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CH 132: General Chemistry 132

School: University of South Alabama

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Drawing Lewis Structures for Potassium, Barium, Aluminum, and Bromine
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We explore Lewis structures, which depict atom bonding and lone electron pairs. We create Lewis structures for potassium, barium, aluminum, and bromine by using group numbers in the periodic table to determine their valence electrons.

Identifying Redox Reactions & Agents: Four Chemistry Examples
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Explore oxidation and reduction processes across four chemical reactions differentiating between acid-base and redox activities. Highlighting key substances and their roles in each reaction.

Understanding STP: Calculating Gas Volumes at 0°C and 1 ATM
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Discover the fundamental concept of Standard Temperature and Pressure (STP) and its relevance in determining the volume of different gases. Learn to calculate gas volumes at STP using real-life examples of Chlorine, Nitrogen, Helium, and Methane. Grasp essential chemistry concepts seamlessly with practical demonstrations.

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.

Endothermic Rxn: Ba(OH)2·8H2O & NH4NO3 Heat Dynamics
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Explore the endothermic reaction between Ba(OH)2·8H2O and NH4NO3 observing its impact on surroundings like the freezing water. Discover why touching the beaker feels cold and learn about heat transfer in such chemical reactions. This video is an insightful demonstration of heat absorption in chemical reactions.

Balancing the Photosynthesis Equation: CO?, H?O to Glucose & O?
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Discover the balanced chemical equation for photosynthesis, where CO? and H?O produce glucose and O?. Uncover the step-by-step breakdown of the equation, ensuring atom balance. Grasp a clear understanding of this vital process in plant biology.

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