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CHEM 362: Physical Chemistry of Molecules

School: Indiana University Purdue University - Indianapolis

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Converting Various Units: Weight, Time, Height, and Volume
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This video focuses on unit conversions and the practical use of conversion factors to translate quantities between different units. It provides clear examples of converting 70 kilograms to pounds, translating 14 billion years into seconds, changing the height of a basketball player from feet and inches to meters, and converting cubic meters to liters, illustrating the importance of this skill in various scientific and everyday scenarios.

Heat Absorption: Lead Weight's Final Temperature
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Explore the process of heat absorption and discover how to calculate the final temperature of a lead fishing weight after absorbing a specific amount of heat.

Molecular Geometry & Polarity: Why CO? & CCl? Are Nonpolar Explained
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Uncover the intriguing relationship between molecular geometry and polarity in chemistry. Using CO? and CCl? as examples, learn how polar bonds can result in nonpolar molecules. Recognize the role of symmetry in determining molecular polarity.

Orthorhombic Unit Cell: Decoding Nickel Sulfate's Crystal Density
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The video offers an insightful look into the orthorhombic unit cell, a unique crystal lattice structure. By exploring nickel sulfate's unit cell and its specific dimensions, we determine both the number of formula units and the density of this crystalline structure.

Molecular Lewis Structures for CH?, CO?, H?Se, and NH?
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In this video, we demonstrate the creation of Lewis structures for methane, carbon dioxide, hydrogen selenide, and ammonia, highlighting the arrangement of atoms and bonds in each molecule. The video emphasizes the importance of Lewis structures in visualizing atomic bonding and the presence of lone electron pairs.

Using Avogadro's Number: Calculating Moles of Aluminum & Iron Atoms
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Learn how to determine the number of moles in a given set of atoms using Avogadro's number. This tutorial breaks down the calculation for Aluminum and Iron, simplifying the concept for better understanding.

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