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CHM 41174: General Chemistry II

School: Missouri State University

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The mass of a sugar crystal with 1.8 × 10¹? sucrose molecules
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This video guides you through calculating the theoretical yield of a product in moles for a given chemical reaction by identifying the limiting reactant. It explains how to determine the limiting reactant for different quantities of reactants and then calculates the corresponding moles of the product, ensuring an accurate theoretical yield estimation.

The Remarkable Conservation of Peptidyl Transferase: Drawing Conclusio
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Join us as we explore the fascinating world of peptidyl transferase, one of the most conserved sequences in biology. In this video, we delve into the implications and draw intriguing conclusions from its exceptional conservation across species.

Chips Nutritional Energy and Body Fat Conversion
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Discover how to calculate the nutritional energy in a bag of chips, and learn the science behind converting excess energy into body fat.

Identifying Fundamental Units in Rb?O, N?, Fe(NO?)?, and N?F?
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In this exploration, we delve into the fundamental units of various substances, whether they are single atoms, molecules, or formula units. We examine ionic compounds like Rb?O and Fe(NO?)?, characterized by formula units as their basic components, and covalent compounds like N? and N?F?, where molecules are the fundamental units.

Reversible Enzyme Inhibition: Good or Bad? Exploring Implications
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Delve into the complex world of enzymes and explore the implications of their reversible inhibition, shedding light on whether it's advantageous or detrimental to biological processes."

CS?, SO?, CH?, & CH?Cl: Are They Polar or Nonpolar Molecules?
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Explore the polarity of Carbon disulfide, Sulfur dioxide, Methane, and Chloromethane. Learn how molecular shape influences electron distribution. Understand which molecules possess a net dipole moment and which ones don't.

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