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Chem notes 10-10 - Dr Stevens Gen Chem 1 Notes-2 HW assignments-exam next Wednesday Chapter 12-miscibility 2 species dissolve in one another

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October 10, 2007 Dr. Stevens Gen. Chem. 1 Notes: -2 HW assignments -exam next Wednesday Chapter 12: -miscibility – 2 species dissolve in one another uniformly with no layer -alcohol + water (both H-bonding) -immiscible – 2 different layers created -oil + water (VDW + H-bonding) -miscibility depends on imf (same/neighboring imf = usu. miscible) -ionic -hydrogen bonding -dipole-dipole -van der waal’s Aqueous Solution Types: -unsaturated less solute than solvent is capable of dissolving -saturated max dissolved solute -supersaturated contains more dissolved solute than solvent is capable of dissolving (very reactive) Chapter 5: Objectives: -ID gases found as elements at STD -know relation b/w P&V, V&T, and V&n -use ideal gas relation to solve for P, V, n, or T -use ideal gas relation to find density or molar mass -apply kinetic molecular theory of gases -explain real gas behavior Gases: -because of their nature, the molecules of the species are far apart and not touching -fill container -no imf
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course CH 151 taught by Professor Stevens during the Fall '08 term at Whitworth University.

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Chem notes 10-10 - Dr Stevens Gen Chem 1 Notes-2 HW assignments-exam next Wednesday Chapter 12-miscibility 2 species dissolve in one another

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