Investigation of Hydroxyapatite: Lab Report Cover Sheet
Complete one report per pair.
To this sheet attach all lab notebook pages from each person.
Fill in your section number and names.
Write the balanced chemical equation for the productio
Chemistry 109: Midterm I Review
By: Yang Chen
Professor: Ive Hermans
TA: Hangjian Zhao
Textbook: Chemistry: The Molecular Science Moore & Stanitski (5e)
CHAPTER 5) Electron Configuration and the Periodic Table
Main Idea: e- have wave properties. also TR
Unit Before Final Exam
As more reactants convert to products during a reaction, Gibbs Free Energy
= Standard state conditions: [ ] = 1M, 1 bar pressure, 25C.
K > 1
K < 1
K = positive
K = negative
rG = positive
rG = negative
NOTES FROM PAST MIDTERMS
o Radius increases down and left.
o Radius increases with more electrons? (when comparing cations to
o First ionization energy increases up and right.
More bonds smaller bond length
Increase in temperature > Increase in fraction of molecules that are energetic
enough to surmount Ea barrier > Increase in rate.
Forward and reverse activation energies are different.
Elementary reaction with the largest activation energy = rate determini
Brief Description Chemistry 109 H
Professor F. Fleming Crim
Chemistry 109H is the honors version of Chemistry 109, a modern introduction to chemical principles
that draws on current research themes. The honors section is for students with parti
Potentially Useful Equations
F = ma
K E = m v 2/ 2
E = hv
pT = 2.9 103 mK
pV = nRT
p = F /A
U =q + w
q = C T = m c T
U =qv = ncvT
H = U + pV
w = -p V
H =qp = ncpT
"H R =
# "H $ # "H
PE = mgh
g = 9.81 m/s2
Erad/t = ABT4
= 5.67 108 W/m2K
One of the main components of both tooth enamel and bone is crystalline hydroxyapatite.
The most important part of this compound is the element calcium, which is needed for the
development of both of these structures. In this lab, the destruction and prot
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