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CHEM 1311: General Chemistry I

School: University of Texas at Dallas

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 4

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Electron Configurations: Zn Cu Zr & Fe Transition Metals Explained!
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Unravel electron configurations for transition metals including zinc copper zirconium and iron. Understand how atomic number influences electron arrangement based on the Pauli exclusion principle Hund's rule and the Aufbau principle. Decode the configurations of each metal with clarity.

Understanding Barometers: How Do They Measure Pressure?
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Join us in this enlightening video as we delve into the inner workings of barometers. Discover how these essential weather instruments operate, using a column of mercury to measure pressure. We'll explore the principles behind this ingenious device and help you understand the science behind pressure measurement. Whether you're a weather enthusiast or a science lover, this video will provide valuable insights into the fascinating world of barometers.

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Calculating Vapor Pressure & Its Lowering: Urea in Water at 35°C
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Explore the intriguing process of determining the vapor pressure of a urea-water solution at 35°C. Using Raoult's law we'll calculate the mole fraction of water and urea leading to the solution's vapor pressure. Learn how the solution's composition affects vapor-pressure lowering

Hypothesis to Theory: The Evolution of Scientific Understanding
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Delve into the journey of scientific ideas as we discuss how a hypothesis can evolve into a theory, and whether a theory can ever become a law. Uncover the distinctions and connections between these fundamental elements of scientific understanding in this illuminating video.

What makes bubbles when water boils?
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When water boils, bubbles rise to the surface, but what's in these bubbles? Let's evaluate the options. Option d, water vapor, is correct; the bubbles during boiling are primarily composed of water vapor, the gaseous state of water.

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