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CHEM 1152: Chemistry

School: Georgia State University

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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.

Ethane Hydrazine or Fluoromethane: Which is Liquid at Room Temp?
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Explore the states of ethane hydrazine and fluoromethane at room temperature by understanding intermolecular forces. Learn about nonpolar molecules dipole-dipole interactions and the powerful influence of hydrogen bonding. Discover why hydrazine stands out as most likely to be a liquid in everyday conditions.

Breaking Down Mixtures: Finding Mass Percent of Sodium Compounds
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Uncover the method to determine mass percentages of Sodium Bromide and Sodium Sulfate in a mixture using the given Sodium content. Walk through a step-by-step calculation leveraging molar masses to derive the composition. Discover the resulting mass percentages: 23.85% for Sodium Bromide and 76.15% for Sodium Sulfate

Determining Neutrons from Atomic & Mass Numbers: A Comprehensive Guide
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Understand the relationship between atomic number, mass number, and neutrons within atoms. This video breaks down the simple calculation to determine the number of neutrons for specific elements like Nickel, Uranium, Scandium, and Argon.

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Mass Calc: C?F, MgF?, CS? & SO? Explained
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Master the conversion of moles to grams with clear step-by-step guidance. Explore specific calculations for substances like carbon tetrafluoride and magnesium fluoride. Grasp the nuances of handling different units like millimoles and kilomoles in the context of substances such as carbon disulfide and sulfur trioxide

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