Day 20 new Chem 105 f2010

Day 20 new Chem 105 f2010 - Chem 105 1 Open seating...

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John D. Lamb, BYU 1 Chem 105 Want to enjoy your BYU experience? Focus your mind more on learning than on grades (even though those are important too). Open seating today—it’s candy day! Boccherini
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John D. Lamb, BYU 2 Take a little time, now and again to reach out beyond yourselves to help others. You who are extremely able, you who learn with comparative ease, reach down to those who have greater difficulty in mastering academic material which is relatively easy for you. A little tutoring can do wonders for someone who does not quite comprehend. It will do wonders for you as you give of yourself and your knowledge to bless another. —Gordon B. Hinckley
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John D. Lamb, BYU 3 Hey Hey Hey! It’s not too early to start studying practicing for Macro-Exam 2!
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John D. Lamb, BYU 4 Today’s topics electrolytes net ionic equations solubility precipitation gas-forming reactions
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John D. Lamb, BYU 5 Vocabulary dissolve solute solvent soluble-insoluble (range) solvation What happens when an ionic compound dissolves in water?—polarity? Do they all dissolve?
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6 If I dissolve 2 moles of calcium cyanide in water, how many ions are found in the resulting solution? a)
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2011 for the course CHEM 105 taught by Professor Macedone during the Fall '07 term at BYU.

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