# BCBP 4870: BCBP 4870

### School: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 1

### Videos

##### Calculate oxygen molar concentration in water at 25°C with a partial p

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This video explores molar concentration (molarity) and demonstrates the calculation of oxygen's molar concentration in water at 25°C, considering a partial pressure of 0.22 atm by employing Henry's Law and the given Henry's Law constant for oxygen, revealing that under these conditions, there are 2.86 x 10?? moles of oxygen per liter of water, highlighting the significance of understanding these concepts for managing gas dissolution in liquids across varying circumstances.

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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

##### Converting Moles to Grams: Aluminum & Chlorine Atomic Mass Breakdown

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"Explore the intricate world of atomic masses using aluminum and chlorine as examples. Understand the concept of 'mole' and its relevance in chemistry. Learn to calculate masses of moles for elements based on atomic weights.

##### What are the ground-state electron configurations of Ge, Fe, Zn, Ni, W

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This video provides ground-state electron configurations for various elements, including germanium, iron, zinc, nickel, tungsten, and thallium, based on their atomic numbers.

##### Homogeneous vs Heterogeneous Mixtures: Examples & Classification Expla

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Explore the distinction between homogeneous and heterogeneous mixtures. Through real-world examples like baby oil, chocolate chip cookies, and wine, understand their uniformity, phases, and how components are distributed.