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CHEM 116: Fundamentals of Chemistry

School: West Virginia University

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 20

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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.

Why is it necessary that protein molecules be enormous?
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This discussion explores the importance of the size of protein molecules, highlighting their three-dimensional structures, diverse functions, and the role of large size in enabling structural motifs, functional regions, and stability without revealing specific examples or findings.

Determining Mass Percent Concentration of Solutions
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This instructional video demonstrates the process of calculating the mass percent of various solutions, using the formula "mass of solute divided by mass of solution, all multiplied by 100%." It provides step-by-step calculations for three different solutions, revealing the concentration of each solute in terms of mass percent, offering a practical understanding of quantifying solute proportions in solutions.

Deriving the Perfect Gas Equation from Gas Laws
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Learn how the ideal gas equation is derived from Boyle's law, Charles’ law, and Avogadro's principle, unraveling the fundamentals of gas behavior.

Chemical Formulas: CaI?, N?O?, SiO?, ZnCl? for Atom Ratios
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Unlock the world of chemical formulas and their atom ratios. Learn to write compounds like CaI?, N?O?, SiO?, and ZnCl? in this chemistry tutorial.

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