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Week 3 additional - What does this system represent How many phases are present in this system How many substances are in each phase How many

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Your Turn Classify as: Substances (Elements, Compounds) Mixtures ( heterogeneous, homogenous ) A B Represent in Symbolic form Element A 3 Mixture A B + B Homogeneous Mixture A+ B Heterogeneous Compound A 2 B 2 3 Element A
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Your Turn Represent these substances or mixtures in microscopic form CH 4 (g) Gas NH 3 (l) Liquid Cu(s) Solid O 2 (aq) Aqueous (Dissolved in water)
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T = 280 K P = 2 atm Analyze
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2009 for the course CHEM 151 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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Week 3 additional - What does this system represent How many phases are present in this system How many substances are in each phase How many

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