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CHAPTER 22 LECTURE NOTES
Tro Organic Chemistry
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Chem 161-2015 Chapter 22
Organic compounds called organic because first noticed in organic matter.
Organic matter: Matter that comes from a once-living organism.
Energy is the capacity to do work.
Work (W) is a change in energy that results when a force (F) is exerted over a
distance (d): W = F d (or can take other forms, e.g., W = -PV)
There are three basic forms of energy:
Kinetic energy (EK energy due to motio
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CHAPTER 10 (TRO)
ED TAVSS, PHD
Chem 161-2015 Tro Chapter 10
Chapter 10: Thermochemistry
Energy and energy changes
Specific heat and heat capacity
1. Gas volume changes greatly with
2. Gas volume changes greatly with
3. Gases have relatively low viscosity.
4. Most gases have relatively low densities
under normal conditions.
5. Gases are miscible.
6. Gases are compressible.
CHAPTER 8 LECTURE NOTES
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Chem 161-2012 Chapter 8
Chemical and physical changes/properties
Balancing chemical equations by observation
Limiting reactant; limiting yiel
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General Chemistry 21-160-116 Exam 2 March 29th 2004
Answer all questions on these sheets, show ALL work for non-multiple choice problems to receive full credit. Total 100 points. 1. Phosgene, COCl2 , a poisonous gas, decomposes according to the equat