Chemistry 100
Week 4 Day 2 & 3 (Day 3 was Exam 1):
Chapter 2 Atoms and Molecules Continued
Diatomic Molecules: H2, O2, Cl2, N2, F2, Br2, and I2.

When a Diatomic mole is in a Compound (such as Oxygen in H2O) it can have
any subscript number, but when it
Chapter 3 Practice Problems
1. Which of the following elements is found in the same period as the element Tin
(Sn)?
a. Silicon (Si)
b. Arsenic (As)
c. Tellurium (Te)
d. Technetium (Tc)
Why? Because the periods are the horizontal rows on the periodic table
Chemistry 100
Week 11 Day 1, 2, & 3:
Chapter 7 Solutions
*Air is 78% N2, 21% O2 its a solution, N2 is the solvent, and O2 is the solute.
*The Solute and Solvent in a solution can be a solid, liquid, AND/OR a
gas.
*Two substances form a Solution.
*Polar =
Chemistry 100
Week 10 Day 1 (Week 9 Break):
Chapter 5 Chemical Quantities and Reactions (Last Day)
*Energy in Chemical Compounds is in the Bonds!
*Catalyst: A CHEMICAL COMPOUND that speeds up rate of reaction. It
is NOT used up. Such as Enzymes in the bo
Chemistry 100
Week 10 Day 2 (Week 9 Break):
Chapter 6 Gases (First Day)
Kinetic Molecular Theory:
This theory presents physical properties of ideal gases in terms of the motion of
individual molecules.
1. A gas contains tiny particles, either atoms or mo
Chem: Chapter 1 Study Guide
Lecture 1
1. Chemistry (definition)
2. Freezing point of water in F
3. Freezing point of water in C
4. Boiling point of water in F
5. Boiling point of water in C
6. Only _ changes will produce a division of molecules
7. Chemica
Chem Exam 5 Study Guide:
1. Characteristics of acids (5)
2. Characteristics of bases (6)
3. Common Bases (5)
4. Formulas with _ ion are _ and have _ in their name
5. A strong acid _ in aqueous solutions
6. A weak acid _ in an aqueous solution
7. Strong ac
Chemistry 100
Week 5 Day 2:
Chapter 3 Electronic Structure and the Periodic Law
*Nobel Gases are stable, because there valence electron shell is FULL.
They have 8 electrons which is the magic number.
*Element become Ions by gaining or losing Electrons
*M
Chemistry 100
Week 5 Day 3:
Chapter 3 Electronic Structure and the Periodic Law
*Nonmetals want to Gain electrons
Metallic Property Trends:
Elements in the same period of the Periodic Table become less Metallic and more
Nonmetallic from Left to Right ac
Chemistry 100
Week 1 Day 3:
Chapter 1 Matter, Measurements, and Calculations Continued
*Remember a physical change involves altering the physical state of the
substance in a way that does not change the composition of the substance.
In a chemical change,
Chemistry 100
Week 4 Day 1:
Chapter 2 Atoms and Molecules Continued
*A Mole is just a way to convert between grams and atomic mass units.
 I.e. C12 has just 12 atomic mass units.
 So 1 gram = 1 mole of AMUs (12 in the case of Carbon12)
 Or you could
Chemistry 100
Week 1 Day 1:
Chapter 1 Matter, Measurements, and Calculations
*Chemistry: The study of matter and its transformation into different
compounds.
*The freezing point of water is 32F and 0C.
*The boiling point of water is 212F and 100C
*A boil
Chemistry 100
Week 2 Day 2 & 3:
Chapter 1 Matter, Measurements, and Calculations Continued
*Remember: Start with the part of the problem that is not part of the
conversion. Example is gas/road trip problem 280 miles doesnt equal
anything, while 25 miles
Chemistry 100
Week 2 Day 1:
Chapter 1 Matter, Measurements, and Calculations Continued
Exact Numbers:
Are numbers that have no uncertainty (they do not affect significant figures)
A number used as part of a defined relationship between quantities (conve
Chemistry 100
Week 1 Day 2:
Chapter 1 Matter, Measurements, and Calculations Continued
*Water density is 1 g/ml
*Lead density 11.3 g/ml
*Composition of air: 78% Nitrogen, 20% Oxygen
*Chemical compounds are a chemical combination (not a mixture) or 2 or m
Chemistry 100
Week 3 Day 3:
Chapter 2 Atoms and Molecules Continued
*Ions have a charge of +1
*Remember: Atomic mass = the average mass of all the isotopes in an
element
*Molecules = combinations of atoms
*Atoms, molecules and Ions are TINY!
* The molar
Chemistry 100
Week 3 Day 1:
Chapter 1 Matter, Measurements, and Calculations Continued
Density by Water Displacement:
The density of irregularly shaped objects can be measured by water displacement.
Question: Calculate the density of the metal pellets.
I
Chemistry 100
Week 3 Day 2:
Chapter 2 Atoms and Molecules
*Atoms are the smallest fundamental particle that has characteristics
*Molecules are combinations of atoms (such as H2O)
*Keep in mind that the entire Periodic Table is neutral but they can gain o
MATHEMATICAL TRIPOS
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POISSON PROCESSES
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