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CHM 352: Biochemistry

School: Missouri State University

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 3

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Do Rusting and Burning Violate Conservation of Mass?
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This video explores the processes of rusting in iron and burning a match, addressing whether the observed changes in mass violate the law of conservation of mass, and explains how these processes align with the law.

Challenges in Studying Mitochondrial Respiratory Complexes
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Explore the complex challenges scientists face when attempting to extract respiratory complexes from the inner mitochondrial membrane for an in-depth study of their properties and functions."

Theoretical Yield of TiCl? for Various Reactant Quantities
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Explore how to calculate the theoretical yield of TiCl? in moles based on different initial quantities of reactants in the chemical equation Ti + 2 Cl? ? TiCl?.

Decoding Compound Names: What's HNO2(aq) Called in Chemistry
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Discover the process of naming acids based on their anions and oxidation states. This video breaks down the correct naming of HNO2(aq) by distinguishing its anion and determining its place in the world of mineral acids.

Ethylene Glycol: Mass and Volume Calculations
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Explore how to calculate the mass and volume of ethylene glycol, a common antifreeze, using its density. Understand the essentials of density-related calculations.

Counting Oxygen Atoms in Various Molecular Sets
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Discover the simple yet essential method for counting the number of oxygen atoms in different molecular sets, including molecules and ions.

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