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WELCOME General Descriptive Chemistry II, CHEM 102 Dr. Murthy V. Maddipatla 1
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Class room: It's a class of 225+ students - Attention to individual student is not possible - Taking attendance is not possible Class room: It's a class of 225+ students - Please be on time for the class - Switch off the cell phones Class room: It's a class of 225+ students - Give me at least 24h to respond your e-mails - Contact me in my office if you have any doubts 2
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Other Information Office Hours: Mon & Wed: from 10:30 AM to 12 noon Place: Morehead: 106 E-mail: [email protected] Review Sessions: Every Thursday: 7pm-8:30pm (first review session starts from 20 th Jan 2011) Any Questions? Contact me after the class 9
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Chemistry 102: General Descriptive Chemistry II CHEM 102 Brown, LeMay, Bursten & Murphy (2009) Chemistry: The Central Science, 11 th Edition Chapter 10: Gases 10
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Chapter 10 Homework Red concepts: 10.1, 10.7 Red exercises: 10.13, 10.17, 10.19, 10.21, 10.23 10.25, 10.29, 10.31, 10.37, 10.43, 10.49, 10.53 10.57, 10.61, 10.73, 10.80, 10.85, 10.99, 10.105 11
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States of Matter 12
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Characteristics of Gases Under normal conditions of temperature and pressure, the components of gases are usually small, but can be monoatomic (Ar), diatomic (O 2 , N 2, CO) or polyatomic (CO 2 , CH 4 , NH 3 ). For example, air is made primarily of N 2 (78%) and O 2 (21%). Unlike liquids & solids, the components are physically very far apart and do not experience direct interactions (in the simplest case) The volume of a gas is equal to the volume of its container; and gases are highly compressible.
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