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CAMS ebook - 56 Ba 137.33 1 H 1.0079 2 He 4.0026 5 B 10.811 6 C 12.011 7 N 14.007 8 O 15.999 9 F 18.998 10 Ne 20.180 13 Al 26.982 14 Si 28.086 15 P

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Unformatted text preview: 56 Ba 137.33 1 H 1.0079 2 He 4.0026 5 B 10.811 6 C 12.011 7 N 14.007 8 O 15.999 9 F 18.998 10 Ne 20.180 13 Al 26.982 14 Si 28.086 15 P 30.974 16 S 32.066 17 Cl 35.453 18 Ar 39.948 3 Li 6.941 4 Be 9.0122 11 Na 22.990 12 Mg 24.305 19 K 39.098 20 Ca 40.078 21 Sc 44.956 22 Ti 47.88 55 Cs 132.91 39 Y 88.906 40 Zr 91.224 23 V 50.942 41 Nb 92.906 24 Cr 51.996 42 Mo 95.94 87 Fr (223) 88 Ra 226.03 37 Rb 85.478 38 Sr 87.62 57 La 138.91 72 Hf 178.49 73 Ta 180.95 74 W 183.84 89 Ac 227.03 104 Rf (261) 105 Db (262) 106 Sg (263) 25 Mn 54.938 26 Fe 55.847 27 Co 58.933 29 Cu 63.546 30 Zn 65.39 31 Ga 69.723 32 Ge 72.61 33 As 74.922 34 Se 78.96 35 Br 79.904 36 Kr 83.80 49 In 114.82 81 Tl 204.38 50 Sn 118.71 51 Sb 121.75 52 Te 127.60 53 I 126.90 54 Xe 131.29 82 Pb 207.2 83 Bi 208.98 84 Po (209) 85 At (210) 86 Rn (222) 43 Tc (98) 44 Ru 101.07 45 Rh 102.91 46 Pd 106.42 47 Ag 107.87 28 Ni 58.693 48 Cd 112.41 75 Re 186.21 76 Os 190.23 77 Ir 192.22 78 Pt 195.08 79 Au 196.97 80 Hg 200.59 107 Bh (264 108 Hs (265) 109 Mt (268) 110 Uun (269) 111 Uuu (272) 112 Uub (277) 58 Ce 140.11 59 Pr 140.91 60 Nd 144.24 61 Pm (145) 62 Sm 150.36 63 Eu 151.97 64 Gd 157.25 66 Dy 162.5 67 Ho 164.93 65 Tb 158.93 68 Er 167.26 69 Tm 168.93 70 Yb 173.04 71 Lu 174.97 90 Th 232.04 91 Pa 231.04 92 U 238.03 93 Np 237.05 94 Pu (244) 95 Am (243) 96 Cm (247) 97 Bk (247) 98 Cf (251) 99 Es (252) 100 Fm (257) 101 Md (258) 102 No (259) 103 Lr (262) Chemistry - A Molecular Science Dennis Wertz North Carolina State University Select the bookmark icon in the margin to the left to navigate to a section in the text. Periodic Table of the Elements Copyright © by North Carolina State University F Chapter 1 The Early Experiments 1.0 Introduction 1.6 Energy 1.1 Scientific Method 1.7 Electromagnetism and Coulomb’s Law 1.2 Lavoisier and the Birth of Modern Chemistry 1.8 Atomic Structure 1.3 John Dalton and Atomic Theory 1.9 Subatomic Particles, Isotopes, and Ions 1.4 Atoms and Molecules 1.10 Dimitri Mendeleev and the Periodic Law 1.5 The Mole and Molar Mass 1.11 Chapter Summary and Objectives 1.12 xercises 1.0 INTRODUCTION Chemistry is the science of matter, its properties, and the changes it undergoes. Chemists seek to understand our material universe at a molecular level and to use this understanding to improve our interaction with it, often creating new products that enhance our lives. These products include pharmaceuticals, fuels, plastics, batteries, soaps, perfumes, foods, fertilizers and pesticides, to name just a few. Chemists often design these products by considering the properties of the desired substance and then proposing reactions of atoms or molecules that might yield the substances of choice. This design process involves particles and processes chemists can envision but cannot see. Chemists can observe the results of a reaction, such as a color change, the formation of a gas or a solid, or the formation of the substance with the desired properties. However, they cannot view directly the collisions of the atoms or molecules in a reaction or the changes these collisions...
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CAMS ebook - 56 Ba 137.33 1 H 1.0079 2 He 4.0026 5 B 10.811 6 C 12.011 7 N 14.007 8 O 15.999 9 F 18.998 10 Ne 20.180 13 Al 26.982 14 Si 28.086 15 P

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