• 36 Pages expt1
    Expt1

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    Th e Univ rsity of L th bridge e e D e partm e nt of Ch e m istry Ch e m istry 2810 L aboratory M anual INTR O DUCTIO N TO TH E CH EMISTRY O F T E EL H EMENTS "Let's not jump to any conclusions" R e n T. Boe r and Mich e l D uk e l e anno D om i

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    Test6ans

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    Chemistry 2810 Answers to Test #6 April 10th, 2001 1. [6] Balance the following redox reaction in acid solution. What kind of redox reaction is this? Use the half-reaction method, and identify the oxidation and the reduction half reaction. FeO42

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    Assign03

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    Chemistry 2810 Assignment #3 Topic: Lewis A/B Theory and Brnsted A/B Theory. You are responsible for the material indicated as Lectures 7 9 in the Chemistry 2810 Course Notes for 2002. Relevant sections from the text are outlined below; note that

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    Test2v2

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    Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Chemistry 2600 Time: 50 Minutes Version 2 Test #2 Value: 40 points The University of Lethbridge Winter A.D. 2002 Instructor: Prof. R.T. Boer Answer each question on a new page in the Answer Booklet(s) prov

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    Answas04

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    Chemistry 2810 Answers to the 4 th assignment Topic: Hydrogen, Groups 1 & 2 and Solids. The sections in the textbooks are indicated on the course outline. If between your text and the lecture notes you CANNOT find the information required for answe

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    Answas07

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    Chemistry 2810 Answers to Assignment #7 Topic: p-Block Elments. You are responsible for the sections of the text indicated on the course outline for this section. The material in this chapter will be extremely relevant to the laboratory experiments

  • 11 Pages pracansw
    Pracansw

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    Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Chemistry 2600 Practice Final Exam Answers The University of Lethbridge Winter A.D. 2001 Prof. James Pincock, Professor of Organic Chemistry, Dalhousie University originally set this exam, for the 1977 class

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    Notesch13

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    Chemistry 2600 Lecture Notes Chapter 15 Organometallic Chemistry and Synthesis Page 1 of 15 Organometallic chemistry Reminder of Organic pKa Values The strongest acids have the most negative pKa1s The strongest bases are the conjugates of the mos

  • 4 Pages practice
    Practice

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    Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Chemistry 2600 Practice Final Exam Time: 3 Hrs Value: 100 points The University of Lethbridge Winter A.D. 2001 Instructor: Prof. R.T. Boer This practice exam is provided because I have no old exams to show y

  • 11 Pages answas06
    Answas06

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    1 of 11 Chemistry 2810 Answers to the Sixth Assignment Topic: Redox and p-block elements. Use chapters 7, 11, 12 and 13 in SAL for background as needed. The lecture notes will steer you in the right direction. The material in this chapter will be ex

  • 3 Pages test5ans
    Test5ans

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    Chemistry 2810 Answers toTest #5 March 29th, 2000 1. [2] What is meant by the term: chelate? A chelate is a ligand with two or more donor atoms which link to the same metal ion. The term is derived from a Greek word for claw. Ethylenediamine, H2

  • 8 Pages lecture07
    Lecture07

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    Chemistry 2810 Lecture Notes Dr. R. T. Boer Page28 4. 4.1 Reaction principles and s-Block Elements Lewis acids and bases Text: S-A-L, Chapter 5.9 - 5.15 4.1.1. Lewis acid/base theory The Arrhenius model required an acidic or basic species to po

  • 3 Pages assign05
    Assign05

    School: Laurentian

    Chemistry 2810 Assignment #5 Topic: d-f elements and Coordination Chemistry You are responsible for the indicated sections of the texts as given on the course outline. The coverage in SAL is much more in-depth than we want. Use the lecture notes as

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