound research relationship with your readers is to offer them more than a co

  • 15 Pages research question 2
    Research Question 2

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Lab 6

    Week9 Research Whatisresearch? Anygatheringofdata,information,andfactsfor theadvancementofknowledge. Researchisperformingamethodicalstudyin ordertoproveahypothesis,solveaproblem,or answeraspecificquestion. Researchrequiressomekindofinterpretationand anopi

  • 1 Page My question
    My Question

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Lab 6

    How can coating a gas turbine with a ceramic mixture maximize its efficiency and its durability?

  • 55 Pages Chapter 17 Review
    Chapter 17 Review

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm1311

    Chapter 17: Additional Aspects of Acid-Base Equilibria pH = pKa +log [A-]/[HA] The Common-Ion Effect addition of an common ion to an acid-base equilibrium will cause it to shift in order to counter-act that addition consequence: limitation on the disso

  • 55 Pages Chapter 15 Review
    Chapter 15 Review

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm1311

    KP = Kc(RT)n (gas) Chapter 15: Principles of Chemical Equilibrium Dynamic Equilibrium so far, we have considered chemical reactions as having only one direction at a certain point, however, all reactions are reversible, i.e., the products may react to g

  • 16 Pages Week 10 Integration of Quotations, Summaries and Paraphrases
    Week 10 Integration Of Quotations, Summaries And Paraphrases

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Lab 6

    Week 9 Integration of Quotations Integration of Borrowed Information Quotations, summaries, paraphrases, and facts will support your argument, but they cannot speak for you. You can use several strategies to integrate information from research sources int

  • 14 Pages Week 11  Introductions(1)
    Week 11 Introductions(1)

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Lab 6

    Week 11 Final Report: Introductions Introduction The introduction is the first main body section of the report. It begins with some background as to the situation out of which this report arose. The Contents of the Introduction The second paragraph nar

  • 1 Page problem from final 2012
    Problem From Final 2012

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Lab 6

    4. TAPS is a monoprotic sulfonic acid that is used to make buffer soutions. When 4.43g of TAPS (NO3C7H16SO2OH) is dissolved in water to make a 25mL solution the pH was 4.29. A TAPS buffer prepared from 0.40 mol TAPS and 0.50 mole of the sodium salt of TAP

  • 11 Pages Week 12 Checklist for Final Report(1)
    Week 12 Checklist For Final Report(1)

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Lab 6

    Checklist Checklist Technical Report Checklist Checklist Use the following questions to Use ensure that your technical report is structured properly according to common expectations: Do you include all the required Do components in the required order: a t

  • 22 Pages Week 10  Final Report Information and requirements
    Week 10 Final Report Information And Requirements

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Lab 6

    Final Report Contents and organization Special Format The technical report has to be prepared according to a set standard. The technical report uses a rather involved format including covers, binding, letter or memo of transmittal, title page, table of

  • 3 Pages ENG 1112 D  FINAL REPORT FALL 2013
    ENG 1112 D FINAL REPORT FALL 2013

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Lab 6

    FINAL REPORT DUE DATE: STUDENT NAME: STUDENT NUMBER: ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS: Write a five-page technical report on the topic agreed upon with your instructor. Address your report to a real or realistic audience that has a genuine use for it. A letter or

  • 6 Pages Sample 1 Final Report  Preliminary pages (3)
    Sample 1 Final Report Preliminary Pages (3)

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Lab 6

    December 9, 2011 David McMurrey, Chairman Coastal Real-Estate Developers 400 Baywater Blvd. Corpus Christi, Texas Dear Mr. McMurrey: As agreed in our September 21, 2011, contract, I am submitting the attached report entitled The Effects of Increased Atmos

  • 20 Pages WEEK 9 Organization and Content of Research Papers (1)
    WEEK 9 Organization And Content Of Research Papers (1)

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Lab 6

    WEEK9 Content and Organization of Research Papers ProfessionalCommunities Whatever professional community you join, youll be expected to show that you understand its practices by reporting your research in ways that have evolved to communicate it. Researc

  • 82 Pages chapter 14
    Chapter 14

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Lab 6

    Chemical Kinetics Chemical Chapter 14 Decomposition of hydrogen peroxide, H2O2, to H2O and O2 catalyzed by platinum metal An automotive catalytic muffler. Chemical Kinetics Chapter 14 We can use thermodynamics to tell if a We reaction is product or react

