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CHEM 1101: CHEM 1101

School: Georgia State University

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Comparing Viscosity: Why C5H11OH is 12x Thicker than C6H14 at 20°C
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Explore the intriguing contrast between Pentanol and Hexane's viscosity at 20 degrees Celsius. Uncover how molecular interactions influence a liquid's 'thickness' and discover why similar molecular weights can lead to vastly different substance properties

Hypothesis to Theory: The Evolution of Scientific Understanding
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Delve into the journey of scientific ideas as we discuss how a hypothesis can evolve into a theory, and whether a theory can ever become a law. Uncover the distinctions and connections between these fundamental elements of scientific understanding in this illuminating video.

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.

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

SN2 Rate: Doubling NaOH & 1-Bromopropane Effects
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"Explore how altering concentrations and volume impacts the rate of an SN2 reaction between 1-bromopropane and sodium hydroxide. Learn the rate equation that describes this reaction and see real examples of how rate changes with concentration and volume adjustments

Do Rusting and Burning Violate Conservation of Mass?
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This video explores the processes of rusting in iron and burning a match, addressing whether the observed changes in mass violate the law of conservation of mass, and explains how these processes align with the law.

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