Lecture_6 limiting reagents, theoretical yield, percent yield

Lecture_6 limiting reagents, theoretical yield, percent yield

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Chem 1A Lecture 6
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Chemistry Outreach Program Training Sessions for new volunteers Tomorrow (Thursday) PSBN 1652 9:30 – 10:30 AM 11 AM – 12 noon Attend either session
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Today’s Topics Graphene – Nobel prize in physics Isotopes Balancing Equations Limiting Reagents Theoretical Yield Percent Yield
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Nobel Prize in Physics (Oct. 5, 2010) Graphene: the perfect atomic lattice How was this discovered?
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graphite graphene
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Nobel Prize Laureates Konstantin Novoselov, 36, first worked with Andre Geim, 51, as a PhD-student in the Netherlands. Both originally studied as physicists in Russia. Now they are both professors at the University of Manchester.
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Graphene Completely new material – thinnest ever but also the strongest As a conductor of electricity it performs as well as copper . Why would we want to use graphene as a conductive material instead of a metal?
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Graphene As a conductor of heat it outperforms all other known materials. Essentially transparent, yet so dense that not
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This note was uploaded on 09/09/2011 for the course CHEM 1A taught by Professor Van koppen during the Spring '07 term at UCSB.

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