CHM2047 Fall 2016 HW #9 (due on W, November 16th, at the beginning of discussion class)
The problems in this set are designed to reinforce equilibrium concepts as well as processes in solutions
including colligative properties. Problem #1 is a graphical v
Literature Review Worksheet
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Concealed Weapons on College Campuses: A Literature Review
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Concealed Weapons on College Campuses: A Literature Review
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CHEM 1A: VSEPR Theory
Now that we have an understanding of covalent bonding and how atoms share electrons to form molecules and
polyatomic ions, we will use Lewis dot structures to predict electronic and molecular geometries. In turn, the geometries
of th
CHM2047 Fall 2016 HW #1 (due on W, August 31st, at the beginning of discussion class)
The problems in this set are designed to help you think about and digest some of the important
experiments that led to the formulation of quantum mechanics, i.e., black-
CHM2047 Fall 2016 HW #2 (due on W, September 7th, at the beginning of discussion class)
The problems in this set revolve around some simple models in quantum mechanics, i.e., the particle in
a box problem and the hydrogen atom. They will help you to furth
CHM2047 Fall 2016 HW #3 (due on W, September 21st, at the beginning of discussion class)
The problems in this set draw from the class discussion of two weeks since we didnt have HW last
week. It covers the Stern-Gerlach experiment (problem #1 and the essa
CHM2047 Fall 2016 HW #5 (due on W, October 5th, at the beginning of discussion class)
The problems in this set focus on medium sized organic molecules and concepts like isomerism,
aromaticity, curved arrow notation, and of course Lewis structures as they
CHM2047 Fall 2016 HW #4 (due on W, September 28th, at the beginning of discussion class)
The problems in this set focus primarily on the chemical bonding between 1st and 2nd row elements. The
understanding of the chemical bond can be facilitated with orbi
successful parts of that sample paper:
1. the author provides different types of evidences to support his claims and thesis. some of
evidences are statistic ( children of teen mothers are 22% more likely to have children of
their own before the age of twe
Lecture 3
(Text Section 12.4)
Cross Product
In this lecture we again dene a new product for vectors. In
this case, the multiplication results in a product vector with
some very interesting properties and applications.
The cross product of the vectors v =
Lecture 2
(Text Section 12.3)
Dot Product
Several dierent products can be dened for vectors. In
the previous lecture we dened the product of a scalar with a
vector. We now dene a new product in which one vector is
multiplied by a second vector.
The dot pr
Lecture 1
(Text Sections 12.1 and 12.2)
Vectors
A vector is a directed line segment and it is represented
graphically as an arrow in space with the direction of the vector given by the direction of the arrow and the magnitude of
the vector given by the le