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CHEM 110: Introduction to Chemistry

School: West Virginia University

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 16

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Calculating the Mass of a Sucrose Crystal: A Chemistry Insight
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Explore the fascinating world of chemistry as we calculate the mass of a sugar crystal with 1.8 x 10¹? molecules of sucrose. Using the concept of a mole and Avogadro's number, discover how to convert molecular numbers to milligrams. Grasp foundational principles in a clear, engaging format.

Molar Mass Calculation: Sr(OH)2 N2O3 NaClO3 Cr2O3 Explained!
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In this chemistry tutorial learn how to calculate the molar mass of various compounds using atomic masses from the periodic table. Discover the molar mass for compounds such as Strontium Hydroxide Dinitrogen Trioxide Sodium Chlorate and Chromium(III) Oxide. A concise guide to understanding molar masses and their real-world applications.

STP Reactions: How Phosphorus & Oxygen Form P?O??
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Grasp the concept of Standard Temperature and Pressure (STP) and its significance in chemistry. Through a practical example, this video elucidates how phosphorus reacts with oxygen at STP to produce tetraphosphorus decaoxide. Comprehensive mole calculations and chemical equations simplify this intriguing chemical process.

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

Mastering Mass, Moles, Formula Units & Atoms
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Discover how to precisely calculate mass, moles, formula units, and atoms in various compounds. Understand the concept with examples like chromium(III) sulfate decahydrate, dichlorine heptoxide, and lithium sulfate. Master chemistry calculations through a step-by-step guide.

Mass of Solutions: 12g Sucrose in 4.1%, 3.2%, & 12.5% Cases
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Determining the total mass of sucrose solutions at varying concentrations: 4.1% 3.2% and 12.5%. Learn step-by-step calculations to find solution masses containing 12 grams of sucrose. Results: ~292.68g ~375g and 96g for each concentration respectively.

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