  • 68 Pages chapter 15
    Chapter 15

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Lab 6

    Chapter 15: Principles of Chemical Equilibrium Dynamic Equilibrium So far we have considered reactions that go in one direction Equilibrium two opposing processes taking place at equal rates NO NET REACTION H2O(l) NaCl(s) H2O(g) H2O NaCl(aq) CO(g) + 2

  • 44 Pages Week 11 Paragraph Formation
    Week 11 Paragraph Formation

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Lab 6

    Week 3 Paragraph Formation Remember: In writing a good paragraph, Two things will help a lot; An effective topic sentence, And just one subject thought. J. H. Dawson, Weed Scientist, Prosser, WA 99350 Paragraphs Paragraphs are the building blocks from whi

  • 15 Pages 2nd-midterm-2010-solutions
    2nd-midterm-2010-solutions

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm1311

    CHM 1311 E Second Midterm Nov 22nd 2010 (Prof. S. Gambarotta) Your Name: _ Student #: _ 1. Deliver the entire booklet 2. You must respond to ALL exercises. 3. Blank pages are at the end. 4. Data Sheet and Periodic Table is given at the en of the text. 1.

  • 9 Pages 1-midterm-2010
    1-midterm-2010

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm1311

    CHM 1311 E First Midterm Oct 2010 (Prof. S. Gambarotta) Your Name: _ Student #: _ Your course TA (Anthony, Trevor, Joseph): _ Exercise 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 key 1. Deliver only this page. You can keep the text. The solution key will be posted tomorro

  • 33 Pages CHM chapter 1 - review
    CHM Chapter 1 - Review

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: General Chemistry

    Chapter 1: Matter Its Properties and Measurement The Scientic Method Observation modify CHM1311 Experiment Hypothesis Theory Experiment Matter Established Theory modify 2 Properties of Matter Matter: occupies space and displays mass and inertia Composit

  • 12 Pages ch.6 NOTES
    Ch.6 NOTES

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: General Chemistry

    17:15 Pressure:Gas Dependson Area P(Pa)=force/area Pressure:liquid Dependson height thedensityofliquid p=ghd *Pressurecanbemeasuredusingabarometer Atmosphericpressure Exertedbythecolumnofairsituatedabovesurface *Refertochapter6notesforunits IdealGasl

  • 74 Pages Notes_Ch14
    Notes_Ch14

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: General Chemistry

    k = Ae-Ea/RT Chapter 14: Chemical Kinetics CHM1311 Chemical Kinetics 1 Chemical Kinetics We can use H and K to tell if a reaction is energetically possible or not, or if it is product or reactant favoured. But this gives us no information on how fast t

  • 85 Pages Notes_Ch16
    Notes_Ch16

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: General Chemistry

    O H H C C H O H Chapter 16: Acids and Bases + Sections 5-3 and 5-7 Arrhenius Theory of Acids and Bases (1859 1927) Svante Arrhennius (1884) His theory: Acids: contain H+ Bases: contain OHKey aws in Arrhenius theory: some bases do not contain any OH ass

  • 55 Pages Notes_Ch15
    Notes_Ch15

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: General Chemistry

    KP = Kc(RT)n (gas) Chapter 15: Principles of Chemical Equilibrium Dynamic Equilibrium so far, we have considered chemical reactions as having only one direction at a certain point, however, all reactions are reversible, i.e., the products may react to g

  • 55 Pages Notes_Ch18
    Notes_Ch18

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: General Chemistry

    Chapter 18: Solubility and Complex-Ion Equilibria An Experiment: The Precipitation of Metal Chlorides Chloride ions are added to solution of the following metal ions: Ag+ Pb2+ Hg22+ add Cl- AgCl (s) PbCl2 (s) Hg2Cl2 (s) Precipitation is observed! CHM131

  • 5 Pages part of 16 notes
    Part Of 16 Notes

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: General Chemistry

    18:27 Strongweakacids Slide36 Favoureddirectionstronger>weakeroftheconjugatebase Studytheseslides. strongacidsdissociate100% 38.pKa=logKa LOGOFANUMBERSMALLEDTHAN1NUMBERISALWAYSNEGATIVE 39.seeslide strongbasesareconsideredtobe1000issociatedinwater 40.weaka

  • 1 Page Chapter 15 notes
    Chapter 15 Notes

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: General Chemistry

    Missed lecture END OF CH 15 Q>K - reaction proceeds to the left Q<K rxn proceeds to the right Q=K rxn at equilibrium 41 Q = 0,Q<K therefore Q<K, Q= Infinity Q>K , Q=K Le Chateliers Principle When a system is at equilibrium system is subject to a change

  • 4 Pages 14 notes.
    14 Notes.

