Name of Experiment: Empirical Formula of Copper Oxide
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CHE1100Principles of Chemistry
Final Review
_1. Which of the following is a mixture?
a. table salt
b. brass
c. oxygen
d. 24K gold
_2. Which process represents a chemical change?
a. Cooking an egg
b. Boiling water
c. Cooling of red hot iron
d. Ice melting
Ch 09 Homework
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Electromagnetic Radiation
Learning Goal:
To identify parts of a wave, and relate the properties of wavelength, energy
Ch 10 Bonding
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Electron-Dot Formulas for Elements
An electron-dot formula, or Lewis electron-dot structure, can be used to represent t
CH 07 Chemical Reactions
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A message from your instructor.
The first question is actually one of those from the Introduction to Master
CH 03 Matter & Energy
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Classifying Matter
Matter is anything that takes up space and has mass. Matter is classified in many differ
Ch 05 Molecules and Compounds
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Ionic Compounds
When a metal and a nonmetal exchange electrons to make a cation and an anion, respe
Ch 13 solutions
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Calculating Mass Percent Concentration
The percent concentration of a solution is a ratio of the amounts of dissol
Ch 17 Nuclear Chemistry
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Alpha, Beta, and Gamma Emitters
When unstable nuclei decay, they generally decay into a more stable form. I
Ch 06 HW
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The Mole as a Counting Unit
There are several common counting units:
1 dozen = 12 ,
1 score = 20,
1 ream = 500, and
1 gross
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Limiting Reactant and Excess Reactant
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Name of Experiment: Chemical Reaction Types and Equations
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