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CHEM 2090: Engineering General Chemistry

School: Cornell University

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Barium Chloride & Sodium Sulfate: Calculating BaSO? Yield
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Dive into the chemical reaction between Barium Chloride and Sodium Sulfate. Through step-by-step calculations, discover how to determine the resultant mass of Barium Sulfate. Conclude with a real-world example, highlighting the precise amount formed.

Utilizing Chemical Names and Symbols in Copper Cycle Analysis
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Explore the power of chemical names and symbols in deciphering copper compound formation at each step of the copper cycle, with an illustrative example.

STP Reactions: How Phosphorus & Oxygen Form P?O??
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Grasp the concept of Standard Temperature and Pressure (STP) and its significance in chemistry. Through a practical example, this video elucidates how phosphorus reacts with oxygen at STP to produce tetraphosphorus decaoxide. Comprehensive mole calculations and chemical equations simplify this intriguing chemical process.

The original sulfur quantity (tons) for 26M tons SO?
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Explore the environmental impact of sulfur dioxide production, revealing how 26 million tons of this compound conceal 13 million tons of sulfur. It delves into the chemistry of this transformation, converting atomic and molecular masses, providing valuable insights into emissions from activities like burning coal and auto exhaust."

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

Nickel(II) Nitrate Solution Composition Analysis
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In this analysis, we determine the composition of a solution prepared by dissolving 12.15g of nickel(II) nitrate in 175mL of water (density 1.00 g/mL). The mass percent of nickel(II) nitrate is found to be approximately 6.50%, and the mole fraction of nickel(II) ions in the solution is calculated as 0.00672.

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