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: General Chemistry

    15:45 Chemnotes SLIDE71 Reactionmehcanisms Eachstepiscalledtheelementarystep anymoleculareventthataltersamoleculesenergyofgeometryormakesanew molecule s=consistentwithstoichiometry elementaryproceses uniorbimolecular exponentsfoconcentration=stoichiomet

  • 42 Pages CHM chapter 3 - review
    CHM Chapter 3 - Review

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: General Chemistry

    H OH HO HO HO H H OH OH H Chapter 3: Chemical Compounds 1 Molecular Compounds molecule: an assembly of at least two atoms, held together in a discrete conformation by chemical forces ion: a molecule that has gained or lost an electron cation: positive

  • 72 Pages Notes_Ch7
    Notes_Ch7

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: General Chemistry

    Chapter 7: Thermochemistry The Nature of Energy The capacity to do work or to produce heat. The thermite reaction is so vigorous that the iron that is formed is molten! CHM1311 Thermochemistry 2 The Nature of Energy the forms of energy most relevant in c

  • 10 Pages 1-midterm-06
    1-midterm-06

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm1311

    CHM 1311 First Midterm Your Name: _ Student #: _ Your course TA (Amir, Steve): _ Exercise 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 key 1. You can keep the text. The solution key will be posted today on the web. 2. You must respond to 12 exercises of y

  • 1 Page CHM1311 chapter by chapter
    CHM1311 Chapter By Chapter

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm1311

    COURSE Syllabus (chapters correspond to Silberberg, 1st Canadian edition) Review on your own; in particular: 1.4 (Chemical Problem Solving), 1.5 (Measurement in Scientific Study), and 1.6 (Uncertainty in Measurement) Review on your own; in particular: 2.2

  • 9 Pages Lab 4 - Chemical Kinetics
    Lab 4 - Chemical Kinetics

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: General Chemistry

    Experiment 4 Chemical Kinetics Presented by: Student No.: Date: Tuesday, November 6, 2012 Course: CHM1311 Demonstrator: Abstract The research in this experiment was intended to determine the chemical kinetics of the rate of a reaction between three differ

  • 7 Pages Lab 6 - Titration
    Lab 6 - Titration

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: General Chemistry

    Student Name: Student Number: Partners Name and Student #: Demonstrator's Name: PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! Lab Day (circle): Lab Week (circle): Tues aft Tues night Wed Thurs af

  • 13 Pages Formal Lab Report 3 - Enthalpy
    Formal Lab Report 3 - Enthalpy

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: General Chemistry

    Abstract The research in this experiment was intended to determine the various enthalpies of different reactions. The enthalpy of metal, acid and base, and salt were determined. The enthalpies were determined using calorimetry, specific heat capacity, and

  • 31 Pages CHM1311 Final Review
    CHM1311 Final Review

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: General Chemistry

    CHM1311D 2013 Review Disclaimer The material covered in this review is REPRESENTATIVE of the material for which you will be responsible on the midterm. You are responsible for any material covered in lecture or in homework problems REGARDLESS of whether i

  • 75 Pages CHM Ch4 AND ch5 - notes
    CHM Ch4 AND Ch5 - Notes

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: General Chemistry

    Chapter 4:! Chemical Reactions Chemical Equations Chemical equations depict the kind of reactants and products and their relative amounts in a reaction. 4 Al(s) + 3 O2(g) ! 2 Al2O3(s) CHM1311 Chemical Reactions 2 Chemical Equations the physical state of

  • 58 Pages Notes_Ch6
    Notes_Ch6

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: General Chemistry

    Chapter 6: Gases The Three States of Matter CHM1311 Gases 2 General Properties of Gases There is a lot of free space in a gas. Gases can be expanded innitely. Gases occupy containers uniformly and completely. Gases diffuse and mix rapidly. CHM1311 Gases 3

