CHM 1311
CHM 1311 - University Of Ottawa Study Resources
  • 8 Pages Lab #5 - Equilibria
    Lab #5 - Equilibria

    School: University Of Ottawa

    StudentName:_ StudentNumber:_ PartnersNameandStudent#:_ Demonstrator'sName:_ PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThursnight Fri LabWeek(circl

  • 8 Pages lab5rfe
    lab5rfe

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Intro To Chemistry

    StudentName:WoojinLee StudentNumber:7237750 PartnersNameandStudent#:DavidClarke,7325539 Demonstrator'sName:DanielPau PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft Tuesnigh

  • 2 Pages Lab 5 Report
    Lab 5 Report

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Intro To Chemistry

    Observations & Discussion: Part 1: Equilibrium Shift During this portion of the lab we immediately observed the distinct, odourless and light blue aqueous solution of CuSO4 along with the transparent, strongly odoured aqueous solution of NH3. Upon initial

  • 6 Pages Experiment 5
    Experiment 5

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Intro To Chemistry

    Experiment 5: Chemical Kinetics By: Ramie Qaisar 6416979 Lab Partner: Joy Nehme 6338661 Demonstrator: Sheila Michel Due: Friday, November 18th, 2011 5:00 p.m. University of Ottawa CHM 1311 Section B, Lab Section 7 Chemical Kinetics Introduction In Chemica

  • 14 Pages Chemistry Formal Lab
    Chemistry Formal Lab

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Intro To Chemistry

    StudentName:_ StudentNumber:_ PartnersNameandStudent#:_ Demonstrator'sName:_ PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThursnight Fri LabWeek(circl

  • 7 Pages LAB 5
    LAB 5

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    StudentName:_YasminIsmail_ StudentNumber:_7264998_ PartnersNameandStudent#:ZainKhan7407040 Demonstrator'sName:_BoLi_ PLEASENOTE: IfANYoftheaboveinformationisUNCLEARornotprovided,yourgrade willNOTberecorded! LabDay(circle):Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThurs

  • 7 Pages Lab 1 Completed
    Lab 1 Completed

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Intro To Chemistry

    StudentName:HarleenHans StudentNumber:7264658 PartnersNameandStudent#:AramZarour&7434001 Demonstrator'sName:PhilDeLuna PLEASENOTE: IfANYoftheaboveinformationisUNCLEARornotprovided,yourgrade willNOTberecorded! LabDay(circle):Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThu

  • 9 Pages Lab #4 Reaction Rates
    Lab #4 Reaction Rates

    School: University Of Ottawa

    StudentName:_ StudentNumber:_ PartnersNameandStudent#:_ Demonstrator'sName:_ PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThursnight Fri LabWeek(circl

  • 5 Pages LAB 4
    LAB 4

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    YasminIsmail LAB4Kinetics October30th,2013 Introduction: In this lab, the goal is to understand how to use a spectrophotometer and comprehend chemical kinetics to determine the partial order of the chemical reactions that take place with the EDTA solution

  • 14 Pages LAB414
    LAB414

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    EXPERIMENT 4 IF IT WERE DONE.THEN TWERE WELL IT WERE DONE QUICKLY CHEMICAL KINETICS Techniques MSDS available for rate measurement order determination from graphs graphing complex formation use of spectrophotometers sodium EDTA, Na2C10H14N2O8 . 2 H2O (aq

  • 25 Pages Chemistry Lab #3 Formal Report
    Chemistry Lab #3 Formal Report

    School: University Of Ottawa

    StudentName:_ StudentNumber:_ PartnersNameandStudent#:_ Demonstrator'sName:_ PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThursnight Fri LabWeek(circl

  • 7 Pages Laboratory  5
    Laboratory 5

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Principles Of Chemistry

    Laboratory 5- Chemical Kinetics Introduction: Chemical kinetics refers to the study of the rates of chemical reactions with respect to factors such as the effect of variables, the rearrangement of atoms and the formation of intermediates. Furthermore, a r

  • 8 Pages Chem Lab 1
    Chem Lab 1

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Intro To Chemistry

    StudentName:YacineDjouhri StudentNumber:7217950 PartnersNameandStudent#:BaileyCooke7260796 Demonstrator'sName:QiChen(TemporaryDemonstrator) PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(ci

  • 10 Pages lab report %231
    lab report %231

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Intro To Chemistry

    Student Name: Woojin Lee Student Number: 7237750 Partners Name and Student #: David Clarke (7325539) Demonstrator's Name: Danny Pau (dpau011@uottawa.ca) PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be record

  • 10 Pages Chemistry Lab 6
    Chemistry Lab 6

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Lab 6

    StudentName:JadSlim StudentNumber:6876348 PartnersNameandStudent#:KaileeMcwilliam7161457 Demonstrator'sName:MattDecan PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft Tuesnig

