CEM 151 9.16.11
 Calculating empirical formulas: calculate mole ratios by dividing by smallest # of moles
 H: 5.14g x 1mol/1.01g = 6.984 = 7
 Stoichiometric calculations
Coefficients in the balanced equation give the ratio of moles of reactants and pr
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SRAlgo v3.0 Troubleshooting Guide
If the program is not starting
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PHY 183 9.28.11
 Relationship between kinetic energy of an object and the work done on the object by a
constant force: deltaK = K K0 = W
 K = K0 + W
 K0 = K W
 Kinetic energy cannot be less than zero
 The work that can be done by an object (negative
PHY 183 9.20.11
 Contact force: tension, compression, normal force, friction force
 Spring force: depends linearly on the change in length of the spring
 Gravitational force: gravity
 Electromagnetic force: repulsion of life electric charges, attracti
PHY 183 10.11.11
 Linear momentum is the product of mass (scalar) and velocity (vector)
P = mv
 Momentum and velocity vectors are parallel
 Newtons second law: F = dp/dt
 K = p^2/2m
Momentum and kinetic energy
 Impulse: change in momentum
J = inte
Ch7
Ch8

Effective nuclear charge ( Z S = Zeff)
Electronegativity
Electron affinity (trends)
Ionization energy (trends)
Periodic properties (less emphasized)
Covalent and ionic bonding (lattice energy, energetics of ionic bonding, what effects size
of la