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CHEM 3530: Principles of Organic Chemistry

School: Cornell University

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Determining Moles of Released Ions in Dissolution Reactions
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When an ionic compound dissolves in water, it undergoes dissociation into its constituent ions. The total moles of ions released is determined by adding up the moles of each ion generated during this dissociation process. In the case of (a) disodium hydrogen phosphate (Na?HPO?), it dissociates into two sodium ions and one hydrogen phosphate ion. For (b) copper(II) sulfate pentahydrate (CuSO? · 5H?O), it dissociates into one copper ion and one sulfate ion. In (c), nickel(II) chloride (NiCl?) diss

Calculating Percent Composition: Using Molecular Formulas & Atomic Mas
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Understand the process of calculating percent composition using the molecular formula. Grasp the methodology with compounds like C2H4O2, CH2O2, and more. Discover how atomic masses influence the mass percent of elements in various compounds.

Rutherford's Gold Foil: The Pivot to the Modern Nuclear Atom Model
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Discover Rutherford's pivotal Gold Foil Experiment and its impact on atomic theory. Unveil the discrepancies with the Plum Pudding Model. Grasp the birth of the nuclear atom model through unexpected alpha particle deflections.

Density Explained: Calculating the Density of an Osmium Cube
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In this tutorial, we break down the principle of density, illustrating it as a measure of mass per unit volume. Using an osmium cube as a practical example, we walk viewers through the steps of computing its density, demonstrating the interplay between mass, volume, and particle arrangement.

Understanding Reaction Rate Decrease Over Time
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This explanation delves into the phenomenon where the reaction rate decreases over time due to the decrease in reactant concentration, resulting in fewer successful collisions and reactions, without revealing specific examples or findings.

Physical vs Chemical Changes: Understanding Reactions & Transformation
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Discover the differences between physical and chemical changes using common examples. Understand how sugar reacts in various scenarios, and how metals undergo changes, either maintaining their substance or forming new compounds.

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