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CHEM 231: CHEM 231

School: West Virginia University

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 2

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Ionic Character Comparison: Analyzing NaBr vs. HBr and BrCl vs. FCl
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Discover the analysis of ionic character in compounds based on electronegativity differences. Learn about the contrasts between NaBr vs. HBr and BrCl vs. FCl. Grasp why NaBr and FCl showcase greater ionic character than their paired compounds.

Strong Base Comparison: H?S?, CH?O?, CH?OH, Cl?, CH?COO?, CH?CHClCOO
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Explore the reactivity of different bases in this chemistry comparison. We'll analyze the strength of H?S?, CH?O?, CH?OH, Cl?, CH?COO?, and CH?CHClCOO? in various reactions.

Ionic vs. Molecular: Classifying Compounds & Metal Ion Varieties!
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Discover the art of classifying compounds as ionic or molecular based on bonding. Unravel the nuances between ionic and covalent bonds using electronegativity differences as a guide. Classify CoCl2 CF4 BaSO4 and NO with in-depth explanations and predict their properties.

Animal and Plant Energy Storage: Fats and Oils Explained
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This video delves into the fascinating world of energy storage in animals and plants, offering insights into why fats are the primary energy storage compound in animals (except muscles) and why plants opt for alternative strategies instead of using fats and oils.

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.

Determining the Equilibrium Constant: Initial & Final Concentrations
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Explore the method to determine the equilibrium constant for a reaction between iron III ions and thiocyanate ions. Learn to deduce equilibrium concentrations from initial values and reaction stoichiometry. Grasp the importance of the equilibrium constant value of 325.1 in assessing the reaction's favorability.

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