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# CHMDept. Info Cleveland State University (Cleveland State)'s CHM department has 106 courses in Course Hero with 331 documents, 4 answered questions, and 3 flashcard sets.

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Simmons,ReikoM, Staff,CSU, Ball,DavidW, Zhou,Aimin, Bayachou,Mekki, Mundell,JosephJerome, ANNEO'CONNOR, Mendel,StuartC, O'Connor,Anne, Gogonea,Valentin, Masnovi,JohnM, DePaoli,Vania, Su,Bin, Sun,Xue-Long, Anderson,DavidJ, Kalafatis,Michael, Wei,Robert, Turner,JohnF, Guo,Baochuan, Hehemann,DavidG, Duraj,StanA, Obrenovich,MarkE, Xu,Yan
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• 143 terms

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Pentane, C5H12, boils at 35°C. Which of the following is true about kinetic energy, Ek, and potential energy, Ep, when liquid pentane at 35°C is compared with pentane vapor at 35°C? A) Ek(g) < Ek(l); Ep(g) ≈ Ep(l) D) Ep(g) > Ep(l); Ek(g) ≈ Ek(l) B) Ek(g) > Ek(l); Ep(g) ≈ Ep(l) E) Ep(g) ≈ Ep(l); Ek(g) ≈ Ek(l) C) Ep(g) < Ep(l); Ek(g) ≈ Ek(l)

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Ep(g) < Ep(l); Ek(g) ≈ Ek(l)

• Exam 1 CHM 262
• 143 terms
• Vocabulary for Exam 1 CHM 262. Find, create, and access Vapor pressure, flashcards with Course Hero.
• 112 terms

Term:

actinum

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Ac

• Elements Symbols and Names
• 112 terms
• Vocabulary for Elements Symbols and Names. Find, create, and access Chemistry, flashcards with Course Hero.
• 9 terms

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Equation for the conversion between Fahrenheit and Celsius and vice versa

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F-32=1.8(C)

• CHM 261 Exam 1
• 9 terms
• Vocabulary for CHM 261 Exam 1. Find, create, and access Chemistry, Mass, Kilogram, Imperial units, Qt, Conversion factor pounds, flashcards with Course Hero.