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CHEM 111: Principles of Chemistry I

School: Georgia State University

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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.

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Drawing Lewis Structures for Potassium, Barium, Aluminum, and Bromine
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We explore Lewis structures, which depict atom bonding and lone electron pairs. We create Lewis structures for potassium, barium, aluminum, and bromine by using group numbers in the periodic table to determine their valence electrons.

Intermolecular Forces: Comparing Properties of Key Chemical Compounds
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Discover the effects of intermolecular forces on the boiling point, freezing point, and vapor pressure of various compounds. Learn how hydrogen bonding, ionic bonding, and London dispersion forces influence these properties in different groups of molecules.

Electrons in outer shell of: Potassium, Calcium, Aluminum
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This video explains the importance of the number of valence electrons in an element's chemical behavior and demonstrates how to determine the valence electrons for potassium, calcium, and aluminum based on their positions in the periodic table. Valence electrons dictate an element's reactivity with other elements, making this knowledge essential for understanding chemical reactions.

Calculating Ksp for Ca3(PO4)2 at 25°C: Step-by-Step Guide
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Unravel the concepts of 'Molar Solubility' and 'Solubility Product' to gauge salt solubility. Explore how Calcium Phosphate dissociates in solutions and calculate its unique Ksp value.

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