  • 33 Pages CHM chapter 2 - review
    CHM Chapter 2 - Review

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: General Chemistry

    Chapter 2: Atoms and Atomic Theory 1 Early Chemical Discoveries Lavoisier, 1743-1794 Dalton (1766 1844) Conservation of Matter - A chemical equation must be balanced for mass. Atomic Theory - A chemical equation must have the same number of atoms of the

  • 3 Pages Assignment notes ch 14p1
    Assignment Notes Ch 14p1

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: General Chemistry

    14:45 Assignmentnotes Rateofformation=[C]/T(whengivenconcentrationsandtimes) Whenfindingincreasefactorthatrateincreasesby,multiplynewreactionorders INTEGRATEDRATELAWS Whengivenk,andinitial[c],andtime(converttoseconds).Tofindnew[c] Ln[c]= [c]=e[([k][t]+

  • 19 Pages Organizational Policy Notes
    Organizational Policy Notes

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Chapter1StrategicManagementandStrategicCompetitiveness StrategicCompetitiveness:Achievedwhenafirmsuccessfullyformulatesandimplementsavaluecreatingstrategy Strategy:Anintegratedandcoordinatedsetofcommitmentsandactionsdesignedtoexploitcorecompetenciesand ga

  • 68 Pages Ch 15 2013 (1)
    Ch 15 2013 (1)

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Chapter 15: Principles of Chemical Equilibrium Dynamic Equilibrium So far we have considered reactions that go in one direction Equilibrium two opposing processes taking place at equal rates NO NET REACTION H2O(l) NaCl(s) H2O(g) H2O NaCl(aq) CO(g) + 2

  • 3 Pages 5 nov. - Les campagnes médiatiques
    5 Nov. - Les Campagnes Médiatiques

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Les campagnes mdiatiques Les campagnes mdiatiques qui promouvaient un comportement suggr par la loi sont mieux russies. Par exemple, lutilisation de condom, une bonne alimentation, exercices les campagnes mdiatiques sont moins russies, - Le degr du compor

  • 9 Pages Midterm2_v1_solved
    Midterm2_v1_solved

    School: University Of Ottawa

    CHM1311B Midterm #2 2013 Page 1 of 9 LAST NAME: _ FIRST NAME: _ Student Number: _ CHM 1311 B Midterm #2 Fall 2013 Please keep your work covered at all times and keep your eyes on your own paper! Cheating or any appearance of cheating will result in an F i

  • 10 Pages 2013-FinalExam-KEY
    2013-FinalExam-KEY

    School: University Of Ottawa

    CHM1311A Final Exam 2013 page 3 of 15 1. (20 points) Short Answer Questions. a) Give the name or formula for the following compounds: Tin (II) oxide _SnO_ Sulfurous acid _H2SO3_ b) Balance the following reaction: _ Fe2O3 (s) + _2_ Al (s) _ Al2O3 (s) + _2_

  • 12 Pages report4
    Report4

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Introduction Chemical kinetics is the study of the rates at which reactions occur. Since it is related to chemical reactions, it is a major component of general chemistry and is integral to all chemical processes. The importance of studying chemical kinet

  • 8 Pages Lab #6 - Titration
    Lab #6 - Titration

    School: University Of Ottawa

    StudentName:_ StudentNumber:_ PartnersNameandStudent#:_ Demonstrator'sName:_ PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThursnight Fri LabWeek(circl

  • 9 Pages Lab #4 Reaction Rates
    Lab #4 Reaction Rates

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    StudentName:_ StudentNumber:_ PartnersNameandStudent#:_ Demonstrator'sName:_ PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThursnight Fri LabWeek(circl

  • 8 Pages Lab #5 - Equilibria
    Lab #5 - Equilibria

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    StudentName:_ StudentNumber:_ PartnersNameandStudent#:_ Demonstrator'sName:_ PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThursnight Fri LabWeek(circl

  • 25 Pages Chemistry Lab #3 Formal Report
    Chemistry Lab #3 Formal Report

    School: University Of Ottawa

    StudentName:_ StudentNumber:_ PartnersNameandStudent#:_ Demonstrator'sName:_ PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThursnight Fri LabWeek(circl

