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CHEM 1570: Introduction to Organic and Biological Chemistry

School: Cornell University

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 6

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Mole Fractions, Partial Pressures, and Total Pressure Calculation
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Explore the calculations for mole fractions, partial pressures, and total pressure in a 22.4 dm³ vessel with H? and N? at 273.15 K.

Quantitative vs Non-Quantitative: Precision in Scientific Observations
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Unpack the difference between quantitative and non-quantitative observations. Examples include a person's weight on the Moon and the depth a hand pump can reach. Learn why precise measurements are crucial in scientific studies.

Determining Base Concentration Using KHP: Indicator Choice Solution
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Discover how to choose the right indicator for a titration involving Potassium hydrogen phthalate (KHP) and a strong base. Grasp the calculations from molar mass to pH and understand why Thymolphthalein is the ideal choice for a change near pH 8.95.

CO?: Linear & Nonpolar with Temp Dipole Moments Explained!
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Uncover the nuances of the CO? molecule's polarity and its electron dynamics. Understand how bending and stretching motions influence its electron density. Grasp the analogy of CO? to a jumping rope, highlighting its overall nonpolar nature.

Chromium Oxides: Acidity Comparison in Water
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Compare the acidity of chromium trioxide (CrO?) and chromium (II) oxide (CrO) in water. Chromium trioxide forms strong chromic acid increasing hydronium ions, while chromium (II) oxide has weaker oxidizing properties, resulting in a less acidic solution.

Oxidizing & Reducing Agents: Electron Exchange Demystified
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Explore the world of oxidizing and reducing agents in chemistry. Gain a clear understanding of what they are and how they function without delving too deep into the subject matter.

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