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Ripening Bananas: Whats Happening and Can We Control It?
S. Todd Deal, Department of Chemistry, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA.
If you enjoying eating bananas then you know that the flavor of a green banana
SAMPLE TEST QUESTIONS
1. Circle the correct answer.
a. Which one of the following does not have resonance structures?
b, Which one of the following has a square pyramid shape?
c. Which one of the following molecules has a net dipole mome
Periodic Trends: Straw Lab
Objective: To create a visual representation of the following periodic trends:
atomic size, ionization energy and electronegativity.
Atomic Radius: the size of an atom measured in either nanometers (nm)
or angstroms ().
Krik? Krak! Individual Writing
In the novel Krik? Krak!, Danticat demonstrates the Haitian
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fictional past thats rooted in actual events from Haitian history.
Beneath these v
1.673x10-27 kg 1.675x10-27 kg 9.109x10-31 kg
Which one is the smallest?
Which of the remaining is the neutron
The one not stuck to the electron
Energy level Maximum nu
Stoichiometry Summer Review for AP Chemistry
Name: _ANSWER KEY_
NOTE: Answer Key Needs to be checked it is possible that there COULD be some errors below:
1. A sample of glucose, C6H12O6 contains 1.250 X 1021 atoms of carbon.
1A. How many atoms of hydroge
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1. Exam 3 is Friday April 29th covering Chapters 79
2. Exam review session today from 2-3 pm in C-121
3. No lab this week
Chapter 10. Gases
1. Properties of gases
2. The gas laws
3. The ideal gas equation
4. Reactions with ga
Problem with Bohr Theory: WHY L = n ?
have integers with standing waves: n(/2) = L
consider circular path for standing wave:
n = 2r
from Bohr theory: L = mvr = nh/2
Re-arrange to get 2r = nh/mv = n
Therefore, n = 2r = nh/mv, which
CHAPTER 3 Problems: 2, 6 (a,b), 10, 24, 31, 34, 40, 44 (a,b), 50, 52, 54, 56, 64, 70, 76,
80, 84, 88, 92, 94, 100, 106, 116, 128
2) Explain the difference between the terms molecular mass and formula mass. To what
type of compound does each refer?