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CH 131: General Chemistry 1

School: University of South Alabama

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 2

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0.800g Match to SO?: Volume Calculation at 725 Torr & 32°C!
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Detailed walkthrough of calculating sulfur dioxide gas volume produced from burning tetraphosphorus trisulfide. Utilizes stoichiometry and the Ideal Gas Law to derive results under specific conditions. Step-by-step guide for understanding chemical reactions and gas volume calculations

Classifying Substances: From Pure Elements to Mixtures Explained
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Classify substances into various categories: element compound homogeneous mixture and heterogeneous mixture. This video breaks down the fundamental distinctions between pure substances and mixtures illustrating with real-world examples like urine pure water a Snickers™ bar and soil. A concise guide for understanding the essence of material classification in chemistry.

Connecting Volume & Moles: A Deep Look at Gas Stoichiometry & Ideal Ga
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Understand gas stoichiometry by exploring the Ideal Gas Law, which integrates key laws like Gay-Lussac's, Charles's, Avogadro's, and Boyle's. Discover how this equation helps determine relationships between gas volumes and moles in reactions.

Comparing O-O Bond Lengths: Hydrogen Peroxide vs. Oxygen Molecule
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Explore the intricacies of hydrogen peroxide's Lewis structure and its bond characteristics. Understand the differences in bond lengths between H?O? and O?. Delve into the distinction between single and double bonds and their implications.

Physical vs. Chemical: Chlorine Reactions & Magnetism
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Explore the differences between physical and chemical properties in substances. Learn some fundamentals of chemistry and understand how substances interact and change.

Mole Fractions, Partial Pressures, and Total Pressure Calculation
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Explore the calculations for mole fractions, partial pressures, and total pressure in a 22.4 dm³ vessel with H? and N? at 273.15 K.

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