Find the orders for A and B using the table below.
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Extended Review Session Exam 4:
Chapters 20 & 21
Arranged by Noria McCarther
Chapter 20 Thermodynamics: Entropy, Free Energy, and the Direction of Chemical Reactions
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General Chemistry II
Mixtures: Colloids & Solutions
o Amorphous solids (semi) random
arrangement of structural units (rubber,
o Crystalline solids stru
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Chem II HW 2 Solutions
The information given is 8.00 mass % NH3 solution with a density of 0.9651 g/mL.
For convenience, choose exactly 100.00 grams of solution.
Determine some fundamental quantities:
Mass of NH3 = (100.00 grams solution) (8.00% NH3 /
ion induced dipole
dipole induced dipole
London Dispersion Forces (LDF)
Monatomic Ions cations
Ionic Naming Order
Metals that form more than 1 Monatomic Ion
Hydrated Ionic Compounds
NH 4 +
CH 3 CO 2 CNOHClO-/ClO<sub>2</sub>-/ClO<sub>3</sub
Which phase a substance is in depends on the average _ energy of its atoms/molecules relative to the strength of its
Higher temps result in _ KE and give molecules enough energy to overcome _ attraction and r
CHEM Ell Exam 1C Dr. T. K. Gonna-9
1. The appropriate number of signicant gures in the result of 9.298 x 16.49 is
a} 2 at . _.
2. Width of the following is a physical change?
a) a piece of iron rusts
It) a slice of apple tums brown