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CHEM 1125Q: Fundamentals of General Chemistry

School: University of Connecticut

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 5

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Determining Formula Mass: Step-by-Step Approach Using Atomic Masses
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Discover the method to determine the formula mass for various compounds. Learn about the importance of atomic masses and their role in compounds like Aluminium sulfate, Diphosphorus Trioxide, and more. Understand the step-by-step approach to accurately calculate molecular weights.

Dimethylamine vs. Trimethylamine: Structures & Boiling Points
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Uncover the science behind boiling points and molecular interactions in this video. Explore why Dimethylamine boils at a higher temperature than Trimethylamine, despite having a lower molecular weight, and gain insights into the role of molecular structures in determining physical properties.

Chromium & Oxygen: Limiting Reactants & Chromium(III) Oxide Formation
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Unravel the reaction of chromium and oxygen forming chromium(III) oxide. Examine different scenarios to determine the limiting reactant using stoichiometric ratios. Understand how to predict product amounts through these calculations.

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Mass of Fluorine in 24.6g SnF? Toothpaste: A Breakdown
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Tin(II) Fluoride in Toothpaste: Dive into the chemistry of Tin(II) Fluoride commonly used in toothpaste to prevent tooth decay. Understand molar mass calculations stoichiometry and determine the fluoride content in a given compound

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.

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