  • 8 Pages Chem Lab 1
    Chem Lab 1

    School: University Of Ottawa

    StudentName:YacineDjouhri StudentNumber:7217950 PartnersNameandStudent#:BaileyCooke7260796 Demonstrator'sName:QiChen(TemporaryDemonstrator) PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(ci

  • 14 Pages Chemistry Formal Lab
    Chemistry Formal Lab

    School: University Of Ottawa

    StudentName:_ StudentNumber:_ PartnersNameandStudent#:_ Demonstrator'sName:_ PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThursnight Fri LabWeek(circl

  • 10 Pages lab report %231
    Lab Report %231

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Student Name: Woojin Lee Student Number: 7237750 Partners Name and Student #: David Clarke (7325539) Demonstrator's Name: Danny Pau (dpau011@uottawa.ca) PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be record

  • 11 Pages lab6rfe12
    Lab6rfe12

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Student Name: Woojin Lee Student Number: 7237750 Partners Name and Student #: David Clarke Demonstrator's Name: Daniel Pau PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! Lab Day (circle): Lab Week

  • 8 Pages lab5rfe
    Lab5rfe

    School: University Of Ottawa

    StudentName:WoojinLee StudentNumber:7237750 PartnersNameandStudent#:DavidClarke,7325539 Demonstrator'sName:DanielPau PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft Tuesnigh

  • 14 Pages Lab Report 3
    Lab Report 3

    School: University Of Ottawa

    1 Introduction In this experiment the properties of a calorimeter are used to determine the approximate molar mass of a metal, the enthalpy of neutralization of two acids and the enthalpy of solution of an unknown salt. The first law of thermodynamics sta

  • 9 Pages Lab Report %233
    Lab Report %233

    School: University Of Ottawa

    StudentName:_ StudentNumber:_ Partne rsNameandStudent#:_ Demonstrator'sName:_ PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThursnight Fri LabWeek(circ

  • 12 Pages lab report %232
    Lab Report %232

    School: University Of Ottawa

    StudentName:WoojinLee StudentNumber:7237750 PartnersNameandStudent#:DavidClarke,7325539 Demonstrator'sName:DannyPau PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft Tuesnight

  • 6 Pages Experiment 5
    Experiment 5

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Experiment 5: Chemical Kinetics By: Ramie Qaisar 6416979 Lab Partner: Joy Nehme 6338661 Demonstrator: Sheila Michel Due: Friday, November 18th, 2011 5:00 p.m. University of Ottawa CHM 1311 Section B, Lab Section 7 Chemical Kinetics Introduction In Chemica

  • 69 Pages Ch 16 2013 (1)
    Ch 16 2013 (1)

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Chapter 16: Acids and Bases Acid-Base Reactions The driving force is the formation of water: NaOH(aq) + HCl(aq) NaCl(aq) + H2O(liq) Net ionic equation: OH-(aq) + H+(aq) H2O(liq) This applies to ALL reactions of STRONG acids and bases. ACIDS and BASES A

  • 5 Pages ex1sol
    Ex1sol

    School: University Of Ottawa

  • 9 Pages Chemistry Lab #2
    Chemistry Lab #2

    School: University Of Ottawa

    StudentName:_ StudentNumber:_ PartnersNameandStudent#:_ Demonstrator'sName:_ PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThursnight Fri LabWeek(circl

  • 9 Pages Chemistry Lab #1
    Chemistry Lab #1

    School: University Of Ottawa

    StudentName:_ StudentNumber:_ PartnersNameandStudent#:_ Demonstrator'sName:_ PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThursnight Fri LabWeek(circl

  • 76 Pages 2013_L3_Ch3
    2013_L3_Ch3

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Chapter 3: Stoichiometry of Formulae and Equations 3.1 Avogadros number Amedeo Avogadro (1776 1856) The mole is an amount of substance that contains the same number of elementary entities as there are carbon1

  • 71 Pages 2013_L9_Ch17
    2013_L9_Ch17

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Chapter 17: Ionic Equilibria in Aqueous Systems pH = pKa + log [A]/[HA] The CommonIon Eect addition of an common ion to an acidbase equilibrium will cause it to shift in order to counteract that addition consequ

  • 13 Pages SSM-Ch2
    SSM-Ch2

    School: University Of Ottawa

  • 68 Pages 2013_L6_Ch14
    2013_L6_Ch14

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Chapter 14: Chemical Kinetics k = Ae-Ea/RT Chemical Kinetics We can use H to tell if a reaction is energetically possible or not We can use K to tell if a reaction is product or reactant favoured. But this g

  • 55 Pages 2013_L5_Ch5
    2013_L5_Ch5

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Chapter 5: Thermochemistry Conversion of Energy The capacity to do work or to produce heat. Sugar + KClO4 CO2 + H2O + heat + light CHM1311 Thermochemistry 2 Units of Energy SI Unit for energy is the joule, J: kg !