  • 12 Pages report4
    report4

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Intro To Chemistry

    Introduction Chemical kinetics is the study of the rates at which reactions occur. Since it is related to chemical reactions, it is a major component of general chemistry and is integral to all chemical processes. The importance of studying chemical kinet

  • 6 Pages Lab 4 Report
    Lab 4 Report

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Intro To Chemistry

    EXPERIMENT 4 CHEMICAL KINETICS Introduction Chemical kinetics studies how fast reactants change into products in a chemical reaction. It focuses on the reaction rate of an equation, the change in the amount of reactants or products over time. The rate var

  • 11 Pages lab6rfe12
    lab6rfe12

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Intro To Chemistry

    Student Name: Woojin Lee Student Number: 7237750 Partners Name and Student #: David Clarke Demonstrator's Name: Daniel Pau PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! Lab Day (circle): Lab Week

  • 9 Pages Lab 2 Completed
    Lab 2 Completed

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Intro To Chemistry

    StudentName:YacineDjouhri StudentNumber:7217950 PartnersNameandStudent#:BaileyCooke7260796 Demonstrator'sName:QiChen PLEASENOTE: IfANYoftheaboveinformationisUNCLEARornotprovided,yourgradewillNOT berecorded! LabDay(circle):Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThurs

  • 8 Pages Lab #6 - Titration
    Lab #6 - Titration

    School: University Of Ottawa

    StudentName:_ StudentNumber:_ PartnersNameandStudent#:_ Demonstrator'sName:_ PLEASE NOTE: If ANY of the above information is UNCLEAR or not provided, your grade will NOT be recorded! LabDay(circle): Tuesaft TuesnightWedThursaftThursnight Fri LabWeek(circl

  • 8 Pages CHEM 1311 Course Outline
    CHEM 1311 Course Outline

    School: University Of Ottawa

    CHM 1311 C Course Notes Fall 2010 Professor Paul Mayer i CHEMISTRY 1311 C Course Information and Syllabus COURSE WEBSITE: use the Virtual Campus quick link (Login using your InfoWeb name and password) PROFESSOR: Paul M. Mayer DIorio 118 562-5800 ext. 6038

  • 9 Pages M1a_solved(1)
    M1a_solved(1)

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    CHM1311B Midterm #1 2014 Page 1 of 9 LAST NAME: _ FIRST NAME: _ Student Number: _ CHM 1311 B Midterm #1 Fall 2014 Please keep your work covered at all times and keep your eyes on your own paper! Cheating or any appearance of cheating will result in an F i

  • 9 Pages M1b_solved
    M1b_solved

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    CHM1311B Midterm #1 2014 Page 1 of 9 LAST NAME: _ FIRST NAME: _ Student Number: _ CHM 1311 B Midterm #1 Fall 2014 Please keep your work covered at all times and keep your eyes on your own paper! Cheating or any appearance of cheating will result in an F i

  • 10 Pages Midterm1_2013
    Midterm1_2013

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    CHM1311B Midterm #1 2013 Page 1 of 10 LAST NAME: _ FIRST NAME: _ Student Number: _ CHM 1311 B Midterm #1 Fall 2013 Please keep your work covered at all times and keep your eyes on your own paper! Cheating or any appearance of cheating will result in an F

  • 1 Page Equations and constants Midterm1
    Equations and constants Midterm1

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Constants and Conversion Factors 1 mmHg = 1 torr 1 cm3 = 1 mL 1 cal = 4.184 J 760 mmHg = 1 atm 1 atm = 101.325 kPa 3 1 dm = 1000 mL = 1 L Avogadros Number Atomic mass unit Gas constant 1 atm = 1.013125 bar 1 m3 = 1000 L 6.022x1023 mol-1 1.66054x10-27 kg 8

  • 1 Page periodic-table-6
    periodic-table-6

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

  • 1 Page c-m-1
    c-m-1

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

  • 58 Pages 2014_L8_Ch16 (1)
    2014_L8_Ch16 (1)

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Chapter 16: Acid-Base Equilibria Arrhenius Theory of Acids and Bases Svante Arrhenius (1884) His theory: Acids: contain H+ Bases: contain OH- (1859 1927) Key flaws in Arrhenius theory: some bases do not contain any OH- assumed the solvent has no effect do

  • 53 Pages 2014_L7_Ch15(2)
    2014_L7_Ch15(2)

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    Chapter 15: Principles of Chemical Equilibrium KP=Kc(RT)n (gas) Dynamic Equilibrium so far, we have considered chemical reactions as having only one direction at a certain point, however, all reactions are reversible, i.e., the products may react to give

  • 10 Pages Midterm1_2013A_solved
    Midterm1_2013A_solved

    School: University Of Ottawa

    Course: Chm

    CHM1311B Midterm #1 2013 Page 1 of 10 LAST NAME: _ FIRST NAME: _ Student Number: _ CHM 1311 B Midterm #1 Fall 2013 Please keep your work covered at all times and keep your eyes on your own paper! Cheating or any appearance of cheating will result in an F

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