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Stuffs on Moles conversions, Forming and Naming Chemical Compounds, and Laws on Pressure and Temperature

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Stuffs on Moles conversions, Forming and Naming Chemical Compounds, and Laws on Pressure and Temperature Chem 1211k 025

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Kenny Fenelon
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Principles of Chemistry I
Dr.Tracy Kerr

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These are hand-outs that will be useful to interpret the work done in class, such as Figuring the shapes of compounds, naming chemical compounds, Moles conversions, and formulas to understand press...
Principles of Chemistry I
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