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CHEM 1312: General Chemistry II

School: University of Texas at Dallas

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 41

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Reactions of Isopentyl Bromide with Various Reagents
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Explore the fascinating reactions of isopentyl bromide with a variety of reagents and uncover the expected products in each scenario.

Balancing Equations: From Lead Sulfide to Ammonia Reactions
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This video shows you how to balance equations from the reaction of lead(II) sulfide with hydrochloric acid to ammonia's interaction with oxygen. Understand the nuances of atom balancing and grasp the precise stoichiometric relationships.

Denver Pressure Conversion: Atmospheres mmHg psi & Pascals Explained
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Converting Denver's average pressure of 24.9 in. Hg into various units. This video provides clear steps to determine equivalents in millimeters of mercury atmospheres pounds per square inch and pascals. Understand the relationships and conversions between these common pressure units.

Converting Moles to Grams: Aluminum & Chlorine Atomic Mass Breakdown
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"Explore the intricate world of atomic masses using aluminum and chlorine as examples. Understand the concept of 'mole' and its relevance in chemistry. Learn to calculate masses of moles for elements based on atomic weights.

Calculating the Mass Percent Composition of Chloroform (CHCl?)
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In this video, we delve into the concept of percent composition by mass, exemplified through the compound chloroform (CHCl?), which was once employed as an inhalation anesthetic despite its associated toxicity. By calculating the percent composition for each element within the compound, we gain valuable insights into its composition and its potential effects on health and properties.

Understanding Polar & Nonpolar Molecules: From Diazene to Nitrogen Dio
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Explore the properties of various molecules like diazene, hydrogen peroxide, and carbon tetrafluoride. Understand the influence of molecular shape and electronegativity on polarity. Discover why some are polar while others are nonpolar based on their structure.

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