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CHEM 3890: Honors Physical CHEM I

School: Cornell University

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Denver Pressure Conversion: Atmospheres mmHg psi & Pascals Explained
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Converting Denver's average pressure of 24.9 in. Hg into various units. This video provides clear steps to determine equivalents in millimeters of mercury atmospheres pounds per square inch and pascals. Understand the relationships and conversions between these common pressure units.

Diluting a 5.5 M KCl Solution to 0.100 M
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Learn the steps to make a 2.5 L of 0.100 M KCl solution from a 5.5 M stock solution in this easy-to-follow tutorial.

Comparing Viscosity: Why C5H11OH is 12x Thicker than C6H14 at 20°C
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Explore the intriguing contrast between Pentanol and Hexane's viscosity at 20 degrees Celsius. Uncover how molecular interactions influence a liquid's 'thickness' and discover why similar molecular weights can lead to vastly different substance properties

Breaking Down Mixtures: Finding Mass Percent of Sodium Compounds
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Uncover the method to determine mass percentages of Sodium Bromide and Sodium Sulfate in a mixture using the given Sodium content. Walk through a step-by-step calculation leveraging molar masses to derive the composition. Discover the resulting mass percentages: 23.85% for Sodium Bromide and 76.15% for Sodium Sulfate

Oxidizing & Reducing Agents: Electron Exchange Demystified
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Explore the world of oxidizing and reducing agents in chemistry. Gain a clear understanding of what they are and how they function without delving too deep into the subject matter.

Mass of Solutions: 12g Sucrose in 4.1%, 3.2%, & 12.5% Cases
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Determining the total mass of sucrose solutions at varying concentrations: 4.1% 3.2% and 12.5%. Learn step-by-step calculations to find solution masses containing 12 grams of sucrose. Results: ~292.68g ~375g and 96g for each concentration respectively.

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