  • 48 Pages 2013_L4_Ch4
    2013_L4_Ch4

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Chapter 4: Gases and the KMT The Three States of Matter CHM1311 Gases 2 Gases and the Periodic Table 11 elements exist naturally as gases (25C and 1 atm) diatomic gases: H2, N2, O2, F2, Cl2 monatomic gases

  • 9 Pages SSM-Ch7
    SSM-Ch7

    School: University Of Ottawa

  • 50 Pages 2013_L7_Ch15
    2013_L7_Ch15

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Chapter 15: Principles of Chemical Equilibrium KP = Kc(RT)n (gas) Dynamic Equilibrium so far, we have considered chemical reactions as having only one direction at a certain point, however, all reactions are reversible,

  • 1 Page Safety Orientation Video
    Safety Orientation Video

    School: University Of Ottawa

    - Proper packaging + storage of chemicals (refrigerate, do not place chemicals @ edge of shelf) Acid + salt = EXPLOSION N.B. - Dr. Rashmi V. is the lab coordinator - Daniel Lafleur (chief technician) - Dr. Sadok (safety officer, in charge of mixing chemic

  • 27 Pages SSM-Ch4
    SSM-Ch4

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  • 15 Pages SSM-Ch5
    SSM-Ch5

    School: University Of Ottawa

  • 37 Pages SSM-Ch17
    SSM-Ch17

    School: University Of Ottawa

  • 31 Pages SSM-Ch16
    SSM-Ch16

    School: University Of Ottawa

  • 21 Pages SSM-Ch15
    SSM-Ch15

    School: University Of Ottawa

  • 8 Pages SSM-Ch1
    SSM-Ch1

    School: University Of Ottawa

  • 49 Pages 2013_L10_Ch6
    2013_L10_Ch6

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Chapter 6: Quantum Theory and Atomic Structure A bit of history The ideas/evidence that built up to the current theory of atomic structure: 1. light is a wave 2. energy of light is proportional to its frequency

  • 29 Pages SSM-Ch14
    SSM-Ch14

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  • 52 Pages SSM-Ch3
    SSM-Ch3

    School: University Of Ottawa

  • 8 Pages SSM-Ch6
    SSM-Ch6

    School: University Of Ottawa

  • 33 Pages 2013_L11_Ch7
    2013_L11_Ch7

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Chapter 7: Electron Congurations Arrangement of Electrons in Atoms Electrons in atoms are arranged as: SHELLS (n) SUBSHELLS (l) ORBITALS (ml) CHM1311 Electron Congurations 2 Arrangement of Electrons in Atoms

  • 58 Pages 2013_L8_Ch16
    2013_L8_Ch16

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Chapter 16: AcidBase Equilibria Arrhenius Theory of Acids and Bases Svante Arrhenius (1884) His theory: Acids: contain H+ Bases: contain OH Key aws in Arrhenius theory: (1859 1927) some bases do not co

  • 59 Pages Ch.17
    Ch.17

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Lecture Notes

    Chapter 17: Additional Aspects of Acid-Base Equilibria pH = pKa +log [A-]/[HA] The Common-Ion Effect addition of an common ion to an acid-base equilibrium will cause it to shift in order to counter-act that addition consequence: limitation on the disso

  • 7 Pages CH14-Chemical%20kinetics%202011-6%20slides
    CH14-Chemical%20kinetics%202011-6%20slides

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: CHEMISTRY

    Practical Significance of kinetics? Fritz Haber and the 1918 Nobel Prize in Chemistry Corrosion Batteries and fuel cells Air bags Explosives Any industrial synthesis Chemical Kinetics Petrucci, Chapter 14 1 2 3 4 Thermodynamics does a reaction take place?

