Autonomy of chemistry
0 Different ﬁelds in science are making different kinds of
abstractions of nature which cannot be explained by
theories of physics. Lesson of QT is that in physics we have
made one kind of abstraction, which has led to QT, but QT
Chapter 15 Acids and Bases
What are the general properties of acids?
What are the general properties of bases?
What is the Arrhenius definition of an acid? a base?
What is the hydronium ion?
What is the Brnsted-Lowry definition of an acid? a base?
A nuclear engineer, nuke, is one who is
subjected to an aircraft carrier, or submarine
to work on the nuclear reactors. Their duty
is to stand watch on generators, switchboards,
control equipment and electrical equipment,
Solutions Study Guide (2012)
Define the following terms: Heterogenous, homogenous, electrolytic, non-electrolytic,
What are some examples of a heterogenous mixture?, Homogeneous mixture?
What are the possible sol
Chemistry Final Exam Study Guide Spring 2012
1) According to the kinetic-molecular theory, how do particles in different states exist?
2) What is ideal gas?
3) According to the kinetic-molecular theory, how do particles of a gas differ from particles in s
Study Guide - Chapters 17 & 18 (11-12)
1. Define the following terms: temperature, heat, specific heat, heat of formation, heat of reaction,
entropy, enthalpy, activation energy, catalysis
2. A 4.5 g sample of iron was heated from 10C to 30.C. It absorbed
November 5th, 2014
Hydrogen Peroxide is the simplest of the peroxide family, with the chemical
formula of, H2O2, meaning the compound consists of two hydrogen and oxygen atoms.
Hydrogen peroxide has a mola