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Class Review Notes & Required Readings

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Class Review Notes: The heavier the molar mass of an element, the slower it moves Ranking by polarity is difference in eletronegativity, the larger the difference (whether negative or positive) the larger the polarity Nuclear reactions should be balanced in atomic number and mass number Oxidation Loss of electrons Reduction Gain of electrons Doping is adding an element to a crystal that is not the same element as the crystal Aerobic requires oxygen / Anaerobic absence of oxygen In the fission of Uranium-235, a neutron causes and propagates the chain reaction To solve what sort of radiation, depending on band of stability, find the most abundant isotope (periodic table), see if is below or above the band of stability Energy Change = Bond Energy of Reactants - Bond Energy of Products Read all of the questions carefully! Required Reading Notes Analysis Triples US Plutonium Waste Figures: o The amount of plutonium buried at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation in
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