  • 15 Pages 120.%20Lewis%20theory%20and%20molecular%20shape%202011-6slides
    120.%20Lewis%20theory%20and%20molecular%20shape%202011-6slides

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: CHEMISTRY

    Electron configuration of noble gas atoms accounts for their inertness. Atoms of other elements combine with one another to acquire electron configurations like those of noble gas. This lead to Lewis theory. -Outermost (valence) electronic shell plays a f

  • 7 Pages 90.%20Solubility%20of%20Salts%20and%20more%202011-6slides
    90.%20Solubility%20of%20Salts%20and%20more%202011-6slides

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: CHEMISTRY

    11/7/11 Solubility rules tell us qualitatively whether a salt is soluble or insoluble. In reality, dissolution of a salt is an equilibrium process: AgCl (s) e.g. Ag+ (aq) + Cl- (aq) Quantitatively, the extent of dissolution is represented by an equilibriu

  • 10 Pages 70.Acid%20and%20base%20part%201%202011-6slides
    70.Acid%20and%20base%20part%201%202011-6slides

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: CHEMISTRY

    C6H8O8 C2H4O2 H3PO4 HCl H2CO3 1 NaOH and NaOCl Arrhenius Acids: Substances that ionize in water to produce H+ ions. HCl (aq) H+ (aq) + Cl- (aq) NaOCl Arrhenius Bases: Substances that ionize in water to produce OH- ions. NaOH (aq) Na+ (aq) + OH- (aq) NaHCO

  • 14 Pages 60.Chemical%20equilibrium%202011-6slides
    60.Chemical%20equilibrium%202011-6slides

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: CHEMISTRY

    So far we have considered reactions that proceed in one direction. AB For many reactions the reverse process is theoretically possible. BA Many reactions move in both directions (they are REVERSIBLE). A reversible reaction is represented by a bi-direction

  • 13 Pages 11.Quantum%20theory%202011-6slides
    11.Quantum%20theory%202011-6slides

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: CHEMISTRY

    What is an atom? Where are the electrons in an atom located? How is the electron configuration of an atom represented? Be able to draw energy level diagrams for atoms and ions making appropriate use of Aufbau Principle, Hunds Rule, and Pauli Exclusion

  • 10 Pages 8.%20Acid%20and%20base%20part%202011-6slides
    8.%20Acid%20and%20base%20part%202011-6slides

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: CHEMISTRY

    The common ion effect is a special case of Le Chateliers Principle. CH3COOH (aq) + H2O (l) H3O+ (aq) + CH3COO- (aq) What happens if more CH3COO- is added to the solution? Le Chateliers Principle: Equilibrium will shift to the left 1 Common Ion Effect: A s

  • 7 Pages 7.Acid%20and%20base%20part%202%202011-6slides
    7.Acid%20and%20base%20part%202%202011-6slides

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: CHEMISTRY

    Calculate the concentrations of all species present at equilibrium in a solution of 0.45 M H2CO3 in water. Strategy Calculate the concentrations of all species present at equilibrium in a solution of 0.45 M H2CO3 in water. Treat each ionization step separ

  • 11 Pages 4.Gas%20laws%20-2-6slides
    4.Gas%20laws%20-2-6slides

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: CHEMISTRY

    Polypropylene is an important commercial chemical. It is used in the synthesis of other organic chemicals and in plastics production. A glass vessel weighs 40.1305 g when clean, dry and evacuated; it weighs 138.2410 when filled with water at 25C (=0.9970

  • 11 Pages Class%2013-CH9-Periodic-trends-2011-6%20slides
    Class%2013-CH9-Periodic-trends-2011-6%20slides

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: CHEMISTRY

    11/30/11 Information he had to work with: Dmitri Mendeleev Born 1834 Chapter 9 Petrucci atoms were most basic particle (no electrons, protons, or neutrons ) Chapter 2 Rayner-Canham Only 60 known elements atomic masses were known relative to H 1 2 1871 in

  • 9 Pages Class1-Intro-6%20slides%20per%20page
    Class1-Intro-6%20slides%20per%20page

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: CHEMISTRY

    9/11/11$ Goals in Chemistry water is the best solvent in the world. but in this case, water reacts with metal and causes rust. We want to understand the big picture in terms of electrons, atoms, molecules that make up matter and the changes they undergo m

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