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CHEM 1102: Introductory Chemistry II

School: Georgia State University

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 5

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Element Classification: Rep, Trans, Inner-Trans, Noble Gases
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We categorize elements into representative, transition, inner-transition, and noble gases based on their positions in the periodic table and general characteristics, without revealing specific element classifications.

Understanding Boiling Points: Ethylene Glycol, Alcohols & Ethers Expla
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This video offers insights into the properties and boiling points of different alcohols and ethers, including antifreeze agents like ethylene glycol. We also discuss how molecular structures and interactions impact boiling points, shedding light on key differences among related compounds.

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.

Moles of H in Samples: H?O, NH?, N?H?, C??H??
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Discover how to calculate the number of moles of hydrogen in different chemical samples, including H?O, NH?, N?H?, and C??H??.

Amino Acid Structural Formulas at Low pH
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Explore the protonation of amino acids, specifically valine and threonine, when subjected to a pH lower than their isoelectric points, highlighting the structural changes in their carboxyl and amino groups.

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.

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