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  • 6 Pages Lab Essays
    Lab Essays

    School: Rochester High School

    Course: CHEMISTRY AP Chemist

    Review for AP Exam – Lab Essays. Describe a procedure including equipment, measurements, and calculations needed to determine the rate law for the following reaction. S 2 O 3 2- + 2 H 3 O + à S + SO 2 + 3 H 2 O. You are given a 0.15 M solution o...

  • 5 Pages he Synthesis and Analysis of Aspirin
    he Synthesis and Analysis of Aspirin

    School: South County Secondary

    Course: CHEMISTRY AP Chemist

    Jasdev SinghJames Lanigan, Sumin Han, Adela MahmutovicThe Synthesis and Analysis of Aspirin:May 18th, 20th & 24th, 2010Objectives: To synthesize a sample of acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin); To calculate the percentyield of the synthesis; To mea...

  • 1 Page eparation and Qualitative Analysis of Cations and Anions
    eparation and Qualitative Analysis of Cations and Anions

    School: South County Secondary

    Course: CHEMISTRY AP Chemist

    Jasdev Singh. Period 1 – AP Chemistry. Separation and Qualitative Analysis of Cations and Anions: Qual Scheme Part I: Cations. Unknown A added to left tube. Potassium chromate (1M) added to left tube. Left tube emptied. Unknown A added to left tu...

  • 5 Pages 4 - A problem in diastereoselectivity
    4 - A problem in diastereoselectivity

    School: Rochester High School

    Course: CHEMISTRY AP Chemist

    A Problem in DiastereoselectivityPurpose:The purpose of this experiment is to determine the stereochemical outcome of a reaction wheretwo compounds with different chiral centers form a diastereomer.Table of Reagents:ReagentsBenzoinEthanolSodium bo.

  • 20 Pages equations_notes_and_practice
    equations_notes_and_practice

    School: Livingston Sr High

    Course: SCIENCE AP Chemist

    AP Chemistry Writing Chemical Reactions Generally students do poorly on the section of the AP exam that deals with writing net-ionic reactions. The format of these questions changed beginning with the exam in May of 2007 and a somewhat different a...

  • 2 Pages Chapter 10 Outline
    Chapter 10 Outline

    School: Pelham Memorial High School

    Course: CHEMISTRY AP Chem

    Omar Gouda AP Chem. Chapter 10 Outline. 10.1 ~ Intermolecular Forces. Intermolecular forces are those in between individual molecules that are a large factor in dictating phase based on their strength, with there being the strongest forces between...

  • 2 Pages Chapter 11 Outline
    Chapter 11 Outline

    School: Pelham Memorial High School

    Course: CHEMISTRY AP Chem

    Omar Gouda AP Chem. Chapter 11 Outline ~ Properties of Solutions. 11.1 ~ Solution Composition. How dilutes or concentrated a solution is can be measured either in terms of molarity (moles of solute per liter of solution), mass percent (the percent...

  • 2 Pages Ideal Gas Law Lab
    Ideal Gas Law Lab

    School: Pelham Memorial High School

    Course: CHEMISTRY AP Chem

    Omar GoudaChemIdeal Gas Law and Gas Constant Lab Report* Introduction: Of the three standard states of matter, solids, liquids and gases, gases are themost entropic and difficult to generalize. In order to better understand the patterns of behavio...

  • 2 Pages Thermochemistry Lab Report
    Thermochemistry Lab Report

    School: Pelham Memorial High School

    Course: CHEMISTRY AP Chem

    Omar Gouda AP Chem. Thermochemistry Lab Report. Abstract: In regards to the formation of solutions, energy is dynamic and will be either emitted or absorbed when a solute and solvent combine. Exactly how dramatic the change in temperature that occ...

  • 2 Pages Significant Figures
    Significant Figures

    School: Cherokee High School, Marlton

    Course: CHEMISTRY AP CHEMIST

    AP CHEM. Significant Figures (sig. figs). Rules: All non-zero #'s are significant; Some zeros are significant; others are place holders; Sig Figs; Only measurements have sig figs. Counted numbers are exact; A dozen is exactly 12; A a piece of ...

  • 1 Page Determining Molecular Formulas
    Determining Molecular Formulas

    School: York High

    Course: CHEMISTRY AP CHEM

    Determining Molecular Formulas1) Determine the empirical formula for the given data, OR use the given empirical formula2) Calculate the molar mass of the empirical formula from step 1)3) Use the formula:the supplied molar mass of the (actual or tr...

  • 16 Pages Aufbau Building Up Principle Slides and Notes
    Aufbau Building Up Principle Slides and Notes

    School: Johns Hopkins University

    Course: CHEM 102

    The Aufbau (“Building Up”) Principle and Electron Configurations Determining electronic structure of ground states of atoms: Arrange Hartree orbitals in order of increasing energy and fill with electrons. Two important rules: ...

  • 6 Pages Chemistry 2 Syllabus
    Chemistry 2 Syllabus

    School: Johns Hopkins University

    Course: CHEMISTRY 2

    Page 1 of 6 030.102 INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY II, SECTION 1 SPRING 2014 Instructor Prof. ... Required Materials for the Course • Text: Principles of Modern Chemistry, 7th edition, DW Oxtoby, HP Gillis, and A, Campion. ...

  • 17 Pages All Labs and Experiment Answers
    All Labs and Experiment Answers

    School: Johns Hopkins University

    Course: CHEM 102

    -‐4 -‐3 -‐2 -‐1 0 1 2 3 ln (K sp ) 1/T (K-‐1) ln(K sp ) as a Function of 1/T for Borax Solution Slope Y-‐Intercept -‐13400 43 Standard Deviation (+/-‐ 1400 4 Experiment 2 – Post Lab Error Analysis ...

  • 1 Page Periodic Table
    Periodic Table

    School: California Baptist University

    Course: CHE 115-C

    Periodic Table 1 H 1.008 2 He 4.003 3 Li 6.941 4 Be 9.012 10 Ne 20.18 9 F 19.00 8 O 16.00 7 N 14.01 6 C 12.01 5 B 10.81 11 Na 22.99 ...

  • 10 Pages CHE115_Lecture_28_Notes_Molecular orbital (MO) theory
    CHE115_Lecture_28_Notes_Molecular orbital (MO) theory

    School: California Baptist University

    Course: CHE 115

    11/7/2013 1 Lecture 28 • Molecular orbital (MO) theory Molecular orbital (MO) theory • MO theory is the most widely ...