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BCBP 1200: Chemistry II

School: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 26

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Mastering Molar Mass: Calculations for Key Chemical Compounds
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Discover how to calculate the molar mass of various chemical compounds, including Mercury(I) chloride, Calcium sulfate dihydrate, Chlorine pentoxide, and Sodium hydrogen sulfate. Learn the step-by-step process and atomic mass calculations for accurate results.

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.

Boyle's Law Explained: From Compression to Pressure Calculation
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Learn the intricacies of Boyle's Law through an example involving isothermal compression of a perfect gas. Watch as we calculate the original pressure using the change in volume and final conditions. This tutorial simplifies complex gas laws for easy comprehension.

Where in the cell does fatty acid catabolism take place?
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This video explores the process of fatty acid catabolism, highlighting its occurrence in the mitochondria, the crucial role of mitochondria in energy generation, and the metabolic reactions involved without revealing specific details or conclusions.

Ethylene Glycol: Mass and Volume Calculations
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Explore how to calculate the mass and volume of ethylene glycol, a common antifreeze, using its density. Understand the essentials of density-related calculations.

Calculating Vapor Pressure & Its Lowering: Urea in Water at 35°C
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Explore the intriguing process of determining the vapor pressure of a urea-water solution at 35°C. Using Raoult's law we'll calculate the mole fraction of water and urea leading to the solution's vapor pressure. Learn how the solution's composition affects vapor-pressure lowering

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